And now I will be listing, totally biased by my own opinion I might add, the top fifteen sidekicks on TV.
There are some that are going to be left out for a variety of reasons. Either Continue reading
And now I will be listing, totally biased by my own opinion I might add, the top fifteen sidekicks on TV.
There are some that are going to be left out for a variety of reasons. Either Continue reading
Ok, So you may already know I am listing every alias and nickname for Shawn, Gus, Lassiter, Jules, Henry, Vick, Mc Nab and Woody on Psych. And it hit me. Another show that used nicknames a lot was Scrubs, mainly for John Dorian, Zach Braff´s character.
So, here´s the complete list of JD nicknames on Scrubs, In parenthesis, who called JD the nickname.
Complete List of JD / John Dorian Nicknames on Scrubs
Alfalfa (Kevin Turk) Continue reading
UPDATE: On May 13th ABC oficially cancelled Scrubs.
And this show is no big news to have it cancelled, since it was almost a full 13 episode swan song season.
Scrubs is getting cancelled by ABC.
No more JD Dorian, no more Turk, no more anything…
Donald Faison is already on his own new pilot TV Show, Sarah Chalke is on her own TV Pilot, and The Scrubs Writers, at their Twitter Account announced it. Scrubs is cancelled. Although final oficial confirmation is yet to come, there will be no Season 10 of one of the most beloved shows of the decade.
Let´s all salute a great show that is leaving us behind.
Are you sad Scrubs is getting cancelled? Or you think Scrubs already ended after Season 8?
Head to the comment and let me know
Folks at Mashable posted the news to dismiss the rumours about Zach Braff being dead that were huge on Twitter yesterday.
Television and film star Zach Braff, is not dead, despite the ongoing rumors to the contrary that circulated via Twitter and Facebook yesterday.
Apparently prankster Chris Laganella (who has since apologized), thought a web page spoof that he created back in 2007 about Braff being dead would go unnoticed by all but his friends.
Yesterday, quite the opposite happened, and the Twittersphere randomly blew up with tweets that recirculated the rumor to trending status for most of the day. The rumor made such an online stir that Braff himself took to YouTube to create a hilarious video confirming that he is, in fact, alive.
Zach Braff opens the video saying, “I’m alive.” He then goes on to poke fun at his own sitcom, Scrubs, laughs at the fact that his “I’m alive” post didn’t get that many likes on Facebook, and also humorously draws attention to the glaring inaccuracies of the celebrity death rumor. In one of his funnier quips, Braff refutes the claim that he was found dead in a 32,000 square foot estate by saying, “Look, I’m not Oprah, that’s a big ass house.”
All in all the video is quite hysterical. We especially like the douchebag of the day award Braff doles out to Laganella at the 1:45 mark. But, we won’t spoil the whole video for you, check it out for yourself below.
And to give out some evidence, Zach Braff himself on his Facebook page posted this “Zach Braff not dead video” Continue reading
Ok, We selected the best quotes from Barney Stinson already. Now it´s time for another of the greatest characters on TV: Scrubs Dr Perry Cox
And we selected the Best Quotes from Dr Perry Cox on Scrubs
Hope you like them.
“Scrubs: My New God (#5.5)” (2006)
Dr. Cox: Remind me again, why are you having our son babtised?
Jordan: Oh what do you care? You’re not even going!
Dr. Cox: Fine, let him go to chruch. I mean i let him go to magic shows. I’ll just tell him it’s all a lie when he gets home, so he doesn’t have any of those crazy nightmares
Jordan: By the way, i invited your sister
Dr. Cox: Oh Jordan please tell me you didn’t!
Jordan: Oh i’m sorry sweetie. I don’t think she’d be so upset. I’ll call her and tell her not to come.
Jordan: How weird would it be if i was like that?
J.D.: When is this joy assescation?
Dr. Cox: You’re not invited
J.D.: Oh i see, family only everyone. That’s how they’re doing it
Carla: I’m going
Dr. Cox: Newbie, give me a break of course you’re going! For the matter of fact, i’d like you to be the boys godfather
J.D.: [whispering] I… am… honored!
Dr. Cox: [whispering] I… am lying
Dr. Cox: Everyone! This is my sister Paige. Paige I’d like you to meet random people I don’t care about
J.D.: Hi I’m JD! I’m sure Perry has spoken of me
J.D.: Nothing about taking a taunted go getter under his wig or being surrogate father to a boy who lost his one? Nothing about that at all? I’m surprised. It’s interesting for me, but okay!
