How well do you know your veterinarian? Beethoven‘s Dr. Varnick is a murderer hidden in plain, suburban sight. Secretly, Varnick performs experiments and ammunition tests on animals. Which means he shoots them in the head to see what will happen. I don’t know what he expects to find out. You shoot something in the head. It dies. Is he trying to find a super-powered dog like Samuel L. Jackson in Unbreakable?
Hellraiser II‘s Dr. Channard gets everything that’s coming to him. He raises the dead and opens a portal to Hell by making sacrifices of his mental health patients and feeding corpses to demons. But wouldn’t you know it, the evil beings he unleashes double-cross him before torturing and killing him and transforming him into a Cenobite. That’s why you can’t trust those Hell people. They get the lowest rankings on eBay.
Though not necessarily evil, 30 Rock’s Dr. Spaceman (pronounced Spechemin) and The Simpsons‘ Dr. Nick are some of the most dangerous doctors on television. They caused more harm and death than good with their spotty medical knowledge, misdiagnoses, and practice of prescribing dangerous drug combinations. Of everyone on this list, they seem the most like Conrad Murray. Although he hasn’t been cleared of being a cannibal yet.