Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: [00:00:00] Knock, knock. Hi, knock, knock. Hi.
Will: Hello. Welcome to a special edition of Knock, knock High. What should we call this? Like a, A slice of life with the Glock and Flacons. Knock, knock, knock, life. Knock, knock, knock life. No, knock, knock. I don’t know. But occasionally we’ll do a little bonus episodes sometimes. I’ll be talking about like eyeball stuff or current events in medicine, and sometimes we’ll talk about our live, give you a little sneak peek into what it’s like at the Glock and Fleck and household.
Uh, and so that’s what we’re going to do today. We have a very special guest. She is eight years old. Uh, what name do you want us to call you?
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: Scooby Doo. [00:01:00] Scooby-Doo
Will: Scoop Scooby Doo. Her name is Scooby-Doo. As you all probably know, we’ve talked about this before. We are very careful about privacy and the Glock and Flecking household, and I’ve actually featured Scooby-Doo here in, um, she’s been in a couple of videos.
Do you remember, uh, recording a video with me? Yep. What did you do?
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: Uh, well, one of them was, um, where I had, where I was pretending to have a splinter in my hand.
Will: Yeah. You had a splinter removed. Yes. And then, um, and you received, uh, a very large medical bill. Yeah. And
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: then I also remember that one of my stuffies got hurt.
Like there was a, yeah,
Will: that was a, that was a deep, that’s a deep cut right there. Unicorn puppy. That was, that
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: was the animal we used. No, it was called Unicorn. Big Puppy. Oh,
Will: unicorn. Big puppy. [00:02:00] Um, yeah, that’s, uh, that was like probably one of the first 10 or 20 videos I ever did before. All the characters and everything.
Uh, and so, uh, uh, you, do you like, do you like my TikTok? Yes. Do you think I’m funny sometimes? I’m trying to, as, as they get older. Uh, it’s, it’ll be become more challenging, I think, for, for me to still, uh, seem funny to my children. So I’m trying to make that last as long as possible. Do you get any of my jokes in my videos?
No. No. So why do you think it’s funny?
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: Maybe because it’s your voice.
Will: I have a funny voice sometimes. Yeah. Some of the characters sound kind of funny. Yeah. Which one’s your favorite character?
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: Jonathan. Jonathan or the cardiologist? Oh, the, yeah. Who’s
Kristin: the cardiologist? The cardiologist?
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: Yeah. Who is
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: The cardiologist.
What does, what does he [00:03:00] do? He’s a kid, doctor. A kid. Doctor. Yeah. Pediatrician? No, it’s called a kid doctor. She,
Will: Scooby-doo here. Uh uh, coined the term cardiologist, which I really like. That was a good one.
Kristin: Yeah, that was good. You’re, you’re pretty funny sometimes too. Do you think you’re as funny as daddy?
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: Mm, I’m way funnier than him.
Kristin: Do you wanna be, um, a Glock and Fleck and Star when you grow up? Yes. You do? Yes. What else do you wanna be when you grow up? Do you know yet? It’s hard to answer. I don’t know what I wanna be when I grow up yet even. But you’re already on. I know. I already think I’ve never been able to answer that question.
Will: I got a question for you. What? What is it like whenever I am like filming my skits, I’m always bored.
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: You’re bored? Why? Because there’s no one else to play with. Oh yeah. I usually get, [00:04:00] Milo usually gets tired when I play with him.
Will: I’m just kind of in here by myself. Recording things, saying funny things.
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: It’s technically you’re, you’re technically lonely in
Will: here. I am kinda lonely. Yeah. I should get your, I should get you to help me more often. Yeah. You wanna, you can organize my props. Would you like to do that?
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: No, no. Doesn’t you have too many props? Remember that prop
Kristin: box? Yeah. But if you organize his props, you can take back the ones that he stole from your toy box.
Oh yeah. Okay.
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: I’ll do that. Okay. I’m gonna take 50 of them back that you stole. That’s a lot. Which ones? Um, first of all, the unicorn.
Kristin: Unicorn headband. Yeah,
Will: I did, I did take that from you. I, I’ve had that for quite some time. Yes. I actually have [00:05:00] like three of them. Somehow you, somehow you ended up with three unicorn headbands.
