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Scrubs Episode: "My Perspective"

Season 6, Episode 9
Episode Synopsis: J.D. develops a stress condition that causes him to black out, leaving his friends to fight about who will take care of him. Meanwhile, Turk is having a problem with a foreign intern and Kelso has a problem with the truth: He doesn't want the doctors telling the patients upsetting information. But Turk doesn't want to compromise his values and refuses to sugarcoat his words.
Original Air Date: Feb 15, 2007
Guest Cast Michael Weston: Pvt. Brian Dancer Benjamin King: Milos
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Season 6, Episode 9
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Length: 21:32
Aired: 2/15/2007
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February 15, 2006: My Perspective Season 6, Episode 9

So J.D. was feeling depressed tonight. This is certainly nothing new. This week, however, we got to witness the powerfully pouty J.D. and Turk combo. They made quite a pair. Just within the opening bit before the credits, I could tell this would be a whinefest after J.D.'s sad, "It's a penis" and Turk's, "Milosh is so lucky!" Things only got better once Turk added on the uncontrollable arm movements and J.D. hit the appletinis. Of course, J.D. was the one who needed the rotating support system. (Brown Bear is just too sensible to take his grumpy mood to the same level as his BFF.) And after some fierce competition, Elliot was assigned the job. I really enjoyed Elliot's time with J.D. in the bar. Is it just me, or has she gotten funnier than ever this season? I knew the story about her favorite teacher turned statutory rapist would take an amusing turn, but I still found myself laughing out loud when she wondered why he hadn't chosen her. And then she followed up her story with some priceless advice to J.D.: The best way to get over one's problems is to stop talking about them so much. I loved it! Even though J.D. didn't take the hint at the time, I'm glad he finally came around and realized he needed to lean on his friends a little less when he's feeling down. Sadly, I found myself having the same epiphany as I looked back at my day and remembered that I sent my friend an itemized list of why today was the worst day ever. Itemized, people! With bullets! Well, in an effort to make up for my earlier whine list (get it?), I'll offer a few other highlights from tonight's episode in list form: - "Man is the only animal that wears pants during twosies." (Oh, and does anyone know if the stress-induced-passing-out-while-pooping is a real condition? If so, I feel like this should have been explored as a story line ages ago.) - Janitor's fake cruise produced two golden nuggets of comedy genius this week. First, we learned that janitors and maids are natural enemies. Who knew? Then we learned that the siren song of the horn-honking arm cannot be restricted just to land (as we saw in last week's episode). No, it is equally irresistible on the water. - J.D. makes a pretty darn good Frankenstein. - There are no rules in bedpan racing. - J.D. seems to prefer arctic creatures to adorn his sleepwear. Last week, his flannel PJs had polar bears on them. This week it was penguins. Oh, and one last thing. Was anyone able to access www.thetoddtime.com? I tried going to it, but I wasn't able to find a valid site. My Internet is a mysterious and temperamental mistress, however, so I'm hoping others had more luck. Perhaps I'll try again tomorrow, but knowing The Todd, his site might not be suitable for work viewing. Am I right? High five! show less
So J.D. was feeling depressed tonight. This is certainly nothing new. This week, however, we got to witness the powerfully pouty J.D. and Turk combo. They made quite a pair. Just within the opening bit before the credits, I could tell this would be a whinefest after J.D.’s sad, “It’s a penis” and Turk’s, “Milosh is so lucky!” Things only got better once Turk added on the uncontrollable arm movements and J.D. hit the appletinis. Of course, J.D. was the one who needed the rotating support system. (Brown Bear is just too sensible to take his grumpy mood to the same level as his BFF.) And after some fierce competition, Elliot was assigned the job.I really enjoyed Elliot’s time with J.D. in the bar. Is it just me, or has she gotten funnier than ever this season? I knew the story about her favorite teacher turned statutory rapist would take an amusing turn, but I still found myself laughing out loud when she wondered why he hadn’t chosen her. ... 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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