This webisode series is a spinoff of the television show Scrubs, and ties into season eight.
Peter talks about this show with the bar-man.
referenced in clue in "Actors & Actresses" category
Francine says "Scrub's doctors are no fun".
Crista mentions her husband produces the show
Jonathon Ross mentions he's having "From Scrubs, Zack Braff" on next week's show.
Talked about in Zach Braff interview.
Mentioned on Bornx Beat with Betty & Jodi
Kirby mentions the show.
At the bar, Peter shoots himself in the head, and refers to it as one of his "Scrubs fantasy moments," referring to the fantasy sequences J.D. experiences throughout the series.
mentioned in dialogue
Wolowitz bets that "Scrubs" is loved in India for the same reason "Doogie Howser" is.
Peter wants to meet the doctors "Scrubs" and "Black Scrubs"
Homer says Mona always disappears, like the show "Scrubs."
This TV show is referenced during 'The Great American Culture Quiz' segment.
Included in an $8,000 question
Jeff describes "that guy from Scrubs" as a lucky bastard, because of all the hot girls he's kissed
Subject of a $100,000 question
Donald Phaison's role mentioned
Subject of a $300 question
Subject of a $15,000 question
Roger has an inner monologue just as J.D. from the TV show have; then he talks to Turk, in this episode actually played by 'Donald Faison'
Included in a $15,000 question
Included in a $12,500 question
referred to when discussing where to hide the clipboard
Dave Navarro mentions that there was a porn parody of the show in 2009
Abed says that his impression of Jeff consists of "10 percent Dick Van Dyke, 20 percent Sam Malone, 40 percent Zach Braff from 'Scrubs,' and 30 percent Hilary Swank from 'Boys Don't Cry.'"
Subject of a $400 clue in the category "What the Current TV Title Means"
Snob replaces Superman's song with the theme song from this show.
Title mentioned while introducing Zach Braff
Sam Lloyd reprises his role of Ted Buckland, and mentions 2 other characters from this show
Mentioned as being directed by Will MacKenzie.
Shares soundtrack, characters, themes of Scrubs.
"It's like if Scrubs and Family Guy took their pointless cut-away jokes and turned them into some kind of horrible hybrid of wasted time!"
Destiny and Marion discuss the show
Title mentioned while introducing Donald Faison
Conrad tells Jill that he has been watching the show all night.
Answer to question in Death on a Sitcom category
mentioned in opening titles
referenced in clue in "Famous Ivy Leaguers" category
"I'm the only who thinks that he looks like Doctor Cox from Scrubs?"
Mentions the episode that spoofed the episode of "House" that dealt with carrots.
Caroline: "Has anyone here ever seen 'Scrubs'?"
"...played by that doctor from Scrubs."
"...which is a bit more than I can say for the Dudemeister from 'Scrubs.'"
Abed says, "This could be like 'Scrubs,' season 9."
When he is sick, Mansfield says he does not want to go to hospital so he can be told he's sick by a "macho, know-it-all in scrubs, I'm not that guy." referring to the character John C. McGinley on_Scrubs_.
Jane Lynch mentions this television show by name
Clip shown on La Revista Della Televisione
Dr. Cox says "wrong" repeatedly
an episode clip is shown
clip shown to demonstrate Linkara's exclusion of jokes from this show.
Dr. Cox tells it like it is
Dr. Cox makes an impassioned plea
Dr. Cox puts it bluntly.
Dr. Cox questions a doctor on whether or not she is a doctor.
"And you never stand up to Dr. Cox." and then the aforementioned belittles a person
Dr. Cox belittles a guy
Dr. Cox insults a guy who talks like an idiot
Dr. Cox condescends a colleague
Dr. Cox talks to a moron
Dr. Cox berates a gal
Dr. Cox dismisses it as a load of crap
Dr. Cox finds a guy boring
Dr. Cox calls the conversation dumb
Dr. Cox says no
Dr. Cox tells them to shut up
Dr. Cox questions a doctor on her status as a doctor
Dr. Cox tells a guy to slap himself and leave
Dr. Cox berates a colleague
Dr. Cox berates a colleague
Dr. Cox threatens to slap a colleague with his clipboard...and he really does it.
The in-game show Medicate Me is a parody of medical dramas