In the sixth season opener, J.D. deals with the news that he's going to be a father, Dr. Cox worries about how his anger is going to affect his offspring, and The Janitor wonders whether ... See full summary »

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In the sixth season opener, J.D. deals with the news that he's going to be a father, Dr. Cox worries about how his anger is going to affect his offspring, and The Janitor wonders whether his personal vendetta against J.D. is a waste of time. Also, Elliot decides she too wants children. Written by Alex

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The name of J.D.'s "mirror image", Mrs. Zeebee, is an obvious reference to actor Zach Braff's initials, ZB. See more »

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Carla: [J.D. tells Carla, Elliot, and Turk that Kim is pregnant] I'm sorry J.D. but you knew this could happen when you had sex.
Dr. John 'J.D.' Dorian: I have to tell you guys something but you have to promise not to laugh. Ok?
[Carla, Elliot, and Turk agree]
Dr. John 'J.D.' Dorian: Ok, on the night of said conception, ah, Kim and I nude-ed up, and um, the dirty talk began and I got a little over excited.
Dr. Christopher Turk: Oooh, She like a the dirty talk!
Dr. John 'J.D.' Dorian: No, I do. I find it gets the ladies going. But I occasionally get wrapped up in it myself, especially when I use ...
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References White Chicks (2004) See more »

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Bye Bye Bye
Written by Kristen Lundin, Jake Schlutz, Andreas Carlsson and Jon Sullivan
Performed by 'N Sync
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The power is still there.
1 December 2006 | by (Orlando, Florida) – See all my reviews

The first scene is worth the price of admission alone. The whole episode is fast, frenetic, and not really as predictable as they might lead you to first believe. Infusing a patient with your own feelings is probably quite common in hospitals - after all, it happens every day in real life, it's one tried and true way of relating to an individual. But this first show of the new season is so typical of what these people - actors, writers, designers, lighting crew - create each week. There has never been another medical show like this. And when these last original episodes finally exit NBC, those of us who have spent a great amount of time recruiting viewers - sometimes with chloroform and vallium, sometimes with nothing more than a shovel to the head - will be able to look into each others eyes and see the unspoken love for a hospital and staff that never really existed. Except in our minds.


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