Our almost-18-year-old son has seen every episode of “The Office” and “Parks & Recreation.” While I haven’t watched either show with any sort of faithfulness, one film that I’ve personally learned a thing or two from is “A Clockwork Orange.” Suffice it to say, our son has
had his eyes propped open seen all the available episodes of this Web series and exhibits the appropriate Pavlovian response now to the dental version of this sort of comedy.
Welcome to Episode 1 of Word of Mouth: Hiring a Practice Management Consultant
You have seven minutes to watch an episode, right? Sure, the writers aren’t blazing new comedy contrails, but the acting is decent and the shticks, while predictable, are even funny. Come on, it’s dental humor – there’s not too much of it around so take what you can get.
If you want more, there are four additional episodes of Word Of Mouth available here in the coming weeks. Who wins as Mascot? Toothy or Flossy?
Toothy, probably, because at least he’s less likely to kill you.
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