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Scrubs Episode: "My Night to Remember"

Season 6, Episode 11
Episode Synopsis: The staffers' efforts to help a patient with memory loss cause them to reflect on memorable past moments at Sacred Heart.
Original Air Date: Mar 1, 2007

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Season 6, Episode 11
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Length: 21:33
Aired: 3/1/2007
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March 1, 2007: Clip Show Season 6, Episode 11

OK, I suppose after six years I can let a clip show slide. It actually worked out pretty well for me. I've been stricken by a cold that has debilitated my brain. You know that spaced-out kind of sick where you stare at your computer screen and realize that there should be thoughts running through your mind? Yet all you get is the proverbial tumbleweed rolling past, except this time it's covered in germs and unpleasantness? Well, that's me. So a clip show worked out quite nicely since I didn't have to follow a plot. It was just simple and sweet viewing where I could laugh at a good sight gag. Leave it to this show to take care of me during my illness. Thanks, buddies! Since I think it would be redundant to reminisce about an episode that consisted mostly of characters reminiscing, I'll try to stick to the present. Here are some highlights: - Cox finally shaved his head! Our prayers have been answered. Those highlights were seriously beginning to distract me. I mean, the man is a doctor, for pete's sake. He has the brain to know better than that. - Has anyone ever been disgusted by the sound of the janitor's mop hitting the floor? For some reason, that sound effect tonight really got me thinking. What has he been soaking that thing in? That's not the sound of water. It must be pudding, or perhaps a bucket of petroleum jelly. Oh, and also, I liked the beeping sound designed to torture "those sensitive about their weight." Poor pastry-filled Kelso did not, however. - "Turk"ey bacon. Oh my. I don't know if there's any extra insight I can add to this other than to say, "Well done." Seriously, bravo. - J.D.'s joke about the Fray's "How to Save a Life" was also dead-on. That song has been everywhere on TV. Yes, even on this show. But I'm glad someone finally addressed the situation. Next I think someone should speak out about the many versions of "Hallelujah" that play on shows where the audience is supposed to cry. Yes, it's one of the most beautiful songs ever, but how many tears must I shed for that song? A girl can only cry so much. - OK, and I do have to mention one thing from the clip segments. Donald Faison is amazing. I think I could watch an entire show of just him dancing. His moves alone put Turk way up there on my list of favorite TV characters. In fact, I want him to be my best friend. Call me, Chocolate Bear! show less
OK, I suppose after six years I can let a clip show slide. It actually worked out pretty well for me. I’ve been stricken by a cold that has debilitated my brain. You know that spaced-out kind of sick where you stare at your computer screen and realize that there should be thoughts running through your mind? Yet all you get is the proverbial tumbleweed rolling past, except this time it’s covered in germs and unpleasantness? Well, that’s me. So a clip show worked out quite nicely since I didn’t have to follow a plot. It was just simple and sweet viewing where I could laugh at a good sight gag. Leave it to this show to take care of me during my illness. Thanks, buddies!Since I think it would be redundant to reminisce about an episode that consisted mostly of characters reminiscing, I’ll try to stick to the present. Here are some highlights:- Cox finally shaved his head! Our prayers have been answered. Those highlights were seriously beginning to distract me. I ... read more

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Premiered: October 02, 2001, on NBC
Rating: TV-PG
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Premise: An engaging (and periodically serious) look at hospital work through the eyes of a young intern, coping with unusual challenges presented by colleagues as well as patients. The show is a smart mix of humor and social commentary, and has had a diverse lineup of guest stars, including Colin Hay of Men at Work, Brendan Fraser, Dick Van Dyke and, in one of his rare TV appearances since he left full-time work because of Parkinson's disease, Michael J. Fox.

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