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The residency directorship appeals to Cox, but Kelso's a hurdle; tensions surface between Elliot and Sean, who learns of her fling with J.D.; a surgical procedure partners Carla with Turk, who's not anxious to work side by side with his fiancee.
J.D. heads to Tacoma for Kim's first ultrasound and takes most of the Sacred Heart staff with him in Kelso's new RV. Elsewhere, Dr. Cox is worried about Jordan's ultrasound, which indicates their baby will need surgery. Kim: Elizabeth Banks.
Mandy Moore plays someone who has the potential to be J.D.'s perfect love match; Elliot offers J.D. relationship advice and tries to help break his bad habit of ruining romantic moments by uttering really inappropriate things. Elsewhere, Turk lip-synchs in (more…)
Grief counseling is offered to Mrs. Wilk (Michael Learned), whose condition has worsened considerably. As she comes to accept her fate with help from a quirky therapist (Dave Foley), J.D. and Dr. Cox---surprisingly---turn to each other for support as they (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.
Conclusion. Concern for a patient and friend (Brendan Fraser) unsettles Cox; ego gnaws at Turk, bypassed for prime surgery. Jordan: Christa Miller. Dr. Zeltzer: Robert Clendenin. Dr. Wen: Charles Chun. Todd: Robert Maschio. Janitor: Neil Flynn.
The staffers deal with the possibility of losing one of their own who is gravely ill in differing ways: Turk and J.D. pull childish pranks while Elliot and Keith spend time together in the bedroom. Meanwhile, Cox and Jordan welcome their new baby, and J.D (more…)
Heather Graham (“Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me”) joins the cast in a recurring role as an insightful if spacey psychiatrist. The main plot focuses on her interaction with J.D. and his treatment of a recalcitrant patient.
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…)
Part 1 of two. Brendan Fraser plays Dr. Cox's gregarious former brother-in-law, whose admittance to the hospital following a construction accident has unforeseen complications. Jordan: Christa Miller. Jill: Nicole Sullivan. Dr. Bobb: Steven Hack. Dr. Cox: (more…)
Professional and personal situations test the bounds of friendship between J.D. and Turk; a sexist matter entangles Elliot with Kelso (Ken Jenkins). Todd: Robert Maschio. Carla: Judy Reyes. Mr. Kavanaugh: Robert Munns. Turk: Donald Faison. Lawyer: Sam Lloy (more…)
J.D. is given the undesirable job of having to think up some nice words to say about Dr. Kelso at an awards function. The task is made even more difficult by Kelso's seemingly unfair treatment of a deserving patient. Meanwhile, after it becomes public know (more…)
There are allusions to “The Wizard of Oz” galore when J.D. realizes there's no place like home after he's pulled into work on his day off. Meanwhile, Carla thinks she lacks the courage to have a child; and Elliot doesn't believe she's smart enough to h (more…)
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- Premiered: October 2, 2001
- Rating: TV-PG
- 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 lineu… (more)