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Today in Heritage History, 1975, the first kidney transplant is televised during a regular morning broadcast of the Today Show. Not to be outdone during Sweeps Week, Jerry Springer broadcasts his version of televised surgery re-airing a previous show where an angry lesbian rips out a spleen from her just-found-out-is-really-a-bisexual, “girlfriend”.  And wrapping up the week, Regis Philbin decides to air his polyp removal surgery, testosterone replacement therapy plus a re-broadcast of Cathy Gifford’s hysterectomy, and fanny tuck.