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List of "Scrubs" episodes From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search The following is a complete episode list for the television show Scrubs, which began being broadcast on October 2, 2001. NBC had announced that Scrubs would end after its seventh season, containing a reduced 18 episodes. However, a writer's strike ended up cutting the show's episodes down to 11, and Scrubs ended its run on NBC with a total of 150 episodes. However, as of mid-April 2008, the cast returned to film an additional 18 episodes to be run as Season 8 by ABC. In addition, a special called "My Charlie Brown Christmas" was created by Daniel Russ and Ryan Levin for the Scrubs 2003 Christmas party, it is a re-cut and re-dub of A Charlie Brown Christmas, starring the cast of Scrubs. All episode titles begin with the word "My", unless the bulk of the episode is narrated by someone other than J.D., in which case they are named "His Story", "Her Story", or "Their Story", with Roman numerals denoting subsequent episodes by the same name. As of May 6, 2009, 168 episodes of Scrubs have been broadcast. The first seven seasons are available on DVD in Regions 1, 2 and 4. Contents [hide] 1 Series overview 2 Season 1: 2001-2002 3 Season 2: 2002-2003 4 Season 3: 2003-2004 5 Season 4: 2004-2005 6 Season 5: 2006 7 Season 6: 2006-2007 8 Season 7: 2007-2008 9 Season 8: 2009 10 References 11 External links  Series overview Season Episodes Season premiere Season finale U.S. ratings (rank) DVD releases Region 1 Region 2 Region 4 1 24 October 2, 2001 May 21, 2002 11.2 million (40th place) May 17, 2005 June 27, 2005 June 29, 2005 2 22 September 26, 2002 April 17, 2003 15.9 million (15th place) November 15, 2005 September 12, 2005 September 19, 2005 3 22 October 2, 2003 May 4, 2004 10.4 million (43rd place) May 9, 2006 February 13, 2006 February 22, 2006 4 25 August 31, 2004 May 10, 2005 6.9 million (88th place) October 10, 2006 September 18, 2006 September 27, 2006 5 24 January 3, 2006 May 16, 2006 6.4 million (98th place) May 22, 2007 June 18, 2007 June 6, 2007 6 22 November 30, 2006 May 17, 2007 6.4 million (87th place) YouTube-Scrubs Season 7 Bloopers [Full]
October 30, 2007 January 14, 2008 December 5, 2007 7 11 October 25, 2007 May 8, 2008 6.38 million (115th place) November 11, 2008 January 19, 2009 December 3, 2008 8 18 January 6, 2009 May 6, 2009 — August 25, 2009 — —  Season 1: 2001-2002 The first season follows J.D. (Zach Braff) and his best friend Turk (Donald Faison) in their first year out of medical school as interns at Sacred Heart Hospital. J.D. quickly meets his reluctant mentor, Dr. Perry Cox (John C. McGinley); an attractive young woman (and fellow intern) named Elliot (Sarah Chalke), on whom he has a crush; the hospital's janitor (Neil Flynn), who goes out of his way to make J.D.'s life miserable; the Chief of Medicine, Dr. Bob Kelso (Ken Jenkins), who is more concerned about the budget than the patients; and Carla Espinosa (Judy Reyes), the head nurse and Turk's new girlfriend, who puts Turk through the trials and tribulations of being in a serious relationship. The characters face romances and relationship issues, family obligations, overwhelming paperwork, and a tremendous number of patients. The first season also introduces minor characters such as "The Todd" (Robert Maschio), a surgeon and sexual deviant; Ted (Sam Lloyd), the hospital's sad-sack lawyer; Laverne (Aloma Wright), a nurse and Carla's good friend; Jordan Sullivan (Christa Miller), an administrative official and Dr. Cox's ex-wife and Doug Murphy (Johnny Kastl), a nervous young doctor who often accidentally kills patients. # Title Directed by Written by Original airdate PC 1 "My First Day" Adam Bernstein Bill Lawrence October 2, 2001 101 In the series opener, all the major characters are introduced as they start life at Sacred Heart Hospital. 2 "My Mentor" Adam Bernstein Bill Lawrence October 4, 2001 102 J.D. tries to get to know Dr. Cox, but is rebuffed. Turk actively pursues Carla
and succeeds through candor where swagger and machismo have failed. Elliot gets on Carla's wrong side. J.D. tries to convince his patient (John Ducey) to quit smoking. 3 "My Best Friend's Mistake" Adam Bernstein Eric Weinberg October 9, 2001 103 Elliot takes issue with the terms of endearment Dr. Kelso uses for her, but naïvely follows Dr. Cox's advice and confronts Kelso about it. J.D. misses Turk's company because they are both too busy to hang out, and he worries that a patient's post-op reaction is Turk's fault. Elliot and J.D. are getting close, but an interrupted kiss might make the difference between being friends and something more. Features the song "A little respect" by Erasure. 4 "My Old Lady" Marc Buckland Matt Tarses October 16, 2001 104 The three interns have to face death for the first time: J.D.'s patient is a headstrong but kindly old woman, Turk's is a young man who just needs some company, and Elliot's is a Hispanic woman who does not speak any English. The episode's writer, Matt Tarses, won the 2002 Humanitas Prize in the 30 Minute Category for this episode. 5 "My Two Dads" Craig Zisk Neil Goldman and Garrett Donovan October 23, 2001 105 J.D. has to decide between Dr. Cox or Dr. Kelso as a mentor. The decision isn't made any easier when all three, along with Dr. Kelso's lapdog Dr. Steadman, play a game of golf together. Elliot believes her breasts to have healing powers. In order to make up to Carla, Turk gives her a pen that, unbeknownst to him, was previously removed from a patient's rectum. YouTube-Scrubs Season 8 - JD tells Elliot how much he loves her
Dr. Cox's actions to help an uninsured patient earn him a suspension. Louie Anderson has a cameo role in this episode. 6 "My Bad" Marc Buckland Gabrielle Allan October 30, 2001 106 Dr. Cox's suspension puts his future at the hospital in doubt. Elliot discovers her patient, Dr. Greenberg, is a psychiatrist, and begins to act like his patient. J.D. has a beautiful but self-absorbed board member as a patient, and he winds up having sex with her. Unfortunately, he finds out that she is Dr. Cox's ex-wife, Jordan (Christa Miller, in her first appearance in the series). J.D. tries to convince Jordan to help Dr. Cox. Wedding footage in the episode was taken from Miller's real-life wedding to series-creator Bill Lawrence. 7 "My Super Ego" Peter Lauer Mike Schwartz November 6, 2001 107 J.D. relishes being the best intern, but then has to face competition from fellow intern Nick Murdoch (Sean Hayes). Turk confronts his fear of making a mistake in surgery after thinking he has accidentally nicked a patient's colon. 8 "My Fifteen Minutes" Lawrence Trilling Eric Weinberg November 15, 2001 108 J.D. and Turk save the life of a TV cameraman, which makes them celebrities. Dr. Kelso decides to take advantage of this by using Turk in advertisements for the hospital aimed at the African-American community, with slogans such as "Our MD's have Mad Skills" and "Time to Get an EKG, G". Cox is supposed to write J.D.'s intern evaluation but tells J.D. to do it himself. When J.D. refuses, Dr. Cox reveals that he wanted J.D. to do it so that he could discover his own shortcomings and judge himself. Features the song "Wonderful" by Everclear. 9 "My Day Off" Elodie Keene Janae Bakken November 20, 2001 109 J.D. develops appendicitis and sees the hospital from the patients' point of view. Elliot and Turk are his medical and surgical interns respectively. Michael McDonald guest-stars as Mike Davis. 10 "My Nickname" Matthew Diamond Bill Lawrence November 27, 2001 110 J.D. and Carla's relationship changes when he starts to have more medical knowledge than her and takes offense at her nickname for him ("Bambi"). Elliot treats Jill (Nicole Sullivan), a patient who's just as nervous and neurotic as she. The Janitor comes up with a new nickname for J.D. 11 "My Own Personal Jesus" Jeff Melman Debra Fordham December 11, 2001 111 Turk loses his faith in a just God after spending a night on call on Christmas Eve. Elliot searches for a missing pregnant girl. Dr. Cox assigns J.D. to videotape the childbirth of one of Dr. Cox's friends. The title refers to the song "Personal Jesus" by Depeche Mode. 12 "My Blind Date" Marc Buckland Mark Stegemann January 8, 2002 112 J.D. must look after a social worker, Alex, who slipped in the hospital and winds up stuck in an MRI machine. They flirt, but J.D. is reluctant to ask her out without knowing what she looks like. Elliot tries to gain Dr. Cox's favor the way J.D. has. Turk is angry at Carla and she can't figure out why. Guest-stars include Michael McDonald as Mike Davis, Elizabeth Bogush as Alex, and Jimmie Walker as himself. 13 "My Balancing Act" Michael Spiller Neil Goldman and Garrett Donovan January 15, 2002 113 J.D.'s relationship with Alex is jeopardized by the amount of time he spends at the hospital. Turk and Carla experience bedroom-related problems. Elizabeth Bogush guest-stars as Alex. The episode features an allusion to the book The House of God. 14 "My Drug Buddy" Michael Spiller Matt Tarses January 22, 2002 114 When drugs go missing, Elliot suspects a patient who is a former drug addict, but Alex defends him. Elliot tells J.D. that she thinks Alex will hurt him and J.D. accuses her of being jealous. Alex ends up being the one who took the drugs. She and J.D. part on uncertain terms, and J.D. tries to confront Elliot about her accusation of the patient. Carla gets a ride from Dr. Kelso. Elizabeth Bogush guest-stars as Alex. The episode shares the same title as a song by the Lemonheads of the album It's a Shame about Ray. 15 "My Bed Banter & Beyond" Lawrence Trilling Gabrielle Allan February 5, 2002 115 The episode switches between Elliot and J.D. spending a sex-filled day in bed and the ensuing weeks, where their new relationship breaks down. The hospital staff reveals their feelings to a psychologist. 16 "My Heavy Meddle" Will Mackenzie Mike Schwartz February 26, 2002 116 J.D. and Elliot are not talking to each other after breaking up, but with Turk's help they get on better terms. Dr. Cox goes on the rampage. 17 "My Student" Matthew Diamond Story: Mark Stegemann, Teleplay: Janae Bakken & Debra Fordham March 5, 2002 117 The interns receive their first medical students. J.D.'s is very much like he was at the beginning, Elliot's is a jerk but the son of the CEO of the corporation that owns the hospital, and Turk's is a smart, confident woman to whom Dr. Cox is attracted. Guest stars Kelli Williams as Kristen Murphy. 18 "My Tuscaloosa Heart" Lawrence Trilling Story: Janae Bakken, Teleplay: Debra Fordham & Mark Stegemann February 12, 2002 118 J.D. feels guilty when a rude patient, whom he ignored, dies. Carla assures him that it was the terminal cancer, but J.D. is unable to sleep. Dr. Cox is unable to decide between the three women he likes. Elliot and Turk discover a possible new side to Dr. Kelso. The title is taken from "My Tuscaloosa Heart" by Ken Jenkins, which features in the episode. 19 "My Old Man" Adam Bernstein Matt Tarses April 9, 2002 119 The interns' parents come to visit. Carla deals with the fact that she is just like Turk's mother. Elliot questions why she became a doctor. Guest stars include R. Lee Ermey as the Janitor's father, Lane Davies as Elliot's father, Markie Post as Elliot's mother, with Hattie Winston as Turk's mom and John Ritter as J.D.'s father, Sam Dorian. 20 "My Way or the Highway" Adam Bernstein Eric Weinberg April 16, 2002 120 Due to Turk's competitiveness, Turk convinces J.D.'s patient to decide upon surgery instead of medicine, which angers J.D. Elliot falls for a patient, Sean (Scott Foley). Dr. Kelso fires two nurses and after Dr. Cox confronts him, he fires 'Coffee Nurse.' Guest stars Fred Stoller. 21 "My Sacrificial Clam" Marc Buckland Story: Debra Fordham, Teleplay: Janae Bakken & Mark Stegemann April 30, 2002 121 J.D. is struck by a needle full of blood contaminated with Hepatitis B. Cleared from infection, he becomes scared of getting sick. Elliot chooses the hospital over her new boyfriend Sean (Scott Foley). Cameo appearances from William Daniels, Eric Laneuville, Stephen Furst and Ed Begley, Jr. (all who were regular cast members on Hospital drama St. Elsewhere). 