J.D.: Don’t cry in front of people
Paige: Perry and I don’t talk much
J.D.: Ohhh they don’t talk much everybody! There’s not much talking in the family.
Dr. Cox: Rest assured, Newbie. Even if we did talk from morning till night about all the big and tiny things that matter most to me. The big being my son Jack, a cure for cancer and the resurgence of the hard-shelled taco; the small…
Paige: [copying Cox] The small being my ex-wife Jordan, wind energy and a-ha-hall fruit-infused liquors… your name still would not have come up.
Paige: You know what used to drive Perry nuts as a kid? Every night we’d play horse in the driveway and i’d always kick his ass
J.D.: Can Christians say ass now? I have a friend, Pat Casey, he called his mum an ass once. She hit him in the face with an iron. He still goes to church, but he can’t whistle anymore
Paige: Okay, i need to go say hi to Jordan
[she walks off. Cox arrives as soon as Paige is gone]
J.D.: She’s dynamite. How’d you end up with a born again Christian sister?
Dr. Cox: I don’t know. Maybe the TV was broken one day and she picked up the bible and found it to be just a darn good read. Or, maybe it had something to do with out mothers ability to watch silently as our dad drunkenly knocked us from room to room. What do you think Newbie?
J.D.: Probably the room to room thing
J.D.: Dr. Cox! If it makes you feel any better, at the baptism I’ll be there to keep Paige company
Dr. Cox: Yeah. You’re not going
J.D.: Dammit! Stupid baptism.
J.D.: Morning, sunshine!
Dr. Cox: Never say that again
J.D.: Noted. That was quite a fight you had with your sister yesterday. Won’t it be a little awkward when you show up at St. Mary’s Cathedral on the corner of Maple and Pine, right across from Temple Oheb Shalom, at 4 P.M. today?
Dr. Cox: That’s not where the baptism is, but nice try.
J.D.: Mark my words… when that little bastard’s dipped in water, I will be there.
Dr. Cox: Anyway, I just invited Paige to come by. Mr. Donnelly’s labs came back and it looks like the steroid is finally working. If you happen to be keeping score at home, that would be Medicine, One -God, Zero.
J.D.: Ah, you don’t have to rub it in her face.
Dr. Cox: Yeah, and I don’t have to stick Kelso’s stethoscope down my pants every morning, but I still do. Now isn’t there some other relationship you could be out there trying to fix?
Dr. Cox: Could I comment on the baptism dress?
Paige: I think you should wait to see the matching slippers and tiny handbag
Dr. Cox: You’re actually encouraging him to cross-dress on the same day that you’re introducing him to a religion that will condemn him to Hell for it. That’s a trauma twofer.
Jordan: Can you two please just try to get along? Now I’m getting some blush for Jack, because this lace collar is washing out his face. Terrible.
Dr. Cox: Paige, will you just acknowledge that medicine made Mr. Donnelly better?
Paige: Fine. It was medicine.
Dr. Cox: Aha
Paige: Thank God for creating medicine
Dr. Cox: [Flipping out] A-ghe-de-geh-geh-geh!
Dr. Cox: That’s it! That is it.
[Grabs Jack, who begins giggling wildly]
Dr. Cox: Now you, you may be a total goner, but God’s not getting his hands on this one. No way, no how. Come on, Jackie boy, we got places to go.
J.D.: You can rub mine’s belly if I can rub yours’.
Dr. Cox: Don’t you touch my son
Dr. Cox: There will be no whining or crying while we sit here, understood?
J.D.: [Stroking Jack's hair] He seems fine.
Dr. Cox: I wasn’t talking to him.
J.D.: I don’t whine or cry.
Janitor: Really? Then how do you explain these photos of you whining and crying as you run away from the Kwans’ apartment?
J.D.: These are coasters.
Janitor: My camera’s broken.
Dr. Cox: You know what, there, Newbie? You can go to the baptism. Now take Jack; Jordan’ll kill me if he’s not there. Plus, I know you – you’re exactly one watered-down appletini away from trying to fix my sister and me.
J.D.: No, thank you. If there’s one thing I learned from this guy
[gestures at the Janitor]
J.D.: , it’s I need to stop trying to fix people’s relationships.
