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When Comedy Hits The Mark (VIDEO)

April 7, 2015 | celebrity | matt-ralston | 0 Comments

Freakish looking Botox injection pioneer to  the stars Dr Frederic Brandt committed suicide. While his press people are citing serious undisclosed issues Brandt was dealing with, the dermatologist was reportedly deeply hurt by Martin Short’s hilarious impression of him on the show Unbreakable: Kimmy Schmidt. Brandt’s publicist confirmed his portrayal on the show hurt his feelings:

Did the show upset him? Yes. It was a mean characterization. He was a human being, no one would like that. It was making fun of him for the way he looked and it was mean and it was bullying.

Not exactly. Picking on the fat kid is bullying. Making fun of a dude who turned his face and a thousand others into Saran Wrap out of vanity and or cash is entirely different. When a doctor takes the Hippocratic Oath they promise to first and foremost do no harm. Botox is absolutely not helpful in any medical sense. I wish your patients luck manipulating a sad face onto their punims for the funeral. They’ll probably run over a few homeless dudes on the way there. When you look deep inside you don’t look like that.

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