22 "My Occurrence" Lawrence Trilling Bill Lawrence May 7, 2002 122 Jordan's brother and Dr. Cox's best friend Ben (Brendan Fraser) comes into the hospital after piercing his hand with a nail-gun; however Dr. Cox and J.D. later become worried when his hand won't stop bleeding, with J.D. going into denial about the results of Ben's tests. A series of paperwork bungles nearly has Turk operate on the wrong patient, and has Elliot incorrectly inform Jill (Nicole Sullivan) that she's pregnant. 23 "My Hero" Michael Spiller Neil Goldman and Garrett Donovan May 14, 2002 123 Ben (Brendan Fraser) begins treatment for leukemia, but Dr. Cox has a hard time being supportive because he cares about Ben too much. Turk's ego takes a hit from the attending surgeon Dr. Wen, and Carla and Elliot scorch Dr. Kelso in a personal review. J.D. is very spooked to discover that the janitor knows far too much about him. Guest stars Lela Lee as Bonnie. 24 "My Last Day" Michael Spiller Gabrielle Allan & Mike Schwartz May 21, 2002 124 The interns realize they have become jaded after working at the hospital for a year, and they decide to treat a patient aggressively. After Dr. Cox chides Jordan for her predictability, she reveals all the main characters' secrets to each other.  Season 2: 2002-2003 The second season focuses on Dr. John Dorian's second year practicing medicine at Sacred Heart, where he is now a resident. In the season opener, everyone is still in shock from the secrets Jordan just revealed ("My Last Day"). As the season develops, J.D.'s older brother Dan (Tom Cavanagh) comes to visit, money issues affect J.D., Elliot, and Turk, Turk proposes to Carla, and Elliot finds a new boyfriend, a nurse named Paul Flowers (Rick Schroder). Dr. Cox resumes a sexual relationship with his ex-wife Jordan, with quite unexpected results. # Title Original airdate Production code Director Writer(s) 25 My Overkill September 26, 2002 201 Adam Bernstein Bill Lawrence After Jordan revealed that she slept with J.D., he expects the worst from Dr. Cox. Elliot, embarrassed by Jordan's revelation about her lingering feelings for J.D., is avoiding J.D. at all costs. Carla is angry with Turk for not telling her that Dr. Cox was in love with her, and Dr. Cox is annoyed at Dr. Kelso for being played for a non-existent promotion and at J.D. for sleeping with Jordan. Guest-stars Colin Hay as the troubadour. A new design for the opening credits was introduced with this episode, with Neil Flynn (the "Janitor") listed as a regular cast member. The network behind Scrubs did not approve of the opening scene, featuring Colin Hay performing an acoustic version of "Overkill", such a scene had never been done by a sitcom. The episode's title is derived from the featured song "Overkill", which Colin Hay performs onscreen. Featured music: "Elenour" by Eddie Quick "Overkill" by Colin Hay (originally a Men at Work song) 26 My Nightingale October 3, 2002 202 Craig Zisk Eric Weinberg The residents spend a night on-call with no attending physicians available and deal with the responsibility of running the hospital on their own and having to make a tough decision about a patient. Meanwhile, Cox struggles with his feelings for Jordan. Featured music: Themes to The Facts of Life, The Six Million Dollar Man and Charles in Charge by The Blanks 27 My Case Study October 10, 2002 203 Michael Spiller Gabrielle Allan Dr. Kelso starts an impromptu competition with the residents, offering an all-expenses-paid medical conference outing in Reno if they can bring him the most interesting case study. J.D. wants to compete, but fears he will fall out of favor with Dr. Cox if he does. The entire hospital takes advantage of Dr. Kelso's annual good mood the day after he renews "marital activities" with his wife Enid. Elliot worries that she isn't getting along well with Carla. Guest-stars Michael McDonald as Mike Davis. Featured music: "In The Mood" by Glenn Miller Orchestra "What a Diff'rence a Day Made" by Dinah Washington "Caught by the River" by The Doves "Drowned" by Poor Rich Ones 28 My Big Mouth October 17, 2002 204 Paul Quinn Mark Stegemann J.D. and Carla's relationship deteriorates when J.D. accidentally reveals some of Carla's secrets. The surgical residents compete for a trip to Mexico with Dr. Kelso. Elliot worries that she isn't presenting a competent image to Dr. Cox and takes on some harrowing cases to improve it. 29 My New Coat October 24, 2002 205 Marc Buckland Matt Tarses J.D. gets an ego boost by wearing a white doctor's coat, but also has to accept the increased responsibilities that come with it. Elliot's reputation suffers when she has a one-night stand with another Sacred Heart doctor. Featured music: "A Little Better" by Keren DeBerg "Here Comes My Baby" by Cat Stevens 30 My Big Brother October 31, 2002 206 Michael Spiller Tim Hobert J.D.'s older brother Dan (Tom Cavanagh) drops by for a visit, but J.D. can't hide how ashamed he is of his brother's life. Turk learns a lesson when he makes a bet with Dr. Cox on whether a patient lives or dies. Meanwhile, Sacred Heart staff is in costume for Halloween, and one person in particular is wreaking havoc in a gorilla suit, much to Dr. Kelso's disgust. Featured music: "Something's Always Wrong" by Toad the Wet Sprocket 31 My First Step November 7, 2002 207 Lawrence Trilling Mike Schwartz Julie Keaton (Heather Locklear), the attractive pharmaceutical representative on whom everyone has a secret crush, arrives at Sacred Heart, and tensions between her and Dr. Cox run high. J.D. and Elliot bicker over which one is the better doctor. Carla considers the drawbacks of being "just a nurse". Featured music: "Bad Case Of Loving You (Doctor, Doctor)" by Robert Palmer "Rain King" by Counting Crows 32 My Fruit Cups November 14, 2002 208 Ken Whittingham Janae Bakken Dr. Cox and Julie (Heather Locklear) hook up, but Cox's new happiness is complicated when a pregnant Jordan arrives. J.D. and Turk suffer from a poor financial situation, and continue to steal food and toilet paper from the hospital. Elliot's father cuts her off after she refuses to become an OBGYN as he wishes. Featured music: "Jimmy Cracked Corn (as Neil Diamond)" by Donald Faison "Mother We Just Can't Get Enough" by New Radicals "If I Had $1000000" by Barenaked Ladies "Ride Wit Me" by Nelly 33 My Lucky Day December 5, 2002 209 Lawrence Trilling Debra Fordham Elliot is forced to move out and also has to deal with a malpractice suit. J.D. shows up Dr. Cox and an unofficial competition begins between them. Guest-stars Alan Ruck as Mr. Bragin, and features cameo appearances by David Copperfield and John Ritter. Until season 8's "My Last Words", this was the only episode in which the Janitor does not appear. Featured music: "Under Pressure" by Queen and David Bowie 34 My Monster December 12, 2002 210 Gail Mancuso Angela Nissel Problems develop in the relationships of Turk and Carla and of Dr. Cox and Jordan. J.D. considers exactly how much the hospital consumes their lives; the stress and general gross experiences he deals with everyday are stealing his "mojo" just as he starts dating Lisa the gift Shop Girl (Sarah Lancaster). Having lost the apartment her father paid for, Elliot is forced to live in the back of a moving truck as she has no time to find another place. Featured music: "Dreaming of You" by The Coral (this song is replaced by Here Come the Mummies' "Dirty Minds" in the iTunes release) "Daydreams and Lies" by Keren DeBerg 35 My Sex Buddy January 2, 2003 211 Will Mackenzie Garrett Donovan & Neil Goldman Not wanting to repeat their last disastrous relationship, J.D. and Elliot agree to remain "sex buddies," but J.D. isn't satisfied with this arrangement. Turk tries to help out Elliot with her workload, but his efforts backfire. Carla learns a lesson about why hospitals can't always give definite answers. Featured music: "Tell Her This" by Del Amitri 36 My New Old Friend January 9, 2003 212 Chris Koch Gabrielle Allan J.D.'s feelings for Elliot continue to grow even after they break off casual sex; he tries seeing Lisa (Sarah Lancaster) again. Dr. Cox and Carla misdiagnose a hypochondriac (Richard Kind) patient after not taking his claims seriously. Dr. Kelso teaches Turk a lesson about the small lies their patients tell them. Featured music: "She Says" by Howie Day "Eye of the Tiger" by Survivor 37 My Philosophy January 16, 2003 213 Chris Koch Story: Bill Lawrence, Teleplay: Matt Tarses & Tim Hobert Elliot demands single-sex locker rooms from Dr. Kelso, who is considering ways he might acquire a bigger office. Turk pops the question to Carla, but not in the way he'd originally planned. A favorite patient of J.D. is back in the hospital for her heart condition. Featured music: "Waiting For My Real Life To Begin" by Colin Hay, performed by Jill Tracy with the Scrubs cast "At Last" performed by Keren DeBerg 38 My Brother, My Keeper January 23, 2003 214 Michael Spiller Eric Weinberg Turk's brother Kevin (D.L. Hughley) comes to visit with important news; Turk's feelings of inadequacy and debt to his brother surface. Dr. Townshend (Dick van Dyke), an elderly doctor liked by everyone, runs into trouble with his best friend Dr. Kelso when J.D. screws up an out-dated procedure under his supervision. Featured music: "Hello, Ma Baby" by The Blanks and Dick van Dyke "Gone" by Tart "My Fault" by Keren DeBerg "Bulletproof Glow" by Avion 39 His Story January 30, 2003 215 Ken Whittingham Bonnie Schneider & Hadley Davis This episode is narrated from Dr. Cox's, rather than J.D.'s, viewpoint. Dr. Cox discusses the hospital and Jordan in his sessions with his psychiatrist, Dr. Gross (Eric Bogosian). Elliot is thrilled to meet Paul Flowers (Rick Schroder), an attractive and charming doctor...until she learns he's actually a nurse. Carla finally says yes to Turk's proposal. Featured music: "The Stripper" by David Rose "Question" by Old 97's 40 My Karma February 20, 2003 216 Marc Buckland Janae Bakken & Debra Fordham J.D. and Turk attempt to cover up the fact they were hitting golf balls off the roof and may have caused the accident that landed their patient in the hospital, but the Janitor knows... Jordan finally gives birth, and reveals to J.D. who the father of her baby is, and asks him to keep her secret. 41 My Own Private Practice Guy March 13, 2003 217 Marc Buckland Angela Nissel & Mark Stegemann J.D. comes to admire his patient's private practice doctor, Dr. Peter Fisher (Jay Mohr), but is shocked to find out Peter was actually the reason Jordan and Dr. Cox divorced. The Janitor starts flirting with Elliot, and Carla begins to worry about her appearance. Features a cameo appearance by Jay Leno. Featured music: Sweet Georgia Brown by Brother Bones & His Shadows 42 My T.C.W. March 20, 2003 218 Adam Bernstein Bill Lawrence Dr. Cox switches from female to dog names for J.D. after an interesting bestiality rumor about J.D. makes the rounds. Dr. Cox competes with baby Jack for Jordan's attention; relationship troubles crop up for Elliot and Paul and for Turk and Carla. When J.D. accepts a date from Jamie Moyer (Amy Smart), the very attractive wife of a comatose patient, his friends give him flak for it. The title is an abbreviation for "Tasty Coma Wife," the moniker J.D. and Turk give to Jamie. Featured music: Boy on TV by Keren DeBerg Come Around by Rhett Miller 43 My Kingdom March 27, 2003 219 Michael Spiller April Pesa When J.D. does a temporary surgery elective, his friendship with Turk suffers as he tries to win popularity. The Janitor gets a new power saw. Dr. Cox's plays a prank on Dr. Kelso while he's away, and it gets a little out of hand. Elliot's slip of the tongue drastically changes her relationship with Paul. Featured music: "The Payback" by James Brown "Samantha" by Keren DeBerg Poison By Bell Biv DeVoe Folgers Coffee, Mennen, McDonalds jingles performed by The Blanks "Blind, Deaf and Dumb" By The Churchills "High Time" By Michael Penn 44 My Interpretation April 3, 2003 220 Will Mackenzie Story: Mike Schwartz, Teleplay: Garrett Donovan & Neil Goldman J.D. attends the funeral of Jamie's (Amy Smart) husband, with predictable results. Turk has a sex dream about Elliot and is bewildered and embarrassed by it. Dr. Cox experiences still more mixed feelings about raising a child he still believes is not his. Featured music: "99 Luftballons" by Nena "Let's Get It On" by Marvin Gaye 45 My Drama Queen April 10, 2003 221 Michael Spiller Will Berson J.D.'s relationship with Jamie (Amy Smart) takes a few interesting twists; Elliot correctly