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: that’s because one time, um, Speech. Um, at the questions I said that you took my unicorn headband and then someone behind me gave the, their unicorn headband.
Will: I remember that. That was Where was that? That was in Australia. Yeah. Yeah. So we, we, we went to Australia and I spoke at the Australian Society of Infectious Disease meeting, and a lot of people showed up in unicorn headbands.
Kristin: That was pretty funny, huh? Yeah. What’s your favorite thing that Daddy does?
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: Well, first of all, no one was dressed up as Jonathan.
Kristin: That’s true. It’s hard to dress up as Jonathan cuz he’s so magical. Okay. First of all, you
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: have to have brown eyes and you have to have staring eyes. Then your mouth has to have [00:06:00] a straight line at the end of it.
Mm-hmm. And you look into right into the person’s eyes. And then what? You give them the dis
Will: and then what, what does Jonathan do next?
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: He runs off from the police and he nods
Kristin: from the police.
Will: Jo Jonathan is not a criminal.
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: Yes he is. He stole apples from the store cuz he needed to feed his baby goat. This is getting weird.
This is, this is where
Will: I get all my storylines, everyone, uh, you’re hearing it right from the source I have to make, uh, actually, that, that could actually fit into the rural medicine storyline. I could have somebody I. Uh, steal apples to feed. To feed Texaco, Mike’s goat.
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: Remember,
Kristin: it’s a baby goat. Oh, a baby goat,
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: right?
Very. He eats 1,000,500 thousand trillion quadrillion quadrillion apples.
Kristin: [00:07:00] Oh my goodness. Hey, you know, so you’re on our podcast right now. What do you think that we usually talk about on our podcast? Boring Taxes. Boring taxes. Thankfully this is not a taxes podcast. Good. That would be really boring. Wait,
Will: what are taxes?
How should I know? Well, guess what? Do you think they’re
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: money bills? That’s
Will: kind of true. Yeah. It’s bills. Bills on your money. Bills on your money. That’s right. And not, not bad. All right. What is, what is a podcast?
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: It’s where somebody talks about their life and is what’s going on. It’s kind of, it depends on what you talk about.
Like something for someone to listen to
Will: have. Do you listen to any podcasts? No.
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: Never. No.
Will: Is Bluey a podcast? No. Maybe it should be. [00:08:00] It’s a free idea to the makers of Bluey. They
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: probably don’t need my help though. Even You guys like Bluey?
Kristin: I do. Yeah. Bluey is pretty funny. It’s true. My favorite character is Bingo.
Yeah. Cuz it’s Bingo is the little one. Yeah.
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: Yeah. Well, let’s
Will: talk about, um, the world of medicine.
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: Uhoh, you
Will: know, so I’m a doctor. Yes.
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: An eyeball doctor. An eyeball doctor. Yes, I bet that is called the ophthalmologist.
Will: Do you know how to spell ophthalmology?
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: E y e space. D o c t E R
Will: T o R, doctor. And that’s I eye, doctor, that’s, that’s you just, you spelled ophthalmology.
Just like an emergency physician. Well done. That’s pretty good. What? What’s that? Knowing what I do as an eye doctor, [00:09:00] do you think you would want to be an eye doctor?
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: Hmm? Does it seem fun? No. All you do is sit all day. Well, what
Kristin: do you, what do you think he does? What does an eye doctor do?
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: Gives cataracts to 60 old, 60 year old people.
Will: I don’t, I don’t, I I don’t give them. Mm-hmm. I don’t, I I don’t induce cataract. I do remove them though, as a, as, as a good. It’s an important safety guess though. Very, very important, uh, difference.
Kristin: Do you have any questions for us? What do you wonder about? Who is your
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: favorite
Kristin: child? My favorite child is whichever one is doing what I asked.
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: boys, the moment. All right, boys put her up to the lie detector test.
Kristin: Who are you talking
Will: to? I was talking to our producers. Who’s she’s
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: talking to? No, I’m talking to the c e o of Mothers and fathers. Oh. [00:10:00] Is
Kristin: that what you’re gonna be when you grow up? Yes.
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: What other questions do you I’m going, I’m going to sue you guys.
