A patient hears singing from everyone, turning Sacred Heart into a musical extravaganza. Meanwhile, Elliot determines whether or not J.D. should move in with her, and Carla determines whether or not to go back to work.

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A patient hears singing from everyone, turning Sacred Heart into a musical extravaganza. Meanwhile, Elliot determines whether or not J.D. should move in with her, and Carla determines whether or not to go back to work.

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Judy Reyes fractured her pelvis shortly before filming, which is why she sits in a chair for "It's Gonna be a Long Year." For the number "The Truth Comes Out" she is seen walking in front Ms. Miller's bed, which is her, but for the other parts, it is her double. The number "Dominican", was filmed 5 weeks after her injury. See more »

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At the beginning of the song "Guy Love", Turk has the clipboard up to his check, and then it jumps to the next shot and the clipboard is at his waist; the clipboard's still at his waist, but when Turk sings, "...some times it's easier to hide..." another shot is ran and the clipboard has suddenly disappeared from the shot, and we can only assume it's at his side with his arm. The clipboard has suddenly disappeared (or at Turk's side, out of shot) whenever the camera does a mid-shot and over-the-shoulder and focuses on JD, but reappears whenever it's focused on Turk. See more »

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Dr. John 'J.D.' Dorian: In musicals, there's always a happy ending. But in life, sometimes when you get what you want, you end up missing what you left behind. Whether it's your roommate, or time spent with your child, or even the music you used to hear in your head.
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Featured in Todd's Pop Song Reviews: Lighters (2011) See more »

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For the Last Time I'm Dominican
Lyrics by Debra Fordham and Paul F. Perry
Music by Paul F. Perry and Jan Stevens
Performed by Judy Reyes, Donald Faison & Robert Maschio
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The surprises never end with this show
19 September 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I am not a fan of musicals. Not by a long shot.

Still, this 30 minute musical extravaganza, replete with a veritable cornucopia of clever numbers, each performed without the slightest hint of self-awareness by all the members of the cast, is hard not to watch.

I really was impressed by the effort put into this, especially by folks that are clearly not singers (Dr. Cox, JD, The Todd, Janitor and Kelso). Some of the lyrics are dizzying in their complexity. Dr. Cox's rant number was especially challenging and I have no idea how John C. McGinley pulls it off, but he does, an splendidly so,

I wish this episode had won the 5 Emmy's it was nominated for. It won 2 of them however.


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