identifies her as a drama queen. Carla's mother dies. Dr. Cox is stuck with Ted in teaching a sensitivity seminar after Dr. Kelso witnesses Dr. Cox being particularly vicious towards a patient. Featured music: "Sleep" by Keren DeBerg "Sex Machine" by James Brown "Don't You (Forget About Me)" by Simple Minds 46 My Dream Job April 17, 2003 222 Bill Lawrence Tim Hobert & Matt Tarses The end of the second year has the residents finding their jobs too monotonous; luckily, Spence (Ryan Reynolds), an old college buddy of J.D. and Turk's, visits and lightens things up, perhaps a little too much. Dr. Cox learns the truth about baby Jack and confides in J.D. he doesn't think he'd make a good father. J.D. encourages Cox to imagine being a father, and as Dr. Kelso further attempts to break Elliot's spirit, Dr. Cox steps in. Featured music: "Pinch Me" by Barenaked Ladies "Candy Man" performed by Sammy Davis Jr. "Sunday" by Keren DeBerg "My Brilliant Feat" by Colin Hay  Season 3: 2003-2004 It's J.D.'s, Elliot's, and Turk's third year at Sacred Heart and second year as residents. As the season opens, Elliot decides to change her image, with some help from the Janitor. J.D.'s undeniable crush on Elliot emerges again, but J.D. instead begins a relationship with Jordan's sister Danni (Tara Reid), who is also dealing with feelings for her ex. Turk and Carla are engaged and planning their wedding. Turk, along with the Todd and the other surgical residents, deal with the new attending surgeon, Dr. Grace Miller (Bellamy Young), who dislikes Turk and considers him sexist. Dr. Cox and Jordan are doing well with their relationship and their son Jack, although Dr. Cox develops a schoolboy crush on Dr. Miller. He also struggles with the death of his best friend. Elliot gets into a serious relationship with Sean Kelly (Scott Foley) and tries to work out their long distance relationship while he's in New Zealand for 6 months. # Title Original airdate Production code Director Writer(s) 47 My Own American Girl October 2, 2003 301 Bill Lawrence Bill Lawrence J.D, Turk, and Carla work together to diagnose one of J.D.'s patients. Elliot, frustrated that everyone walks all over her and desperately needing to change her bad-luck streak, acts on some advice from the Janitor and gets a make-over. Guest stars Scott Foley as Sean Kelly. Featured music: "Faith" by George Michael "Beautiful Day" by U2 "American Girl" by Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers 48 My Journey October 9, 2003 302 Michael Spiller Tim Hobert Turk and Carla set the date for their wedding. J.D. is worried about losing his close friendship with Turk and asks him out on a "man date." Elliot gets back together with her ex-boyfriend Sean (Scott Foley), but the relationship has a rocky start. Carla obsesses over whose urine is in an unmarked container left at the nurses' station. The title refers to the featured song "Don't Stop Believin'," by one of J.D.'s (and Zach Braff's) favorite bands, Journey. Featured music: "Don't Stop Believin'" by Journey 49 My White Whale October 23, 2003 303 Michael Spiller Eric Weinberg Jordan and Dr. Cox worry about Jack's slight cough and try to get him seen by the hospital's own pediatrician, Dr. Dave Norris (Christopher Meloni), who is as obnoxious as Dr. Cox. The residents get their own interns and the inevitable problems that come with them: Turk is too heavy-handed, J.D. fails to assert his authority, and Elliot continues to deal with her own insecurities. J.D. reluctantly accepts help from dolphin trainer Sean (Scott Foley). Featured music: "Lovin' You" by Minnie Riperton "Disappear" by Dina D'Allesandro 50 My Lucky Night October 30, 2003 304 John Inwood Neil Goldman & Garrett Donovan J.D. distracts the Janitor and Troy the Cafeteria Guy with a riddle. Dr. Cox and Dr. Jeffrey Steadman (Matt Winston) compete for the residency director position. Carla gets to work with Turk when she covers for one of the surgical nurses; Turk is annoyed at first but then appreciative when Dr. Wen (Charles Chun) says it was as though he had a lucky charm in the room with him. Sean's (Scott Foley) and Elliot's relationship hits rocky ground; J.D. seizes the opportunity to admit his hidden feelings for her. Featured music: "Blind, Deaf and Dumb" by The Churchills "Don't Know Much" by Linda Ronstadt & Aaron Neville, performed by Donald Faison "Almost Feeling Better" by Keren DeBerg & Tart "On and On" by Keren DeBerg "Late Nights and Homies" by Library Cue "Cindy" by Tammany Hall NYC 51 My Brother, Where Art Thou? November 6, 2003 305 Marc Buckland Mike Schwartz J.D's brother Dan (Tom Cavanagh) visits again and blames Dr. Cox for making J.D. cynical. After warning hospital staff against taking other jobs, Dr. Kelso catches Elliot and Carla moonlighting at an animal hospital. 52 My Advice to You November 13, 2003 306 Gail Mancuso Debra Fordham Carla's brother Marco (Freddy Rodriguez) visits and does his best to aggravate Turk. Dr. Cox and Dr. Kelso differ in their opinions over patient care, and Dr. Cox is surprised to find that J.D. is taking Dr. Kelso's advice. J.D. is interested in Danni (Tara Reid), a girl who seems sweet, if a little wacky (she has an active inner monologue and speaks random thoughts aloud). But his delight is squashed when he discovers she's Jordan's sister. "Bad Day" by R.E.M. 53 My Fifteen Seconds November 20, 2003 307 Ken Whittingham Mark Stegemann J.D. and Danni (Tara Reid) hook up, prompting Dr. Cox to reveal to Danni that J.D. slept with Jordan. Meanwhile, Dr. Cox and J.D. deal with an extremely annoying patient, Jill Tracy (Nicole Sullivan), and almost miss something extremely important because they spend so little time with their patients (an average of 15 seconds, according to J.D.). Dr. Kelso goes temporarily deaf after using cheap stethoscopes, and Carla's medical advice to Elliot provokes tension between them. Features a cameo appearance by Erik Estrada. Featured music: "I've Been Waiting" by Matthew Sweet 54 My Friend the Doctor December 4, 2003 308 Ken Whittingham Gabrielle Allan When Dr. Cox hurts his back showing off in front of Turk, he begins to realize he's not as young as he used to be. J.D. isn't impressed with the false personalities the Janitor uses on the rest of the staff, until he recognizes him playing a transit policeman in The Fugitive (in which Neil Flynn did appear) and concludes that the Janitor is an actor. Featured music: "Stuck in a Moment You Can't Get Out Of" by U2 "Hero" by Enrique Iglesias "Someone" by Tammany Hall NYC 55 My Dirty Secret December 11, 2003 309 Chris Koch Matt Tarses After accidentally giving a patient an orgasm during a pelvic examination, Elliot admits she has a problem with the clinical terms for genitalia. Carla attempts to help Elliot get over her fear of "dirty words," but realizes she may be too assertive for her own good. Dr. Cox is moved by the relationship between a prostate cancer patient, Mr. Randolph (Barry Bostwick), and his wife. J.D gives advice to Dr. Cox about his relationship with Jordan and his son, and when it doesn't pan out, is subject to Dr. Cox's revenge. Featured music: "Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman?" by Bryan Adams "We Don't Have To Take Our Clothes Off" by Jermaine Stewart "Do It Again" by Stroke 9 "Timing's Off" by Tart "Moving" by Tart Note: This episode was originally scheduled to be broadcast on October 16, 2003. However, the entire NBC lineup was pulled due to the Major League Baseball 2003 American League Championship Series on FOX going to a 7th game. The other NBC shows from that night (Friends, ER, and Will & Grace) all shifted their scheduled episodes to the following week. For reasons unknown, this episode was not shifted to the following week, and was broadcast out of order (with some small edits in an attempt to hide the inconsistencies, such as Sean being present). This episode was broadcast in its original form and original order in some international markets. 56 My Rule of Thumb January 22, 2004 310 Craig Zisk Janae Bakken Elliot and Carla get arrested looking for a gigolo for a terminally ill patient who wants to lose her virginity before she dies. Danni (Tara Reid) is uncomfortable after walking in on Jordan and Dr. Cox having sex, and asks J.D. if she could stay at his place. J.D. starts having second thoughts almost immediately after initially agreeing. Dr. Cox and Turk clash over a friend of Dr. Cox who needs a liver transplant. Featured music: "Happy-Go-Lucky Me" by Paul Evans "It's Raining Men" by The Weather Girls 57 My Clean Break February 3, 2004 311 Chris Koch Angela Nissel Nervous about Danni's (Tara Reid) plans to move in with him, J.D. decides he needs to break up with her -- only he's never actually dumped anyone before. The Janitor starts flirting with Elliot again. Dr. Cox realizes that he is no longer frightening to his residents, and therefore may have lost control over them. Featured music: "The Rescue Blues" by Ryan Adams 58 My Catalyst February 10, 2004 312 Michael Spiller Bill Lawrence Dr. Kevin Casey (Michael J. Fox), a skilled surgeon who has a long history with Dr. Cox and who suffers from crippling OCD, imparts wisdom to everyone at Sacred Heart. Featured music: "Good Thing" by David Boyles "Everything's Not Lost" by Coldplay 59 My Porcelain God February 17, 2004 313 Adam Bernstein Tim Hobert & Eric Weinberg Dr. Casey (Michael J. Fox) and J.D discover the toilet the Janitor installed on the roof, which earns the name "epiphany toilet" after every Sacred Heart staff member finds a solution to a problem or a revelation after using it. Dr. Kelso closes down an entire wing of the hospital to save money; Dr. Cox and Carla fight back by using his own office as a patient room. Turk asks J.D. to be his best man, but J.D. is hurt to discover that he wasn't Turk's first choice. Noticing how helpful Dr. Casey has been to her fellow staff, Elliot seeks advice from him on intubation after she botches the procedure. Featured music: "Down Under" by Men at Work "Murder of One" by Counting Crows 60 My Screw Up February 24, 2004 314 Chris Koch Neil Goldman & Garrett Donovan Jordan's siblings, Danni (Tara Reid) and Ben (Brendan Fraser) visit to celebrate Jack's first birthday. Carla tells Turk she will only take his last name if he has his mole removed. Dr. Cox is dismayed to learn that Ben has not been to a doctor for followup since his remission. Dr. Cox angrily blames J.D. for a patient's death and excuses him from his duties. Featured music: "Winter" by Joshua Radin Note: This episode received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Writing For A Comedy Series (but did not win). It is one of the highest-rated episodes (9.8 out of 10) from TV.com. 61 My Tormented Mentor March 2, 2004 315 Craig Zisk Gabrielle Allan Dr. Cox is struggling to recover from Ben's (Brendan Fraser) death, and refuses J.D.'s efforts to comfort him; meanwhile, Jordan's self-absorbed friends, Maddie (Embeth Davidtz) and Allison (Julie Warner) are staying with Jordan to comfort her. Carla scolds the Todd, Dr. Kelso and Dr. Cox about sexual harassment, and the new female attending surgeon, Dr. Grace Miller (Bellamy Young), brings up the issue of sexism in the surgical wing. Featured music: "Rock Your Body (Mic Check 1, 2)" by Stagga Lee "I'm with You" by Avril Lavigne 62 My Butterfly March 16, 2004 316 Henry Chan Justin Spitzer This episode explores a number of interrelated events, which illustrate the relationships among the Sacred Heart staff. The title comes from a single butterfly interacting with numerous objects and people, in a reference to the philosophical concept of the butterfly effect. Featured music: "What a Wonderful World" by Joey Ramone 63 My Moment of Un-Truth March 30, 2004 317 Gail Mancuso Rich Eustis Carla has dinner with a former crush and asks J.D. not to tell Turk. Elliot deals with a patient, Mr. Thompson (Alexander Chaplin), who's adamant about not taking drugs; to her surprise, Dr. Cox insists he is a drug addict who will eventually weasel drugs out of her. The Janitor attempts to trick J.D. and Turk into believing he has a twin brother. 