The discovery that his latest patient is a comedy writer tips J.D. into a sitcom fantasy, complete with the dreaded laugh track. Turk and Carla worry that the romance has left their ... See full summary »

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The discovery that his latest patient is a comedy writer tips J.D. into a sitcom fantasy, complete with the dreaded laugh track. Turk and Carla worry that the romance has left their marriage. Cox volunteers to trim $26,000 from the hospital budget to avoid Kelso firing a cafeteria worker. Written by Steve Green

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The episode centers around a fictional former Cheers (1982) writer named "Charles James". The character is named after the actual creators of "Cheers", Glen Charles, Les Charles, and James Burrows. See more »

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In the crowd surfing scene, if you look under JD, there is a man that is carrying him throughout the whole scene. See more »

Quotes

Jordan: Oh, for God's sake, Perry... adjust your bra, man up and fire the one with the least pathetic story.
Dr. Cox: Do you really think I know any of these people's stories?
The Janitor: Well... let me fill you in. First we have Hank: four kids, trying to make it on a dishwasher's salary. Next to him is Mike: lost half his leg in a motorcycle accident. And then there's Judy: been here 30 years... just two away from retirement.
Jordan: You're... you're friend with all these people?
The Janitor: Are you kidding me? I read their files! I read ...
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References The Andy Griffith Show (1960) See more »

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Sanford and Son Theme (The Streetbeater)
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Written by Quincy Jones
Performed by Donald Faison
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