[MUSIC PLAYING] OK. Let’s see if this is
what I think it is. I think it’s a lipoma,
but you never know. Kevin is here. He has a pretty big
bump on his hip. I really think it’s a
lipoma, which is benign. But I think that he’s
a perfect example of somebody who
has a benign growth that really affects his life. He stopped working out. It affects his
work, and it clearly affects him emotionally. And it’s a lipoma. Now I’m just going
to woman handle it. [MUSIC PLAYING] Oh! Weird? Yeah, weird. Am I hurting you? No, I mean– yeah. You know what that feels like? You’ll never feel it. It’s like a C-section, when
someone’s delivering a baby and it feels like
you’re tugging, but you can’t feel
anything painful. I know.
I’ve been there. Done that.
We’re getting it. Look.
Here it comes. You’re still doing great, right?
– Yeah, I’m fine. – You sure?
– Mm-hmm Everything looks awesome.
You’re almost done. There he is. There he goes. Here he comes. This is the fun– you OK? Mm-hmm. You sure? A little pain, but I’m fine. Oh you’re in pain? Tell me! [MUSIC PLAYING]