The audio podcasts are rambling, unfocused. Lots of 'ahs', 'uhs', 'ums', 'huh-huhs', hee-hees', 'anyways', 'okays', etc. fill the unscripted gaps. (Opps, the whole podcast is unscripted.) Busy med students, or pre-med students, will certainly find the wasted timme frustrating.
The video podcasts are even worse. Filmed on a windy patio, the sound quality is lacking. Doctor Dan needs assistance with presentation and make-up. And rubbing the nose with his hand during flue season? Editing (and hand washing) is needed.
He gets a one-star rating (down from two) for his back-handed complement to the US military. (His friend "was in the military ... no offense ... he culda done anything he wanted ... God bless him.")
These problems infect the latest podcast, which you'd expect to be more polished. Don't waste your time.