64 His Story II April 6, 2004 318 Jason Ensler Mark Stegemann This episode is narrated from Turk's, rather than J.D.'s, viewpoint. Turk delays mailing out the wedding invitations, as it is the point of no return for getting married. During surgery, Turk makes a mistake that causes irreparable nerve damage to a young concert pianist, to whom he can't admit his mistake. J.D. covers Elliot's stint as a hospital clown; the Janitor becomes his sidekick. Elliot realizes just how good a friend J.D. has been to her, and sleeps with him just before Sean (Scott Foley) comes back into town. Featured music: "Our Love" by Rhett Miller 65 My Choosiest Choice of All April 20, 2004 319 Adam Bernstein Mike Schwartz In an attempt to make Elliot jealous and angry, J.D. gets back together with Danni (Tara Reid), who is a different person now that she's done being who she thought J.D. wanted her to be. Dr. Cox realizes he has a crush on Dr. Miller (Bellamy Young), and Jordan picks up on it immediately. Turk and Carla encourage the Janitor to accept his promotion to security guard, but he finds he dislikes having to play by Dr. Kelso's rules. After Sean confronts J.D. and asks him if anything happened between him and Elliot, J.D. must choose to either tell him the truth, or keep it a secret. Featured music: "Far From Me" by Tart "Jump Off" By Keren DeBerg "Section 9/Light and Day/Reach for the Sun" by The Polyphonic Spree onscreen 66 My Fault April 22, 2004 320 Richard Alexander Wells Debra Fordham J.D. and Danni (Tara Reid) break up, as neither one really cared about the other; Sean and Elliot plan to move in together. Carla is anxious about the last-minute details for her wedding, now just a few weeks away. Dr. Cox bets Dr. Kelso that no healthy patients will sign up for the full-body CAT scans, not anticipating Mr. Corman the hypochondriac (Richard Kind) to return. J.D. finally admits his feelings to Elliot, causing her to break up with Sean (Scott Foley), only to realize his feelings were based on his coveting what he did not have. Featured music: "One Thing" by Finger Eleven 67 My Self-Examination April 27, 2004 321 Randall Winston Janae Bakken Carla's brother Marco (Freddy Rodriguez) arrives for the wedding rehearsal and offers Turk advice in writing his own wedding vows, as Carla wanted. After asking Danni (Tara Reid) and her new partner for advice, J.D. resigns himself to a relationship with Elliot, even if he doesn't love her. Jordan insists that she and Dr. Cox stop fighting; frustrated and needing to fight with someone, he antagonizes the Janitor, much to his detriment. At the rehearsal, moved by Turk's improvised vows, J.D. finally admits to Elliot he doesn't love her. Features a cameo appearance by Larry Thomas (the Soup Nazi from Seinfeld). Featured music: "Follow Through" by Gavin DeGraw 68 My Best Friend's Wedding May 4, 2004 322 Bill Lawrence Tim Hobert & Eric Weinberg On the day of Turk and Carla's wedding, Turk is delayed in surgery; he is so late for the wedding that the ceremony is cancelled, but the reception is held regardless. Danni (Tara Reid) gets drunk and wreaks havoc. Guilty for having broken Elliot's heart, J.D. finds Sean (Scott Foley) and convinces him to take Elliot back, but to no avail. Before leaving for their honeymoon, Turk and Carla return to the hospital to check on a patient, who happens to be a priest, and ask him to marry them. Features a cameo appearance by George Takei. Featured music: "Here Comes the Bride" (traditional) & "Eight Days a Week" (Lennon/McCartney), performed by The Blanks "Beautiful" by Steve Bertrand "Hava Nagila" - folk song  Season 4: 2004-2005 In Season 4, J.D. finishes his residency and becomes a full-blown colleague of Dr. Cox, although their dynamic does not change much. As the season opens, Turk arrives from his honeymoon with Carla but they soon have issues when Carla tries to change many things about her new husband. Their marriage and Turk's friendship with J.D. are also endangered when J.D. and Carla share a drunken kiss. Dr. Cox and Jordan learn that their divorce was not final, but this seemingly good news causes friction. Elliot is still angry with J.D. for breaking her heart, and the situation becomes more uncomfortable still when she dates J.D.'s brother. J.D. has a new love interest of his own when a new and very attractive psychiatrist, Dr. Molly Clock (Heather Graham), arrives at Sacred Heart. Molly also serves as Elliot's mentor during her time at the hospital. # Title Original airdate Production code Director Writer(s) 69 My Old Friend's New Friend August 31, 2004 401 Bill Lawrence Eric Weinberg Turk and Carla start to have issues when Carla tries to change everything about her new husband. Molly Clock, the hospital's new psychiatrist, becomes friends with Elliot because she believes Turk, J.D. and Carla are shutting her out. Also, when Turk and J.D.'s car blows up, Carla lets him pick out the new ride only to find that instead of a car, he buys three scooters for them, further proving Carla's point that she needs to always be in control. Guest-stars Heather Graham as Dr. Molly Clock and the Sugar Hill Gang as themselves. Featured music: "Rapper's Delight" by Sugar Hill Gang "I'd Do Anything for Love" by Meat Loaf "All By Myself" by Eric Carmen 70 My Office September 7, 2004 402 Gail Mancuso Matt Tarses J.D. and Elliot are both named the hospital's new chief residents by Dr. Cox, however, due to their recent relationship problems, they find it hard to work together. Meanwhile, Dr. Cox and Turk have great difficulty in the removal of a light bulb from a patient's posterior, although some assistance from the Janitor helps. Guest star Heather Graham as Dr. Molly Clock. 71 My New Game September 14, 2004 403 Ken Whittingham Gabrielle Allan J.D. is annoyed at the janitor for spreading the word that he is the "Co-chief" Resident and Elliot the Chief Resident. Dr. Cox and Jordan have relationship problems when they find out that their divorce was not final, which, while seeming like good news at first, quickly begins to cause friction between them. The other annoying woman in Dr. Cox's life, Dr. Molly Clock faces off with him over a plastic surgery patient who is upset that she is actually better looking since her reconstructive surgery. Featured music: "Lost Cause" by Beck 72 My First Kill September 21, 2004 404 Ken Whittingham Tad Quill When J.D. asks Dr. Cox to give the residents a pep talk, Dr. Cox takes things a little too far by telling them that inevitably, they will eventually kill a patient or two, which causes J.D. to wonder whether he has ever specifically let someone die through his own incompetence and comes to the conclusion that he hasn't yet, though Dr. Cox is of the impression that it will happen eventually. Elsewhere, Elliot fights for an ex-drug addict patient to receive a heart valve, and becomes frustrated when Molly goes against her professionally about it. Carla decides to clean 'Rowdy', and loses him. This leads her to replace the stuffed dog with a replica called 'Steven', who is 3 inches shorter. Featured music: "Blue Eyes" by Cary Brothers 73 Her Story September 28, 2004 405 John Inwood Angela Nissel Told from the perspective of Elliot: she starts to doubt Molly being the perfect mentor when she finds out her boyfriend is a convicted felon. Nevertheless, Dr. Cox helps her decide that personal lives should be kept separate from professional lives. Also Turk is constantly waking up Carla when he goes to bed; and J.D. has concerns that Dr. Cox may have ruined his credibility with the new residents. Featured music: "Funky for You" by Common "Still D.R.E" by Dr. Dre, performed by Elliot and Molly 74 My Cake October 12, 2004 406 Henry Chan Garrett Donovan & Neil Goldman J.D.'s brother Dan comes to visit with news their father has died. Dr. Cox has difficulty helping J.D. get out of his depression. Meanwhile, Turk has symptoms of diabetes but in his stubbornness refuses to admit it or visit a doctor as Carla wishes. Molly must employ some advanced psychology to force him to face the issue. Guest-stars Tom Cavanagh as Dan. J.D. and Dan's father, Sam Dorian, was played by John Ritter in the episode "My Old Man". The episode was dedicated to the memory of John Ritter, who died on September 11, 2003 from an aortic dissection. Featured music: "Stop Joking Around" by Hawksley Workman 75 My Common Enemy October 19, 2004 407 Joanna Kerns Bill Callahan J.D. is forced to deal with the romance between Elliot and his brother Dan, who is still staying with them after the death of their father. Elsewhere, Dr. Cox and Dr. Kelso get fed-up with Molly's perception that everyone is good at heart and seek to prove her wrong. Guest-stars Tom Cavanagh as Dan. Featured music: "Move On" by Jet "Thank You" by Dido "She's Gone" by Hall & Oates, sung by Dan on the couch, after supposedly being dumped by Elliot. "The Andy Griffith Show" theme, whistled by Molly, Ted, the patient and the people in the cafeteria. 76 My Last Chance October 26, 2004 408 Zach Braff Mike Schwartz Molly and J.D. are on the brink of sleeping together, but must first get the permission of Elliot, who can't help but play games with J.D. Meanwhile Dr. Cox has to fulfill community service hours by working in an ambulance with Denise Lemmon, a very annoying Paramedic. Guest-stars Molly Shannon as Denise Lemmon. Braff, who directed the episode, noted the challenge involved given the number of external locations and extensive stunts required. Featured music: "In the Mood" "Honestly" by Cary Brothers "Bust a Move" by Young MC 77 My Malpractical Decision November 9, 2004 409 Gail Mancuso Janae Bakken (Part 1) J.D. and Dr. Cox must deal with cunning malpractice attorney Neena Broderick as she attends to her father. Turk tries to avoid the hypochondriac Harvey Corman while Elliot steers her underachieving colleague Doug on a new career path. Guest-stars Julianna Margulies as Neena Broderick and Richard Kind as Harvey Corman. Featured music: "One" from the musical A Chorus Line "I Want to Know" by The Mavericks 78 My Female Trouble November 16, 2004 410 Chris Koch Debra Fordham (Part 2) J.D. has a difficult time ending his impromptu relationship with Neena as she now represents Mr. Corman - who has decided to sue Turk, over allegations that the surgery Turk performed on him ruined his tennis serve - and asks Jordan for help. Elliot pretends to be a male doctor to avoid issues with a sexist patient who happens to be one of the hospital's board members. Guest-stars Julianna Margulies as Neena Broderick and Richard Kind as Harvey Corman. Featured music: Allegro from Eine Kleine Nachtmusik by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 79 My Unicorn November 23, 2004 411 Matthew Perry Tad Quill & Gabrielle Allan In actor Matthew Perry's directorial debut, J.D. befriends the son of a noted singer who is unwilling to donate a kidney to his ailing father. Carla and Jordan, despite the warnings of Turk, teach Elliot to use her sexuality to her advantage, which causes catastrophe. Guest-stars John Bennett Perry as Gregory Marks, John Perry's real-life son Matthew Perry as Greg Marks' son Murray Marks and Masi Oka as Franklyn. Featured music: "Hey, Good Lookin’" performed by John Bennett Perry "Cat’s in the Cradle" performed by John Bennett Perry "Learn to Fly" by Foo Fighters 80 My Best Moment December 7, 2004 412 Chris Koch Angela Nissel When J.D. has to address a group of pre-med students about what it's like to be a doctor, he strays off the beaten path and chooses to discuss his best moments as a doctor instead. When he challenges the rest of the staff to do so, they all reminisce about their fondest memories in the medical field. Meanwhile, Elliot is forced to face her fear of children when she is left in charge of a ten-year-old boy, whose father is being treated in the I.C.U. Elsewhere, Dr. Kelso gets a dose of Christmas spirit and stuns the staff with his change of heart. Featured music: "What the World Needs Now is Love" by Burt Bacharach "Take on Me" by a-ha "Flight of the Bumblebee" by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov "Joy to the World" by The Butties 81 My Ocardial Infarction January 18, 2005 413 Ken Whittingham Mark Stegemann When Elliot begins to emerge as the better doctor, J.D. is left struggling to catch up. Turk tries to make money from his diabetes until he discovers he must amputate a patient's foot due to diabetes and begins to take it more seriously. Elsewhere, the Janitor feels rejected by his secret crush Elliot when she runs off quickly from their "coffee date." Assuming his nice dress attire scared her off, he makes up a story that he was dressed to impress for his a Capella band practice which leads to Elliot requesting an impromptu performance. Featured music: "All Kinds of Time" by Fountains of Wayne (Not used on iTunes version) "Barbara Ann" by The Beach Boys (performed by the Janitor's a cappella group Hibbleton.) 