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The hospital is seen from the perspective of The Janitor, who's out to prove he can make a difference after getting rid of J.D. for the day. Also, Turk sees his "blackness" called into question by Dr. Cox, and Elliot's intern's mistakes begin to frustrate her. Written by Alex

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18 April 2006 (USA)  »

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The character of Eric McNair is actually named after a real-life fan of the show, who asked the writing staff to do so in a Q&A in celebration of their 100th episode. See more »


When the Janitor is talking to the patient about his "drill-fork" it's placed right next to the tray closer to Janitor. Right before Janitor has to leave the drill-fork is placed on the tray closer to the patient. See more »


Nurse: Knock, knock.
Janitor: [in head] Who's there?
Janitor: [in head] Nurse mophead.
Janitor: [in head] Nurse mophead who?
Janitor: [in head] You have a mophead.
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References Sesame Street (1969) See more »


Lazlo Bane
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One Of Their Best Episodes
10 August 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This has got to be one of the best episodes of Scrubs. It's one of the multiple "His/Her" story episodes told from the point of view of a character other then the usual JD. This one is told from the character of the Janitor. It starts off with JD trying to make a video of the hospital to send to his mother. He ends up sleeping on a bench during his break at which point the Janitor kidnaps him and hides him in a water tank for the day. The Janitor then sets out to prove that without JD around, he can make a difference at the hospital after assisting with holding down a seizure patient. When he realizes that none of the doctors take him seriously and only pity him he spend time with Mr. McNair, who suffers from locked in syndrome, so he can't talk back to anyone without him computer. What makes this episode great is that we finally get to see the workings of the Janitor's mind. We realize how much pride he does take in working at the hospital, and that he wants to make an impact, and not just be seen as the guy with the mop. The episode ends with JD being released from the tank and taking over narration. Mr. McNair gets his computer back and thanks the Janitor for being there, the first real show of the appreciation he's seen in a while. Great Episode.

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