Grief counseling is offered to Mrs. Wilk, whose condition has worsened considerably. As she comes to accept her fate with help from a quirky therapist, J.D. and Dr. Cox surprisingly turn to each other for support as they face losing their favorite patient. Elsewhere, Ted and the Janitor team up to give bitter Kelso a taste of his own medicine, and Elliot's relationship with Keith changes. Written by
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Clearly I'm pushing some buttons here.
You couldn't push my buttons if you tried. In fact, I have no buttons. Please think of me as buttonless, all smooth like G.I Joe's nether-regions. And, by the by, this image is brought to you by my son Jack, who has been yanking the pants off of his toy soldiers and leaving them in provocative positions on my nightstand. It is... just disturbing enough so that, leaving the house, I'm cranky and less able to suffer fools which brings me back to you, the ...
References Cat-Tails for Two
Performed by Pearl Jam
with Neil Young
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