Janitor: You’re welcome
J.D.: Still, I’ve never known you to judge a person based on their beliefs. In fact, you’re pretty tolerant of everyone. Except Hugh Jackman
Dr. Cox: Meh
J.D.: I just don’t understand why your sister being religious bothers you so much
Dr. Cox: It doesn’t
J.D.: Then why are you so angry?
Dr. Cox: It’s not the God stuff.
[Faces her seriously]
Dr. Cox: I have worked hard to try to forget everything about our childhood. But when I see you, I… I can’t think about anything else.
Paige: It’s hard for me, too.
Dr. Cox: But I don’t see why you can’t be there for the major events in Jack’s life
Paige: I’d love to see him turn three
Dr. Cox: The *major* events, Paige: His graduation, his wedding, his divorce, and his funeral… the Big Four
Paige: I beat you at Horse, he has a church wedding
Dr. Cox: Done
Dr. Cox: You know, Paige is a silly name.
Paige: Perry’s worse
“Scrubs: My New Game (#4.3)” (2004)
Jordan: Have a good day. Try not to torture anyone so much that they take their own lives.
Dr. Cox: I’ll try. You know, you’re not looking as processed and overly-medicated as usual.
Jordan: That is so sweet!
Dr. Cox: Don’t tell me – you and Sweaty Teddy here are gonna finally have that commitment ceremony you’ve been dreaming about?
Dr. Kelso: Perry, even if I went that way – and believe me, there were nights in the service when it didn’t sound so far-fetched – Ted is hardly my type.
Ted Buckland: I beg to differ, I’ve seen Enid.
Carla: Miss Myers is ready to have her bandages removed now.
Dr. Cox: Who do you mean, dashboard-face?
Carla: Yeah, I think she prefers “Miss Myers.”
Dr. Cox: Well then she probably shouldn’t be checking her e-mail while she’s driving ninety miles an hour.
Dr. Cox: You know what? I’ve got a son, I don’t fantasize about Jordan dying as much anymore, and, even though it wasn’t planned, I’m actually pretty happy about the way this whole marriage thing has worked out. Sooo, would you please stop your chirping and step away from my personal life?
Dr. Clock: So what’s his wife like?
Carla: So scary!
Dr. Cox: There’s no way in hell that I’m gonna listen to you complain about the rest of your life for the rest of my life, you got that?
Jordan: Yeah, not listening. By the way, now that we’re married again, we’ve gotta make out new wills in case one of us dies.
Dr. Cox: Oh, God, I hope it’s me.
Dr. Cox: Mm-hm. Why don’t you just…
Dr. Clock: Mind my own business. I know, your life is your life, and it’s not my job to fix it, unless of course you ask me to. And, man, would I get in there, ’cause I’m a good shrink and you, my friend, are a walking disaster. Shall we?
Dr. Cox: Yeah, I make it a point to never enter a shrink’s office unless I’m planning on grossly overpaying somebody for telling me something that I already know.
Dr. Clock: Look, you’re obviously really distracted by the situation with your marriage…
Dr. Cox: Something I already know, what do I owe? Will ten bucks cover it?
Dr. Cox: Jordan! Will you… will you divorce me?
Jordan: Ohh, I thought you’d never ask!
“Scrubs: My Half-Acre (#5.9)” (2006)
J.D.: I know I haven’t hit it in a white, but there’s good reasons for that
Dr. Cox: Two good reasons: his face and his personality.
J.D.: Sticks and stones may break my bones…
J.D.: But words will hurt forever
Jordan: Will you say good bye to Jack before I drop him off at preschool?
Dr. Cox: [pets his sons head] Bye, little man.
Jordan: Perry, this is your son, not a pitbull. Give him a kiss.
Dr. Cox: Jordan, he’s starting to look like a guy. And I’m just not real big on kissing guys. I mean, when my father wanted to show me affection he would just purposely miss when he threw bottles at my head.
Jordan: You are gonna be a much better dad than your dad was. Now give him a proper goodbye!
Dr. Cox: [shakes Jack's hand] Son, always a pleasure. No more kissing!
[Cox walks off]
Jordan: You’re crazy!
Carla: I don’t understand, why wouldn’t you kiss him?
Dr. Cox: [singing voice] Stay out of it, Carla!
Mrs. Wilk: Stay out of what?
Carla: Dr. Cox won’t kiss his son.
Mrs. Wilk: What is wrong with you?
Dr. Cox: Ladies, I hate to disappoint but my quota for women who bug the living bejeezus out of me has been met for the next billion years.