82 My Lucky Charm January 25, 2005 414 Chris Koch Mike Schwartz A man involved in a bar fight teaches Turk and J.D. about living life to the fullest. Elliot and Carla find their friendship beginning to break down when they can't stick to their social plans. Also, Dr. Cox gets a vasectomy behind Jordan's back. Guest-stars Colin Farrell as Billy Callahan. Featured music: "Today" by Joshua Radin 83 My Hypocritical Oath February 1, 2005 415 Craig Zisk Tim Hobert J.D. becomes attracted to a bartender named Kylie, then finds out her new boyfriend has an STD. However, he can't tell her because of patient/doctor confidentiality. Meanwhile, Dr. Cox anxiously awaits the Lakers/Heat game but must tape it to watch after his shift. His patience is tested when the Janitor threatens to reveal the final score. Guest stars Chrystee Pharris as Kylie. 84 My Quarantine February 8, 2005 416 Michael Spiller Tad Quill During a date with Kylie, J.D. has to go to the hospital, and while there he casually remarks that a patient's symptoms resemble SARS, which means that the entire ICU staff - including Jordan's sister Danni on a surprise visit - is trapped in quarantine for the night. J.D. pays a homeless guy to fake a heart-attack so he can look more heroic in front of Kylie. Guest starring Tara Reid as Danni and Chrystee Pharris as Kylie. 85 My Life in Four Cameras February 15, 2005 417 Adam Bernstein Debra Fordham When Dr. Cox fumes at Dr. Kelso for firing another staff member due to budget cuts, Dr. Kelso challenges him to balance the budget without firing anyone. Meanwhile, a sitcom writer is admitted, and J.D. starts to fantasize about what it would be like if the hospital were a sitcom, complete with a live audience. Also, Turk and Carla have difficulty trying to keep the romance in their relationship going. Guest starring Clay Aiken. Featured music: "Isn't She Lovely" (originally by Stevie Wonder), performed by Clay Aiken 86 My Roommates February 22, 2005 418 Craig Zisk Tim Hobert J.D. is having some trouble with Kylie. Turk and Carla ask J.D. to move out to give them space. However, his absence causes them to realize they're having problems with their relationship. Meanwhile, Dr. Cox believes his friend's child has autism. Guest Stars Michael Boatman (one of several Spin City alumni to appear on the show.) Featured music: "Windmills" by Toad the Wet Sprocket 87 My Best Laid Plans March 1, 2005 419 Zach Braff Bill Callahan Molly returns to Sacred Heart, and J.D. blows off his girlfriend Kylie to go out with her. Carla tries not to make "mountains out of molehills" when she realizes Turk is still in contact with an ex-girlfriend. The Janitor bets Dr. Cox that he can get a date with Elliot, the wager being his van against Dr. Cox's Porsche. Guest-stars Heather Graham as Dr. Molly Clock and Chrystee Pharris as Kylie. Featured music: "Closer" by Joshua Radin "Waiting For Your Letter" by Cary Brothers "Can't Go Back" by Keren DeBerg "Rosanna" by Toto 88 My Boss's Free Haircut March 29, 2005 420 John Inwood Mark Stegemann When Carla and Turk are experiencing marital difficulties, J.D. and Elliot do their part to try and cheer them up. Meanwhile, Dr. Cox challenges Dr. Kelso to lead by example and take on a few patients of his own after Kelso criticizes his bedside manner -- but he isn't aware that the Doctor-Patient relationship has changed. Featured music: "Collide" by Howie Day 89 My Lips Are Sealed April 5, 2005 421 John Michel Janae Bakken J.D. and Carla get drunk while J.D. is trying to reconcile her and Turk and they accidentally kiss, and both agree to keep the incident secret from Turk. At the hospital, Elliot and Dr. Kelso struggle to maintain their professionalism when faced with a young patient who is suffering from complications after experimenting with erectile dysfunction pills. Meanwhile, Dr. Cox tries to find the balance between being an over-protective father while still trying to be the cool dad after his son falls off the jungle gym. Featured music: "Everybody Gets What They Deserve" by The Churchills 90 My Big Move April 12, 2005 422 Victor Nelli, Jr. Bonnie Sikowitz Turk learns about the kiss between J.D. and Carla, and not knowing whom to blame gives them both the silent treatment until he knows who initiated it. Dr. Cox needs Elliot's help in reaching out to a teenage epileptic patient. Jordan gets Botox and renders her face temporarily frozen, which causes a problem when it threatens to keep her from attending Dr. Cox's teaching award acceptance. The Janitor gets unexpected reactions from his new uniform. Featured music: "Come On Get Happy" by The Partridge Family "Don't Look Away" by Joshua Radin 91 My Faith in Humanity April 19, 2005 423 Ken Whittingham David Louis Feinberg J.D. is forced to confront human nature when a dying woman is brought to the hospital by her neighbor, Jake. Jake helps the patient realize it's time to die. Unfortunately, her brother decides to sue him for this. Elliot goes to Dr. Cox and Carla for romantic advice regarding Jake. Turk is having difficulty in couple's therapy. Guest-stars Josh Randall as Jake and Ellen Albertini Dow as Betty. 92 My Drive-By April 26, 2005 424 Will Mackenzie Angela Nissel When Turk saves a man's life at the local taco stand, he tries to keep his ego in check as Dr. Cox takes all of the credit. To avoid ruining her new relationship with Jake, Elliot enlists J.D.'s help to prevent her dates from becoming too intimate. Meanwhile, Dr. Kelso terrorizes the hospital from the seat of his new motorized wheelchair until Janitor takes matters into his own hands. Guest-stars Josh Randall as Jake. 93 My Changing Ways May 10, 2005 425 Victor Nelli, Jr. Bill Lawrence J.D. prepares to start living life on his own, and strains his friendship with Turk. Elliot makes an effort to pursue a new career opportunity at another hospital in town, and this upsets Carla who thought Elliot was staying, despite the close proximity of the new job. Dr. Cox tries to prevent Jordan from accepting a job at the hospital. Guest-stars Josh Randall as Jake. Featured music: "Half" by G Tom Mac  Season 5: 2006 Though a full season of 24 episodes was produced for the fifth season, NBC decided against broadcasting them during the 2005–2006 fall schedule. On December 1, 2005, NBC announced the return of Scrubs for mid-season. At first, two new episodes were broadcast back-to-back every Tuesday at 9:00 p.m. ET. The first twelve episodes of the season were broadcast in this fashion, then NBC returned to broadcasting one new episode every week (still at 9:00 p.m. ET), followed by a Scrubs rerun. For the first three weeks of this, the old episode was a cast favorite episode, with available audio commentary tracks on NBC's website to accompany the episodes. After this, with the premiere of Teachers in the 9:30 p.m. time slot, new Scrubs episodes continued to be broadcast at 9:00 p.m., with previous season five episodes being broadcast in the 8:30 p.m. time slot before. Season 5 begins with J.D. living in a hotel . He has become an attending now on the same level as Dr. Cox. Elliot has taken a new fellowship in another hospital. Turk and Carla are trying to have a baby, despite Turk still having doubts. Finally, some new interns have arrived to Sacred Heart, chief among them being Keith Dudemeister. # Title Original airdate Production code Director Writer(s) 94 My Intern's Eyes January 3, 2006 501 Bill Lawrence Bill Lawrence Now an attending, J.D. has to deal with his own interns as Dr. Cox tests whether he's still willing to bend the rules despite more responsibility. Turk hesitates at the thought of Carla getting pregnant. Meanwhile, Elliot starts her fellowship at County Hospital and tries not to appear foolish. Featured music: "Anything Can Happen" by The Finn Brothers "Are You Gonna Be My Girl?" by Jet "Devil Baby" by Mark Knopfler 95 My Rite of Passage January 3, 2006 502 Bill Lawrence Janae Bakken Despite trying to do the opposite, J.D. finds himself treating his interns poorly after discovering they laugh at his jokes out of fear. The hospital staff attempt to avoid Jordan to drive her away, and Elliot's fellowship abruptly ends. Guest-stars Alexander Chaplin as Sam Thompson. The title is a reference to the Bildungsroman. Featured music: "Sooner or Later" by Michael Tolcher 96 My Day at the Races January 10, 2006 503 Michael Spiller Eric Weinberg Trying to complete a list of goals before his 30th birthday, J.D. signs up for a triathlon. Meanwhile, Turk takes on a patient who wishes to be hypnotised instead of put under anesthesia during surgery, and Elliot finds she and Jake know little about each other. Guest-stars Josh Randall as Jake. Featured music: "Everybody's Changing" by Keane "Kung Fu Fighting" by Carl Douglas "Moving On" by Weekend Excursion "The Safety Dance" by Men Without Hats (sung by Turk) "My Face" by Tart 97 My Jiggly Ball January 10, 2006 504 Rick Blue Tim Hobert J.D. struggles to find something positive to talk about when assigned to introduce Dr. Kelso at an awards dinner, especially after Kelso chooses a wealthier patient for a drug trial after promising the opportunity to another. Carla and Turk attempt to help Elliot, stuck working in a free clinic, get her job at Sacred Heart back. Everyone except for J.D. seems to know of a game called "Jiggly Ball". Featured music: "Sideways" by Citizen Cope "Golden Years" by David Bowie 98 My New God January 17, 2006 505 Victor Nelli, Jr. Aseem Batra Dr. Cox's born-again Christian sister visits the hospital and wants him to participate in his son's baptism: Dr. Cox wants nothing to do with it, and her for that matter. Elliot tries to convince Turk why Carla finds babymaking to be romantic. The Janitor and J.D. begin a friendship, which is sabotaged by one of Janitor's more elaborate pranks. Guest-stars Cheryl Hines as Paige Cox. Featured music: "In The Sun" by Joseph Arthur "Slave to Love" by Bryan Ferry "This Time Around" by Emotion Project "Koyaanisqatsi" by Philip Glass 99 My Missed Perception January 17, 2006 506 Bill Lawrence Kevin Biegel J.D. has to deal with the consequences when he mistakes a patient's reaction to her approaching death as a wish to end treatment. Carla desperately tries to gather the hospital staff for a group photo, while Turk and Elliot try to discover the cause of a patient's mysterious and unexplainable pain. Cameo appearance by Gary Busey. Featured music: "To The Woman" by Tammany Hall NYC "These Photographs" by Joshua Radin 100 My Way Home January 24, 2006 507 Zach Braff Neil Goldman & Garrett Donovan Scrubs' 100th episode: J.D. gets called in to work on his day off, but the only thing he wants to do is get home. Meanwhile Elliot tries to convince everyone she is an expert on endocrinology following her brief fellowship, Carla has doubts over being a parent, and Turk has to wrestle over an issue that will either help his career or break his conscience. This episode is noted for its many references to The Wizard of Oz. Featured music: "Africa" by Toto "Payback is a Bitch" performed by Laverne's church choir "Maniac" by Michael Sembello (performed by The Worthless Peons) "We're Off to See the Wizard" by Harold Arlen (performed by The Worthless Peons) "Over the Rainbow" by Harold Arlen and Yip Harburg, arrangement by Israel Kamakawiwo'ole (performed by The Blanks) 101 My Big Bird January 24, 2006 508 Rob Greenberg Debra Fordham J.D., Elliot, Turk and Carla are all formally interrogated following the death of a patient, where it is learned that J.D. and Turk were unnecessarily visiting a patient's home, Carla was gathering the staff to purchase lottery tickets in a group effort, and Elliot was dealing with the wife of a married man she kissed. Guest-stars Jason Bateman as Mr. Sutton and Peter Jacobson as Mr. Foster . This episode shares many plot similarities with the play An Inspector Calls. Featured music: Symphony No. 5 (Beethoven) (1st Movement) by Ludwig van Beethoven 102 My Half-Acre February 7, 2006 509 Linda Mendoza Bill Callahan J.D. is set up on a blind date with a patient's niece and tries to