Scrubs: Season 2, Episode 13

My Philosophy (16 Jan. 2003)

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J.D. discusses the philosophy of death with a transplant patient. Elliot feels that having a unisex locker room at the hospital is unfair. Meanwhile, Turk proposes to Carla just before she ... See full summary »

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J.D. discusses the philosophy of death with a transplant patient. Elliot feels that having a unisex locker room at the hospital is unfair. Meanwhile, Turk proposes to Carla just before she leaves for 5 days to take care of her grieving mother, leaving him to ponder over what her answer will be. Written by born-rock64

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Kit Pongetti, who plays Dr. Mitchell in this episode, would later go on to play the Janitor's girlfriend Lady in seasons 7 & 8. See more »

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Elaine: [discussing death with J.D.] I really hope it's like a big Broadway musical... Everyone's all dressed up and singing to the rafters, and you go out with a real flourish.
Dr. John 'J.D.' Dorian: I think it's like a game of dodgeball. There's a lot of chaos and screaming and... you know, eventually you get your glasses snapped by the big kid who already has under-arm hair.... But then you wake up in the hot nurse's office, and when she leans in to put that bandage on your nose you get the sense that something could ...
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References Candid Camera (1948) See more »

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At Last
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Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Mack Gordon
Performed by Keren DeBerg
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