O.K., I kinda forgot about this, plus, these are getting harder to write because I have to keep them from getting too repetitive, so it's been ages since the last one, anyway, here's part two, I've also decided to end every season with a top 5 for that season.
My Balancing Act
J.D. is frustrated when his budding romance with an ex-patient wilts as their dates are constantly interrupted by emergency calls, while the beastly Dr. Kelso becomes less fearsome to the wide-eyed interns, when Dr. Cox informs them how to avoid the blowhard's bite.
In addition, a perplexed Carla and Turk deal with their first sexual intimacy complication.
Like My Blind Date before it, I haven't seen this episode very often. Even still I Love J.D.'s Endless Struggle To Go On That Date With Alex, This was an excellently plotted episode.Turk & Carla's bit, and Dr Cox was hilarious at rounds.
TV.com score - 918
My Score - 960
My Drug Buddy
Alex and Elliot argue over missing medication, and J.D. needs to choose sides.
Meanwhile, Dr. Kelso gives Carla a ride to work and she sees a totally different side of him.
Turk develops a conflict with Dr. Cox after he finds out that Dr. Cox has secret feelings for Carla.
Very good episode. The subplot of Carla and Kelso was really good as well. Dr Cox, as always, was perfect. The toilet story with Dr Cox and Turk was hilarious, and Dr Kelso and Carla made the episode great in each plot. The ending was equally amazing with JD and Elliot together.
TV.com score - 921
My Score - 967
My Bed Banter & Beyond
After going to bed and spending an entire day having sex, J.D. and Elliot go to work trying to hide their new secret romance, but everybody already knows it.
Here they tried something new with the psychiatrist idea, sort of making a "mockumentary" episode, before they were popular, and it y worked very well. I like how we find out more personal things about the characters when they talk to the psychiatrist. As a Jelliot shipper, it kinda disappointed me that they didn't get a real chance to be together. But all in all it was a suberb episode.
TV.com score - 933
My Score - 975
My Heavy Meddle
When a rampaging Dr. Cox suddenly shows up at his door in a strange funk, J.D. sees a possibility of a breakthrough in their relationship - until he learns that Cox loses control in almost an annual rite.
Meanwhile, Turk elects to partner with Elliot on a research project so that he can maneuver her back with his buddy J.D.
Carla struggles to fulfill a comatose patient's final request - playing heavy metal music in his room.
JD's storyline in this episode wasn't too great, although Dr Cox was very funny at times, however, I still think that this episode was made by the other storylines, with Turk and Elliot being hilarious, as was the plot with Carla's heavy metal loving patient.
TV.com Score - 904
My Score - 943
J.D., Elliot and Turk are receiving their first medical students, and now they finally get a chance to see what it feels like to be on the other side.
Turk's student is a very attractive young woman, to whom Dr. Cox is immediately attracted. But he doesn't know his way around women and needs Turk to give him a little help.
J.D. doesn't know how to handle his student and Elliot's turns out to the be son of an important CEO.
This episode was awesome, especially the start (A bit of extra information, it took so many attempts for Turk to make his basketball shot that Elliot's reaction was Sarah Chalke's actual reaction) Dr Cox was great yet again with his attempt to go out with Kristen and I loved JD trying to act like Dr Cox for Josh to stay.
TV.com Score - 914
My Score - 972
My Tuscaloosa Heart
J.D. has a patient who's rude to him and the nurses and eventually dies from cancer. J.D. feels awful for not giving him his full attention and worries maybe he could have saved the guy if he was nicer to him.
Meanwhile, Elliot is convinced that Dr. Kelso is the one singing a song called "Tuscaloosa Heart" on a tape given to her by a patient who claims he went to college with Bob.
And Dr. Cox finds himself trapped in a love square: He's falling in love with Kristen Murphy, his intern, just as his ex-wife reappears demanding sex – and there's also his crush on Carla.
This was yet another great episode, Dr Kelso was absolutely hilarious, especially with the stethoscope and his "life story", and of course there was the "I told you so dance" and Dr Cox and Jordan were even better. JD's side of the story was also great.
TV.com Score - 913
My Score - 960
My Old Man
An assortment of moms and dads descend on their offspring at home and in the workplace.
J.D.'s father is a gregarious yet lonely divorcee who's desperately trying to be just one of the guys.
Elliot's folks, on the other hand, are a snooty couple whose pompous behavior dismays their daughter.