take Elliot's advice to avoid scaring her off. Meanwhile, Turk joins the hospital air-band, but when he steps on Dr. Kelso's toes he has to learn to swallow his pride; Carla feels age creeping up on her when she can't conceive, and Dr. Cox worries about being an unsatisfactory father. Guest-stars Mandy Moore as Julie Quinn. Featured music: "Working for the Weekend" by Loverboy "Poison" by Bell Biv DeVoe "100 Years" by Five for Fighting "Hey Julie" by Fountains of Wayne "More Than a Feeling" by Boston 103 Her Story II February 7, 2006 510 Chris Koch Mike Schwartz Narrated from Carla's viewpoint: J.D. lets the little things bother him with Julie, but just as he gets over them, the big things make themselves plain. Meanwhile, Carla gets a fertility test when a new nurse makes her feel even older. Cameo appearance by Billy Dee Williams. Guest-stars Mandy Moore as Julie Quinn. Featured music: "Happy Together" by The Turtles "Ride" by Cary Brothers 104 My Buddy's Booty February 28, 2006 511 Randall Winston Mark Stegemann J.D. and Elliot, worried about their favorite patient Mrs. Wilk undergoing a risky procedure - and J.D. still having trouble getting over Julie - both agree to find a booty call, but his suggestion backfires when Elliot chooses J.D.'s nemesis/intern, Keith. Carla encourages Turk to fight for a female-friendly hospital gym, and Dr. Cox and the Janitor strike a lop-sided friendship over drinks. Featured music: "Shadow" by The Southland "Open" by Rob Laufer "Head Off" by Moris Tepper "Without You" by Tart "Blue" by Jayhawks 105 My Cabbage February 28, 2006 512 John Inwood Ryan A. Levin (Part 1) J.D. tries relentlessly to get rid of Keith while sticking up for his favorite intern "Cabbage", while the staff says goodbye to Mrs. Wilk. The Janitor keeps a magpie in the hospital which proves very adept at stealing things, much to Dr. Kelso's displeasure. Cameo appearance by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. Featured music: "Fix You" by Coldplay 106 My Five Stages March 7, 2006 513 Jay Alaimo Tad Quill (Part 2) When the hospital's favorite patient Mrs. Wilk is told she will die after getting an infection (caused by 'Cabbage' at the end of the last episode), Dr. Cox and J.D. seem to also go through the five stages of grief. Meanwhile, Elliot realizes that her booty call Keith has become more than a booty call, and the Janitor and Ted team up to give Dr. Kelso a taste of his own medicine. Guest-stars Dave Foley as Dr. Hedrick. The title derives from the Kübler-Ross model of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. Featured music: "Long Road" by Pearl Jam with Neil Young "Bring Me Love" by DeBerg/Jacobs 107 My Own Personal Hell March 14, 2006 514 Adam Bernstein Eren Celeboglu Dr. Cox is named the best doctor in the area in a leading publication. Dr. Cox struggles to treat an unnervingly rude and haughty patient who is a friend of Dr. Kelso's. After struggling to conceive, Carla, who has already taken a fertility test, questions Turk's fertility. Elliot finds out J.D. doesn't like Keith. Featured music: "Living Life" by Eels 108 My Extra Mile March 21, 2006 515 Ken Whittingham Mark Stegemann J.D. encourages his colleagues to go the extra mile with their patients. This causes a dilemma as J.D. is torn between sticking to his principles and losing a very attractive girlfriend who is only interested in him because of his hair. Turk and Carla are having trouble making a baby, and a doctor attributes it to the stress they are under. Turk is worried about getting a permanent position when he finds out he is the fourth most skilled surgeon. Featured music: "Episodes" by PELA "Someone" by Tammany Hall NYC 109 My Bright Idea March 28, 2006 516 Michael Spiller Janae Bakken J.D. and Turk find out that Carla is pregnant before she does and J.D. convinces Turk to tell the entire hospital staff in order to surprise Carla. Carla, however, reveals that upon hearing the news of pregnancy, her biggest joy will be to tell her friends one by one. J.D. gets the Janitor to swallow a GPS tracker. The episode makes reference to the German film Run Lola Run and features the film's original score. Featured music: "All of the Words" by Kutless "Running One" by Tom Tykwer, Johnny Klimek, and Reinhold Heil "Sink to the Bottom" by Fountains of Wayne 110 My Chopped Liver April 4, 2006 517 Will Mackenzie Debra Fordham Carla is forced to do Kelso's job saying "no" to people's requests. J.D.'s patient who needs a liver transplant recovers but his brother who donated gets worse. Dr. Cox is forced to attend a couples' dinner with Elliot and Keith, with the result that the other interns try to befriend him as well (much to J.D.'s dismay). J.D. himself gets in the way of "Turk Time", causing resentment from his best friend. The episode's storyline regarding a liver transplant led to a nomination at The Sentinel for Health Awards in 2006 in the primetime comedy section. Featured music: "I'll Be Around" by Bobby Bare Jr. "Koyaanisqatsi" by Philip Glass "Brick House" by The Commodores "Take Another Step" by Keren DeBerg 111 My New Suit April 11, 2006 518 Victor Nelli, Jr. Tim Hobert J.D. finds himself constantly lying in order not to hurt the feelings of his visiting brother Dan. Carla and Turk can't decide on baby names. Dr. Cox is forced to work with Ted after a conversation with Kelso goes wrong. Guest-stars Tom Cavanagh as Dan Featured music: "Still Fighting It" by Ben Folds "Macho Man" by The Village People 112 His Story III April 18, 2006 519 John Inwood Angela Nissel Narrated by The Janitor. J.D. begins a video postcard for his mother, but gets locked in a water tower for the day by the Janitor. Finding himself with free time, the Janitor bonds with a severely quadriplegic patient who can't communicate. Elliot and Carla argue over an intern's mistake. Turk is embarrassed by his impending fatherhood when Dr. Cox accuses him of having a stereotypically white personality. Featured music: "Boston" by Augustana 113 My Lunch April 25, 2006 520 John Michel Tad Quill After repeatedly running into annoying recurring patient Jill Tracy (Nicole Sullivan), J.D. feels guilty when she dies of an appararent drug overdose and he didn't act on warning signs. Carla and Elliot convince Todd to admit to being gay, but contrary to what they had hoped, this does not change his personality for the better. Dr. Cox initially consoles J.D. but struggles to follow his own advice later on. Featured music: "How to Save a Life" by The Fray 114 My Fallen Idol May 2, 2006 521 Joanna Kerns Bill Callahan Feeling guilty over the deaths of three patients, Dr. Cox comes to work drunk and is forced to take a leave of absence. The staff organize shifts to visit Cox at home and console him in the hope of his return, but initially, J.D. refuses to take part. Meanwhile, Turk begins a new orthopedic rotation, but struggles to connect with and ultimately is overheard insulting his, new overly sensitive attending. Guest stars Paul Adelstein as Dr. Stone. This is also one of the few times we hear Dr. Cox call J.D. by his real name. Featured music: "Something Else" by Gary Jules 115 My Déjà Vu, My Déjà Vu May 9, 2006 522 Linda Mendoza Mike Schwartz After five years working at Sacred Heart, J.D. gets the impression that the same events keep unfolding at Sacred Heart. Dr Cox, returning to work, seems to have lost his self-confidence and Elliot takes it upon herself to help him regain it. Turk annoys Carla by doing the things she cannot while pregnant. Featured music: "Welcome Back Kotter" Theme sung by the Sacred Heart Staff "World Spins Madly On" by The Weepies 116 My Urologist May 16, 2006 523 Richard Alexander Wells Neil Goldman & Garrett Donovan J.D. begins to fall for Dr. Kim Briggs (Elizabeth Banks), a urologist he shares a patient with, but when Dr. Cox reveals that she's refusing to do a risky surgery to keep her statistics up, he begins to have mixed feelings. Elliot considers breaking up with Keith after he refuses to stand up for himself, but Carla, amid her pregnancy hormones, tries to save the relationship. Meanwhile, Dr. Kelso decides to trust the Janitor to fetch cash from a deposit at home, which he regrets. During the opening title sequence Dr. Kim Briggs steps into the credits and switches the X-ray around, saying, "That's backwards, it's been bugging me for years." Featured music: "Kung Fu Fighting" by Carl Douglas (performed by Zach Braff) "Easier to Lie" by Aqualung 117 My Transition May 16, 2006 524 Bill Lawrence Aseem Batra & Kevin Biegel (Part 1) J.D. and Kim's romance escalates when they go on their first date, but Elliot won't give them much time alone, as she is becoming good friends with Kim too. Dr. Cox and Jordan celebrate as Jack moves out of diapers by giving his baby things away at Carla's baby shower, but learn that Jordan's pregnant again. Later when J.D. goes to talk to Kim, she reveals that she is pregnant. Guest-stars Elizabeth Banks as Dr. Kim Briggs Featured music: "Delirious Love" by Neil Diamond "America" by Neil Diamond, sung by Turk. "Love Hurts" by Nazareth "I Love The Nightlife" by Alicia Bridges "Why" by Elefant "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" by Elton John & Kiki Dee, performed by J.D. and Kim in a fantasy. "New Model" by Emotion Project "Boy" by Keren DeBerg "Baby Back Ribs" (Chili's Jingle), performed by The Blanks  Season 6: 2006-2007 On May 15, 2006, NBC announced that Scrubs had been renewed for a full season (2006–2007), although it would be a mid-season replacement rather than appearing on NBC's autumn 2006 schedule (as was the case for the show's fifth season). On October 25, NBC announced that, on November 30, Scrubs would move to Thursdays at 9:00pm, as part of two full hours of comedy (My Name Is Earl, The Office, Scrubs, and 30 Rock). Over the course of the season, J.D. and the other characters must mature to fill the different roles required of them. J.D., for instance, is cast in the role of expecting father since his girlfriend, Dr. Kim Briggs, is pregnant with his child. Turk and Carla become parents when Carla gives birth to their daughter, Isabella Turk. Elliot plans her wedding to Keith, although she and J.D. still harbor feelings for each other. Dr. Cox, as father of two children with Jordan, struggles to prevent his foul disposition from affecting his parenting. Important issues are touched upon, such as the importance of leadership, whether everything happens for a reason, and even death. # Title Original airdate Production code Director Writer(s) 118 My Mirror Image November 30, 2006 601 John Inwood Tim Hobert (Part 2) J.D. attempts to avoid confronting Kim about her pregnancy. Dr. Cox attempts to deal with his anger issues, both at home and at work. Elliot is having trouble being the only one in the group with no child on the way. The Janitor questions the purpose of his life. Guest-stars Elizabeth Banks as Dr. Kim Briggs. John C McGinley, Zach Braff, and Neil Flynn play patients that remind their characters of themselves. Featured music: "Bye Bye Bye" by *NSYNC "Dancing Queen" by ABBA "Funky Cold Medina by Tone Lōc "Here It Goes Again" by OK Go "Be Yourself" by Audioslave 119 My Best Friend's Baby's Baby and My Baby's Baby December 7, 2006 602 Gail Mancuso Garrett Donovan & Neil Goldman Carla goes into labor, but Turk is overshadowed by Elliot in his attempts to support Carla. J.D. and Kim discuss their options for their baby, whether or not they should seek an abortion. Jordan gets angry at Dr. Cox for treating their son Jack like his "drinking buddy." Guest-stars Elizabeth Banks as Dr. Kim Briggs. Featured music: "I Saw" by Matt Nathanson "Miracle" by Foo Fighters 120 My Coffee December 14, 2006 603 Rick Blue Tad Quill J.D. tries to find out how compatible he and Kim are. Turk gives medical advice for fees so that Carla can stay on maternity leave and Elliot is tortured by Dr. Cox as she considers going into private practice. Janitor leads a strike of the Sacred Heart supporting staff, demanding dental insurance from Dr. Kelso. Guest-stars Elizabeth Banks as Dr. Kim Briggs. Featured music: "All in All" by Lifehouse "Zoom Zoom Zoom" (Mazda Jingle), performed by J.D. 121 My House January 4, 2007 604 John Putch Bill Callahan Dr. Cox feels like the TV character House when he has to solve several mysteries. One of them is that Elliot is angry at Dr. Kelso, but is taking her