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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Three people from the hit Broadway show "Avenue Q" were involved in making this episode. Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx, the creators and songwriters of Avenue Q wrote the majority of the songs in this episode and Stephanie D'Abruzzo (Patti Miller) originated the roles of Kate Monster, Lucy T. Slut, one of the singing Moving Boxes and the voice of the Suicidal Woman in the Broadway production. See more »

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In the opening scene, when Carla is sat at the table, working out her finances. As she says "maybe I should stay home with Izzy for a year". It cuts to Carla sat holding a pen up by her face. Then when it cuts to the wide shot her hands are under the table. Then when it cuts back to the close up, she is holding the pen in both hands by her mouth. See more »

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Dr. Cox: It's your hair, your nose, your chinless face. You always need a hug. Not to mention all the manly Appletinies that you chug. That you think I am your mentor, just continues to perplex. And oh my God stop telling me when you have nerdy sex!
J.D.: And by the way, the last time Kim was in town we took some Appeltinies and poored 'em on our good parts!
Dr. Cox: See now newbie that's the thing you do that drives me up a tree. 'Cause no matter how I rant at you, you never let me be. So I'm stuck with all your day ...
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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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Fantastic
2 August 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I will admit up front I am a fan of musicals.

However, someone who isn't at least entertained by this episode (whether he is a musical fan or not) didn't give it a chance. From the dance steps to the facial expressions to funny lyrics, this episode was entertaining to the core. Most of the humor is not the slap-in-the-face kind of overt humor that one may expect. It actually requires you to be engaged to take in what is being sung about. The whole cast is quite good in their performances and sometimes the lyrics are borderline brilliant. I can only imagine how creative one must be to come up with a Broadway-style song when the subject is "poo" or "guy love."

When you're done watching, it really feels as if you just finished watching a full production rather than simply half an hour of TV. And every time I watch, I laugh out loud.


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