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Where Perry talks to his psychiatrist about how Jordan wanted him to bond with her family but instead he preferred to stay home and invite some of the guys at the hospital to his place to watch a game, JD gives him the advice to give Kelso the check-up that the later needs for his insurance and Perry actually listens. Written by prometheus

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The title of the episode (His story) reflects that this episode is told from the perspective of Dr. Cox and not J.D. Most of the episodes start the title with "My" (ex. My Fruit Cups). See more »

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Dr. Gross: I got very drunk last night and I decided that I'm not giving up on you. So... how'd you do with my counting exercise?
Dr. Cox: Honestly I tried it once and thought it was stupid.
Dr. Gross: That's it. We're done.
Dr. Cox: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa... you're dumping me?
Dr. Gross: [sarcastically] I hope we can remain friends.
Dr. Cox: [sarcastically too] Oh, now, please, don't take away the privilege of letting me pay you $200 an hour so I can drag my ass in here and watch you nod. God knows the only other place I can get that on the planet is my ...
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Carla says "Yes"
8 February 2006 | by (Cheshire, United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

A really sharply scripted episode where Dr Cox obsesses to his shrink, Eliott obsesses about going out with Nurse Paul, Turk obsesses about Carla STILL not deciding if she'll marry him and J.D. obsesses about Dr Cox dumping on him to the extent that he trades residency with Doug.

A great JD daydream occurs with him imagining Dr Cox in group therapy, I think he gets it right too!

This episode has a happy ending with Cox actually patting JD on the back when he goes back to work with him and Carla saying "Yes". Also Eliott justifies her dating Paul to her male colleagues with a simple :- "You'd love to bag a nurse!" PS the next episode is great too, with Jordan having her baby!!


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