J.D.s mojo goes astray at the very worst time when he gets Gift Shop Girl to date him. Elliot is homeless and apparently friendless. And a pregnant Jordon takes more from Cox's offer to stay at his place then he intended.

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J.D.s mojo goes astray at the very worst time when he gets Gift Shop Girl to date him. Elliot is homeless and apparently friendless. And a pregnant Jordon takes more from Cox's offer to stay at his place then he intended.

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At 15:30 Dr. Cox is wearing a white coat that says Bob Kelso but when the camera shot changes, his coat reads Perry Cox. (Maybe this should be a good?) See more »

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In the scene where JD is offering the Janitor a dollar, he is holding it so that the back side is facing the Janitor. Then, when the camera angle changes to behind the dollar, the back side is still visible. See more »

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J.D.: Morning, Dr. Cox!
Dr. Cox: He he, Denise, I know it's morning, if it was still last night I'd still be with my extremely pregnant ex wife trying to calm her down with a chair and a whip because I somehow managed to forget to bring home *the curly fries*. Do ya see where I'm going here? Yes? no? Maybe so?
[whistles]
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Features The Jeffersons (1975) See more »

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Movin' On Up
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Written by Jeff Barry and Ja'net DuBois
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What Scrubs is all about
29 October 2011 | by (Guatemala) – See all my reviews

Scrubs is one of those rare TV shows out there that actually knows how to mix hilarious and "in your face" kind of comedy with both subtle and passionate human drama, My Monster is one of the best examples of such trait. In this episode we are shown, through some massively hilarious situations, how the hospital messes up with the lives of those who work there (Turk and Carla ain't as romantic as they used to be, JD is so grossed out by what he sees in the hospital day by day that he has totally lost his sex drive, Elliot can't find a place to live, etc.). But, as is often the case with Scrubs, these situations ain't as lighthearted as they originally were presented to us the audience; they are actually being used to develop this characters in some of the most authentic and human ways that TV writers can conceive.

All of what I just described at the end of the first paragraph is actually standard for most episodes of the first three seasons (and also of some of the later ones), yet, this episode stands above most for two reasons in particular: one is how much delightful insight we're given into the relationships of the main romantic couples of this show. The other one is, as is often the case with most great Scrubs' episodes, the end sequence. Trust me, you don't wanna miss it! Is one of the most perfect moments in TV ever, so erotic, beautiful and full of life, with great music and amazing acting.


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