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(Contact Music)   Ted Danson went to a morgue, saw an autopsy, and it freaked him out   (contactmusic.com) divider line 25
    More: Amusing, Ted Danson, Change My Life, Good Lord, Woody Harrelson, George Wendt, method acting  
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2014-02-06 12:23:01 PM
Some times you wanna go
where everybody sees your brain...
 
2014-02-06 12:26:59 PM
Wait, wasn't he nailing Whoopi Goldberg back in the 90s?

I would have thought that would have desensitized him.
 
2014-02-06 12:44:22 PM
As long as he didn't take a selfie.
 
2014-02-06 12:46:57 PM
I like his wife
 
2014-02-06 12:47:24 PM
Did it freak him out anymore than taking shrooms with Woody Harrelson did?
 
2014-02-06 12:49:40 PM
The trip story sounds more plausible than the autopsy story. Also, "Norm" was the Ron Swanson of Cheers. That is all.
 
2014-02-06 12:50:56 PM
Yeah, I used to have Biology right before lunch. And this was back in the day when we still did actual dissections. I could cut up a frog and go eat a good lunch. Later on, I had a job at a custom photo lab where we did all kinds of slide duplication showing dismembered bodies, diseased organs, open brain pans. Same thing. Someone even blew up a pic of a cut open skull with the brain exposed. I could stare at that one while I ate spaghetti.

In other words, I'd LOVE to go see something like this. The smell might get me, I'm not always good with smells, but visually I'd have no issues.
 
2014-02-06 12:52:29 PM
Danson has been in a divulging mood of late. He also revealed the myth surrounding he and Woody Harrelson's mushroom trip is 100% true.
"We were in the harbour, I hadn't had any breakfast, I have the munchies and Woody says, 'Have you ever tried mushrooms?' explained Danson. "I have a free day, I'm on a boat... I will be called upon by nobody, I'm not responsible for anything today. How wonderful... I ate way more than my share and for the next three hours I died," he added.
"I would forget to breathe and George Wendt, who's so bored that I'd done this... would look at me and go, 'BREATHE!'" You'll remember George for playing Norm in the pub where everybody knows your name.


Yeah, that sentence was completely unnecessary. Seems tacked on by some moronic editor...
 
2014-02-06 12:59:54 PM
This is what passes for a headline these days?
 
2014-02-06 01:00:33 PM
Did not RTFA.  Why did he go to the morgue?  To visit Kirstie Alley's latest diet?
 
2014-02-06 01:20:05 PM
Unlike Sean Penn, who thought it was gnarly.
 
2014-02-06 01:20:23 PM
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One of my favorite shows.   It was muuuuurrrrrrder.....
 
2014-02-06 01:47:34 PM
Then he ought to see a cremation in progress.
 
2014-02-06 02:04:06 PM
Of course Woody Harrelson is handing out shrooms.
 
2014-02-06 02:27:37 PM
(funny Woody from Psych joke goes here)

/got nuthin'...
 
2014-02-06 02:37:31 PM
Seeing a corpse for the first time (not all dolled up in a casket) can be rather intense.  Witnessing somebody die is a real life changer though.
 
2014-02-06 02:48:17 PM
So, 6 more weeks of winter then?
 
2014-02-06 02:51:20 PM
I hear he has a nice plane.
 
2014-02-06 03:36:45 PM

Mikey1969: Yeah, I used to have Biology right before lunch. And this was back in the day when we still did actual dissections. I could cut up a frog and go eat a good lunch. Later on, I had a job at a custom photo lab where we did all kinds of slide duplication showing dismembered bodies, diseased organs, open brain pans. Same thing. Someone even blew up a pic of a cut open skull with the brain exposed. I could stare at that one while I ate spaghetti.

In other words, I'd LOVE to go see something like this. The smell might get me, I'm not always good with smells, but visually I'd have no issues.


Stinkers are kept in the decomp room; they're kept apart from the regulars.

Once you've seen one post, you've seen them all, except for the conditions of the body. I've seen over 500.

The posts on children are the hardest to view. Especially the infants.

