Provider: Eastern (ET) Change
Romantic entanglements propel this episode. Colin Hay (of Men at Work fame) plays a troubadour, who sings a rendition of “Overkill” that underscores churning emotions at Sacred Heart Hospital. J.D.: Zach Braff. Dr. Cox: John C. McGinley. Elliot: Sarah (more…)
A test of character awaits Turk, who clashes with a female surgeon; a test of friendship is in store for Carla and J.D., thanks to his big mouth. Mr. Hogan: Brian Powell. Bonnie: Lela Lee. Dr. Wen: Charles Chun. Turk: Donald Faison.
Rivalry for Cox's affection pits his new flame, Julie (Heather Locklear), against his ex-wife, who's in a delicate physical and emotional state. Jordan: Christa Miller Lawrence. Dr. Reid: Lane Davies. Elliot: Sarah Chalke. Turk: Donald Faison.
Elliot faces a lawsuit from an irate, recovering patient (Alan Ruck) who was originally told by her that he had just a short time to live; J.D. and Cox treat two new patients who have identical, complicated symptoms. John Ritter and David Copperfield have (more…)
Part 1 of two. ER's Julianna Margulies plays “the scariest malpractice attorney in the city.” Not surprisingly, her dad is a patient MDs are afraid to treat. Richard Kind returns as a hypochondriac out to teach Turk a lesson. Doug: Johnny Kastl.
Conclusion. J.D.'s a prisoner of love, bewitched by a malpractice lawyer (Julianna Margulies) who's suing Turk. Elsewhere, Elliot gets short shrift from a sexist-pig patient (Jon Polito), an influential member of the hospital board.
Matthew Perry directed and plays the estranged, cavalierly Chandler-esque son of an amiable patient (John Bennett Perry, his real-life dad) in need of a new kidney. Also, Elliot wages a battle against gender discrimination. Jordan: Christa Miller Lawrence (more…)
Ego trips up J.D. over a patient's plight that Elliot diagnoses first. “When did she become a better doctor than me?,” he whines. Cox has a typically caustic response. “Probably during one of the countless days you were goofing off.”
A patient's trust binds J.D., who can't reveal a disturbing diagnosis to the afflicted's girlfriend, a winsome charmer J.D. is romancing; a hopeless case steels Elliot's resolve. Kylie: Chrystee Pharris. James: Marc D. Wilson.
- Birth Place: New Hampshire, United States
- Profession: Actor