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Scrubs' Judy Reyes Welcomes Baby Girl

Judy Reyes

Scrubs star Judy Reyes has given birth to a girl, according to People.

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Reyes, 42, and her boyfriend, director George Valencia, welcomed Leila Rey Valencia to the world on Friday, Nov. 27. The newborn weighed in at 6 lbs., 7 oz. and was 19 inches long.

This is the first child for the couple. Reyes, who announced her pregnancy in June, admitted to being nervous about parenthood. But she said she looked forward to watching her baby experience the world... read more

Scrubs' Judy Reyes Expecting First Child

Judy Reyes

Judy Reyes, who plays Carla on Scrubs, is expecting her first child with her boyfriend, filmmaker George Valencia.

Reyes is four months' along, says her rep, and is due in November.

When Scrubs returns in December for a ninth season, Reyes' ... read more

"My Number One Doctor"

And this is the Scrubs weve seen a little too much of of lategood enough to watch but only intermittently or fitfully funny and perhaps not quite seemlessly mixing the frequent tragedy of medical life with the various sorts of comedy offered upA recap can be pretty quick on this episode since the A B and C plotlines are pretty thin in outline Elliot faces an ethical dilemma when she learns that one of her private-practice patients dying of ALS has landed in the hospital in a suicide attempt Elliot is unsure as to whether to make the authorities and her patients home-healthcare nurse aware of this or to allow the patient to die on her own terms JD suggests she should tell for no better reason than that Elliot tends to let such things get under her skin by episodes end Elliot has decided to keep her patients secret having accidentally let the dying woman know how more effectively to drug herself to death Meanwhile JD having discovered how insanely compe read more

"My Growing Pains"

Now this was the Scrubs weve come to expectsharp goofy but grounded humane Very funny even when painlessly lecturingJD hangs out at the nurses station with Turkand with his infant son Turk invites JD to play basketball which JD declines pointing out that his son is strapped to his chestTurk suggests that he simply wont pass the ball to JD and JD notes that that would be just like a typical game for them JD also has a brief fantasy about being able to breastfeed his boy one among several large-breasted lactating male cast members a tapped-out JD allows Kelso to feed the child JD had apparently used most of his own milk in winning a squirting duel with Turk who then sprays Kelso and JD in a sneak attack Turk is brought up short by Carla who notes that Turk could be spending time with their daughter Izzy Meanwhile interns are being detailed to follow at a close distance a resident known for his short temper Hooch a character read more

"My Identity Crisis"

Well like a baseball or beisbol team sometimes a great series needs a rebuilding season My Identity Crisis still wasnt up to the heights of most previous years of Scrubs but it was the funniest episode of the season so far and it will doWe begin with a dream sequence Carla Judy Reyes is making out with her husband Turk Donald Faison in a hospital bed at Sacred Heart Turk pulls out a restraint and binds her wrist to the bedframe but the prospect of kinky fun is dampened by the sudden appearance of JD Zach Braff and then Elliot Sarah Chalke who are there to murder Carla allowing Turk and JD to pal around endlessly and Elliot to steal and raise Carlas daughter Izzi What turns out to be the most disturbing aspect of the nightmare for Carla however when she awakens is that its the first dream she remembers having in English rather than in Spanish Meanwhile Cox John C McGinley is informed by his partner Jordan Christa Miller too absent of late read more

"My Inconvenient Truth"

Well despite JD Zach Braff finally being told by nearly everyone he knows that he needs to grow up and Coxs useful if revenge-driven demand that Elliot recognize that she is starving herself dangerously this was the frothiest episode of the season so far And yet while pleasant it also managed to be the least funny even given that it was paced like the most like typical Scrubs episodes of past seasonsAs part of NBCs Green Week stunt the episode begins with a discussion between hospital lawyer Ted Sam Lloyd sadly underused this season till this episode and the Janitor over Teds relative eco-friendliness versus the Janitors tendency to leave his van running all day so that its air-conditioned for his drive home Ted shows the Janitor Al Gores augmented-lecture documentary An Inconvenient Truth and the latter is inspired to ask Kelso if he can become the ecology officer for the hospital Assured that it will cost Sacred Heart no money Kelso agrees just to ge read more

"My Hard Labor"

Another pretty solid episode still not Scrubs at its comic best and still at least as much about the serious subtexts of the series as about the blackouts and fantasy sequencesKim Elizabeth Banks is about to give birth and JD Zach Braff is ready for everything except for openly admitting to Kim that he doesnt love her Meanwhile Cox John C McGinley looks for someone competent to give his infant daughter a shot unwilling to give it to her himself for fear that shell associate him with pain Carla Judy Reyes cant do itsince shes enraged at Turk Donald Faison for his stubborn insistence on playing a console video game to its conclusion or at least for his obliviousness to her need as great as his to be something other than a parent sometimes and to a much lesser extent to his obliviousness to her ability to play the game better than either her husband or the Janitor Neil Flynn Even Kelso Ken Jenkins proves his worth as a parent while drun read more

"My Own Worst Enemy"

At last the best sitcom on television is back alas for its final short seasonSynopsis Picking up with the season finales emotional cliff-hanger JD Zach Braff] and Elliot Sarah Chalke are about to kiss JD speculates that they are both afraid to commit even to this but after seeing Elliot close her eyes he readies himself only to discover that Elliot is about to call them both to their senses or at least to get them both to wonder why they keep pulling themselves and each other out of serious relations Elliot decides she cant marry Keith Travis Schuldt and tells him so only days before the wedding he doesnt take it so well After a week of insulting Elliot at every opportunity Keith arranges to pick up his stuff at her apartment with the proviso that shell not be there she cant abide his hostility though and shows up hoping to make things at least civil between them Instead they become impulsively romantic leading to Elliot breaking up with h read more

Judy Reyes: How Scrubs' Carla Got Her Groove Back

Judy Reyes

If you've attended too many bar mitzvahs or events where people are shaking it and clamoring for the tchotchkes that the dancers hand out, then you'll probably get a kick out of Glow Ropes: The Rise and Fall of a Bar Mitzvah Emcee. In the recent DVD release, Scrubs' spunky Judy Reyes breaks out of her TV role to play a heavily accented and much-sought-after party planner. TVGuide.com caught up with Reyes to learn how she landed this role, how her recovery from hip surgery has been going, and, of course, to get lots of scoop on Scrubs (Thursdays at 9 pm/ET, on NBC). Well, two out of three ain't bad, right? TVGuide.com: This movie was cute. I was worried when I heard the term "straight-to-video".... Sometimes that is a really bad read more

I have to start paying more attention...

I have to start paying more attention to those doctors milling about in the background on Scrubs, because for the life of me I don't ever recall seeing actress Elizabeth Banks (Slither, 40 Year Old Virgin). But on May 9, not only will we learn that she's been there the whole time (wink, wink), but we'll discover that she's got a crush on J.D. (Zach Braff). Banks' arc will continue into the season finale on May 16 and, assuming the show will return for a sixth season (NBC, don't make me come over there!), she'll likely be back in the fall. BTW, not to sound like a broken record or anything, but Scrubs is seriously enjoying its best season creatively to date. No show right now makes me laugh harder or with more consistency. And don't even get me started on the cast. Oh, go ahead and get me started. Zach Braff, Sarah Chalke, Donald Faison and Judy Reyes are da bomb diggity. Funniest TV quartet since Seinfeld's fears read more

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