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Dr. Travis Behind the Scens of Three Rivers TV Series
Travis: Well, recently I was also invited to go behind the scenes of Three Rivers to check out the set, meet the casts and play a doctor.
Here I am on the set of the new medical drama, Three Rivers. It’s a little bit of a stretch for me. I'm claimed the part of an anesthesiologist. So, wish me luck. Let's go check it out.
This is my favorite part of the day. Drew, you know how much I love it. If I didn’t know better, I would think I was in a real operating room with real staff.
Male: Hey man.
Travis: Hello, it’s Travis, good to meet you.
Male: Good to meet you.
Travis: Have you learn some operating skills?
Male: Drew, I could fix that heart. If anyone breaks it, you come to me man.
Travis: Would you let this guy operate on you?
Male: These are honest guys.
Travis: You got to teach me. I don’t know how to do this.
Male: Evidently, the student is ready because the master is here. So, let's go and lead the way.
Travis: Alright. This guy is a good coach. So, thanks a lot for having me.
Male: It’s a pleasure man.
Travis: So the green scrubs were fun but it's time to go put on my light blue scrubs. I went Gonzo, I have to admit, I'm on set. I'm nervous, I don’t know how --
Andrew: And it took you three takes.
Jim: -- more than that.
Alex: You're the hottie behind the mask. It’s easy when you have the mask on. Isn't that crazy? You’ve got all these stuff and we’re trying to make it real as actors and we’re covered in blood and we’re doing whatever we’re doing. And then like, you're thumb is not in the right place. It's like it takes to be spend most of the morning like finding where to put Travis’s.
Alex: That’s really it is.
Travis: But you were a great coach. And one of the things I love about this show is it does highlight a very important cause, something we've talked about on the show, organ transplantation. I know you're wearing a green band for a reason, right?
Alex: I am. This is the Donate Life or Done Vida bracelet from Dona at North America and they're an incredible organization. I'm now almost an ambassador. I'm honored to be a part of it and I realized the opportunity myself in CBS and Gonzo and for some community service and to be able to get back. I think it’s so important to -- whenever we get the chance to get back to do that. So, I'm doing it. Life has come onboard with us. It's terrific.
Travis: We welcome you to our family of doctors and I think you do a great job and you bring great energy to the show. And certainly, you're an inspiration Dr. Gonzo. You inspire all of us. Thank you for all your great work. Thank you.
So a big thank you to Alex O’Loughlin, the entire casts of “Three Rivers” and as I said, especially Dr. Gonzo in Cleveland Clinic. You can check out the premiere of Three Rivers this Sunday, October 4th on CBS.