ran for 181 Scrubs episodes and released 12 webisodes. Episodes of the TV series originally aired on NBC and ABC from 2001 to 2010 and are currently available to be viewed in syndication, on DVD, and streamed online.
Episode titles from Seasons One through Eight begin with "My" and are nearly all
narrated by J.D.. Episodes not narrated by J.D., beginning in Season Two, start with "His," "Her," or "Their" Story. "Story" episodes begin with J.D. narrating and then switch to another character's narration. Episodes from Season Nine, which feature multiple narrators, begin with "Our," signaling the major change that occurred in the series' ninth year.
Sortable list of episodes
" My Mentor"
October 4, 2001 Directed by: Adam Bernstein - Written by: Bill Lawrence
Elliot and Carla fight after Elliot tells Dr. Kelso about Carla's mistakes.
Turk tries to get a date with Carla.
J.D. tries to get Will Forte to stop smoking.
" My Best Friend's Mistake"
October 9, 2001 Directed by: Adam Bernstein - Written by: Eric Weinberg
J.D. has to kiss Elliot before he is stuck in the "friend zone."
Turk gets to close a surgical patient for the first time.
Elliot accuses Dr. Kelso of sexism when he calls her "sweetheart" during rounds.
" My Old Lady"
October 16, 2001 Directed by: Marc Buckland - Written by: Matt Tarses
J.D. tries to persuade a 74-year-old patient, Mrs. Tanner, to accept life-saving treatment.
Turk becomes friends with a patient, David Morrison, after they watch a football game together.
Elliot learns Spanish from Carla so she can talk to her patient.
" My Two Dads"
October 23, 2001 Directed by: Craig Zisk - Written by: Garrett Donovan
Dr. Kelso and Dr. Cox fight over J.D.'s trust.
Elliot uses her breasts to heal patients.
Turk gives Carla a pen as a gift, then tries to stop her from opening it when he finds out it was removed from a patient's ass.
" My Fifteen Minutes"
November 16, 2001 Directed by: Lawrence Trilling - Written by: Eric Weinberg
J.D. tries to get Dr. Cox to write his evaluation.
Turk is annoyed at being portrayed as the "black doctor hero."
Elliot finds out that Carla dumped her at a bar, and they lose their friendship.
" My Day Off"
November 20, 2001 Directed by: Elodie Keene - Written by: Janae Bakken
J.D. gets appendicitis and gets a day off work... but remains in the hospital.
Elliot finds out her physicals are cold and violent.
When J.D. doesn't want Turk to operate on him, Turk gets upset.
" My Nickname"
November 27, 2001 Directed by: Matthew Diamond - Written by: Bill Lawrence
J.D.'s and Carla's friendship comes to a critical point when his knowledge surpasses her experience.
Dr. Cox is assigned a new patient with Elliot: Jill Tracy.
Turk and Dr. Kelso fight over a bench.
" My Own Personal Jesus"
December 11, 2001 Directed by: Jeffrey Melman - Written by: Debra Fordham
J.D. sees a Christmas miracle.
Elliot helps a pregnant girl at the free clinic, but the girl disappears after being diagnosed with HELLP syndrome.
Dr. Cox asks J.D. to tape his friend's baby's birth.
" My Blind Date"
January 8, 2002 Directed by: Marc Buckland - Written by: Mark Stegemann
J.D. starts flirting with a patient but can't see her face.
Dr. Cox tries to work 24 hours without letting a patient die.
Elliot tries to get Dr. Cox's attention by assisting him.
Turk has relationship problems after he and Carla argue over a patient.
" My Drug Buddy"
January 22, 2002 Directed by: Michael Spiller - Written by: Matt Tarses
J.D. and Alex keep getting interrupted before they can have sex.
Turk keeps meeting Dr. Cox in the bathroom, and they get to know each other a little bit.
Dr. Kelso gives Carla several rides to work, and they temporarily become friends.
" My Bed Banter & Beyond"
February 5, 2002 Directed by: Lawrence Trilling - Written by: Gabrielle Allan
J.D. and Elliot sleep together for a day and suffer the consequences for their relationship.
The staff of Sacred Heart must speak with a psychologist about why they entered the medical field.
" My Heavy Meddle"
February 26, 2002 Directed by: Will Mackenzie - Written by: Mike Schwartz
J.D. tries to get over his favorite teacher's death.