What, what for man, for not being, for not telling us our, your favorite child. Oh, it has to be me.
Will: What do you even know? Where’d you hear about suing people? What? On earth, where do you learn these things? You learn about taxes, money, bills, suing people. What does, what does that mean to sue somebody?
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: Put them in
Okay. Not quite. It’s a, it’s a, it’s another money bill. I’ll tell, I’ll say that. No, it’s not. It kinda, it kinda is.
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: Oh, yeah. Yeah. You sue someone not doing what you tell them
Will: to not Yeah. And then, and then you,
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: so that means you have to sue me all the time. Right?
Will: I think we’ll, we’ll do a longer, uh, lesson on lawsuits, uh, at some point and later in their ch in her childhood suing people.
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: That’s
Kristin: how grownups fight. Uh,
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: oh. [00:11:00] Lot
Will: of In America. In America. Gotta get away
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: from you two. Now,
Will: what other questions do you have, child?
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: Um, well first of all, I am a grown, a
Kristin: professional Corona professional
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: child. Okay. Be respectful of me. But your name
Kristin: is Scooby-Doo? Yes. Okay.
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: Just checking. And I like a dog treats and cookies too.
Will: Other questions?
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: Wait, I have a question for me. What, or, or, or for whoever’s listening, um, is Scooby do pink or blue? I don’t know. Neither. What? I thought he was pink. Oh. Well, uh, questions for you guys? I, what are you feeling when you, um, record?
Kristin: Oh, that’s a good question. Um, I think it’s fun. It feels fun. [00:12:00]
Will: I also, I find it fun also a little stressful uhoh, because you gotta make it good.
We gotta have you, you may not know this, but your dad and your mom are both introverts. Do, do you know what that means? No. Do you wanna explain to her what an introvert is?
Kristin: An introvert is somebody who gets energy by being alone, and they like other people and they like to hang out with other people, but when they do that, they have to take some alone time to recharge.
So am I an extrovert? What do you think? Yeah, yeah. You’re very extroverted. You get energy from being around people and talking to people, and
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: I get sad when I’m alone.
Will: Yeah, it’s true. It’s right. And um, and so as an introvert it’s sometimes hard to make small talk and, and. That’s something that I also [00:13:00] have to do a lot as a doctor,
Kristin: but I think it’s interesting.
I like to hear what everyone has to say cuz I’m really curious person, so I like to, to ask questions and to hear what they have to say. So I think it’s fun. Hmm Hmm. You think you’re a curious person?
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: Calculating. Calculating. Calculating, sorry. Slow wifi.
Kristin: Okay. I’m gonna take that as a No, I might be. Hey. Who do you think between you and your sister, who do you think is more like mommy and who do you think is more like daddy or, or are you both kinda a mix?
Well, I look,
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: I look more like mommy, but I act more like daddy. And then my sister looks more like Daddy Brown, black hair kind of, although she doesn’t have white hair.[00:14:00]
I got me.
Will: That I, I think I missed, did I miss the joke? You were
Kristin: not paying attention. She said her sister looks more like you cuz of the coloring. Right? Brown eyes, brown hair. And she goes, although she doesn’t have white hair. Oh.
Will: Oh man. Here’s a question. Oh wait, but here’s a question for you. Scooby-Doo. Am I old? I
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: can’t answer that because if I call you old, then I’m also calling mommy old.
Will: That’s smart. Yeah. Because mommy is a year older
Kristin: than me. That’s true. That’s a very diplomatic answer. Although you have
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: white hair, but she doesn’t, so that’s true. But Myla, uh, Myla also has white hair.
Kristin: Yeah. But that’s not from being old, that’s just what his hair is. Yeah.
Will: What else do you think? So, so I make these videos where I dress up as in funny characters, and we do this [00:15:00] podcast.
Uh, what else should we do with Glock? Flecking, what do you think?
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: You should add Milo in your podcasts and TikTok. Milo should be Jonathan’s servant.
Will: That’s like a sub. Jonathan. Yes. He, I don’t think Milo And Milo’s our dog, by the way. I, I rescued Standard Poodle,
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: who is, he is right under the office desk.
