The Wizard of Oz - Scrubs Season 5 Episode 7

The Wizard of Oz - Scrubs Season 5 Episode 7

Carla, JD, Turk, and Elliot are following the yellow brick road
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No ketchup for Ted - Scrubs

No ketchup for Ted - Scrubs

Ted is such a sad sack; he doesn't deserve ketchup
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J.D. and the Blue Man Group

J.D. and the Blue Man Group

After getting drunk on the porch, J.D. ends up in Vegas with the Blue Man Group.
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Scrubs Season Nine Cast Pic

Scrubs Season Nine Cast Pic

Say goodbye to the cast of season nine of Scrubs. We'll miss them and they ain't coming back for ten.
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Students Say Thanks

Students Say Thanks

The Scrubs medical students say their thanks to the family of their cadavers during the season nine finale.
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Cole has T-Payne

Cole has T-Payne

Cole ends up making a T-Payne style rap for after he hears the outcome of his cancer test.
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Dr. Kim Briggs Picture

Dr. Kim Briggs Picture

A picture of the beautiful Elizabeth Banks as Dr. Kim Briggs, the mother of J.D.'s first child, Sam.
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Keith Dudemeister Picture

Keith Dudemeister Picture

A picture of Keith Dudemeister, Elliot's fiance for a bit.
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Kim and Floating Head Doctor

Kim and Floating Head Doctor

Kim gets to spend time with the mysterious floating head of J.D., aka the floating head doctor.
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Elizabeth Banks on Scrubs

Elizabeth Banks on Scrubs

The beautiful Elizabeth Banks begins her long recurring role on Scrubs as Dr. Kim Briggs, a urologist at Sacred Heart.
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Cox Loses Confidence

Cox Loses Confidence

After returning to work after his forced leave of absence, Dr. Cox seems to have lost his signature confidence.
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Struggling Cox

Struggling Cox

Struggling Dr. Cox hits the bottle extra hard after the death of three patients.
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Scrubs Quotes

J.D.: You were wrong and I was right.
Dr. Cox: I beg your pardon?
J.D.: Anosmia isn't a side-effect of I.V. Imipenem. Plus, Mr. Blair had multiple nasal polypectomies, and septoplasty; and his loss of smell is most likely caused by repeated manipulation of the sinuses along with concurrent infection. So, I didn't make a mistake; and you were wrong when you said, "Nice goin', Newbie."
Dr. Cox: Here you've put me in a tough situation: I can't honestly decide whether to say, "Duh," uh, "Doy," or a very sarcastic, "Oh, really?" My God, Fiona, I know it wasn't your fault; hell, the patient probably knows! But he seemed a little distraught, like maybe being able to blame somebody for a second or two just might make him feel a little better? And, I know, maybe it's me, but doesn't that seem like something that goes right along with wearing that fancy white coat? It... does, doesn't it.
J.D.: Kinda.
Dr. Cox: Gosh, I'm so proud of ya. Put her there.
He hold out his hand
Dr. Cox: Woof.
J.D.'s Narration: "Woof?"

J.D.: Dan was in my tub for four hours, drinking beers and singing "She's Gone."
Dan: How do you take a bath?