Elliot gets annoyed that Turk only worked with her because she's a geek.
Dr. Kelso and Carla argue over whether a comatose patient should be allowed to listen to music.
" My Old Man"
April 9, 2002 Directed by: Adam Bernstein - Written by: Matt Tarses
J.D.'s father embarrasses him by trying to be "one of the guys."
Elliot's parents are very snobbish and expect too much of her.
Carla realizes that she is just like Turk's mother.
" My Occurrence"
May 7, 2002 Directed by: Lawrence Trilling - Written by: Bill Lawrence
Ben Sullivan causes trouble in the hospital for many people.
Ben annoys Jordan by constantly taking photos of people when they aren't expecting it.
J.D. comes to like Ben and wants to hang out with him and Dr. Cox.
J.D. can't accept it when Ben is diagnosed with leukemia.
" My Hero"
May 14, 2002 Directed by: Michael Spiller - Written by: Garrett Donovan & Neil Goldman
Dr. Cox is afraid of Ben's chemotherapy.
Dr. Kelso tricks Elliot and Carla into revealing what they really think of him.
Turk is annoyed when a major surgery is handed over to his rival surgeon, Bonnie Chang.
" My Last Day"
May 21, 2002 Directed by: Michael Spiller - Written by: Gabrielle Allan & Mike Schwartz
J.D.'s last day as an intern reminds him of everything that has happened in the last year.
Elliot reveals to Jordan that the whole hospital knows she and Dr. Cox still have sex.
J.D., Turk, and Elliot try to get rid of Frank Bober, an annoying patient who has no insurance and doesn't need surgery.
" My Case Study"
October 10, 2002 Directed by: Michael Spiller - Written by: Gabrielle Allan
The residents compete for a trip to Reno with Dr. Kelso by presenting interesting case studies.
J.D. has to choose between the trip to Reno or Dr. Cox's respect.
It's Dr. Kelso's wedding anniversary, the one day of the year when he approves expensive new equipment. Everyone takes advantage of this.
Carla and Elliot struggle to become friends.
" My Big Mouth"
October 17, 2002 Directed by: Paul Quinn - Written by: Mark Stegemann
J.D. betrays Carla by telling Turk about her feelings.
Turk realizes that Dr. Kelso chose him over Bonnie because Bonnie is a woman, not because Turk is better.
Elliot delivers bad news for Dr. Cox so he will respect her more.
" My New Coat"
October 24, 2002 Directed by: Marc Buckland - Written by: Matt Tarses
J.D. struggles to find his identity at Sacred Heart.
Elliot gains a new reputation around the hospital.
Turk betrays his friendship with Elliot in order to fit in.
" My Big Brother"
October 31, 2002 Directed by: Michael Spiller - Written by: Bill Lawrence
J.D. discovers he is ashamed of his big brother, Dan Dorian, who comes to visit.
Dan is attracted to Elliot, which annoys J.D.
Turk feels guilty for betting on a patient's life.
" My Fruit Cups"
November 14, 2002 Directed by: Ken Whittingham - Written by: Janae Bakken
J.D.'s and Turk's friendship is damaged when Turk hides $100.
Elliot's father tries to make her become an OB-GYN.
Dr. Cox is forced to choose between Julie and Jordan when a pregnant Jordan comes to visit.
" My Lucky Day"
December 5, 2002 Directed by: Lawrence Trilling - Written by: Debra Fordham
J.D. is riding high after correcting a misdiagnosis by Dr. Cox, but is jerked back to reality when his next patient dies.
Elliot struggles personally and professionally after she is forced to relinquish all of the luxuries that her father had been financing.
Carla learns that sometimes it is better to keep her opinions to herself.
" My Monster"
December 12, 2002 Directed by: Gail Mancuso - Written by: Angela Nissel
J.D. asks Gift Shop Girl out for a date.
Jordan is living with Dr. Cox again and constantly calls him to bring her massive amounts of food.
Carla feels her relationship with Turk is lacking romance.
" My Sex Buddy"
January 2, 2003 Directed by: Will Mackenzie - Written by: Garrett Donovan & Neil Goldman
J.D. and Elliot become sex buddies to relieve the stress of work.
Carla loves that her patients love her and tries to give them definite answers to their questions, putting her in conflict with Dr. Kelso.
Many of Elliot's patients switch to other doctors.