anger out on Turk for some reason. Carla is showing early signs of postpartum depression, while J.D. tries to be a better boyfriend for Kim and at the same time has to solve the problem of a heart-failure-patient who is apparently healthy, and Turk and Dr. Cox find another mystery when a patient's husband is "as orange as an NBA gameball". Guest-stars Dave Foley as Dr. Hedrick and Elizabeth Banks as Dr. Kim Briggs. References to House (TV series): The case of an orange man was originally found in the Pilot of House, although that diagnosis was carrots and large doses of niacin, found in Megavitamins (rather than tomatoes in Scrubs.) Dr. Cox's use of a cane after he hurt his foot is in homage to Dr. House's constant use of a cane, due to the partial loss in functionality of his leg. Dr. Cox only uses the cane after a paint can falls on to his foot while Janitor is painting Elliot's new office. Cox also wears sneakers at the same time, which are a recurring feature of Dr. House's wardrobe. Dr. Cox's diagnosis of Broken Heart Syndrome was also a diagnosis of a patient in House. The flashbacks feature a slightly skewed color spectrum that emphasizes yellow and orange and de-saturates the other colors, which was a filter used heavily in the Pilot of House. Featured music: "Where Do You Go" by Sister Hazel "Lollipop" by The Chordettes "Romeo and Juliet 'Fantasy Overture'" by Tchaikovsky 122 My Friend with Money January 11, 2007 605 John Michel Gabrielle Allan Elliot is enjoying private practice a little too much, causing J.D. and Dr. Cox to show a little jealousy. Carla's post-partum depression symptoms worsen. Dr. Cox and Janitor try to co-exist in the hospital's new luxury suite. Appearance by Elizabeth Banks as Dr. Kim Briggs. Featured music: "The Crane Wife 3" by The Decemberists "The Girl From Ipanema" by Astrud Gilberto "Isn't She Lovely" by Stevie Wonder 123 My Musical January 18, 2007 606 Will Mackenzie Debra Fordham The arrival of a patient who hears music all the time results in Sacred Heart turning into a full scale Broadway musical. Elliot tries to tell JD that she doesn't want to be roommates with him any more, while Carla attempts to decide whether she should return to work or not. Guest Stars 'Tony Award Nominee' Stephanie D'Abruzzo as Pattie Miller "The Patient". 124 His Story IV February 1, 2007 607 Linda Mendoza Mike Schwartz Narrated from Dr. Kelso's viewpoint. Dr. Kelso befriends a soldier being treated at Sacred Heart, the war stories he brings back from Iraq remind Kelso what it means to be a good leader. Meanwhile, the soldier's presence in the hospital causes a heated political debate, dividing the staffers, and while everyone is fighting the patient's well-being is being neglected. Elsewhere, J.D. is in search of a new apartment and feels out of the loop when politics become the topic of the day at Sacred Heart. Guest-stars Michael Weston as Private Brian Dancer. 125 My Road to Nowhere February 8, 2007 608 Mark Stegemann Mark Stegemann Turk convinces J.D. that he needs to go to Tacoma for Kim's first ultra sound -- which results in an impromptu road trip for the Sacred Heart crew. After commandeering Dr. Kelso's new RV, Rowdy, Elliot, Carla, Keith, Ted and the Janitor join the father to be on his journey. Meanwhile, Dr. Cox and Jordan face some concern when her ultrasound reveals that their unborn child will need to have surgery. Guest-stars Elizabeth Banks as Dr. Kim Briggs. 126 My Perspective February 15, 2007 609 John Putch Angela Nissel When J.D. develops vasovagal syncope, a condition which results in fainting or blackouts, he finds himself not only having to deal with losing his girlfriend and his apartment, but also his consciousness. Elliot and Turk debate over whose turn it is to take care of the always luckless attending, while Carla tries out her new excuse: "I have a baby." Elsewhere, the Janitor embarks on a cruise vacation. Also, Miloš, an established surgeon in his war-torn home country, comes to Sacred Heart and angers Turk by showing greater surgical experience than him. Guest-stars Michael Weston as Private Brian Dancer. Featured music: "Caribbean Queen" by Billy Ocean "I Summon You" by Spoon 127 My Therapeutic Month February 22, 2007 610 Ken Whittingham Aseem Batra J.D. likes a sexy new physical therapist but because of his unfortunate circumstances, he finds it difficult to ask her out. Meanwhile, Turk breaks his arm and Dr. Kelso sends him back to residency where, with the help of Dr. Cox, he realizes that he knows less about actual medicine than he thought he did. Elsewhere, Elliot invites Keith to move in with her, but isn't quite ready to compromise her house rules. All the while Carla provides each of the doctors with guidance while they get over their fear, ignorance and stubbornness. Guest-stars Michael Weston as Private Brian Dancer. Featured music: "Devil's Son" by DevilDriver "Driving Down the Darkness" by DevilDriver "Turn" by Travis 128 My Night to Remember March 1, 2007 615 Richard Davis Debra Fordham While helping a patient regain his memory, the staff at Sacred Heart stir up some memories of their own. J.D., Elliot, Turk, Carla, Dr. Cox, Dr. Kelso and Janitor take a trip down memory lane in this clipshow of six years of 'Scrubs.' Featured music: "How to Save a Life" by the Fray "She Is" by the Fray "Sometimes a Fantasy" by Billy Joel "Candy Man" by Sammy Davis Jr "Diner" by Martin Sexton "Walking Next to You" by Acres "Winter" by Joshua Radin 129 My Fishbowl March 8, 2007 611 Chris Koch Kevin Biegel The day has come for Private Brian Dancer to be released from Sacred Heart, but when the military informs him that his injuries are too severe to return to service he spirals into a state of depression. Elliot, J.D. and Turk rally around him to boost his spirit. Meanwhile, Dr. Cox informs Carla that her jokes are just not funny. Guest-stars Michael Weston as Private Brian Dancer. Featured music: "Half a World Away" by R.E.M. 130 My Scrubs March 15, 2007 612 John Putch Clarence Livingston Unbeknownst to Dr. Kelso, J.D. and Turk try to beat the system to treat the Chief's uninsured friend. Elsewhere, the Janitor blackmails Carla with a case of mistaken dog identity. Meanwhile, Dr. Cox tries to convince Elliot that a reformed drug addict isn't quite clean. All the while the entire staff is condemned to wearing dirt brown scrubs when Kelso suspects a clothing thief in their midst. Guest-stars Alexander Chaplin as Sam Thompson and Victoria Tennant as Maggie Kent. 131 My No Good Reason March 22, 2007 613 Zach Braff Janae Bakken (Part 1) J.D. and Turk try to forget that the Turks' new nanny is smoking hot, but when the pair holds a public screening of the footage from the nanny cam Carla soon catches on. Elsewhere, Elliot and the Janitor team up to cheer up a dying patient, but their actions cause Dr. Kelso to feel undermined. Meanwhile, Nurse Laverne Roberts and Dr. Cox debate whether or not "everything happens for a reason", but when a tragedy falls upon one of the Sacred Heart staff it's hard to continue the argument. Featured music: "Ain't No Reason" by Brett Dennen 132 My Long Goodbye April 5, 2007 614 Victor Nelli, Jr. Dave Tennant (Part 2) Nurse Laverne Roberts is in a coma, and nobody knows when she will wake up. Elliot comes to visit and remembers the times when she was down and Nurse Roberts cheered her up. Carla comes in and tells Elliot not to say goodbye because people have come back from worse. Jordan is giving birth and only gives Dr. Cox two hours' notice; he immediately starts freaking out. Carla won't accept that Nurse Laverne Roberts is going to die. A ghost of Nurse Roberts follows Carla around until Carla finally says goodbye to her. The scene of Carla saying goodbye, alongside with the song from Keane makes the end of the episode very emotional. Featured music: "A Bad Dream" by Keane "Driving Down the Darkness" by DevilDriver 133 My Words of Wisdom April 12, 2007 616 Victor Nelli, Jr. Eric Weinberg J.D. treats a deaf patient and learns that the Janitor knows sign language. They are shocked when the father, also deaf, refuses a surgical implant that would allow his son to hear. After saying goodbye to Nurse Roberts, the Sacred Heart staff institutes some of her lessons into their lives. Though Carla thinks they've all forgotten, Dr. Cox takes time to reflect on his purpose; Elliot opens her heart to Keith; and J.D. and Turk learn compassion. Featured music: "Last Request" by Paolo Nutini 134 Their Story April 19, 2007 617 Richard Alexander Wells Andy Schwartz In a unique twist, J.D. turns his narrating duties over to Ted, the Todd and Jordan -- as this episode focuses on the lives of the supporting players at Sacred Heart Hospital. Ted juggles fantasies in which he has a full head of hair and a reality where he is helping the nursing staff fight for a raise; Todd meets his future son and helps Turk preserve his reputation and Jordan puts aside her knack for causing misery to help Elliot and Keith's relationship. 135 My Turf War April 26, 2007 618 Bill Lawrence Sean Russell Elliot's wild sorority sister, Melody (Keri Russell) comes to town. Not able to deal with being the fifth wheel, J.D. turns the girls against each other in the hopes that he will once again be Elliot's priority friend and he might get to "mack" it with Melody. Meanwhile, Turk and Dr. Cox go head to head when they disagree over whether or not a patient requested surgery is necessary. Elsewhere, Carla discovers an unlikely ghost haunting pediatrics in an attempt to keep it clean. 136 My Cold Shower May 3, 2007 619 John Inwood Janae Bakken When Elliot's engagement ring doesn't fit, Keith agrees to a "redo" in which Elliot plans her own engagement. Carla, Jordan and Elliot's sorority sister Melody gather to help plan the "surprise." Meanwhile, the men of Sacred Heart are suffering from too much talk and not enough action: J.D. keeps trying to take it past "macking" with Melody, but she keeps shooting him down, Turk and Carla have not been intimate since their baby was born, and Dr. Kelso's internet is down -- resulting in a lot of cold showers. With Elliot's engagement, her colleagues all fantasize about being married to her, each with their own personal twist. Guest-stars Keri Russell as Melody. Featured music: "Stolen" by Dashboard Confessional (single version) 137 My Conventional Wisdom May 10, 2007 620 Michael McDonald Bill Callahan As Elliot begins to plan her wedding with Keith, J.D. continues to question his true feelings for her. In an attempt to ease his best friend's mind Turk takes him to a surgeon's convention in Phoenix, but the plan backfires when J.D. runs into his ex-girlfriend Kim and discovers that she had lied to him and is, in fact, still pregnant with their child. Meanwhile, Kelso and his cronies party it up at the convention while unknown to him, the Janitor takes on the role of chief of medicine back at Sacred Heart. Guest-stars Elizabeth Banks as Dr. Kim Briggs. Featured music: "Human" by Jon McLaughlin 138 My Rabbit May 17, 2007 621 John Putch Kevin Biegel & Aseem Batra J.D. learns that Kim's baby is a boy, but is unsure of whether he could ever trust her enough to be with her. But then Turk and Cox teach J.D. a lesson about fatherhood. Meanwhile, Carla is supposed to plan Elliot's bachlorette party, but Elliot keeps taking over. Guest-stars Elizabeth Banks as Dr. Kim Briggs. Featured music: "Pure Love" by Colin Hay 139 My Point of No Return May 17, 2007 622 Linda Mendoza Garrett Donovan & Neil Goldman J.D. and Kim move in together as Elliot and Keith continue to plan their wedding, but as they each take big steps in their lives, J.D. and Elliot begin to panic and wonder if they really belong with their respective partners. Janitor and his new brain trust try to make Keith a better husband. Meanwhile, Dr. Cox continues to be angry that J.D. is his daughter's godfather. Guest-stars Elizabeth Banks as Dr. Kim Briggs. "Alive with the Glory of Love" by Say Anything  Season 7: 2007-2008 Scrubs returned for its seventh season on October 25, 2007, as part of NBC's Fall Schedule, broadcast on Thursdays with My Name Is Earl, The Office and 30 Rock. According to Braff's blog, he and Bill Lawrence would direct a bulk of the episodes, and the show would see the return of many previous characters, including appearances by Aloma Wright, formerly nurse Laverne Roberts, as a new character, Nurse Shirley. Also, Lawrence hinted that the Janitor's name would be revealed in the final episode; as of May 8, 2008 (the end of season 7), this has not occurred. Season 7 was confirmed to have a reduced number of 18 episodes, but only 11 episodes were finished and 6 aired before the 2007–2008 Writers Guild of America strike. During the strike, several sources — including Braff's blog — announced that the series would end with the remaining 5 episodes already produced, starting on April 10, 2008, with the seventh episode My Bad Too, and that the last 6 planned episodes of the final season would not be produced. Another episode, entitled "My Commitment" was partially completed before the WGA strike, but was never completed or aired. # Title Directed by Written by Original airdate PC 140 "My Own Worst Enemy" Bill Lawrence Neil Goldman and Garrett Donovan October 25, 2007 701 After the events in the On-Call room, J.D. and Elliot continue to question their respective commitments to Kim and Keith. Carla tells Turk that due to his diabetes, he can only have one candy bar every six months. Dr. Cox struggles to diagnose a patient. Meanwhile, Janitor may have a new girlfriend. Guest-stars Elizabeth Banks as Dr. Kim Briggs. 