Real Name: Dr. Cynthia Watson
Occupation: Scientist, Family Practitioner
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Date Of Birth: Unrevealed
Location: Santa Monica, CA
Background: Dr. Cynthia Watson has been studying aphrodisiacs and their history. For example, one of the traditions in Europe was that newlyweds would drink wine mixed with honey every night to help give them energy for "love making". The Puritans also had their own aphrodisiac: the dandelion weed, filled with Vitamin A.
Oysters are another well-known aphrodisiac. Oysters contain Zinc, which is used to help create testosterone. Herbs, spices, and dandelion wine are also aphrodisiacs; she believes that they help improve a person's "love life".
- "Charlie" - he visited Dr. Watson, complaining about a lack of sleep after eighteen hour workdays. She asked him about his sex life and he said that it was negatively affected. She prescribed him a regiment of herbs and vitamins. While at the office, he tried chocolates filled with herbs and spices. He later brought the chocolates home and ate them with his girlfriend. Later that night, they made love. He believes that the aphrodisiac chocolates helped them.
Extra Notes: Dr. Watson was featured as a part of a segment on aphrodisiacs on the January 31, 1997 episode.