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Ken Jeong hearts the Bee Gees

Here's a look at Ken Jeong's new public service announcement for the American Heart Association, featuring his buxom blond  "daughters" and a near-tragic game of charades that requires CPR.

Aside from Jeong's usual manic hijinx, the PSA also contains one bit of information that's been an unofficial part of CPR training for a few years now: The rate at which you should perform chest-compressions on a victim is roughly equivalent to the beat of the Bee Gees' 1977 disco hit "Stayin' Alive." That's about 100 beats per minute, which is actually slightly slower than the average disco song.

Musical genres that would probably not work well for CPR: Salsa, house, hard-core punk.

 

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