Scrubs: Season 1, Episode 13

My Balancing Act (15 Jan. 2002)

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Between the ever increasing pages from the Hospital, J.D. and Alex can't seem to find a moment to be together, stifling their growing romance.

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Between the ever increasing pages from the Hospital, J.D. and Alex can't seem to find a moment to be together, stifling their growing romance.

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The expression "When you hear hoof-beats behind you, think horses not zebras," which Cox tells J.D., is a well-known real-life axiom in medicine. It was coined in the 1940s by Dr. Theodore Woodward at the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland, and the original phrasing is, "Don't look for zebras on Greene Street," referring to the street on which the University of Maryland Medical Center is located. See more »

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Some segments on JD's pager's display do not exist on real 14-segment displays. The display doesn't write the letters D, R, or N the way a real display would. Also, most pagers are 7-segment displays (which can't spell out "TURN AROUND"). See more »

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