Scrubs: Season 5, Episode 5

My New God (17 Jan. 2006)

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Dr. Cox's sister arrives at the hospital. She's a born-again Christian who wants him to participate in his son's baptism. Perry, of course, wants nothing to do with it, and her for that matter.

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Dr. Cox's sister arrives at the hospital. She's a born-again Christian who wants him to participate in his son's baptism. Perry, of course, wants nothing to do with it, and her for that matter.

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Dr. Cox: You know, Paige is a silly name.
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My God! This is a Great Episode!
30 January 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I loved this episode! The ending was great! I won't spoil it for u if u haven't seen it yet, but if you wanna see the end of the episode, search Scrubs In The Sun on YouTube. The ending was so touching and the song fit perfectly. The previous parts of the episode were also funny. The plot is that Cox's sister is coming for Jack's baptism and Cox doesn't get along with his sister. We all know that the janitor doesn't get along with JD. Jd tries to change people's relationships when the janitor asks for JD's help in packing so the janitor can move. I just had to write a review on it when I saw no one else has. Now I gotta fill up like 3 more lines so... I'm gonna just say my favorite quotes. Jd wants to come to Cox's baptism, but Cox says JD isn't invited then he says that he's joking... Cox: of course I want you to come to the baptism. In fact, I'd like you to be the boy's god father! Jd: I... am touched. (whispered) Cox: I... am lying (whispered) then Turk and Carla start laughing xD


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