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a morbid fear of dirt or contamination

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GRUESOME Miles Chandler For germophobic DI Joseph Chandler (Rupert Penry-Jones), this is not his most pleasant case and there are plenty more shots of him obsessively washing, while poor old DS Miles (Phil Davis) is still being spooked by all the ominous noises the sound effects department can chuck at him.
30pm on MBC 2 HD When rivalry between the world's best men's figure skaters -- improvisational Chazz Michael Michaels and germophobic, precise Jimmy MacElroy -- breaks into a fight on the awards platform, they're banned from the event for life.
Now she appears in another hit sitcom aimed at slightly older kids, The Big Bang Theory, playing the adorably frumpynerdy Amy Farrah Fowler, a neurobiologist and sometime love interest for the adorably nerdy germophobic physicist Sheldon Cooper.
JAYMA MAYS may currently be seen on "Glee" as the germophobic guidance counselor Emma Pillsbury.
The promise of a fresh-one-every-time and lack-of-contamination by nonwovens wet wipes is more compelling than ever in today's germophobic environment.
And William H Macy pops up as a germophobic scientist.
If you're germophobic like me, (although I have yet to find anyone as germophobic as me except for my hero Michael Jackson, a picture of whose white gloves still sits framed over my mantlepiece, may he rest in peace), the thought of making the flu vaccine a yearly ritual supervised by starchy healthcare professionals is about as appealing as jumping into Lake Ontario on a warm day with a hamburger in my pants pocket.