Carla: I think he described all the extra effort he put in so you would tell him what an amazing doctor he is.
Mrs. Wilk: Now that you’ve told me it won’t sound sincere.
Carla: He won’t care.
Mrs. Wilk: Dr Cox, you’re amazing.
Dr. Cox: It’s just my job.
Lonnie: Dr. Cox, would you help me with a centeral line.
Dr. Cox: Fine, Lonnie. But hand to God, if you so much as look at me for the next month I will mummify your head in surgical tape.
Lonnie: Thank you Dr. Cox!
Lonnie: Is he gone? No? Hello?
Patient: I’m a Jehova’s Witness, I can’t get a transfusion. We believe that blood should not be passed from person to person
Dr. Cox: Well I’m a doctor and we believe that without surgery a patient in your condition can suffer from a major case of deadness.
Carla: Don’t worry, he will figure out another way to treat you
Dr. Cox: [laughing as he walks off] Hehehe! No he won’t!
Carla: So what’s the deal, cranky pants?
Dr. Cox: I’m just sick and tired of having to living up to everybody’s expectations. Lonnie needs a central line, you want me to help Mrs London and every patient in this dump looks at me for some miracle cure. I mean honestly Carla, with Jehovah as my witness, sometimes it is just too much.
Carla: Yeah, I’m not buying it. You’ve been putting up with this stuff around here for over 20 years.
Dr. Cox: Not just here; at home too. Jordan expects me to be this amazing sensitive father.
Carla: So that is what this is about? You shouldn’t sweat the sensitive Dad stuff. You’ll get there.
Dr. Cox: You don’t know anything.
J.D.: How did you know I’d move to fast with Julie?
Dr. Cox: How do you know that I can be that kind of dad?
Turk: How did you that Kelso just wanted respect?
Elliot: Because I know you!
Carla: Because I know you!
Janitor: Because I know him!
Todd: [watches it on the security camera] This is so cool!
“Scrubs: My Rite of Passage (#5.2)” (2006)
Jordan Sullivan: Let’s go Per!
Dr. Perry Cox: I’ve been waiting for an hour.
Jordan Sullivan: I know, I was leafing though a magazine and watching you on the security cameras. My favorite part is when you said “Screw her!” and then you stormed out, but then you came back because you realised
Jordan Sullivan: I have the keys!
Dr. Perry Cox: Jordan. Now that you work here *h-every* day, if the carpool torturing persists, I’m gonna put a plexi-glass seperator right down the middle of the car so you can’t drive me crazy – you can’t, you can’t, you can’t. Unfortunately your door handle doesn’t work from the inside, which simply means that if we’re in a fiery crash you won’t be able to get out. Eeh, whatever.
[Jordan walks off while Cox is still speaking. He doesn't even notice]
Dr. Perry Cox: That’s a risk I’m sure willing to take.
[looks up to see Jordan gone]
Dr. Perry Cox: Jorderoo?
[camera switches to the view of Dr. Cox on the security monitor]
Dr. Perry Cox: Hello?
Jordan Sullivan: I’m in here! You can’t see me!
Dr. Perry Cox: Jordan!
Dr. John “J.D.” Dorian: [Jd is in "time-out" when Cox's Interns for saying "let's rock'n roll"] I’m an attending
Dr. Perry Cox: Tell it to the wall Newbie
Dr. Christopher Turk: How do i know this guy?
Dr. Perry Cox: Maybe you used to date him?
Dr. Christopher Turk: Oh that’s so clever. I’m gay! Wow! It’s good!
Dr. Perry Cox: I’m tired
Dr. Perry Cox: Oh. Would everyone please watch this? Because nobody, but nobody, cries like Sammy. He leads off with the Chin Quiver.
[Thompson does so]
Dr. Perry Cox: Then he goes right to the Look Away.
[Thompson drops his eyes, and waves off Jordan's hand on his shoulder]
Dr. Perry Cox: He tries to hold it back but he just can’t because there’s too much pain!
[Thompson's body shudders]
Dr. Perry Cox: And then finally, he squeezes out one single… tear
[mock cries and leads the applause]
Dr. Perry Cox: … Ladies and gentlemen, that is some quality Crack Addict Theatre!
Dr. Christopher Turk: I can’t watch this.
Nurse Roberts: Then move your big, bald biscuit head! Some of us don’t have cable.
Jordan Sullivan: Sam? What are you doing back here?