" My New Old Friend"
January 9, 2003 Directed by: Chris Koch - Written by: Gabrielle Allan
J.D. and Elliot have trouble making the transition from sex buddies back to friends.
Dr. Cox and Carla think that Mr. Corman is faking his illness.
Turk lies to Dr. Kelso, telling him he revoked a patient's driver's license, but then she crashes into Dr. Kelso's car.
" My Philosophy"
January 16, 2003 Directed by: Chris Koch - Written by: Matt Tarses & Tim Hobert
J.D. finds out that one of his favorite patients needs a heart transplant.
Turk loses the engagement ring he bought for Carla.
Elliot objects to the co-ed locker room.
" His Story" Narrated by Dr. Cox
January 30, 2003 Directed by: Ken Whittingham - Written by: Bonnie Schneider & Hadley Davis
J.D. and Turk try to convince Carla to marry Turk.
Elliot is attracted to Paul Flowers, but becomes uncomfortable when it turns out he is a male nurse.
Dr. Cox realizes that what his psychiatrist told him is true: He partially likes J.D.
" My Karma"
February 20, 2003 Directed by: Marc Buckland - Written by: Janae Bakken & Debra Fordham
J.D. and Turk cause an accident, which J.D. believes is going to bring karma.
It's Jordan's labor day, and J.D. is too scared to keep an eye on her as he has been told.
Elliot and Carla start going insane over their respective partners.
" My T.C.W."
March 20, 2003 Directed by: Adam Bernstein - Written by: Bill Lawrence
J.D. starts a relationship with Jamie Moyer ("Tasty Coma Wife").
Dr. Cox isn't getting any attention from Jordan.
Elliot/Paul and Turk/Carla fight about their relationships.
" My Kingdom"
March 27, 2003 Directed by: Michael Spiller - Written by: April Pesa
Dr. Cox convinces the hospital staff that Dr. Kelso is dead.
J.D. begins a surgical rotation and tries to fit in with the other surgeons.
Elliot and Paul have relationship problems.
" My Drama Queen"
April 10, 2003 Directed by: Michael Spiller - Written by: Will Berson
Carla tries to rush her and Turk's wedding and make it less expensive after her mother dies.
J.D. realizes his relationship with Jamie is losing its spark because there is less drama in it.
Dr. Kelso forces Dr. Cox to take a legal seminar.
" My Dream Job"
April 17, 2003 Directed by: Bill Lawrence - Written by: Bill Lawrence
J.D. and Turk's college buddy Spence comes to town for a visit.
Dr. Cox finds out that he is the father of Jordan's baby.
Dr. Kelso picks on Elliot.
" My Journey"
October 9, 2003 Directed by: Michael Spiller - Written by: Tim Hobert
J.D. gets jealous because of Elliot's relationship with Sean.
Carla finds a jar of urine and tries to find out whose it is.
" My White Whale"
October 23, 2003 Directed by: Michael Spiller - Written by: Eric Weinberg
J.D., Turk, and Elliot get their own interns.
J.D. loses his interns' respect because of his friendliness.
Elliot's interns choke when Dr. Kelso is present.
Dr. Cox and Jordan ask Dr. David Norris to be Jack's pediatrician.
" My Lucky Night"
October 30, 2003 Directed by: John Inwood - Written by: Neil Goldman & Garrett Donovan
Sean informs Elliot that he is leaving for six months, and J.D. tries to take the opportunity to ask her out.
Dr. Cox wants a promotion but realizes he needs Jordan's help to get it.
Carla joins Turk in surgery.
" My Brother, Where Art Thou?"
November 6, 2003 Directed by: Marc Buckland - Written by: Mike Schwartz
J.D.'s brother, Dan, visits again.
Dan thinks that J.D. doesn't care about his patients anymore and that the hospital has changed his attitude for the worse.
Carla and Elliot get in trouble for moonlighting.
" My Advice to You"
November 13, 2003 Directed by: Gail Mancuso - Written by: Debra Fordham
Carla's brother, Marco, arrives and doesn't get along with Turk.
J.D. meets Danni Sullivan and realizes he needs someone else in his life in order to get over Elliot.
Dr. Cox and Dr. Kelso have a power struggle over the residents.
" My Fifteen Seconds"
November 20, 2003 Directed by: Ken Whittingham - Written by: Mark Stegemann
J.D. spends more time with Dr. Cox outside the hospital.
