On his first day at the Sacred Heart Hospital new Intern J.D realizes that being a doctor is a whole lot different and harder than he actually thought. At the end he finds out that people are not always what they seem to be at first, for example Dr Kelso who did act nice is actually a complete Jerk and mean Dr Cox is actually a good guy. Written by
Did You Know?
The guy on the scanner that JD is doctoring as Turk comes clean about really being scared all the time is the same actor who plays Lonnie (Michael Hobert
). See more
Dr. Kelso tells JD to keep a female patient on dialysis, and not put her on the transplant list, because she doesn't have insurance. In the U.S., all patients who have kidney failure and are on dialysis are eligible for Medicare, which also pays for a kidney transplant. See more
How's it going?
I'm 37 years old and I'm a janitor. How do you think it's going?
Now there is nothing wrong with being a janitor.
Really? Thank you. You've turned my life around. I have to go tell my janitor wife and all my janitor kids that life is worth living. And that comes straight from our hero, Dr. Whozits, Dr. Nothing. No, seriously, come on. You can come over to my humble house and point out things that are cheap.
Performed by Tricky See more