Sam Thompson: Hey, lambchop. Uh, crazy story – I was, uh, I was taking a bus to my plane ticket, there was an accident, and thank God I’m alive. I’d hug you but I, uh, uuuggghhh
[wiggles handcuffed hand and chuckles]
Sam Thompson: !
Dr. Kelso: Jordan. This is one of our most famous con artist-slash-drug addicts.
Sam Thompson: Nice to see you, sir.
Dr. Kelso: You as well. Turkleton? You’ve dealt with him before…
Sam Thompson: Hey, dude!
Dr. Kelso: why didn’t you tell her?
Dr. Christopher Turk: [Pointing at Cox] ‘Cause he told me not to!
Dr. Perry Cox: This is gonna cost you.
Dr. Perry Cox: It’s a rite of passage that you have to go through around here to be accepted.
Jordan Sullivan: Oh my God! You actually did something nice for me!
Dr. Perry Cox: No, no. No no no no no no no. It was a selfish act. If other people talk to you, you won’t have to talk to me!
“Scrubs: My Cake (#4.6)” (2004)
Dr. Perry Cox: Say, Barbie, for a second there, I thought you were being a little bit cold, but then you really saved it with the ”
Dr. Perry Cox: … ‘Kay.”
Dr. Elliot Reid: What are you going to do, hide from him all day and then call him “Ginger”?
Dr. Perry Cox: No. It’s Monday, which of course means it’s Ethnic Day, so I’ll be going with Rosalita, and besides, I have a plan.
Dr. Elliot Reid: Which is?
Dr. Perry Cox: Yeah, unfortunately, the first part of the plan is not to share it with people who annoy me. Want to hear the second part?
Dr. Elliot Reid: Sure
Dr. Perry Cox: I can’t. My hands are tied by the first part
Dr. Perry Cox: Hey, Newbie? Just in case you didn’t actually notice, I have been covering all your patients, answering all your pages, and doing pretty much everything shy of picking up your sundress from the drycleaners.
J.D.: Well, I didn’t ask you to do any of that, did I?
[he storms off]
Dr. Perry Cox: Outstanding! You’re walking away like a pissy little ingrate. I mean, bravo!
Dr. Perry Cox: Bravo, ah!
[He whistles as Ted walks up and joins him in applauding. Cox stops clapping]
Ted: What are we clapping for?
Dr. Perry Cox: His dad just died.
[Ted's applause trails off]
Dr. Perry Cox: Dammit
I was re watching Scrubs… and on season 2 I crossed the best quote about revenge, after J.D. finds out Turk took a hundred that were supposed to go to him and thinks:
“Revenge is a plate better served cold… noy unlike this tapioca pudding”
What is your favourite quote about Revenge?
We are reviewing all the cancelled shows and renewed shows of the season.
Although ABC hasn´t already renewed Scrubs for a ninth season. Now, reports say that ABC is going to renew Srubs for a new season. So, everything´s good!
So, everything´s good for Scrubs. And After the Season Finale of Scrubs there are still doubts about a renewal. But The prospects are brightening, and on May 19th, it is expected that ABC oficially renews Scrubs for a new season.
Scrubs is an American comedy-drama that premiered on October 2, 2001, on NBC. It was created by Bill Lawrence and is produced currently by ABC Studios (formerly known as Touchstone Television). The show follows the lives of several employees of Sacred Heart, a teaching hospital. It features fast-paced dialogue, slapstick, and surreal vignettes presented mostly as the daydreams of the central character, Dr. John Michael “J.D.” Dorian. The show’s title is a play on surgical scrubs in addition to “scrubs” being slang for the new and inexperienced. During the seventh season, NBC announced that it would not renew the show. Shortly after the seventh season finale, ABC announced that it had bought the rights to the show and on January 6, 2009, the eighth season of Scrubs premiered on ABC. The eighth season finale aired on May 6, 2009. While ABC is in talks with the producers regarding renewal of the show for a ninth season, it is unknown whether the series will continue and how much of the cast will be retained if it does.
The first season introduces J.D. and his best friend Turk in their first year out of medical school as interns at Sacred Heart Hospital. J.D. quickly meets his reluctant mentor, Dr. Perry Cox, an attractive young woman (and fellow intern) named Elliot, on whom he has a crush, the hospital’s janitor, who goes out of his way to make J.D.’s life miserable, the Chief of Medicine, Dr. Bob Kelso, who is more concerned about the budget than the patients; and Carla Espinosa, 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 second season focuses on Dr. John Dorian’s second year practicing medicine at Sacred Heart, where he is now a resident. 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.