Dr. Kelso goes temporarily deaf, and everyone takes advantage of it.
Elliot and Carla compete to make decisions about patients.
" My Friend the Doctor"
December 4, 2003 Directed by: Ken Whittingham - Written by: Gabrielle Allan
Turk becomes the stud of the hospital after a successful surgery.
Elliot doesn't feel like a doctor and wants to save someone's life.
Dr. Cox hurts his back and realizes he is getting old.
" My Dirty Secret"
December 11, 2003 Directed by: Chris Koch - Written by: Gabrielle Allan
Elliot gets in trouble because of her inability to refer to patients' genitals using medical terms.
Dr. Cox temporarily stays with J.D. and Turk because he can't handle Jordan.
Carla tries to prove that she can take a joke.
" My Rule of Thumb"
January 22, 2004 Directed by: Craig Zisk - Written by: Janae Bakken
Turk refuses to perform surgery on Dr. Cox's friend.
Dr. Cox isn't getting any respect because he is too happy to arouse fear.
Danni wants to move in with a hesitant J.D.
Carla and Elliot help a patient have sex before dying.
" My Clean Break"
February 3, 2004 Directed by: Chris Koch - Written by: Angela Nissel
J.D. wants to break up with Danni, but she beats him to it.
Elliot's looks bring her discrimination around the hospital.
Dr. Cox feels that he has gone soft ever since Jack was born, and talks to him as if he were a therapist.
" My Catalyst"
February 10, 2004 Directed by: Michael Spiller - Written by: Bill Lawrence
Kevin Casey, a great doctor with OCD, arrives at the hospital and upstages everyone.
Turk's record-time surgery is quickly outdone by Dr. Casey.
J.D. thinks that Dr. Casey would make a better mentor when he stumps Dr. Cox.
" My Porcelain God"
February 17, 2004 Directed by: Adam Bernstein - Written by: Tim Hobert & Eric Weinberg
Dr. Casey tries to sit on "The Epiphany Toilet," a germ-infested toilet on the roof of the hospital.
J.D. is upset when Turk chooses his brother to be best man.
Dr. Cox tries to persuade Dr. Kelso to reopen a wing that was closed for budget cuts.
" My Tormented Mentor"
March 2, 2004 Directed by: Craig Zisk - Written by: Gabrielle Allan
Dr. Kelso gets complaints from the nurses about sexual harassment by male staff members.
Dr. Cox is finding it hard to cope with Ben's death, and having Jordan's friends around makes it worse.
The surgeons are taken aback by Dr. Grace Miller, a new attending surgeon.
" My Butterfly"
March 16, 2004 Directed by: Henry Chan - Written by: Justin Spitzer
Turk can't find his lucky do-rag, which helps him with surgery.
Elliot has to look for her patient's lost stuffed pink dog.
J.D. wonders how events would be different, including the result of surgery on a patient, if one butterfly took a different course.
" My Moment of Un-Truth"
March 30, 2004 Directed by: Gail Mancuso - Written by: Rich Eustis
Carla's "what-if" guy, Ron Ramirez, asks her out on a date.
Dr. Cox and Dr. Kelso try to convince Elliot not to give her patient drugs because they suspect he is an addict faking pain.
Turk and Carla confide in J.D., but he can't tell anyone because he promises them not to.
" My Fault"
April 22, 2004 Directed by: Richard Wells - Written by: Debra Fordham
Dr. Kelso and Dr. Cox battle over offering full-body scans.
Turk has to un-invite someone to his wedding.
Elliot finds a new romantic partner after dumping Sean.
" My Self-Examination"
April 27, 2004 Directed by: Randall Winston - Written by: Janae Bakken
J.D. publicly humiliates Elliot and himself.
Turk has trouble writing his wedding vows.
Jordan refuses to fight with Dr. Cox, making him direct his anger toward Janitor.
" My Office"
September 7, 2004 Directed by: Gail Mancuso - Written by: Matt Tarses
J.D. and Elliot fight for the position of chief resident, as well as each other.
Carla gets frustrated with Molly for giving advice to all her friends.
Dr. Cox gets frustrated with people stealing his moment.
" My New Game"
February 20, 2004 Directed by: Ken Whittingham - Written by: Gabrielle Allan
Dr. Cox and Jordan find out that, because of a technicality, they are still married.
