Dr. Pimple Popper Removes 68 Lipomas from One Person in Season 2 Premiere

Welcome back to… this. Just when you thought it was safe to eat while watching television, TLC’s Dr. Pimple Popper is spewing forth another season. Season 1 ended a few months ago, barely giving our stomaches enough time to settle. Oh well, I guess!

Dr. Pimple Popper Season 2

Dr. Pimple Popper Season 2

Patient: Chris, 32, La Mirda, California

Condition: A pilar cyst and a tenacious, a case of psoriasis so widespread it often ends up on his bathroom floor. (He picks at it.)

How stomach-turning was the treatment?: You could totally eat mashed potatoes from flakes while watching this segment.

While I’m in no place to tell people what to do with their scalps (I’m no scalp doctor!), I couldn’t help but wonder: If Chris’s pilar cyst was so vexing, why did he keep his hair so short? This is one case where a combover actually would have effectively deceived.

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Could this hairstyle have been chosen for TV? A stage cut, if you will?

The absolute highlight of Chris’s pop happened when Dr. PP sliced open his cyst and coaxed out its contents. “So there was stuff in there?” asked Chris. “Well, yeah!” said Dr. Pimple Popper in a singsongy way that kindly and gently translated to: “DUUUUUHHHH!!

Patient: April, 45, Deatsville, Alabama

Condition: In April’s words, “fatty cysts up under the skin.” (They’re technically lipomas.)

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