I'm about to commit a "there but for the grace of God" offense. I don't care. Anyone who has body angst should meet Jim Maki (right). He considers himself lucky guy, which is really something to wrap your mind around, because five years ago in a Boston subway station, he fell face-down on the third rail. It vaporized his features.
If that's "one in a million," so is the story of how he got them back. And that's caught, dramatically, on the last episode of ABC's "Boston Med." You don't need to have watched a minute of this eight-part documentary-produced by Terence Wrong of "Hopkins" fame-to enjoy the finale on Thursday, August 12th. It's a rare TV moment (here's a sneak):
The episode starts with a cooler in the back of a vehicle on the way to an airport. In the cooler, where a six-pack should be, is a heart.
We cut to Joseph Helfgot, a Hollywood marketing exec, who has just been told he will get it. He's at home on his bed, surrounded by movie scripts, photos of his kids, and the Read More »from A Medical Miracle You've Just Got to See