If Danson gets hinky about that, he should try watching someone die a violent death by their own hand.

/let me tell you about my internship
//and my former job
 
2014-02-06 03:51:23 PM

sovietski: Mikey1969: Yeah, I used to have Biology right before lunch. And this was back in the day when we still did actual dissections. I could cut up a frog and go eat a good lunch. Later on, I had a job at a custom photo lab where we did all kinds of slide duplication showing dismembered bodies, diseased organs, open brain pans. Same thing. Someone even blew up a pic of a cut open skull with the brain exposed. I could stare at that one while I ate spaghetti.

In other words, I'd LOVE to go see something like this. The smell might get me, I'm not always good with smells, but visually I'd have no issues.

Stinkers are kept in the decomp room; they're kept apart from the regulars.

Once you've seen one post, you've seen them all, except for the conditions of the body. I've seen over 500.

The posts on children are the hardest to view. Especially the infants.

If Danson gets hinky about that, he should try watching someone die a violent death by their own hand.

/let me tell you about my internship
//and my former job


Yeah, a kid would be a different story, I'd just think about my daughter, who is my prime reason for living. I'd worry about someone without a kid, some kid without a brother/sister/cousin/best friend because of this. I probably couldn't handle seeing a kid like that. an adult would still be cool.

LOL, "Stinkers".

www.jokelibrary.net
 
2014-02-06 04:23:27 PM

Mikey1969: sovietski: Mikey1969: Yeah, I used to have Biology right before lunch. And this was back in the day when we still did actual dissections. I could cut up a frog and go eat a good lunch. Later on, I had a job at a custom photo lab where we did all kinds of slide duplication showing dismembered bodies, diseased organs, open brain pans. Same thing. Someone even blew up a pic of a cut open skull with the brain exposed. I could stare at that one while I ate spaghetti.

In other words, I'd LOVE to go see something like this. The smell might get me, I'm not always good with smells, but visually I'd have no issues.

Stinkers are kept in the decomp room; they're kept apart from the regulars.

Once you've seen one post, you've seen them all, except for the conditions of the body. I've seen over 500.

The posts on children are the hardest to view. Especially the infants.

If Danson gets hinky about that, he should try watching someone die a violent death by their own hand.

/let me tell you about my internship
//and my former job

Yeah, a kid would be a different story, I'd just think about my daughter, who is my prime reason for living. I'd worry about someone without a kid, some kid without a brother/sister/cousin/best friend because of this. I probably couldn't handle seeing a kid like that. an adult would still be cool.

LOL, "Stinkers".


I saw one, guy was in perfect health except for the fact that he was, well, dead.

It went like this:
Me: "[Morgue Tech's name]. WTF?"
MT: "Traffic accident."
Me: "No way."
MT: "Way. Check his xrays."
Me: *gets packet, loads xray of lower extremities* "Jesus Christ on a pogo stick!!!!!"

I looked at the xray of his pelvis. His pubic symphysis, where LT and RT pubic bones join, was split right down the middle. Poor bastard bled to death.

Not CSS: Seeing a guy you went to high school with on the table. Sucked.

/I have lots of stories
 
2014-02-06 05:00:45 PM
Ted Danson's on CSI?

CSI is still on the air?
 
2014-02-06 06:32:23 PM
I ate way more [mushrooms] than my share and for the next three hours I died," [Danson] added.

3 hours? Try TWELVE HOURS.

/and I wouldn't describe it as 'dying,' it was a very beautiful experience
 
2014-02-06 06:55:11 PM
I thought I could handle an autopsy. I work with blood and body parts on a daily basis. Then I watched the free autopsy video on YouTube and I stopped half way through. It was too much. The things that they do to the head and face are just too much for me.
 
2014-02-07 10:44:51 AM

4seasons85!: I thought I could handle an autopsy. I work with blood and body parts on a daily basis. Then I watched the free autopsy video on YouTube and I stopped half way through. It was too much. The things that they do to the head and face are just too much for me.


There's a YouTube autopsy they charge for?
 
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