In the third season 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.
In season four, 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.
Season five 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 (Travis Schuldt) who Elliot soon makes her new boyfriend, much to J.D’s disatisfaction.
The sixth season sees J.D. and the other characters mature to fill the different roles required of them. J.D. is cast in the role of expecting father since his girlfriend, Dr. Kim Briggs (Elizabeth Banks), 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. In season seven J.D. and Elliot struggle once again to deny their feelings for one and other, despite Elliot soon to be marrying Keith and J.D. to have his first son with Kim, whilst the Janitor may have a new girlfriend, Bob Kelso’s job is also put on the line as he approaches the age of 65, J.D’s brother Dan also returns to town.
The eighth season sees Dr. Kelso’s replacement arrive; Dr. Taylor Maddox (Courteney Cox-Arquette), who quickly makes a lot of changes affecting the way doctors treat patients, Elliot and J.D. finally discuss their true feelings for each other, Janitor and Lady (Kit Pongetti) marry, while Dr. Cox is promoted to chief of medicine, J.D. prepares to leave Sacred Heart to move closer to his son, along with Elliot. Turk is also promoted to chief of surgery at Sacred Heart.
Coinciding with season eight, Scrubs: Interns was also launched, focusing around the eighth seasons medical interns Sunny Day (Sonal Shah), Denise (Eliza Coupe), Katie (Betsy Beutler) and Howie (Todd Bosley) the Interns learn from various characters of the show about life in the hospital.
Are you happy that Scrubs gets renewed for a ninth season by ABC? I know I am…
The thing abobut medical shows is that they display some diseases you never heard of, some diseases you can´t stop talking about, and some strange cases…
But… is anyone of these medical series going to talk about Swine Flu? House MD and the Swine Flu? Grey´s Anatomy featuring a Swine Flu case? Maybe Private Practice? Scrubs? Probably not… since most of the shows are done filming or in the process of finishing…
So, you won´t see the most talked about disease on TV on TV Shows for a bit…
You watch House MD doctors and they all wear their Scrubs open. Doctor Cameron does it, doctor Chase does it, doctor Foreman does, doctor Cuddy, doctor Wilson, doctor Taub, Doctor Thirteen, Doctor Kutner… everyone do it… well, except Doctor House, but he doesn´t even wear scrubs.
Isn´t the purpose of the scrubs to be closed and protecting the clothes, and being higienic? Well, apparently it´s more important for the show to let people know what they´re wearing underneath, since it´s soooo pretty what they wear.
But let´s see, maybe the problem is House MD… but oh, no, no, no… Grey´s Anatomy doctors also wear their scrubs open… ER doctors do it too, Private Practice doctors do it, even Scrubs doctors do it!
Come on!!!! Close them, button them up… you do so good medical researches for each episode but you can´t say, hey… these are worn buttoned up?
Tonight in a back to back Scrubs Night, we will watch two episodes of Scrubs.
Scrubs Season 8 Episode 5 – My ABC and Scrubs Season 8 Episode 6 My Cookie Pants.
Featuring a special appearance from Sesame Workshop’s “Muppets”, J.D. learns a lesson about the gift of compassion, while Elliot gets scammed by intern Katie to secure a spot on Turk’s team.
Donald Faison (Dr. Christopher “Chris” Duncan Turk)
Sarah Chalke (Dr. Elliot Reid)
John C. McGinley (Dr. Percival “Perry” Cox)
Judy Reyes (Nurse Carla Espinosa)
Ken Jenkins (Dr. Robert “Bob” Kelso)
Neil Flynn (The Janitor)
Zach Braff (Dr. John Michael “J.D.” Dorian)
Episode Guest Star:
Kevin Clash (Elmo)
Eliza Coupe (Katie)
Betsy Beutler (Denise)
Julia Campbell (Mrs. Fremont)
Carroll Spinney (Oscar the Grouch)
Eric Jacobson (Grover)
Aziz Ansari (Ed)
David Goryl (Mr. Fremont)
J.D. learns the hard way that not even Elmo can teach the gift of compassion to those who don’t care to learn (Sesame Workshop’s “Muppets” guest star).
Elliot and J.D. encounter a road block in their newfound romantic relationship, and Dr. Cox considers taking the now vacant Chief of Medicine post.
John C. McGinley
Episode Guest Stars:
Erin Kate Whitehead