The Ray Bradbury Theatre: Season 2, Episode 2

Skeleton (6 Feb. 1988)
"The Ray Bradbury Theater" Skeleton (original title)

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A hypochondriac feels there is something wrong with his bones so he consults a creepy "bone specialist" who promises to help him; sometimes the cure really is worse than the disease.

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Bert Harris
Diane D'Aquila ...
Clarisse
Peter Blais ...
Munigant
Sean Hewitt ...
Dr. Burleigh
Thick Wilson ...
Fat Man
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A hypochondriac feels there is something wrong with his bones so he consults a creepy "bone specialist" who promises to help him; sometimes the cure really is worse than the disease.

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I've Got a Bone to Pick With This One
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This was definitely done for comedic effect. Eugene Levy is a hypochondriac. He is driving his doctor crazy with his perpetual visits to his office. He finally is told off and goes looking for someone who will buy into his nutty behavior. He finds a bone doctor who is about as spooky as one can get. Levy is convinced that his skeleton wants out and is making his life miserable. Levy has a beautiful, very patient wife who tries really hard to straighten him out. But he can't resist going back to this guy who is going to help rid him of his skeleton. Of course, when you think about it at all, you should be able to figure out what we would be like without a skeleton. Just watch this silliness. There is one fun scene when he runs into a fat man in a bar and the guy talks about all the work he has done over the years to make himself fat.


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