J.D. does not get the respect he craves as co-chief resident.
When surgery goes wrong, J.D. feels guilty for allowing Turk to do it when Todd was meant to.
" My First Kill"
September 21, 2004 Directed by: Ken Whittingham - Written by: Tad Quill
J.D. worries about whether he ever killed one of his patients.
Janitor helps Carla look for a lost Rowdy.
Elliot struggles to get her patient, Mr. Phillips, into surgery.
" Her Story" Narrated by Elliot Reid
September 28, 2004 Directed by: John Inwood - Written by: Angela Nissel
Elliot breaks off her connection with Dr. Cox and turns to Molly as her new mentor.
Turk tries to cope with having a new bedtime.
Dr. Cox agrees to show J.D. respect in front of his interns.
" My Cake"
October 12, 2004 Directed by: Henry Chan - Written by: Garrett Donovan & Neil Goldman
J.D.'s father dies, and J.D. and his brother, Dan, have to cope with it.
Turk becomes ill and suspects it may be diabetes.
Dr. Cox and Janitor are nice to J.D. while he copes with his father's death.
" My Common Enemy"
October 19, 2004 Directed by: Joanna Kerns - Written by: Bill Callahan
J.D. is annoyed when Elliot and Dan start a relationship.
Turk regrets using his diabetes to his advantage to get food from Carla.
Dr. Cox and Dr. Kelso try to stop Molly from being so happy.
" My Last Chance"
October 12, 2004 Directed by: Zach Braff - Written by: Mike Schwartz
J.D. has a chance to sleep with Molly but has to work hard to take advantage of it.
Dr. Cox has to go on ambulance duty with his worst nightmare: a optimistic woman who won't stop talking.
" My Malpractical Decision"
September 21, 2004 Directed by: Gail Mancuso - Written by: Janae Bakken
Turk pulls a fast prank on the Janitor and doesn't like the payback he receives.
Trouble abounds for J.D. and Dr. Cox when they are threatened by a patient's daughter, Neena Broderick, a malpractice lawyer.
Doug becomes a pathologist after finding his gift.
" My Female Trouble"
November 16, 2004 Directed by: Chris Koch - Written by: Debra Fordham
Turk is sued by his patient, whose lawyer is Neena, J.D.'s girlfriend.
Elliot gets Janitor to pose as Dr. Reid for her sexist patient.
" My Unicorn"
November 23, 2004 Directed by: Matthew Perry - Written by: Gabrielle Allan
J.D. tries to get Murray Marks to donate his kidney to his estranged father.
Elliot upsets people when she starts flirting to get her way.
Janitor falls madly in love with Elliot.
" My Best Moment"
December 7, 2004 Directed by: Chris Koch - Written by: Angela Nissel
Everyone remembers their best moments at Sacred Heart.
A man is admitted, and everyone pitches in to diagnose and treat him.
" My Ocardial Infarction"
January 18, 2005 Directed by: Ken Whittingham - Written by: Mark Stegemann
Elliot helps J.D. learn to handle "train wreck" codes.
Turk deals with his diabetes.
Janitor comes on too strong to Elliot and lies about being in an a cappella band.
" My Hypocritical Oath"
February 1, 2005 Directed by: Craig Zisk - Written by: Tim Hobert
J.D. struggles with whether to tell Kylie that her boyfriend has an STD.
Elliot goes against Dr. Kelso and tries to treat a patient.
Dr. Cox and Dr. Kelso clash over a prank.
" My Quarantine"
February 8, 2005 Directed by: Michael Spiller - Written by: Tad Quill
J.D. suspects a patient has SARS and causes a quarantine.
J.D. and Kylie go on their first date.
Turk discovers that Carla and Dr. Cox used to date.
" My Life in Four Cameras"
February 15, 2005 Directed by: Adam Bernstein - Written by: Debra Fordham
A health scare causes the hospital to be flooded with people believing they have E. coli.
J.D. wonders what life would be like if it were a sitcom.
Dr. Cox tries to stop Dr. Kelso from making a budget cut.
" My Roommates"
February 18, 2005 Directed by: Craig Zisk - Written by: Tim Hobert
Turk and Carla kick J.D. out of the apartment.
Dr. Cox's high school friend Ron Laver visits.
Turk and Carla realize they are having major issues when they can't survive a week without J.D.
