An interview with Emmy award-winning television writer and executive producer, Chris Nee about her show, Doc McStuffins. Chris wrote the show in order to help her own son Theo who suffers from severe asthma. Chris tells the story of watching her child struggle to breathe, and how she decided to use the skill set she has as a TV writer to help him. She describes the way that Doc, the 6 year old girl in the series, diagnoses and treats her stuffed animals who suffer from a wide variety of toy ailments. The show uses upbeat music, the comforting of various stuffed animals and the realistic expression of children’s fears to show kids how frightening experiences can be made safe and hopeful.