As Residents on their first solo night shift, J.D., Turk and Elliot must work together to treat a patient. Thankfully for the patient, Carla is there to lend a hand. Cox realizes he still has feelings for his ex-wife.

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Jordan Sullivan (as Christa Miller Lawrence)
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As Residents on their first solo night shift, J.D., Turk and Elliot must work together to treat a patient. Thankfully for the patient, Carla is there to lend a hand. Cox realizes he still has feelings for his ex-wife.

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The nurse who everybody says is just a little bit off, doesn't even have lenses in her glasses. See more »

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When J.D., Turk, and Elliot are Wheeling the patient down the hallway the camera is close-up and they pass by a payphone on the wall. The camera goes to a wide shot and then they pass by the payphone again. See more »

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Dr. Perry Cox: You see, for me sex is a sport. Like racquetball. You play hard for half an hour, work up a sweat, and hope you don't get hit in the eye.
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Cox and Jordan ...made for each other, or deserve one another?
20 April 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Dr. Cox tries to convince Jordan that they should reunite, and that he is not the same self-sabotaging person he was when they were married. However, Jordan leaves after she hears what is supposed to be an introductory speech praising evil Dr. Kelso that Cox turns into a roast. Fortunately for Cox, though, the audience misconstrues his remarks as sarcastic and humorous. The funniest part of this episode is the appearance of hospital lawyer Ted (Sam Lloyd) and his real-life acapella group spending an entire night-shift singing TV theme tunes, including upbeat renditions of The Six Million Dollar Man and Charles in Charge. You see, TV theme songs are their specialty. From that point forward, "The Blanks" are frequently featured in the show.


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