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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.
Act II unfolds as J.D.'s sitcom fantasy, filmed in front of a studio audience and triggered by his tending to a TV writer. Clay Aiken guest stars as a hapless cafeteria worker, who sings “Isn't She Lovely?” Mr. James: Ken Lerner. Kylie: Chrystee Pharri (more…)
An old flame (Heather Graham) rekindles J.D.'s attraction amidst his frustration with Kylie. Also, romantic problems embroil Turk and Carla; and a dating game entangles Elliot, who's the object of a bet between Cox and the Janitor.
A feisty patient riles Kelso, who redons scrubs, thanks to Cox's challenge, and finds his bedside manner sorely tested. Elsewhere, Carla moves out of Turk's place and into Elliot's, while J.D. moves back in with Turk. Nell: Lindsay Hollister.
Jealousy gnaws at Turk over J.D.'s smooch with Carla; Cox's counsel of a teenage girl backfires, so he seeks help from Elliot with hat in hand. Also, a new uniform discomforts the Janitor, who finds he no longer commands authority.
Lovelorn Elliott falls again, this time for a kind charmer (Josh Randall) caring for a neighbor. Trouble is, she seeks Cox's romantic advice. His counsel: “ignore the hell out of him.” Also: Turk and Carla participate in couples therapy.
Sacred Heart is seen through the eyes of a new intern, who's trying to muster the courage to speak up. Meanwhile, J.D. survives his first day as an attending physician and moves back in with Turk, but without Carla knowing it; and Elliot has difficulty adj (more…)
Grissom's nemesis, serial killer Paul Millander (Matt O'Toole), claims a third victim, who shared a birthday with the other two dead men. And so does Grissom, who may be the killer's next target. Grissom: William Petersen. Catherine: Marg Helgenberger.
J.D. and Turk fret over their masculinity---J.D. wants to set an example for his son and Turk has a surgical procedure that leaves him feeling insecure. Meanwhile, the Janitor creates a hospital newspaper in response to a disagreement with Kelso.
Seventh-season finale: Dr. Cox spins his rocky day at work into a fairy tale for his son. In the story, the Sacred Heart staff work together to try to defeat an unknown monster plaguing Elliot's patient. But their actions are impeded by the nefarious Dark (more…)
- Birth Name: Neil Richard Flynn
- Birth Place: Chicago, Illinois, United States
- Profession: Actor, Comedian