-Now, Ewan, you star in the new movie
“Birds of Prey,” but, a lot of people might not
know that, back in the ’80s, we were actually
on a show together. -You’re talking
about “Point Pleasant.” -You remember that?
-Of course. Yeah, yeah. -That’s right.
The show was called “Point Pleasant
Police Department” and it took place in lovely
Point Pleasant, New Jersey. -Right.
[ Cheering ] -We played two detectives
who couldn’t see eye-to-eye and we’d get in a lotta
arguments and, yeah. -I mean, I know it sounds
like we’re jokin’ around, but it was really quite
intense drama. [ Laughter ]
-Intense show. -The two cops would get
in a lot of arguments and always seemed to end up
[laughing] in messy situations. We actually have a clip
from one of the episodes. -No, you do not.
-I do, yeah. -You do?
-Take a look. [ Upbeat rock plays ]
[ Cheering and applause ] ♪♪ ♪♪ [ Cheering and applause ] -Well, what’s poppin’, Palmer? -Not much, Pete. You seem pretty, uh, perturbed. [ Laughter ] [ Fresh laughter ] -Probably ’cause
Lieutenant Porter put me on probation. [ Laughter ]
-Ah! All this shall pass, eh, Pete? [ Laughter ]
-I repeat — [ Laughing ]
[ Audience ohhs ] [ Laughter ]
[ Sputtering ] [ Fresh laughter and applause ] Let’s have a party in the Point Pleasant Police Department, come on! -Okay.
-Kaplew! [ Laughter and applause ] -Xavier?
[ Cheering, whistling,
and applause ] ♪♪ [ Cheering and applause ] -[Laughing] You know, watching it —
watching it was even more intense
than I remember. -Yeah. It’s really — It was
really in-your-face stuff. -[laughing] Oh! We actually
have another clip. -No!
[ Laughter and applause ] -Where?
-That was the blooper episode. -Ah.
-That was the blooper episode. We actually —
-You got the real deal. -We broke and it was
like ridiculous. Never aired,
so that was a little treat. But we have another clip. [ Laughter ] In this episode, I think
I have more lines than you. [ Laughter ]
[ Clapping ] Let’s take a look at this. [ Cheering, whistling,
and applause ] ♪♪ ♪♪ [ Audience ohhs ] [ Laughter ] [ Laughter and cheer ] -You’re late, Palmer! [ Laughter ] Problems parking? -Precisely. Some punk parked his Prius
in my…place! [ Laughter ] -That peeves my pickle! [ Laughter ] That’s right.
-I prefer the — I prefer the pamplemousse. -Oh, yeah?
-Pamplemousse! [ Laughter and applause ] Know what I’m saying? [ Laughter ] -Pamplemousse?
Why don’t you try punch? [ Laughter ] -Only if you pass the puddin’. [ Laughter ] -Well, then — [ Laughter ] -Pudding! [ Laughter and applause ] Ah, puddin’ me! Ah, puddin’! -That one hurt. [ Laughter ] Alright, that was like
a rock, yeah. [ Laughter ] You don’t want any parfait? [ Laughter ] -I like puddin’! How many times
I gotta tell you? Puddin’!
-Parfait! [ Laughter ] -Puddin’! [ Cheering, whistling,
and applause ] ♪♪ ♪♪ [ Laughter ] -Good clip. You can — [ Laughing helplessly ] You can really feel
the emotion in that scene. -Yeah.
[ Laughter ] Even after all these years,
I can almost taste it. -Yeah?
[ Laughter and applause ] What’s that? We have one more clip?
-No. [ Laughter and applause ] -Oh, my gosh. We have one more clip. [ Laughter ] I put this on to remember. -Oh, just to remind yourself. -I didn’t see —
You didn’t recognize it. You didn’t see it.
[ Laughter ] We really have one more clip? Alright, man.
This one, [laughs] the tension really comes
to a boil and things get outta control. [ Laughter ]
-Oh, in this one? -In this one, yeah.
Check it out. [ Cheering, whistling,
and applause ] ♪♪ ♪♪ -Proud of ya, Pete! [ Laughter ] The way you pinpointed Point Pleasant’s
most prolific predator. Are you pleased? -I’m more peppy
than a porcupine in a puddle. -Pardon the pun,
but perhaps we should pig out!
[ Laughter ] [ Applause ] -Well.
-What do you think? [ Laughter ] -Perhaps some pecan pie! -Ah!