Similarly rattled is Turk, unnerved by the bonding of his girlfriend, Carla, and his brassy mother.
But the most vexatious parent by far is the Janitor's dad.
It was interesting to see everybody's parents. JD's dad was very funny, but i wished that we would have seen his Mum as well. Elliot's parents were hilarious aswell. It was nice to see Simon Reid interacting with Dr Kelso. Dr Cox was amazing as always! But it was especially great to see the Janitor's dad there, he was just so funny. It was also great to see Carla realizing that she is like Turk's Mum. Dr Cox was actually nice to JD for a few brief moments, which I really enjoyed, and the ending was great. Another great episode of Scrubs!
TV.com score - 915
My Score - 968
My Way Or The Highway
Turk's competitiveness is starting to annoy J.D., especially when it crosses the line of personal jokes and comes to patient's matters.
Meanwhile, Dr. Cox finally has a taste of good coffee, but thanks to his feud with Dr. Kelso, the only nurse who was able to make it gets fired.
Elliot meets a very attractive patient, whom she instantly identifies, but has a really hard time getting him to ask her out.
JD's storyline was good, as was Dr Cox's, but I will always remember this episode because of how funny Elliot was, she was just amazing, from talking about poo, to picking up her pen to prove how flexible she is, to just being a neurotic train wreck, she was hilarious.
TV.com Score - 926
My Score - 984
My Sacrificial Clam
J.D. fears being contaminated with Hepatitis B, after a needle accidentally sticks his forearm.
Meanwhile, Elliot has a hard time combining her new relationship and keeping up with studies.
Turk obsesses about getting in shape, after Carla makes a fat joke about him.
This episode was another really good one, Ted was great and Elliot was really funny again. Dr Cox was also great and the Janitor was absolutely hilarious with his little puppet thingy.
TV.com Score - 912
My Score - 950
Jordan's brother Ben is admitted at Sacred Heart for having an accident with a nail gun.
J.D. learns that Ben has leukemia, but won't believe it, since there have been many mixups in the hospital lately, so he goes on a search for the real test results.
Brendan Fraiser was absolutely amazing as Ben, especially with Jordan, and this episode was hilarious with a really sad ending, an amazing episode, which makes you love Ben despite it only being his first episode, and "Hold On Hope" is one of the best songs on Scrubs, and Ted and Kelso were great yet again, especially the haha boohoo rule. This episode is one of the reasons why late season 1 to early season 2 is such an amazing period for Scrubs.
TV.com Score - 962
My Score - 983
Ben takes the news of his diagnosis pretty well - at least better than his sister Jordan and J.D.
Remarkably, it is Dr. Cox who is the voice of reason and compassion, until his own fears get in the way.
Meanwhile, Turk and Elliot have their own issues to deal with. Turk is upset because he wasn't chosen to assist on a difficult surgery and Elliot is criticized during rounds by Dr. Kelso for the 100th time.
This was another amazing episode , I liked the parody of The Real World
and Ted's band were awesome, this episode shows Scrubs making an excellent sad episode while still staying funny.
TV.com Score - 944
My Score - 977
My Last Day
It's J.D.'s last day as an intern, and soon he will become a resident.
Carla and Turk are arguing about dating other people.
Elliot finally rebels against being everyone's doormat, and J.D. is just trying to stay out of people's way.
Jordan has returned to get a physical and a new patient, Mr. Bober, has been admitted, because he needs his gall bladder removed. He really needs the surgery, but doesn't have the insurance to pay for it.
They enlist the help of Dr. Cox, Dr. Wen and Jordan. And Jordan spills the beans.
This episode was another amazing one, I loved Jordan's "I'm a little doormat" song and the ending was such a surprise. The season closer was an amazing cliffhanger (perhaps the best cliffhanger on TV until the end of season 6, and still somewhere up there). I especially loved that the season looked like it was about to end happily with them treating Mr Bober, only for Jordan to reveal everything. There was some great acting by the cast after Jordan revealed their secrets for a top quality season ending.
TV.com Score - 950
My Score - 987
TV.com's Season 1 Top 5 Episodes
- My Occurrence- 962
- My Old Lady - 959
- My Last Day - 950
- My Hero - 944
- My Two Dads - 934
My Season 1 Top 5 Episdoes
- My Way Or The Highway - 984
-My Own Personal Jesus - 985
- My Last Day - 987
- My Mentor - 989
- My Old Lady - 990