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24th Sep '17 4:35:39 PM marcoasalazarm
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* The Pusher career of ''TabletopGame/MyriadSong'' is very much this: a medic that is good at smooth-talking and the medicines that he uses to heal his team's injuries, while powerful and effective, have a pretty good chance of becoming addictive.

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8th Mar '17 8:54:30 AM psionycx
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* On ''Series/{{Shadowhunters}}'', Victor Aldertree, head of the Institute and a former field medic, gives Isabelle the FantasticDrug ''yin fen''. This is allegedly to help her recover from an injury, but he plays up his helpfulness in seeking a date with her. The drug is also extremely addictive, being made from vampire venom. Unable to get it from any source except for Aldertree, Isabelle ends up seeking out actual vampires to get bitten.
26th Jan '17 4:05:25 PM Xtifr
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* Music/PinkFloyd's "Comfortably Numb" has verses apparently sung by such a doctor (who's aiming to revive the KO'd protagonist to make him perform a show; the movie of [[TheWall the album]] shows it's not that glamorous. The song was partially inspired by Music/RogerWaters' encounter of one when he fell ill on tour ):

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* Music/PinkFloyd's "Comfortably Numb" has verses apparently sung by such a doctor (who's aiming to revive the KO'd protagonist to make him perform a show; the movie of [[TheWall [[Music/TheWall the album]] shows it's not that glamorous. The song was partially inspired by Music/RogerWaters' encounter of one when he fell ill on tour ):
2nd Nov '16 4:09:01 AM Mr.Phorcys
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* Pretty much ''every'' doctor in UsefulNotes/NaziGermany who wasn't a MadDoctor was one of these instead (often both). Germany's early successes in the war were in large part due to the soldiers being prescribed gargantuan quantities of meth [[PsychoSerum to remove their need for sleep and ability to feel pain]]. Hitler's own personal physician was quite the candyman, which probably explains quite a bit.

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* Pretty much ''every'' doctor in UsefulNotes/NaziGermany who wasn't a MadDoctor was one of these instead (often both). Germany's early successes in the war were in large part due to the soldiers being prescribed gargantuan quantities of meth [[PsychoSerum to remove their need for sleep and ability to feel pain]]. Hitler's own personal physician was quite the candyman, which probably explains quite a bit.
24th Aug '16 7:30:02 AM Morgenthaler
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* [[http://skippyslist.com/list/ "37. Our medic is called �Sgt Larwasa�, not �Dr. Feelgood�."]]

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* [[http://skippyslist.com/list/ "37. Our medic is called �Sgt Larwasa�, "Sgt Larwasa", not �Dr. Feelgood�."Dr. Feelgood"."]]
24th Aug '16 7:28:45 AM Morgenthaler
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24th Aug '16 12:04:05 AM Morgenthaler
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The TropeNamer is the Music/MotleyCrue song, in which the titular doctor does many things (including making cocaine for the Mexican mob). Not to be confused with the ArethaFranklin song or the British pub rock band.

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The TropeNamer is the Music/MotleyCrue song, in which the titular doctor does many things (including making cocaine for the Mexican mob). Not to be confused with the ArethaFranklin Music/ArethaFranklin song or the British pub rock band.
7th May '16 5:00:42 PM DavidDelony
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* Music/PinkFloyd's "Comfortably Numb" has verses apparently sung by such a doctor (who's aiming to revive the KO'd protagonist to make him perform a show; the movie of [[TheWall the album]] shows it's not that glamorous):

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* Music/PinkFloyd's "Comfortably Numb" has verses apparently sung by such a doctor (who's aiming to revive the KO'd protagonist to make him perform a show; the movie of [[TheWall the album]] shows it's not that glamorous):glamorous. The song was partially inspired by Music/RogerWaters' encounter of one when he fell ill on tour ):
6th May '16 7:11:10 AM aye_amber
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* In ''TheCannonballRun'', Dr. Nikolas van Helsing is the habit of injecting himself (and anyone else who asks for it) with the unspecified contents of a hypodermic he always carries, which causes him to get a blissful grin and then pass out.

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* In ''TheCannonballRun'', ''Film/TheCannonballRun'', Dr. Nikolas van Helsing is the habit of injecting himself (and anyone else who asks for it) with the unspecified contents of a hypodermic he always carries, which causes him to get a blissful grin and then pass out.
8th Nov '15 6:17:35 PM nombretomado
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* The doctor in ''RequiemForADream'' who continues to write Sara Goldfarb a prescription for diet pills, even when she complains of strange side effects and is clearly developing an addiction.

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* The doctor in ''RequiemForADream'' ''Film/RequiemForADream'' who continues to write Sara Goldfarb a prescription for diet pills, even when she complains of strange side effects and is clearly developing an addiction.
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