Monday, April 3, 2017

Recovering from Surgery (Extended Scene)


Last week, we posted a preview of Thursday's episode (click here for the recap), which shows Carlin Bates and Josie Bates as they return home after having their wisdom teeth extracted. Carlin is "miss invincible," as loving father Gil Bates calls it, while Josie is much more emotional.

In the deleted scene below, viewers will see more of the two Bates ladies as they recover from surgery. Let's just say it's a rough time for both of them.


Photo/video courtesy of UP

9 comments:

  1. what doctor would let them walk out half asleep looking drunk the way they were should be ashmaed to put that on tv. need to find a new doctor. think they were over dosed when they were put under

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    1. No, everyone just reacts to anesthesia differently. Some people laugh. Some people cry. Some people are just extra sleepy. All dentists that I know release their patients to go home without a few minutes after they wake up.

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    2. It's a dentist. And it happens al the time. Check YouTube and don't bash people.

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  2. I thought that was SO cute and they were SO brave to have that on tv. That is just how some people react after wisdom teeth surgery. My brother, a very reserved guy, pretended he was flying and we had to carry him down the steps to the car. Completely normal, IMO.

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  3. I wonder if it was the anesthesia that affected her so or was it a narcotic pain reliever. When my kids had their wisdom teeth out, I remember they didn't let me take them home until they could walk and were cognizant of what they were doing. They had to give my son some extra drug to help him come out of it because it was taking a bit too long. I guess everyone metabolizes drugs differently.

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  4. For anyone who was curious to see Carlin Bates drunk...there you have it, that's what it would look like!

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  5. I'm so sad because I can't watch any episode of their show, this is unfair!!

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  6. I don't think the poster was bashing anyone. I also thought that it was 'a bit too soon' to have released those young ladies. Both of my children had their wisdom teeth removed and were more aware when released. The girl couldn't even stand up after riding home in the car, which WOULD have taken a bit of time to arrive. It's a liability thing for the oral surgeon to have released them too early. I agree they should have stayed a bit longer.

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  7. Am I the only one who was only given laughing gas when wisdom teeth were taken out?? They only took out my top teeth...Is that why? I mean, the gas was fun but I wasn't loopy or unable to walk.

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