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Dr. Bob Kelso (Character)
from "Scrubs" (2001)

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Biography:
Bob Kelso is the truculent chief of medicine for the hospital... See more »
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Bob Kelso

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  1. "Scrubs"
    ... aka "Scrubs: Med School" - USA (ninth season title)
        - Our Driving Issues (2010) TV episode, Played by Ken Jenkins
        - Our Dear Leaders (2010) TV episode, Played by Ken Jenkins
        - Our True Lies (2010) TV episode, Played by Ken Jenkins
        - Our White Coats (2010) TV episode, Played by Ken Jenkins
        - Our New Girl-Bro (2010) TV episode, Played by Ken Jenkins
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  2. "Scrubs: Interns" (2009) TV series Played by Ken Jenkins (as Bob Kelso)
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  1. "Scrubs"
    ... aka "Scrubs: Med School" - USA (ninth season title)
        - My Night to Remember (2007) TV episode, Played by Ken Jenkins

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From "Scrubs: My Bed Banter & Beyond (#1.15)" (2002)
Dr. Kelso: When the Kelsonoviches settled in Monroeville, P.A., there were two steel mills, three bars, not a doctor in sight. Then, my old man set up a shingle and started delivering babies and stitching up three-fingered steel men by the wagon-load.
[smiling]
Dr. Kelso: Everybody loved him. When they couldn't come up with the cash, he would always gladly accept a handmade sweater or a bushel of turnips.
[smile withers]
Dr. Kelso: Jackass.
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