Kim (J.D.'s girlfriend) has been offered a position St. Louis and is still undecided if she should take it as this job would separate her and J.D. for four months. Although J.D. claims that he fully supports either decision, he acts as the super-nice boyfriend so that she will not leave him. Turk tries to convince Carla to leave the hospital because he has to surrender his paycheck back to Dr. Kelso in order to cover the hospital expenses. Dr. Cox discovers that one patient has an orange skin color - an unsolved medical mystery since Dr. Cox cannot think of anything that turns the epidermis orange. Dr. Kelso punishes Elliot for taking the new job as a private practitioner by ignoring her. She takes her frustration out on Turk, who she thinks is not supportive enough. Meanwhile, no one notices that Carla suffers from post-partum depression. Written by
B. Tenbergen aka nanoprobe19
Did You Know?
The patient having orange skin is based on a small scene in the pilot episode of House, where a clinic patient has orange skin too. House guesses that the patient eats too many carrots and has been taking too much of the drug 'Niacin' See more
Despite the fact that the Janitor fires the paintball gun several times, it always has a full chamber. See more
Dr. Bob Kelso
Dr Reid, I thought I would just stop in and say goodbye.
Dr. Elliot Reid
Why? I'll still be working here.
Dr. Bob Kelso
Yes, but you won't be working for Sacred Heart, the place that spent a fortune training you, only to have you take off for greener pastures. You're like a prostitute that gets paid up-front and then bolts from the restaurants after dinner. It's about common courtesy, Reid... whether to your boss or to a kind-hearted John who's given you a lot of business over the years. So goodbye, Miss Mei Ling of Gentle ...
References House M.D.: Pilot
Where Do You Go
Written by Ken Block
Performed by Sister Hazel See more