141 "My Hard Labor" Adam Bernstein Bill Callahan November 1, 2007 702 J.D.'s pregnant girlfriend, Kim, goes into labor as they begin to question their strength as a couple and as potential parents. Meanwhile, the rest of Sacred Heart team also seem to be having parenting issues, with Cox wondering whether to give his daughter an injection, Turk and Carla attempting to complete a video game so that they can focus on Izzy, and Kelso helping his son Harrison through a breakup. Dr. Cox works with a new group of interns. Guest-stars Elizabeth Banks as Dr. Kim Briggs. 142 "My Inconvenient Truth" Bill Lawrence Debra Fordham November 8, 2007 703 When the Janitor watches An Inconvenient Truth, he decides to become an Environmental Officer at Sacred Heart (with peculiar motivational methods). J.D. must deal with an inconvenient truth of his own when Dan returns to town and tells him he has to grow up. 143 "My Identity Crisis" Gail Mancuso Dave Tennant November 15, 2007 704 The Janitor learns that J.D. uses nicknames for people in the hospital whose names he doesn't know, and challenges him to learn the real names of everyone in the hospital, or take over as the Janitor for a day. Also, Dr. Cox's family is away, and he realizes that he is lonely without them. Carla fears that she is losing her Latina heritage. 144 "My Growing Pains" Zach Braff Mike Schwartz November 29, 2007 705 J.D. tries to stop acting like a child while Turk tries to bring him back. Dr. Cox has an 11-year-old patient, Josh, with leukemia, and has to deal with the child's parents who want to keep the condition a secret from Josh. On Dr. Kelso's birthday, Elliot throws him a party, and finds out that Dr. Kelso is 65 years old. The hospital's board members find out about it and force him to retire. He asks for it to be kept a secret until they find a replacement. 145 "My Number One Doctor" Will Mackenzie Janae Bakken December 6, 2007 706 Dr. Kelso signs the hospital up to RateYourDoc.org, a website where patients can evaluate their doctor's level of care online. Turk and Dr. Cox go to great lengths to get J.D. out of the number one spot on the website. Elliot must make a decision when she learns that one of her patients has intentionally overdosed on medication. Meanwhile, Carla can't figure out what the Janitor's new girlfriend sees in him. 146 "My Bad Too" Linda Mendoza Clarence Livingston April 10, 2008 707 It is the anniversary for Carla and Turk's first date and both work on getting each other the perfect gift. When Turk decides to learn Spanish, he soon realizes that being bilingual can only work to his advantage. Meanwhile, J.D. is torn about whether he should allow one of his patients, a burn victim, to attend his graduation and turns to Elliot for advice. Elsewhere, Dr. Cox decides to steal all of Dr. Kelso's food. 147 "My Manhood" Michael McDonald Angela Nielson April 17, 2008 708 J.D. and Turk try to prove their masculinity. Janitor starts a hospital newspaper titled "The Janitorial" while Turk's embarrassing secret is revealed. 148 "My Dumb Luck" Rick Blue Aseem Batra April 24, 2008 710 Dr. Cox faces a problem diagnosing a patient. Elliot and Carla try to convince the hospital board against forcing Dr. Kelso to retire. 149 "My Waste of Time" Chris Koch Andy Schwartz May 1, 2008 711 Elliot and J.D. seek out a former patient, and Dr. Cox is loving his new title. Meanwhile, the Janitor encourages Ted to be more assertive, but soon finds his own authority being challenged. Carla also approaches Turk about the idea of another baby. 150 "My Princess" Zach Braff Mark Stegemann May 8, 2008 709 Dr. Cox narrates a day's work at the hospital to his son as a medieval fairy tale. J.D. takes the role of the village idiot, Elliot is a princess, Turk and Carla are a two-headed witch, and Dr. Kelso (still head of the hospital as the episode was supposed to be broadcast before "My Dumb Luck") as a demon.  Season 8: 2009 Needing to cut costs for the eighth season, Bill Lawrence stated that he divided the writing staff up into two groups, half for the first nine episodes and half for the second nine episodes; however, Garrett Donovan, Neil Goldman, and Bill Callahan will stay for the whole season as Executive Producers and assistant head writers to Bill Lawrence (the head writer). Additionally, each main cast member will not appear in three episodes this season. An accompanying web series called "Scrubs: Interns" was also created to coincide with the season, starring the new interns with guest appearances by the main cast. The webisodes can be viewed on ABC's website. # Title Directed by Written by Original airdate PC 151 "My Jerks" Michael Spiller Angela Nissel January 6, 2009 802 Dr. Taylor Maddox (Courteney Cox-Arquette) joins Sacred Heart as new chief of medicine and Dr. Cox tries to avoid her. J.D. struggles to manage new interns. Carla helps Elliot put her ego in check and Elliot apologizes to Keith for their break-up. The Janitor is caught tormenting J.D. by Maddox and is fired. 152 "My Last Words" Bill Lawrence Aseem Batra January 6, 2009 803 J.D. and Turk set aside their personal plans to comfort a dying patient. 153 "My Saving Grace" Michael Spiller Janae Bakken January 13, 2009 804 Dr. Cox requests Dr. Kelso's help to oust Dr. Maddox from Sacred Heart. Carla decides to take self-centered, incompetent intern Katie (Betsy Beutler) down a notch by teaching her a lesson. 154 "My Happy Place" Ken Whittingham Taii K. Austin January 13, 2009 805 J.D. and Elliot reflect on their past break-ups when they try to encourage Dr. Kelso to branch out beyond the coffee shop and decide to give their relationship another try. Dr. Cox, Todd and Turk work together to help two kidney transplant patients. The Janitor is re-hired. 155 "My ABC's" Bill Lawrence Bill Lawrence January 27, 2009 801 J.D., Elliot and Dr. Cox each choose an intern to work with. J.D. picks Denise (Eliza Coupe) who lacks compassion towards patients. Elliot's intern Katie tries to use her to land a case study with Turk who picks Ed over Katie due to his multi couloured pen. Dr. Cox chooses Ed (Aziz Ansari) who is lazy and overconfident. Sesame Street Muppets including Oscar the Grouch, Grover, and Elmo guest star. 156 "My Cookie Pants" Gail Mancuso Clarence Livingston January 27, 2009 806 Elliot seeks Turk's advice on reigniting romance with J.D., who in turn tries to teach Denise to use compassion while dealing with patients. Dr. Kelso recommends Dr. Cox for the job chief of medicine, who is conflicted over taking the role. 157 "My New Role" Will Mackenzie Dave Tennant February 3, 2009 807 Dr. Cox is overcome by his new role as Chief of Medicine and approaches Dr. Kelso for help. 158 "My Lawyer's In Love" Mark Stegemann Debra Fordham February 3, 2009 808 Ted finds it hard to take an initiative when he falls in love at first sight. Meanwhile, Dr. Cox finds it difficult to handle multiple situations. 159 "My Absence" John Putch Debra Fordham & Andy Schwartz February 10, 2009 809 Elliot is faced with J.D.'s absence at the hospital. Meanwhile, Carla tells Turk that she is pregnant again. Turk takes this seriously as the whole hospital doesn't really care due to this not being their first born child. 160 "My Comedy Show" Ted Wass Devin O. Mahoney & C. Rego Marquiis February 10, 2009 810 All of the new Interns get assigned to do a role of each doctor by Turk and J.D, The sketch show ends with a sketch of Turk and J.D portrayed as a couple in love, indicating that the whole hospital thinks of them that way. Both Turk and JD begin to think they should stop their behaviour in the hospital but both find it too hard to resist. Meanwhile Elliot tries to get Denise to get out of the hospital to have fun with the other interns. Meanwhile Carla makes the Janitor believe that he is losing his mind. 161 "My Nah Nah Nah" John Putch Kevin Biegel March 18, 2009 811 Turk gets an idea about a risky procedure from watching "SportsCenter" that may restore a paralyzed teenager's ability to walk. Jordan gets mad at Dr. Cox when he wears their wedding ring. Lady refuses to hold Janitor's hand, and this upsets and confuses the Janitor. 162 "Their Story II" Michael McDonald Andy Schwartz March 25, 2009 812 Narrated from the perspective of hospital's new interns. J.D. assumes the role arguing with Dr. Cox over hospital's various needs. However, his successes do not go over well with Turk. 163 "My Full Moon" John Michel Kevin Biegel April 1, 2009 813 A full moon and some bad luck bring Sacred Heart's new interns their roughest cases yet. Meanwhile Elliot ponders her future as a doctor after she finds out the source of a patient's mysterious illness, and then has to tell the patient that she's HIV positive. 164 "My Soul on Fire, Part 1" Bill Lawrence Bill Callahan April 8, 2009 814 The Janitor and Lady send out invitations to their fake wedding in the Bahamas in order to score some free gifts, but the joke's on them when JD convinces everyone from the hospital to go. 165 "My Soul on Fire, Part 2" Bill Lawrence Bill Callahan April 15, 2009 815 Janitor and Lady's quirky, tropical, seaside wedding ceremony affirms the romance for the oddest of the hospital's couples. Meanwhile, there's trouble in paradise for the other couples. Guest Starring Series Creator - Bill Lawrence as Van (Justice of the Peace) 166 "My Cuz" Linda Mendoza Kevin Biegel April 22, 2009 816 As J.D. plans to move closer to Sam, he reaches out to make peace with Kim (guest starring Elizabeth Banks) and finds that she has a new man in her life, Elliot's ex-boyfriend (guest starring Scott Foley as Sean). Meanwhile, Turk rallies the troops at Sacred Heart to help him campaign for a promotion to chief of surgery. 167 "My Chief Concern" Zach Braff Neil Goldman & Garrett Donovan May 5, 2009 817 Change begets change when J.D. considers taking a new job so he can live closer to his son and Kim, Turk begins his new role as chief of surgery, and Ted and Gooch take their relationship to the next level. 168 "My Finale" Bill Lawrence Bill Lawrence May 6, 2009 818 J.D. intends to leave Sacred Heart to move closer to his son, while Elliot and J.D. move their relationship forward. The episode was 42 minutes long (one hour including adverts), and not 21 minutes as all the previous ones. Featured music: "Snow ((Hey Oh))" by The Red Hot Chili Peppers "The Book of Love" by Peter Gabriel (Originally by The Magnetic Fields)  References ^ Media Life ^ "A Charlie Brown Christmas ... Scrubs style". TV Squad. http://www.tvsquad.com/2006/12/09/a-charlie-brown-christmas-scrubs-style-video/. Retrieved on 2007-08-08. ^ "Musical Stylings" Season 2 Bonus Features (better reference required) ^ TV Guide news ^ Organ transplant and breast cancer are popular storyline topics among finalists for 2006 Sentinel for Health Awards, August 23, 2006 ^ Seventh Annual Sentinel for Health Awards (2006), The Norman Lear Centre, September 27, 2006 ^ "Ausiello on Supernatural, Rosie, Greek, Scrubs and More!". TVGuide.com. http://www.tvguide.com/Ask-Ausiello/070905. Retrieved on 2007-09-13. ^ IGN Staff (2007-09-13). "Scrubs Season Seven Details". 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