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2001, TV Show

Scrubs Season 2 episodes

My Dream Job Season 2, Episode 22

A visit from J.D. and Turk's frat buddy (Ryan Reynolds), now successful and still partying, unsettles his pals. Meanwhile, Cox learns he's the father of Jordan's baby; and Kelso comes down hard on Elliot. read more

My Drama Queen Season 2, Episode 21

J.D.'s love runs hot and cold; Turk's romance with Carla takes a sudden turn toward the altar; Cox's mockery backfires. Fred Berry (“What's Happening!!”) plays himself in a cameo. Jamie: Amy Smart. Janitor: Neil Flynn. read more

My Interpretation Season 2, Episode 20

Troubling diagnoses fluster J.D., more deeply involved with a recent widow; baby-sitting has an impact on Cox; erotic dreams agitate Turk. Jamie: Amy Smart. Jordan: Christa Miller Lawrence. Cox: John C. McGinley. read more

My Kingdom Season 2, Episode 19

A surgery stint stokes J.D., but alienates him from Turk; the Elliot-Nurse Paul affair seesaws; the Cox-Kelso enmity takes a peculiar turn. Nurse Paul: Rick Schroder. Crispin: George Miserlis. Elliot: Sarah Chalke. Ted: Sam Lloyd. read more

My T.C.W. Season 2, Episode 18

J.D.'s romantic life has a new light (Amy Smart): a glow beside the flickering bulbs in the bickering relationships of fellow staffers. Nurse Paul: Rick Schroder. Jordan: Christa Miller Lawrence. Janitor: Neil Flynn. read more

My Own Private Practice Guy Season 2, Episode 17

A personal secret is revealed about Dr. Cox during hospital visitations by a cocky MD (Jay Mohr), who establishes a rapport with J.D. Jordan: Christa Miller Lawrence. Mr. Hilliard: Barry Kivel. Dr. Cox: John C. McGinley. read more

My Karma Season 2, Episode 16

Tensions arise between Elliot and her new love, Nurse Paul (Rick Schroder); delivery day arrives for Jordan, who turns away ex-hubby Cox. Jordan: Christa Miller Lawrence. Dr. Donna: Debra Azar. Cox: John C. McGinley. read more

His Story Season 2, Episode 15

Rick Schroder plays a nurse drawn to Elliot; Eric Bogosian portrays a strong-willed psychiatrist treating the wrathful, ever-cynical Cox (John C. McGinley). Dr. Zeltzer: Robert Clendenin. Jenny: Lenore Thomas. Doug: Johnny Kastl. read more

My Brother, My Keeper Season 2, Episode 14

Dick Van Dyke plays a beloved, old-school MD who mentors J.D. in a delicate surgical procedure; D.L. Hughley portrays Turk's gregarious older brother. Jordan: Christa Miller Lawrence. Troy: Joe Rose. Dr. Gerson: Julie Hudson. read more

My Philosophy Season 2, Episode 13

The heart afflictions of two women, including a plucky mother-to-be, affect J.D.; a battle to build a locker room for women pits Elliot against Kelso. Elaine: Jill Tracy. Sandy Larkin: Toni Ann Rossi. Steve Larkin: Sam Jaeger. read more

My New Old Friend Season 2, Episode 12

Comeuppances are in store for Cox, Kelso and J.D. from, respectively, a hypochondriac, a surgical patient and Elliot, who wants more than just sex from J.D. Corman: Richard Kind. Mrs. Kaye: Phyllis Applegate. Dr. Zeltzer: Robert Clendenin. read more

My Sex Buddy Season 2, Episode 11

Renewed sex with J.D. calms Elliot, who's facing personal and professional dilemmas. She's broke, and patients are bailing out on her. Mr. Woodbury: Kevin Cooney. Elliot: Sarah Chalke. Turk: Donald Faison. Cox: John C. McGinley. Janitor: Neil Flynn. read more

My Monster Season 2, Episode 10

Personal tangles snare staffers, including Cox, reinvolved with his pregnant ex; and J.D., swept away by a comely cashier (Sarah Lancaster). Jordan: Christa Miller Lawrence. Cox: John C. McGinley. Carla: Judy Reyes. read more

My Lucky Day Season 2, Episode 9

Elliot faces a lawsuit from an irate, recovering patient (Alan Ruck) who was originally told by her that he had just a short time to live; J.D. and Cox treat two new patients who have identical, complicated symptoms. John Ritter and David Copperfield have cameos. Jordan: Christa Miller Lawrence. read more

My Fruit Cups Season 2, Episode 8

Rivalry for Cox's affection pits his new flame, Julie (Heather Locklear), against his ex-wife, who's in a delicate physical and emotional state. Jordan: Christa Miller Lawrence. Dr. Reid: Lane Davies. Elliot: Sarah Chalke. Turk: Donald Faison. read more

My First Step Season 2, Episode 7

Heather Locklear plays a pharmaceutical rep who bedevils Cox. Also: Carla and Elliot make take-charge decisions that have repercussions. Cox: John C. McGinley. Carla: Judy Reyes. Elliot: Sarah Chalke. Janitor: Neil Flynn. read more

My Big Brother Season 2, Episode 6

Tom Cavanagh (“Ed”) guest stars as J.D.'s older brother, a likable rascal whose surprise Halloween visit spooks his sibling. Elliot: Sarah Chalke. Dr. Cox: John C. McGinley. Janitor: Neil Flynn. Dr. Wen: Charles Chun. read more

My New Coat Season 2, Episode 5

Cocky new residents stand up to senior staffers. Case in point: J.D.'s run-in with Cox over a severely ill sinus patient (Ted Lange). Dr. DiStefano: Brian McGovern. Mrs. Bumbry: Kerry Michaels. Dr. Amato: Jeff Asch. read more

My Big Mouth Season 2, Episode 4

A test of character awaits Turk, who clashes with a female surgeon; a test of friendship is in store for Carla and J.D., thanks to his big mouth. Mr. Hogan: Brian Powell. Bonnie: Lela Lee. Dr. Wen: Charles Chun. Turk: Donald Faison. read more

My Case Study Season 2, Episode 3

Michael McDonald (“Mad TV”) plays a patient with a manhood problem that J.D. seeks to parlay into a trip to an AMA conference in Reno. Mrs. Warner: Maree Cheatham. Mrs. Kellerman: Jill Basey. Doug: Johnny Kastl. read more

My Nightingale Season 2, Episode 2

All-night duty---and major-accident casualties---rattle the new residents, whose salvation depends on the cool and collected Carla (Judy Reyes). Jordan: Christa Miller. Ted: Sam Lloyd. Dr. Cox: John C. McGinley. read more

My Overkill Season 2, Episode 1

Romantic entanglements propel this episode. Colin Hay (of Men at Work fame) plays a troubadour, who sings a rendition of “Overkill” that underscores churning emotions at Sacred Heart Hospital. J.D.: Zach Braff. Dr. Cox: John C. McGinley. Elliot: Sarah Chalke. 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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