Bill, 54, started smoking when he was 16 years old. The Doctors stages an intervention for Bill, who watches a video made by his family called Life After Bill.
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Smoking Intervention: Life After Bill Dr. Travis Stork: Today, we are talking about medical emergencies that you can’t ignore. Bill is here to quit smoking once and for all. He succeeded a few times but only temporarily. Right now, we are here to reverse that. Now, Bill your family did something very unique. So they help this out with a project and so what I want you to do is, I want you to sit back, stare at that big screen. This is a movie and it’s all about you. Life after Bill Female1: I love being married to Bill because he always made me feel especial and beautiful no matter what I look like. He is just such a gentleman and such a kind loving person with a huge heart. Female2: It really mean a lot to me when my dad will just spend time with me and always make sure that we would have time to talk. Female1: It was excruciating to watch him suffer. It was extremely painful for him. That was extremely painful for both of our daughters to see him like that. Female2: I wish dad could have been here to see the face she just made. Female1: Here honey, something you borrow. Female3: Is Uncle Joe here yet? Female1: Yes, he is and he is so proud of you walking you down the aisle. Female3: The thing about my dad that I want people to remember is that he was, always really loving and just a dad person and he had a really good heart. Female1: He was the best husband and dad and he was just always wonderful to be around. I miss him dearly. There would never be anyone that could replace him. Dr. Travis Stork: Notice something missing from that movie? Bill: Yes, I do.
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