" My Big Move"
April 12, 2005 Directed by: Victor Nelli Jr. - Written by: Bonnie Sikowitz
Janitor wants a new uniform.
J.D. gets in the middle of a fight between Carla and Turk and decides to move out.
Elliot makes Dr. Cox look like a fool with a patient.
" My Changing Ways"
May 10, 2005 Directed by: Victor Nelli Jr. - Written by: Bill Lawrence
J.D. finds a new apartment and temporarily replaces Turk.
Elliot gets a new job.
Jordan takes a full-time position at Sacred Heart, but Dr. Cox doesn't want to see her when he is at work.
" My Rite of Passage"
January 3, 2006 Directed by: Bill Lawrence - Written by: Janae Bakken
J.D. tries to build a relationship with his interns, even though Dr. Kelso advises him to treat them like crap.
Dr. Cox doesn't want to work around the hospital with Jordan.
Carla loses Elliot's trust after spreading gossip.
" My Day at the Races"
January 10, 2006 Directed by: Michael Spiller - Written by: Eric Weinberg
J.D. feels he hasn't accomplished as much as he wanted to by his age.
Turk and Carla are fed up with living with J.D.
Dr. Cox invites J.D. to participate in a triathlon with Doug and Ted.
" My Jiggly Ball"
January 10, 2006 Directed by: Rick Blue - Written by: Tim Hobert
J.D. tries to find the human side of Dr. Kelso.
Elliot is stuck working in a free clinic, but refuses to take any help.
Janitor invents Jiggly Ball.
" My New God"
January 17, 2006 Directed by: Victor Nelli Jr. - Written by: Aseem Batra
J.D. wants to come to Jack's baptism.
Carla gives Turk a pager so she can contact him when she is ovulating.
Turk realizes that "angry sex" is amazing, so he intentionally annoys Carla.
" My Way Home"
January 24, 2006 Directed by: Zach Braff - Written by: Neil Goldman & Garrett Donovan
J.D. is called into the hospital on his day off and tries to get back home.
Turk needs to persuade a family to donate their son's heart.
Carla is afraid she doesn't have the courage to be a parent.
Elliot fears she isn't smart enough to be an endocrinology expert.
" My Big Bird"
January 24, 2006 Directed by: Rob Greenberg - Written by: Debra Fordham
Turk and J.D. try to get a "thank you" out of a patient.
Carla persuades the staff to put in money for joint lottery tickets.
Elliot accidentally kisses a married man, thinking he was single.
" My Half-Acre"
February 7, 2006 Directed by: Linda Mendoza - Written by: Bill Callahan
J.D. finds the perfect girl on a blind date: Julie Quinn, whose only downfall is her clumsiness.
Dr. Cox struggles to become a caring father.
Janitor forms an air band that clashes with Dr. Kelso.
" Her Story II" Narrated by Carla Espinosa
February 7, 2006 Directed by: Chris Koch - Written by: Mike Schwartz
Carla is stressed about her age and her difficulty getting pregnant, so she takes a fertility test.
Turk helps J.D. get over his hatred of Julie's habit of saying "that's so funny!" instead of laughing.
" My Buddy's Booty"
February 7, 2006 Directed by: Randall Winston - Written by: Mark Stegemann
Mrs. Wilk is put into a coma that she may not come out of.
Elliot starts a series of booty calls with J.D.'s least favorite intern, Keith.
Carla asks Turk to convince Dr. Kelso to make the gym more female-friendly.
Dr. Cox and Janitor become friends at the bar.
" My Cabbage"
February 28, 2006 Directed by: John Inwood - Written by: Ryan Levin
Mrs. Wilk is ready to be discharged from Sacred Heart, and everyone at the hospital is happy for her.
Turk and Elliot argue over a cellphone issue.
J.D. comes to realize that his favorite intern, Jason Cabbagio, might not be cut out to be a doctor.
" My Five Stages"
March 7, 2006 Directed by: Jay Alaimo - Written by: Tad Quill
J.D. and Dr. Cox go through the five stages of grief with their favorite patient, Mrs. Wilk, whose health is declining.
Carla forces Turk to go on a string of double dates.
When Dr. Kelso hits Ted with his car, Ted finally gains power over him with a potential lawsuit.
" My Extra Mile"
March 21, 2006 Directed by: Ken Whittingham - Written by: Mark Stegemann
J.D. encourages his colleagues to go the extra mile with their patients, and his dedication is put to the test.
