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  • Dr. Feelgood
  • Dr. Feelgood
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  • Dr. Feelgood is a quest from that is available to players who have Dr. Nick.
  • Dr. Feelgood is a Sim from The Sims 2 Castaway for the Nintendo DS. She is one of the four fellow Castaways. Once you bring her a catfish, your first task, and a bottle of water from the stream, which is your second task, you can trade with her.
  • Ein Vampir der erst kürzlich verwandelt wurde und ungehindert seinem Blutdurst nachgeht, versetzt die Stadt in Aufregen. Auch Mick und Beth suchen nach ihm. Allerdings ist die Zusammenarbeit der beiden schwierig, da sich Beth nicht daran gewöhnen kann, dass Mick ein Vampir ist.
  • In 1898, after many years of toiling in his lab,he accidentally created a powerful drug. due to the fact that at this time he was as poor as a starving third world child. he decided to take it to see what would happen. Much to his surprise. It made him immortal, to insure he would have all the money he would need to live comfortably forever he sold his immortality drug to Andrew Carnagie and John Rockafeller, They now are known as Steve Jobs and Bill Gates respectively.
  • "Dr. Feelgood" is a Metal song by Mötley Crüe which is about a drug dealer who gave him his fix every now and again in Los Angeles. (thanks, Rachael - Hamilton, Ontario, Canada) The band reached its peak popularity in 1989, with the release of Dr. Feelgood, which was their fifth album. It became their only #1 album and stayed on the charts for 109 weeks after its release. (thanks, Jason - North Caldwell, NJ) Guitarist Mick Mars came up with the main guitar part and melody line for the chorus, which Sixx put words over. (thanks, justin - fredericton, Canada)
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  • 2008-06-30
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  • 4
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  • Scott Lautanen
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  • Gabrielle Stanton & Harry Werksman
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  • 2014-10-22
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  • 3
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Box Title
  • Easy A
Originaltitel
  • Dr. Feelgood
Album
  • Dr. Feelgood
Age
  • Adult
Hair
  • Red
Nummer
  • 3
Name
  • Dr. Feelgood
Genre
  • Metal
Caption
  • Someone with medical knowledge.
Sex
  • Female
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  • 12
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  • English
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  • Thin
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  • 115
Written By
  • Gabrielle Stanton & Harry Werksman
Air Date
  • 2007-10-12
Title
  • Dr. Feelgood
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  • Dr. Feelgood.png
Play
  • NPC
Released
  • 1989
Skin
  • Light
Gender
  • Male
Artist
  • Mötley Crüe
Directed By
  • Scott Lautanen
Source
  • DLC
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  • SR
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  • 1
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  • Dr. Feelgood is a quest from that is available to players who have Dr. Nick.
  • Dr. Feelgood is a Sim from The Sims 2 Castaway for the Nintendo DS. She is one of the four fellow Castaways. Once you bring her a catfish, your first task, and a bottle of water from the stream, which is your second task, you can trade with her.
  • "Dr. Feelgood" is a Metal song by Mötley Crüe which is about a drug dealer who gave him his fix every now and again in Los Angeles. (thanks, Rachael - Hamilton, Ontario, Canada) The band reached its peak popularity in 1989, with the release of Dr. Feelgood, which was their fifth album. It became their only #1 album and stayed on the charts for 109 weeks after its release. (thanks, Jason - North Caldwell, NJ) Guitarist Mick Mars came up with the main guitar part and melody line for the chorus, which Sixx put words over. (thanks, justin - fredericton, Canada) Vocalist Vince Neil looked back at this song to Rolling Stone in 2009: "I knew it was a classic from the time I heard that very first 'bomp bomp bomp bomp' — that intro just kind of grabs you. This song has been popular for 20 years. It was funny because I was watching VH1 and they had the Greatest Hard Rock Songs and 'Feelgood' was 15 or something. I was like, 'Wow, of all time.' Then you have Led Zeppelin and Aerosmith and AC/DC and 'Feelgood.' I was like, 'Wow, that's cool.' It's our signature song in some ways." Bassist Nikki Sixx recalled to Rolling Stone: "I remember it had a whole other set of lyrics. I had sort of forgotten that and I found them in a box recently. I was like, 'oh, wow.' It had a whole different theme to it. It was called 'Dr. Feelgood,' but a whole different thing lyrically. In the end it was inspired by drug dealers. Is there ever just one? A good drug addict always has more than one dealer." {| class="collapsible collapsed" style="width: 100%; text-align: center;"
  • Ein Vampir der erst kürzlich verwandelt wurde und ungehindert seinem Blutdurst nachgeht, versetzt die Stadt in Aufregen. Auch Mick und Beth suchen nach ihm. Allerdings ist die Zusammenarbeit der beiden schwierig, da sich Beth nicht daran gewöhnen kann, dass Mick ein Vampir ist.
  • In 1898, after many years of toiling in his lab,he accidentally created a powerful drug. due to the fact that at this time he was as poor as a starving third world child. he decided to take it to see what would happen. Much to his surprise. It made him immortal, to insure he would have all the money he would need to live comfortably forever he sold his immortality drug to Andrew Carnagie and John Rockafeller, They now are known as Steve Jobs and Bill Gates respectively.
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