No, I prefer the peach pie! [ Laughter ] -How about pomegranate pie?! [ Laughter ]
-Oh, my God. Pretty good, Pete.
-Yeah, thanks. -Yeah, but there’s
an important piece missin’ to this pie puzzle. -Yeah, what’s that? [ Laughter ] [ Hissing ] -Oh. Hang on.
-Yeah. [ Laughter ]
No. Oh, you’re gettin’ high. He’s getting — no, no, no. [ Laughter ]
-Perfect. -Okay. [ Laughter ] Perfect!
[ Laughter ] -Well put, partner.
I’m glad we took part in the Point Pleasant
Police Department. [ Cheering and applause ] [ Whistling ]
♪♪ ♪♪ [ Whistling ]
-What a show. [ Cheering and applause ]
Wow. What a show!
-What a show. [ Laughter ] -What a show that was.
-Wow. They should bring it back.
-They should bring it back. My thanks to Ewan McGregor,
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RESEARCHERS SHOWS THAT CRITICALLY INJURED SOLDIERS ARE
AT GREATER RISK OF MENTAL HEALTH DISORDERS. THE RESEARCHERS LOOKED AT
THOUSANDS OF CASES OF MILITARY MEMBERS INJURED IN COMBAT IN IN
IRAQ AND AFGHANISTAN FROM 2002 TO 2011. WE SAT DOWN WITH THE SENIOR
POLICY OF MANAGEMENT IN THE SCHOOL OF HEALTH AND HEALTH
SCIENCES TO LEARN MORE>>THE STUDY CAME OF AN EFFORT
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PHYSICIAN DECIDED HE WAS GOING THESE CRITICALLY INJURED
SOLDIERS. SO IT STARTED AS THIS KIND OF
ONE PERSON PROJECT ON A LAPTOP IN THE FIELD AND BECAME WHAT’S
KNOWN AS THE D.O.D.C.R. OR
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TRYING TO UNDERSTAND THE ACTUAL LONG-TERM OUTCOMES OF SOLDIERS
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KIDS GET ON A SOCCER FIELD OR MAYBE IN A FOOTBALL GAME. SOMETHING THAT CAUSES THIS KIND
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IMPACT. IN THE SEVERE ARE THE EXTREME
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CRUSHING INJURIES. THESE ARE
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MONTHS AND MONTHS AND MONTHS. THERE ARE A DIFFERENT GROUP
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DONE ON TBI>>WHEN YOU DID YOUR RESEARCH
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SEVERE TBI. AND SO WHAT ARE SOME OF THE
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WAS THAT CONTRARY TO SOME OF THE CONVENTIONAL WISDOM, WHICH WAS
WHEN PATIENTS HAVE A SEVERE BRAIN INJURY, THAT HAS SOME KIND
OF PROTECTIVE EFFECT. IN OTHER WORDS, THE FOLKS
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DOESN’T SEEM TO BE THE CASE. IN FACT, THAT AS YOU HAVE A MORE
AND MORE SEVERE TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY THAT THE INCIDENCE OF
HAVING A MENTAL HEALTH CONDITION INCREASES
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POPULATION. I HAVE A PARTICULAR INTEREST IN
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DIRECTLY GET AT. BUT THERE’S A WELL-ESTABLISHED
GAP IN THE CARE OF ACTIVE COMBAT SOLDIERS AS THEY TRANSITION FROM
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MENTAL HEALTH DIAGNOSIS. AND WHILE I DON’T THINK THAT WE
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IMPACT ON OUR STUDY FINDINGS, IT WAS AN IMPORTANT THING FOR ME TO
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HIGHLIGHTS MANY OF THE DIFFERENT THINGS THAT THEY’RE
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HERE WITH THIS?>>I THINK TO HAVE A REAL
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THAT SUSTAIN SEVERE INJURIES, THERE HAS TO BE A MORE
SYSTEMATIC WAY OF THIS INFORMATION BEING CAPTURED. WHAT WE WERE ABLE TO DO WAS
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SORT OF HEALTH RECORDS, REGISTRY. WHILE ACKNOWLEDGING THIS DISTANT
CONNECT TO THE VETERANS ADMINISTRATION’S INFORMATION AT
ALL. NOR DOES IT CONNECT WITH ANY OF
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GOES ON ONCE FOLKS LEAVE THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE SORT OF
HEALTH SYSTEM. AND SYSTEMS NEED TO CHANGE TO BE
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