Turk is under a lot of stress when he finds out his ranking as a surgeon.
" My Bright Idea"
March 28, 2006 Directed by: Michael Spiller - Written by: Janae Bakken
Carla's pregnancy tests continue to turn up negative, and Turk makes a huge discovery.
J.D. helps keep a secret under wraps until the appropriate time.
J.D. tricks Janitor into eating a GPS transmitter.
" My Chopped Liver"
April 4, 2006 Directed by: Will Mackenzie - Written by: Debra Fordham
Carla helps a grieving Dr. Kelso by telling everybody "no."
Turk must decide whether to tell J.D. that spending time with him is keeping him from his work.
Dr. Cox and Jordan go on a double date with Elliot and Keith.
" My New Suit"
April 11, 2006 Directed by: Victor Nelli Jr. - Written by: Tim Hobert
J.D. takes an obese patient under his wing but can't make himself reveal a harsh truth.
Dan Dorian visits J.D. and is interested in Elliot.
Dr. Kelso forces Dr. Cox to work with Ted after an insult.
Carla and Turk try to decide on a baby name.
" His Story III" Narrated by Janitor
April 18, 2006 Directed by: John Inwood - Written by: Angela Nissel
Janitor locks J.D. in a water tower and narrates his own day as he keeps a patient company.
Dr. Cox accuses Turk of not being black.
Elliot cracks down on her interns.
" My Lunch"
April 25, 2006 Directed by: John Michel - Written by: Tad Quill
J.D. and Dr. Cox run into Jill Tracy at lunchtime.
Jill dies, and J.D. and Dr. Cox feel guilty that they didn't help a person who clearly needed help.
Jill's organs are donated to three transplant patients, but something goes terribly wrong.
" My Fallen Idol"
May 2, 2006 Directed by: Joanna Kerns - Written by: Bill Callahan
Friends try to cheer up Dr. Cox after the accidental death of several patients.
Turk can't connect with an extremely extroverted surgeon.
" My Déjà vu, My Déjà vu"
May 9, 2006 Directed by: Linda Mendoza - Written by: Mike Schwartz
Dr. Cox returns to the hospital after his drunken breakdown.
J.D. notices that moments from the past seem to repeat themselves.
Carla only lets Turk do things she can do while pregnant.
" His Story IV" Narrated by Dr. Kelso
February 1, 2007 Directed by: Linda Mendoza - Written by: Mike Schwartz
Dr. Kelso struggles to maintains peoples respect for him after the debates cause problems.
The hospital is divided after the Iraq War is debated about.
J.D. spends the day researching the Iraq War.
" My Scrubs"
March 15, 2007 Directed by: John Putch - Written by: Clarence Livingston
J.D. and Turk try to beat the system to treat an uninsured patient.
Dr. Cox tries to warn Elliot of a reformed drug addict.
The staff is condemned to wearing brown scrubs when Kelso suspects a clothing thief in their midst.
" My No Good Reason"
March 22, 2007 Directed by: Zach Braff - Written by: Janae Bakken
J.D. and Turk become infatuated with Izzy's new nanny.
Elliot is suspended when she brings a dog into the hospital.
Dr. Cox debates with Laverne over the existence of a "greater plan".
" My Cold Shower"
May 3, 2007 Directed by: John Inwood - Written by: Janae Bakken
Keith re-proposes to Elliot in front of her friends.
J.D. thinks Elliot should still be his, and some employees around Sacred Heart see this and comfort him.
Two elderly patients give Carla sexual advice.
" My Rabbit"
May 17, 2007 Directed by: John Putch - Written by: Aseem Batra & Kevin Biegel
J.D. gives a relationship with Kim another chance.
Turk doesn't perform a risky surgery on a patient when he finds out the patient has a child.
Elliot makes picky choices about her wedding.
" My Full Moon"
April 1, 2009 Directed by: John Michel - Written by: Kevin Biegel
Elliot questions if she wants to be a doctor forever.
The interns run into a patch of bad luck after they get pompous about their skills.
" My Cuz"
April 22, 2009 Directed by: Linda Mendoza - Written by: Kevin Biegel
Turk applies for and gets the Chief of Surgery position.
Kelso contracts a strain of the flu and treats himself.
J.D. realizes he's just a part time father and thinks about moving closer to Sammy and Kim.
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