Scrubs: Season 2, Episode 21

My Drama Queen (10 Apr. 2003)

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JD is dating TCW but he finds out that she is a drama queen, just like Elliot told him. Refusing to admit to Elliot that she was right, he tries to keep the heat in his relation. Carla's ... See full summary »

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JD is dating TCW but he finds out that she is a drama queen, just like Elliot told him. Refusing to admit to Elliot that she was right, he tries to keep the heat in his relation. Carla's mother dies while Carla is planning for the wedding. Overthrown by emotions, she decides to get married as soon as possible in a small wedding chapel in the hospital. Kelso makes the interns that mistreat patients take seminars from him to avoid lawsuits. When doctor Cox is witnessed harassing a patient, he gets stuck with organizing the seminars. Written by Anonymous

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When J.D. (Zach Braff) is talking to Elliot (Sarah Chalke) about not showing up at his apartment "drunk, naked and crying," the side of her drink reads "Naked." See more »

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During the scene in which JD tells Elliot that his girlfriend thinks he is telling Elliot to never show up at his apartment drunk, naked, and crying her bottle clearly shows the word "Naked" they switch to a shot of JD's face and back to Elliot and the bottle's "Naked" is now hidden and continues to be shown and hidden until the scene ends. See more »

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Nurse Laverne Roberts: Dr. Cox! Would you like to try some of my world-famous deviled eggs?
Dr. Perry Cox: No, thanks, I've already had diarrhea.
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