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Dr. Lunki takes a closer look: Mental Illness

December 4, 2011

I have spent the last couple of days observing Johnny the Intern to try to determine what kind of mental illness he is suffering from. Or, suffering is actually the wrong word, he is happy with getting us coffee all day long for no money whatsoever.

But his constant laughing, christian beliefs and bad english pronunciation must point to some kind of mental illness. The question is if we can exploit it in some way since there is a trend right now in film and TV with characters with some kind of diagnosis. Like:

Homeland. My favorite thriller show right now. Claire Danes is playing Carrie Mathison, a CIA agent suffering from bipolar disorder.

Bones. Emily Deschanel plays the first female asperger hero on TV, Dr. Temperance Brennan, aka Bones.

The Millennium Trilogy. The Swedish hacker genius Lisbeth Salander, has according to author Stieg Larsson this mental state:

she might be looked upon as an unusual kind of sociopath, due to her traumatic life experiences and inability to conform to social norms.

I can’t wait to se what David Fincher has done with the remake by the way. The trailer is epic.

And after a few days of research, my conclusion is that Johnny the Intern (pictured right) is plain stupid and also male, and has therefore no exploitable skill set what so ever.

His only skill seems to be to making bad coffee.the animated comedy series and blog lunki and sika

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  1. December 4, 2011 10:59

    I always wish the writers of A Brilliant Mind left Nash’s greatest theory in – ‘Fuck You, Buddy’.

    ~The Dippylomat esq.

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