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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Dr. John 'J.D.' Dorian: That Mrs Larkin is an aggressive lady. She won't even let her husband finish a sen...
Dr. Perry Cox: Oh, shut the hell up, would you, please? At least she's ballsy! Unlike that husband, who's the overly thoughtful, sensitive type that drives me crazy.
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Dr. Perry Cox: What?
Dr. John 'J.D.' Dorian: No, I think... I think the Larkins complement each other... they're a good team. Kinda remind me of us.
Dr. Perry Cox: Roseanne... now, granted I was, as usual, only half listening to you, but I get the sinking feeling you just compared us to a ...
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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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