- August 28, 2017
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Dr. Drew Pinsky
DIRECTOR / EDITOR: Jon Mackey
PRODUCER: Hans Sahni
UPM: Jack Bradley
LOCATION MANAGER: Alison Dyer
AD: Allen Scudder
2nd AD: Kerry Carter
DP: Boa Simon
1st AC: Jenny Hou
2nd AC: Salma Loum
GAFFER: Eric Corriea
ELECTRIC: Mitch Ball
ELECTRIC / DRIVER: Ryan Hueter
KEY GRIP: Dimitrios Christoforidis
GRIP: Hiram Borges
DOLLY GRIP / SWING: Orlando Ordonez
PRODUCTION DESIGNER: Nathan Carden
SET DRESSER: Jacob Torres
SET DRESSER: Joey Love
WARDROBE: Francesca Roth
MAKEUP: Jessica Leigh Schwarts
SOUND MIXER: Alex Dawson
TEACHER: G. Maximilian Zarou
PA: Steven Taylor
PA: Andrea (Andy) Vasquez
PA: Chiara Montali
DIT: William Maxwell
VFX: Caleb Swyers
ASSISTANT EDITOR: Kia Reghabi
COLORIST: Derek Hansen at The Mill
BG: Kevin Akira Ching, Malachi Price, Juliette Jimenez, Maqensie Arnold, Clifton Hill, Dawn Ned, Adelina Saldana, Hongkyou Woo
August 28, 2017
The human male is a majestic creature,
but he is facing one of
his greatest survival challenges yet.
Fourteen million males worldwide
are living with this disease,
but with your help
we have a chance to save them all.
My name is Rob Riggle.
Follow along as we go into the wild
to tag the many species of men
for the Field Guide to the Modern Human Male.
First on our journey today,
we see Tinkerous Motorous.
This particular male thrives
in his cave environment.
He has developed an advanced ability to use tools.
- Tool box!
- [Rob] The bouquet of motor oil repels his mate,
but all that goes away when he
releases his emphatic mating call.
(motorcycle engine roars)
While he's careful to check the oil every week,
he has not yet had his prostate checked.
But don't just take it from me,
here's a real doctor.
- Hi, I'm Dr. Drew.
In the United States,
one in eight men will develop prostate cancer.
- [Rob] Now, as we venture into the backyard,
the stinging scent of charcoal alerts us
to the presence of the great carnivore,
This mighty male demonstrates his dominance
by providing a hearty meal for his pack.
But when they get overzealous,
he may become agitated
and lash out.
- Although he takes great pride in caring for his pack,
the male's pride often prevents him
from taking care of himself.
- Prostate cancer is 100% treatable if detected early.
- And now, it is with great apprehension
that we set our eyes upon Dad-jokey Embarrassus.
This male will do anything to impress the cubs.
Watch as he shamelessly attempts
one of his many terrible characters.
- Tong Monster!
- Absolutely devastating.
- Potato chips!
- The chances of getting prostate cancer are one in three
if you have a close relative with the disease.
If two close relatives
have been diagnosed with prostate cancer,
the risk jumps to over 80 percent.
- And lastly,
the reigning patriarch, Back In My Dayus.
Presiding over the family unit,
he regales his clan with stories of yesteryear.
- Half the town would be on fire.
- The feeling of safety is abound,
but this is the most vulnerable of times.
- Where does it come out?
Where does the photo come out?
Can you print it?
- The risk of prostate cancer
rises rapidly after the age of 50.
I was diagnosed at age 52,
but some men can develop prostate cancer
as early as age 40.
- The human male is in a race against time.
That looks great.
In the U.S.,
a man is diagnosed with prostate cancer every 3.3 minutes.
Every 20 minutes,
a man loses his fight against this disease.
Surely, it's our responsibility to do everything
within our power to save these men.
This is the singular focus of many versus cancer,
and why we invite you to join us.
Steaks are done!
Visit savethemales.org to tag all the males you know
in the online Field Guide
and donate to help save them.
Your gift will fund a network of more
than one thousand of the world's top cancer scientists
who are making breakthroughs in labs and clinics
every single day.
Together, we have the power
to save millions of lives.
Together we can save the males.
I love it!
Tag, you're it!