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Dr. Kevin Casey the medical attendant AND surgeon comes to the hospital to impress them with his extraordinary medical skills, and his severe obsessive compulsive disorder case He gives JD ... See full summary »

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Dr. Kevin Casey the medical attendant AND surgeon comes to the hospital to impress them with his extraordinary medical skills, and his severe obsessive compulsive disorder case He gives JD a hard time about his eternal search for a mentor He shocks Turk with his extraordinary surgical skills And takes Cox's position as the greatest-doctor-in-that-hospital Written by theprometheus

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When Dr. Kevin Casey and Dr. Cox are competing in front of the interns, Dr. Casey, in an attempt to be excused from the game, turns to Dr. Cox and says he need to go home and "make" (go to the bathroom). The gesture he uses as he is saying this is "make" in American Sign Language (though NOT the sign for going to the bathroom). See more »

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The view of Ted falling shows that there are no garbage bags on the ground below him. But a few seconds later, he falls into the huge pile of them. See more »

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J.D.: I just want you to check out Mrs. Barlow's chart; I'm always second-guessing myself when it comes to interstitial lung diseases.
Dr. Cox: Oh, then you should definitely handle this yourself, there, Britney. I'm going with female pop stars today. The point is that back when I was a resident, I had all sorts of trouble with metabolic diseases. You know what I did? I grabbed every case I could get my hands on until I had it down pat.
J.D.: Got it... You really had trouble with metabolic diseases?
Dr. Cox: Noo... I'm a ...
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In My Opinion The Best Scrubs Episode Ever...
8 January 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Some classic scrubs fans may not like this episode as it is much less light-hearted; however I absolutely loved it. Michael J. Fox's (Dr. Kevin Casey) performance was very powerful. Although the episode was rather depressing I enjoyed it much more. The performances of Zach Braff (J.D.) and John C. McGinley (Dr. Perry Cox) were excellent as always bringing a sense of comedy to a much more serious plot than usual. Although the main storyline was quite depressing the side story was very entertaining, it involved the janitor (Neil Flynn) and his new assistant Randall (Martin Klebba) in a hilarious battle with Dr. Bob Kelso (Ken Jenkins) to hide the hospitals rubbish for the princely sum of $23 extra a month.


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