Scrubs: Season 1, Episode 4

My Old Lady (16 Oct. 2001)

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The whole crew learn their share about death when JD takes care of an old woman ready to die, Elliot and Carla watch over a woman who can't speak English, and Turk becomes too close with a patient.

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The whole crew learn their share about death when JD takes care of an old woman ready to die, Elliot and Carla watch over a woman who can't speak English, and Turk becomes too close with a patient.

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When Elliot and Carla are arguing the first time, Carla says "el barrio." When J.D. rewinds time and the scene replays, she says "*the* barrio," even though every other line (inlcuding J.D.'s sentence that he intended not to say) is identical to what it was the first time. See more »

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Scrubs can be deep
28 June 2006 | by (Switzerland) – See all my reviews

Old people have the power to give something back from their life's even if it's just the realization of death. In this episode J.D. learns how to deal with death. Actually all three main character's do that but J.D.'s case is the most interesting one. How to accept that someone actually will die is a very important lesson to learn. In J.D.'s case this person named Mrs. Tanner is something he can learn of and in the end he does. The heart warming and so necessary hug from Mrs. Tanner is the climax of this episode. This emotional episode made me watch scrubs. Since then I watched it a lot and I can truly say there are only a few episode's that are so tragic as this is.


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