Scrubs: Season 2, Episode 17

My Own Private Practice Guy (13 Mar. 2003)

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JD meets a Dr. that used to be a residence under Cox and he takes his advice on how to deal with Dr. Cox and eventually finds out that the reason Cox hates that Dr. is because he slept with... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dr. Peter Fisher
Barry Kivel ...
Mr. Hilliard
Jordan Sullivan (as Christa Miller Lawrence)
Jason Baumgard ...
Robb McKindles ...
Angry Golfer


JD meets a Dr. that used to be a residence under Cox and he takes his advice on how to deal with Dr. Cox and eventually finds out that the reason Cox hates that Dr. is because he slept with Jordan and that's why they got divorced. While Carla feels that she is not sexy anymore and finds out that it's because she's engaged. Written by The Promtheus

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More Mohr!
10 April 2007 | by (Connecticut) – See all my reviews

Jay Mohr guest stars as an old colleague of Cox's, who also happens to have slept with Jordan and thus may have precipitated the Cox's divorce. Mohr and Cox trade barbs and JD finds himself caught in the middle. Mohr is so in tune with the cast, you'd think he was a regular the show makers simply forgot about until now. More importantly, Carla finds herself no longer the sexual object of everyman's fantasy -- until she discovers a simple secret for turning the juice back on. Wait until you see what it is. The Todd features prominently in its discovery. More lines! I can't write any more lines, I tells ya! I am out of gas on this one!

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