Will: desk, he’s right down the, he’s a big, a big tall dog with gangly legs, very much like me, curly hair. Brown hair, curly hair, brown and white. Hey, I think he looks more like me than either of you two girls. Yeah,
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: think that’s true. Milo is in this room right now. He is under the
Will: desk, but I, I don’t think that he would be a great addition to the podcast.
He doesn’t do much other than bark.
Kristin: Well, another thing you [00:16:00] two have in common is, is that he sleeps most of the time.
Will: I, I sleep an appropriate amount for an ophthalmologist. I will say that I, I, I love a good nap. I think that’s, that’s one feature, um, Scooby-Doo that you should know about, about people that go through medical training and medical education.
We have the ability to sleep at any moment for a indeterminate amount of time.
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: Does that count your snoring too?
Will: No, but that’s also part of sleeping. Um, but it’s just a, a, a feature. You’ve noticed that, right? I can pretty
Kristin: much Well, that you snore. Yeah. No. Yes, I have. Well,
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: you sleep a lot and you snore very loudly, so I do not, not that
Will: loud of a
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: Well, you do,
Kristin: you know, of the three of us, she and I are most qualified to judge that.
Will: You know, you’re gonna get, now we’re gonna get everybody, like sending messages. Hey, you should, [00:17:00] do you have sleep apnea? Right. And by the way, no,
Kristin: he doesn’t. He’s done sleep studies.
Will: Not for that, because I had a cardiac arrest, that’s why I did the sleep study. But I’m okay. Everyone just a, you know, good old fashioned snore, I suppose.
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: Don’t talk about your cardiac arrest.
Kristin: Oh, that, you don’t wanna talk about that, huh? No. Okay. We won’t, we won’t talk about that one. You better
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: not
Will: any parting words, Scooby-Doo. What? Anything else you wanna say before we wrap this up?
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: What, uh, what’s your favorite colors?
Kristin: Uh, favorite colors? My favorite
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: is
Mine is green. You both.
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: What is yours? This you both disobeyed? Orange.
Will: Orange, orange Is now your favorite color? Yes. It changes all the time. Yeah. It
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: changes
Will: every me week. I think orange might be the worst color. What? Yes. I, I am fully against orange.
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: Green
Kristin: is the worst color. You know that, uh, orange is one of your brand colors.
[00:18:00] Yeah. We got
Will: like, like 25 brand colors. There’s
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: so many. There’s only three. Wait, what’s the brand
Will: color? Yeah, it is, right? You don’t, you don’t even, you’re just, you’re just stirring the pot over here. Pot stir. All right,
Kristin: well wait. One more question. Scooby-Doo. Who do you think is funnier? Me or daddy? Hmm.
Milo. Nope. That’s
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: not an
Will: option. Diplomatic answer right there. And that’s about, uh, that’s
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: probably, wait, I got, I got, I got some more questions. Oh, okay. Who is your favorite character in your TikTok? It changes. I would
Will: say Mommy, mommy was a good one. I like, um, I like the neurologist. Do you like the neurologist with the tall hair and the, the.
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: I like the
Will: cardiologist and the pediatrician. That’s a good one.
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: Ologist, what other questions
Will: do you have? You got one more? One more [00:19:00] question.
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: Who has the most hair? Who has the most hair? I think it’s daddy because he has a mustache. A beard mm-hmm. That has white hair on it. Mm-hmm. And, um, he hair on my head and that also has white hair on it.
And my hair grows really fast. And he also has, and his eyebrows also has some white hair on it
Will: too. I got white hair everywhere. Why do you think he’s giving me that white hair?
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: Uh, because you’re, because um, you are growing right?
Kristin: Hair. You know what though? Daddy is, um, getting less and less hair all the time.
Scooby-Doo Glaucomflecken: Mm, very slowly. Yeah. He is going to go bald soon.
Will: Not soon, I hope. All right. I don’t like where this is going. So let’s wrap this up. Uh, thank you for joining us. Scooby-Doo. It was a pleasure talking with you. Yep.
And thank you to our producers. Uh, and thank you all for listening. Uh, it sounded like a dolphin. It’s where. Until next. Until next [00:20:00] time, everyone. Thank you.