Do you faint at the sight of blood? As long as it's not my blood. No, but it's important to wear sterile gloves if I'm going to be touching any. Maybe just a little... Never! Blood is just a natural part of the human body after all! You're about to open up a person's chest. What equipment do you need? Hand me an apron, a few knives and my trusty artery hook and I'll be in and out in no time! You mean open up their heart to work out how to thrill and delight them, right? … Right …? We're checking to see if there's anything been stashed in the body, right? Just a knife and a lantern should do the trick. Let's see, an oscillating saw, a retractor, some vicryl sutures, an electrocautery… You're stocking your own museum, what do you put in it? An interactive digital library of up to date medical information. Dozens of anatomical specimens preserved in formaldehyde, with carefully handwritten labels. Different varieties of spades and shovels. Well, I'd want it to be entertaining. Lots of things that will dazzle and excite the audience! I mean, visitors. It's time to saw off a leg but you don't have any anaesthetic. What do you do? Give the patient some gin to calm them down. If that doesn't work they can just bite down on a rag. I think I need some gin… Need to stop someone screaming? Well, there's no need to keep them alive… Postpone the appointment until this unusual anaesthetic shortage is resolved. What would you choose to wear to work? A white coat. A silk lined cape. A blood splattered leather apron. A battered old hat and mud covered boots. What kind of environment would you like to work in? A pristine, state of the art operating theatre with all the latest equipment. Never mind the operating part, just a theatre would suit me fine! In the dark, at the bottom of a hole. Well, it's called an operating theatre, so there needs to be room for the audience… What would you be most likely to be overheard saying? Business, my favourite! CRASH TROLLEY, NOW! Gentlemen, your watches! Abracadabra!