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(CNN)   What the HELL has happened to Doogie Howser? (with shocking pic)   ( divider line
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182492 clicks; posted to Main » and Entertainment » on 05 Mar 2003 at 9:36 AM (19 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2003-03-05 8:48:49 AM  
I can take the severed head pictures that have been making the totalfark rounds, but that picture of doogie is gonna give me nightmares for weeks.
2003-03-05 8:59:15 AM  
Oh my has Doogie changed....
2003-03-05 9:00:58 AM  
That aint right.

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2003-03-05 9:15:44 AM  
I was looking at the top of the page and was wondering what you guys were talking about. Yeah, sure he's a little pale, but a little sunlight and he looks like the old Dooggie. Then a quickly scrolled down and let out an audible "holy shiat"
2003-03-05 9:27:47 AM  
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2003-03-05 9:39:58 AM  

/vomit sound
2003-03-05 9:40:10 AM  

Everything near and dear to my childhood is different.. Now I bet your going to say Billy Joel DID start that fire.
2003-03-05 9:40:45 AM  
Ah no, but I played one on TV...
2003-03-05 9:41:31 AM  
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wrong, on at least 11 levels
2003-03-05 9:41:38 AM  
Guys, he's in Cabaret.

SOMEBODY has to be the lead. Good for him. Who'da thunk he'd even HAVE a career at this point?
2003-03-05 9:41:57 AM  
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Starship troopers was a cool movie, but I think the book was better...
2003-03-05 9:42:12 AM  
Umm. No one here has seen Cabaret before? No matter who's playing the character that's usually how the emcee is portrayed. Big deal. You're all a bunch of small-towners.
2003-03-05 9:42:31 AM  
Haven't you people ever seen Cabaret? That's the costume of the lead performer. Get over yourselves.
2003-03-05 9:43:04 AM  
He seemed ok in Undercover Brother, I wonder what happened...

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2003-03-05 9:43:48 AM  
I saw an ad for this yesterday on WNBC. The thought of seeing Doogie AND Debbie (sorry, Deborah) Gibson in the same show put me into a state of 80s overload.
2003-03-05 9:44:19 AM  
2003-03-05 9:44:22 AM  
He was in a short-lived TV show with the guy from "Monk".

God, did it suck.
2003-03-05 9:44:39 AM  
2003-03-05 9:44:48 AM  
What the heck was that sitcom with him and Tony Shaloob? I liked that one... Tony Shaloob is kewl.
2003-03-05 9:44:54 AM  
Umm, people, that's what acting is all about...
2003-03-05 9:44:58 AM  
He played an awesome role in Boomtown. Anyone else see him in that?
2003-03-05 9:45:23 AM  
Here is something wierd about Doogie Howser that I read.

He was a character in a TV show played by an actor named, get this, "Neil Patrick Harris."

Apparently, these "actors" play all kinds of roles, which are occasionally sensational and outrageous!

(Not trying to agitate, just attempting to be funny)

Crap, what was his name on "Son of the Beach?" He was in Johnny Queefer's BMX gang, I think.
2003-03-05 9:45:34 AM  
Jesus H. Christ!!! My eyes, they burn!!
2003-03-05 9:45:51 AM  

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What the child of George Michael and Dr. Frank 'n' Furter would look like:

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2003-03-05 9:46:11 AM  
I've seen him in the play. He's very good. Almost as good as Alan Cumming.
2003-03-05 9:47:01 AM  
Why is everyone referring to "Cabaret"? Was it in the article or something? Are we suppose to READ the articles too? You guys demand too much!
2003-03-05 9:47:24 AM  
Nicely misleading headline. I figured he'd put on 80 pounds or something like that. Kudos to the poster.
2003-03-05 9:47:42 AM  
He's an ACTOR...
2003-03-05 9:47:50 AM  
I think he's kind of pretty...

2003-03-05 9:48:45 AM  
Boys and girls, it's called "aging". It'll happen to you too!
2003-03-05 9:48:46 AM  
Dear Diary,
Today I gave up the teen doctor schtick and dressed up like a maniac. At least now I have less opportunities to annoy people with my totally moronic show.
2003-03-05 9:49:09 AM  
2003-03-05 9:49:22 AM  
"The distortion of reality is somehow tweaked by the procession of familiar faces that has starred in the production, which celebrated its 2,000th performance this month. The cast has featured, at various times, such actors as Molly Ringwald, Brooke Shields, Tom Bosley and Hal Linden. Michael C. Hall and John Stamos had stints as The Emcee, a role originated by Alan Cumming, who also won a Tony."

So Cabaret stars people who are either on their way out or never had a career to begin with? Stamos as the Emcee...gah.
2003-03-05 9:49:23 AM  
Oh my god...
2003-03-05 9:50:41 AM  
i knew it!
2003-03-05 9:50:57 AM  
"Also, by his standards, there is a lot of dancing, at times in drag and high heels. "I find you're on the balls of your feet, so it's not so bad."

Thanks for the tip, Doogie.
2003-03-05 9:51:16 AM  
i think the real problem is , he looks like he * LIKES IT *
2003-03-05 9:51:41 AM  
You'd think they would airbrush Jane Leeve's leg.

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2003-03-05 9:52:12 AM  
Johnee, "Stark Raving Mad" kicked ass.
2003-03-05 9:52:17 AM  
The show that Neil and Tony Shaloub (sp?) were in together was "Stark Raving Mad." I remember this because I actually enjoyed it, if only because Tony is cool.

Yeah, people, calm down. Cabaret is a rather ... interesting show, and that's what all the Emcees look like.

Still disturbing to see Doogie Howser like that, though.
2003-03-05 9:52:51 AM  
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2003-03-05 9:52:54 AM  
Ewww.. John Stamos as the Emcee is frightening.

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2003-03-05 9:53:01 AM  
We suck if we haven't seen Cabaret.
2003-03-05 9:53:19 AM  
I think it's cool. Who would have guessed Neil Patrick Harris could sing, and sing well? I remember the first time I heard him singing in Rent. Blew my mind.

Good for him!
2003-03-05 9:53:27 AM  
I think the true fear in that article is the fact they stated that Hal Linden and Tom Bosley have played the same role.
2003-03-05 9:53:43 AM  
Wldncrzy14, you beat me by 5 seconds! Dammit!
2003-03-05 9:55:17 AM  
Bostony, LMAO
2003-03-05 9:55:25 AM  
03-05-03 09:51:41 AM Bostony
You'd think they would airbrush Jane Leeve's leg.

That's what it's about. Drugged up, blemished cabaret "actors" at the close of the 1920's. Just before Hitler rose to power.
2003-03-05 9:55:27 AM  
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Wow, thanks for the link, Hufnmouth. Amazing stuff. Look, it's David from "Six Feet Under."
2003-03-05 9:56:00 AM  
Remember the one-off Simpson's character, Howgie Doozer, the child physician? Classic.
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