J.D. and Turk Strutting

J.D. and Turk Strutting

J.D. re-uses a flashback as he and Turk walk down the hallway strutting their stuff. Only this time it's J.D. that's shirtless because he's been working out.
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Turk Dances Like a Gopher

Turk Dances Like a Gopher

Turk does his impression of the Gopher dance at the end of Caddy Shack while he's telling his patient's dad that his son will never walk again. Can you think of a better way to tell him?
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Janitor and Lady

Janitor and Lady

The Janitor thinks Lady doesn't like him when she's unwilling to hold his hand in last night's Scrubs, "My Nah Nah Nah."
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Dr. Cox and Jordan

Dr. Cox and Jordan

Perry and Jordan are having the weirdest of relationship problems.. Cox decides to wear their old wedding rings and man it's pissing off Jordan.
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Denise and Sunny Kiss

Denise and Sunny Kiss

Denise and Sunny kiss during the skit show as they make fun of J.D. and Turk's bromance. The poor guys get very insecure after the whole hospital laughs.
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Elliot on the Phone

Elliot on the Phone

Elliot carries around her cell phone with J.D. on speaker phone so he can still do the narration even in my absence during the episode called, "My Absence." Get it?
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Ted and Stephanie

Ted and Stephanie

Ted finally gets to find love on Scrubs with the lovely Stephanie in last night's episode, "My Lawyer's In Love." Very cute when they sing together.
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Cox as Chief of Medicine

Cox as Chief of Medicine

Dr. Cox now sits in his office as the Chief of Medicine with Ted as his new bitch in last night's episode of Scrubs, "My New Role."
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Cox is a Fraidy Cat

Cox is a Fraidy Cat

Dr. Kelso torments Dr. Cox with a ball of yarn as he calls him a fraidy cat too scared to take the position as Chief of Medicine.
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Cox and Ed

Cox and Ed

Dr. Cox spends the episode trying to figure out why he hates his intern, Ed. Cox eventually realizes it's because Ed settles with being "one of the better" and not the best.
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J.D. and Denise

J.D. and Denise

J.D. and Denise look in on their patient, Mr. Fremont, who's dying of lung cancer and leaving behind his wife and eight year old son. Very sad... to humans like J.D. Not to Denise.
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J.D. and The Todd

J.D. and The Todd

A picture of J.D. and The Todd just moments before the Todd swoops in to give Grover a "Grover five."
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Scrubs Quotes

Dr. Cox: Pumpkin, that's modern medicine. Advances that keep people alive that should have died along time ago, back when they lost what made them people. Now your job is to stay sane enough so that when someone does come in that you actually can help, you're not so brain dead that you can't function-for the love of God, what?
J.D.: Its just... do you think we should be talking about this in front of her?
Dr. Cox: Her? She's dead. Write this down newbie, if you push around a stiff, nobody will ask you to do anything.
J.D.: You've been like a father to me.
Dr. Cox: Fair enough, you want some real advice? If they find out they nurses are doing your proceedures for you, your ass will be kicked out of here so fast it will make your head spin

J.D.: My man Turk, is getting it daily and nightly and ever so rightly! Ah! What up, dogg!
J.D.'s narration: Once every 4.2 seconds a man says something stupid that a woman hears and punishes him for... luckily, this wasn't one of those times.
Carla: What did you just say?
J.D.: "What up...dogg?"