Doctor Toboggans vs The Memphis Zombies – a Multimedia Retrospective

On April 24th Doctor Harold Toboggans, a previously thought fictional figure, made a live appearance at the third annual Memphis Zombie Massacre to promote his latest therapy product Zombies Anonymous.

Zombie Therapy

It was a big hit as far as these things go, breaking all approval rating records among the unreal as well as the undead.

The overall course of the evening was as follows:

He came

Dan Baker and Harold Toboggans

He saw

Doctor Harold Toboggans at Memphis Zombie Massacre

He cured

Doctor Toboggans cures a Memphis zombie frame

He also received a great deal of praise as a humanitarian. Mostly from himself:

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However, upon meeting the brave souls of the Shelby Memphis Zombie Response Force, some ulterior motives were revealed:

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Between bloodthirsty zombies and ruthless vigilantes, how Doctor Toboggans came out unscathed is a profoundly saddening mystery. The very worst part, at least for me, was this moment here when at last I thought I was rid of him….

Only to be denied.

I have lot’s more Memphis Zombie media hidden in safe locations across the internet, but you look like a trustworthy bunch so I’ll let you know it’s here, here, here, and here.


The good Doctor also gives his own account of this incident at
The Adventures of Doctor Harold Toboggans

Happy Friday

Photo credit JLR Photography Video credit Dan Baker

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31 Responses to Doctor Toboggans vs The Memphis Zombies – a Multimedia Retrospective

  1. LOBO says:

    Hah! Brent these were GREAT!

    But can you ask the Doc why he isn’t answering my calls? I know the last check bounced, but I’ve got a lot more of them … and at some point he’s bound to get lucky.

    (Try National City next time. I’ve cashed scanned-in cereal box tops there.)

    • Brent says:

      I have found from personal experience that lack of cash flow is the best way to be pronounced cured by our dear doctor.

      A trust fund, on the other hand, would guarantee therapeutic security for generations of your descendants.

  2. Youthful One says:

    I am impressed with the good Dr.’s zombifarian efforts.

    I am mystified at the good Dr.’s ever-changing accent.

    • Brent says:

      I thought it was just the effort of trying to empathize with the mid-southern undead.

      I’m sure he’s not used to feeling for anyone other than his bank account.

  3. Gilbert says:

    He really do it..

  4. ~Deb says:

    I’m proud of Dr. T for not flinching when eerie old man backpack entered his personal space with an appetite for nose hairs.

    • Brent says:

      That guy was something else. For a minute I thought he was just the man to finally finish off the doctor…one piece at a time.

      But no, Toboggans survived to annoy another day.

  5. Jackie says:

    I AM “x marks the victim”!!!! It’s definitely cool to see us on camera, and with the coolest(?) doc ever!

    • Brent says:

      I’m glad you recovered, zombieism is a nasty curse to be stuck with.

      The halitosis is the worst part I think.

      Congratulations also on being so photogenic.

  6. I didn’t even know about the zombiefest. I hate that I missed it. Human flesh beats swine flu BBQ any day!

    • Brent says:

      I hear that Corky’s is testing out a new anti-viral seasoning rub.

      It would probably work on people too, or zombies for that matter.

  7. C. Fraser says:

    The Dr. is a hero. And brave. And very stylish; I loved that green jacket.

    • Brent says:

      I don’t know about brave…I’d say motivated. The undead have a lot of unspent cash on their hands.

  8. Alex L. says:

    Come on Brent he is brave, and handsome, and capable of mind control I’ve heard… The Doctor is a truly great man.

    • Brent says:

      Oh no Alex, Doctor Toboggans is far beyond great. He is greatly.

      Greatly overinflated.
      Greatly dreaded.
      Greatly evil incarnate.

    • ~Debbie says:

      Be very careful Alex L. when calling Dr. T handsome. He may just charge you a hundred dollar distraction fee!

  9. rjlight says:

    All my zombie friends were telling me about this but I couldn’t attend. Mr. T. always finds the perfect audience.

    • Brent says:

      He does always seem to find people of his own caliber to associate with. I think this was the most fun he’s had since he was kicked out of the Midnight Telemarketer and Middle-Eastern Dictator club.

      He was always pretty quite about what happened there, but I guess even they have standards.

  10. Howard says:

    I apologize for missing this in my feeder when upon its release. Of course, it was two days before my birthday so I was probably in a drunken, suicidal spiral from the thought of turning 42.

  11. Steve says:

    Brilliant. And to think that at one time Dr. Toboggans entertained thoughts of retirement. I could not imagine a world without the good doctor. Clearly there is no one more qualified to cure zombification.

  12. That was funny! :) Keep it up Zombie therapist!