Dr. Dubrow & Dr. Nassif Meet With “Type-A Psychos” | Botched | E!

The "Botched" doctors are shocked when they meet with sisters who proudly believe they are "straight crazy." Watch!

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49 Comments

    • Why? I don’t think people want to do plastic surgeries are mentally disabled. It’s their bodies, and I am sure everyone has something that they think is mentally wrong about themselves that they want to change. It’s normal to think like that.

  1. why would you get any kind of surgery when you’re a teenager? where are their parents? at least wait until you hit your 20’s.

    • I got face surgery when I was 13 >:-)))) but it was because my mouth was too small for my teeth and it was deforming my jaw and then I got braces and teeth taken out.

    • I got a rhinoplasty to correct my deviated septum at 16. It was cause I couldn’t breathe when I sleep. I think it’s okay if it’s medically necessary

    • G U seriously. Your face is still developing and theres so much unsolidified cartilage as well as features you just are still growing into. Things at 17 could look so different at 20 or 25 even. Silly to do it so early

  2. Just…. why. I’m absolutely positive that both of these women looked fine before they had anything done. Please, ladies don’t do this to yourselves.

    • They did it to breathe better. But if they aren’t happy with the way they look, it’s ok if they want to change it. It’s better for them to have surgery and be happy than to not get surgery and be unhappy.

  3. I’m scared of rhinoplasty, because a lot of these people have money and went to “good” surgeons.

    • thefedexkid uh not really. Most of the stories people didn’t do their research. It’s in the minority that they go to respected surgeons and complications occurred

    • Kelsey Matthews They did it to breathe better. But if they aren’t happy with the way they look, it’s ok if they want to change it. It’s better for them to have surgery and be happy than to not get surgery and be unhappy.

  4. Wtf high school…they look middle eastern…I met a girl in Europe who got a nose job maybe a year later I guess I could see what she was talking about but I liked her before her nose job

  5. Such followers! I wonder if people start jumping off bridges will it turn into a trend! People will be led to cut off their own arm just to have a status symbol😂😂😂

  6. The only thing shocking I remember from my high school days is one 11th grader showed up after summer vacation with a huge pregnant belly😅

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