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My No Good Reason 

Dr. Cox and Nurse Roberts argue about whether there is a reason for things happening.

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Elliot tries to get a dying patient's dog in the hospital but Dr.Kelso is still mad at her because she went into private practice.Dr.Cox has to do everything around the house since Jordan had her prenatal surgery and he also gets in an argument with Laverne and tries everything to prove his point.Carla hires a hot nanny and J.D and Turk can't stop looking at her. Written by nima

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Comedy | Drama

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15 March 2007 (USA)  »

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This episode was submitted for Emmy consideration for Sarah Chalke in the category Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. See more »

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When Dr. Cox first sees Nurse Roberts in her coma, her head is turned to the left. When he approaches the window, her head is turned to the right See more »

Quotes

Heather: [recorded on tape, to Isabella] What's the matter? You're so fussy... Why are you so fussy?
Ted Buckland: I'd let her give me a bath, I don't care if my mom was watching...
Dr. Todd Quinlan: Could you make her eat a banana?
J.D.: It's not interactive, Todd.
Heather: [recorded on tape] There it is! There it is, let me...
Nurse Carla Espinosa: [entering] Hey baby! What are you guys watching?
Dr. Christopher Turk: [pausing the tape] Football.
everyone: Yeah, football... yeah... good game...
[Carla turns around to the TV; Turk stops the tape]
Nurse Carla Espinosa: Football? Isn't the season over?
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References The Blair Witch Project (1999) See more »

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Ain't No Reason
Written by Brett Dennen
Performed by Brett Dennen
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Scrubs' emotional moments
20 October 2007 | by See all my reviews

Although Scrubs is well known for its witty humor, every once in a while an episode tends to pull at the heart strings. I have to say that some of my favorite Scrubs episodes are not the ones that end with me laughing out loud, but rather on the verge of tears. It's so rare that a TV show of this type can do that and the writers' and actors' abilities to pull off these moments is amazing. This is right up there with the episode when Ben dies as one of the most gut wrenching. The heated debate between Cox and Laverne culminates in a drastically terrible ending and shows that this show is more than a situational comedy, but a show that could be about real people. And that is what keeps me coming back for more.


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