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Scrubs Episode: "My No Good Reason"

Season 6, Episode 14
Episode Synopsis: An argument about everything happening for a reason is dropped after tragedy strikes someone close; Turk shows off footage of his baby's attractive new nanny; Elliot and the Janitor try to cheer a dying patient.
Original Air Date: Mar 22, 2007
Guest Cast Christa Miller Lawrence
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Season 6, Episode 14
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March 22, 2007: Reasons Season 6, Episode 14

Sigh. Poor Laverne. She spent the whole episode defending her beliefs and her hope from Dr. Cox, and then this happens. Their argument was as interesting as it was contentious, though. I can imagine that working in a hospital really can shake your faith in the meaning of it all. So I was proud of Laverne for holding strong, both in the argument and her faith. Maybe something good will come from this after all. I think most fans knew her accident was coming, but it doesn't make it any less sad. And I have to admit that I wasn't loving Dr. Cox this week, either. We all know by now that he's the crotchety doc with the heart of gold, but the past few weeks have been different. I just haven't been seeing his usual end-of-episode redemption. Granted, it's sometimes good to break from the episodic pattern; I just hope Cox comes around soon. I miss the 20 percent-sweet Perry. At least we got to see a little of the old Perry in his scenes with Jordan. Man, that woman can make some demands. Jordan is kind of my hero. Especially when she completely throws Cox off by saying something from the heart. Oh, and of course I'll note that I was thrilled with Jordan's, "Love that haircut, Per." Have I ever mentioned how much I love these writers? Perhaps once or twice. Zach Braff directed this week. I'm wondering how much of a coincidence it is that in one episode we got to see Elliot get her shirt ripped off, a super hot nanny with a see-through shirt, and a fantasy sequence that ended with J.D. scoring two hot girls. Hmmm. It's good to be the director. Of course, in all this excess of lady-parts, J.D. was still adorably awkward. I loved his plan to seduce Heather. First he'd woo her with a clever joke that only took six hours to write. Then he'd find a common allergy for them to commiserate over. And finally, he'd cry in front of her. After those three easy steps, he'd end up with a date in seven to nine weeks. How romantic! I think that charmed me enough to even appreciate the "boob horn." But the "collaborative guy lie," well, I think I'd betray my gender by endorsing that. (OK, it was hilarious. Don't tell.) Elsewhere, Elliot and Kelso were still at war. As always, the Elliot Reed gold is in her childhood memories. I seriously could not stop giggling at her reasons for not camping anymore: the Blair Witch Project and because she was mounted by a wolf. Goodness! That's priceless. I also liked seeing her back in cahoots with Janitor. He seems to be the only one who ever stands up to Kelso, though I should note that Kelso calling Janitor "Lurch" was perhaps the funniest nickname ever on this show. They are quite evenly matched, it seems. Worthy adversaries. And that about does it. Let's keep our fingers crossed for poor Laverne. Maybe she'll pull through, but I might have to be like the Todd and offer up a slightly skeptical air five. I'll have my tissues ready. See you all in two weeks and stay strong! show less
Sigh…. Poor Laverne. She spent the whole episode defending her beliefs and her hope from Dr. Cox, and then this happens. Their argument was as interesting as it was contentious, though. I can imagine that working in a hospital really can shake your faith in the meaning of it all. So I was proud of Laverne for holding strong, both in the argument and her faith. Maybe something good will come from this after all. I think most fans knew her accident was coming, but it doesn’t make it any less sad. And I have to admit that I wasn’t loving Dr. Cox this week, either. We all know by now that he’s the crotchety doc with the heart of gold, but the past few weeks have been different. I just haven’t been seeing his usual end-of-episode redemption. Granted, it’s sometimes good to break from the episodic pattern; I just hope Cox comes around soon. I miss the 20 percent-sweet Perry.At least we got to see a little of the old Perry in his scenes with Jordan. Man, that... read more

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Premiered: October 02, 2001, on NBC
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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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