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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In the song "Everything Comes Down to Poo," according to composer Jeff Marx, the lyrics "It may sound gross / You may say shush / But we need to see / What comes out of your tush" were originally "It may sound gross / It may sound crass / But we need to see / What comes out of your ass." 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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Everything Comes Down to Poo
Lyrics by Debra Fordham, Robert Lopez & Jeff Marx
Music by Robert Lopez & Jeff Marx
Performed by Zach Braff, Stephanie D'Abruzzo, Donald Faison, Kym Hoy,
Jennifer Leigh Warren, Adam Hunter, Mike Schwartz & Cast
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Awesome and Hilarious
19 October 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode was hysterical. And I'm a huge fan of musicals, so to see this was great.

Everyone in the cast had surprisingly good voices (Kelso and Dr. Cox surprised me the most) and the songs were catchy and entertaining. The only way they could have made this better is if they parodied "The Phantom of the Opera", which I'm a huge Phan of, gotta love Michael Crawford!

I would have to say my favorite numbers are "Welcome to Sacred Heart" and "The Rant Song". In "Welcome to Sacred Heart", the singing and energy was great from the cast, as well as the choreography. "The Rant Song" was just hilarious--pure Dr. Cox comedy set to music.

Bravo to the "Scrubs" cast, and please, do another musical episode!


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