Who says TV shows can't save lives!
In an episode of "The Office," the staff and Dunder Mifflin were doing CPR training and in the episode they said to start doing compressions to the song "Stayin' Alive" by The Bee Gees. During the episode it was funny and you thought no way that helps saved a life, but it did!
A guy by the name of Matt Uber heard his daughter running around their house giggling and then he heard a thud. He then found his 4-year-old daughter collapsed and unresponsive, and he then put his hands on her chest and did compressions. He told Today, "When I was trying to think about what do I know about CPR, (my mind literally went) to that episode of 'The Office,' where they are doing CPR training and doing the compressions to the beat of 'Stayin' Alive'."
After calling 911 and being transported to Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis, the doctors needed to know why a healthy 4-year-old just collapsed. They determined she had calmodulinopathy, an uncommon and life-threatening condition that causes arrhythmia in young people.