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TV Series:
Original Air Date:
18 January 2007 (Season 6, Episode 6)
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. | Add synopsis »
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 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Will Mackenzie 
Writing credits
Bill Lawrence (created by)

Debra Fordham (written by)

Produced by
Gabrielle Allan .... consulting producer
Janae Bakken .... supervising producer
Bill Callahan .... executive producer
Garrett Donovan .... executive producer
Debra Fordham .... supervising producer
Neil Goldman .... executive producer
Bill Lawrence .... executive producer
Liz Newman .... producer
Danny Rose .... co-producer
Mike Schwartz .... co-executive producer
Mark Stegemann .... supervising producer
Randall Winston .... producer
Original Music by
Jan Stevens 
Cinematography by
John Inwood (director of photography)
Film Editing by
John Michel 
Casting by
Brett Benner 
Debby Romano 
Production Design by
Cabot McMullen 
Set Decoration by
Brian Kasch 
Costume Design by
Carey Bennett 
Makeup Department
Sarah Ault .... daily hair stylist
Kimberly Carlson .... hair stylist
Rebecca DeHerrera .... makeup artist
Lorna Reid .... hair department head (as Lorna A. Reid)
Phyllis Williams .... makeup department head
Production Management
Lyda Blank .... production manager
Abraham Park .... post-production supervisor
Richard A. Wells .... unit production manager (as Richard Alexander Wells)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
E. Langston Craig .... second assistant director
Franklyn Gottbetter .... first assistant director (as Franklyn M. Gottbetter)
Pamela Monroe .... second second assistant director
Lindsay Moorhead .... dga trainee
Art Department
Patrick Bolton .... on-set dresser
Joshua Dobkin .... art department coordinator
Cindy Ingraham .... assistant property master
Vincent Luizzi .... set dresser (as Vince Luizzi)
John 'Johnny O' Ornelas .... property master (as John Ornelas)
Ty Jones Jr. .... set dresser (uncredited)
Sound Department
Steve Blazewick .... production sound mixer: second unit
John W. Cook II .... supervising sound mixer
Joe Foglia .... production sound mixer
Peter Nusbaum .... sound re-recording mixer
Peter Nusbaum .... supervising sound mixer
Whitney Purple .... sound recordist
David Ruth .... sound editor
Paul Tade .... supervising sound editor (as Paul E. Tade)
Johanna Turner .... sound editor
Anna D. Wilborn .... utility sound technician
Visual Effects by
Dylan Chudzynski .... visual effects supervisor
O.T. Hight .... visual effects artist
Becky Ohmes .... stunt double (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Elizabeth Algieri .... camera assistant
Richard Davis .... a-camera/steadicam operator (as Richard W. Davis)
John W. Kristopik .... rigging electric
Isaac McKee .... lighting technician
David McMillan .... rigging gaffer
Skip Mobley .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Georgia Packard .... camera operator
Andrew Rawson .... gaffer
Calvin Starnes .... grip
Daniel Stilling .... camera operator
Joseph Torres Jr. .... additional first assistant camera
Joseph Torres Jr. .... second assistant camera: "b" camera (uncredited)
Casting Department
Matt Kane .... casting assistant
Blyth Nailling .... casting associate
Travis Otsuji .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Alexandra Dewey .... costumer
Maeve Guesdon .... key costumer
Editorial Department
Larry Field .... colorist
Larry Field .... final colorist
Richard Flores Jr. .... telecine colorist
Kip Kroeger .... post-production assistant
Timothy Serda .... assistant editor
Patrick Woodard .... on-line editor
Music Department
Lazlo Bane .... music performers: theme song
Becca Borawski .... music editor
Timothy Bright .... composer: theme music (as Tim Bright)
Chad Fischer .... composer: theme music
Chris Horvath .... music arranger
Chris Link .... composer: theme music
Greg Manning .... music arranger
Joshua Minyard .... music engineer
Milton Nelson .... orchestrator
Jason Poss .... music transcription
Doug Besterman .... music arranger: "Welcome to Sacred Heart" and "Everything Comes Down to Poo" (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Art Bauer .... driver
Glenn Midcap .... transportation coordinator (uncredited)
Other crew
Aseem Batra .... story editor
Kevin Bennett .... production accountant
Kevin Biegel .... story editor
Alexis Booth .... production assistant (as Alexis Scheu)
Eren Celeboglu .... assistant: Bill Lawrence
Brian M. Davison .... production office secretary
Melody Derloshon .... writer's production assistant
Jonathan Doris .... medical advisor (as Dr. Jon Doris)
Albert Epps .... location manager
Marta Goldstein .... script supervisor
Hillary Simone Hirsch .... production coordinator
Ryan A. Kemp .... location production assistant
Clarence Livingston .... story editor
Lance MacDonald .... choreographer
Devin O. Mahoney .... assistant to writer
Eric Oberland .... production assistant
Frank Ramey .... stand-in
Sean Russell .... script coordinator
Jesse Schiller .... assistant to producer
Kyle Stephens .... production assistant
Jared Weisfelner .... assistant production coordinator
Amy D'Alessandro .... titles (uncredited)
Erin Lander .... adr loop group (uncredited)

Series Crew
These people are regular crew members. Were they in this episode?
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Bill Lawrence  created by

Produced by
Mychelle Deschamps .... producer (pilot episode)
Makeup Department
Jennifer Davis .... makeup artist
Paula Le Mieux .... makeup day-player
Robert Rapport .... additional makeup artist (seasons 1-2)
Kenneth Paul Schoenfeld .... makeup artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Michelle Gold .... first assistant director: opening titles
Art Department
Francoise Cherry-Cohen .... set designer (2010)
Douglas T. Madison .... assistant property master (2003-) (as Doug Madison Jr.)
Sherand Palmer .... paint foreman (pilot episode)
Stuart Watnick .... assistant property master (2003-)
Robert N. Williams .... assistant property master
Neal W. Zoromski .... props
Sound Department
Scott Brewster .... adr recordist
David Diamond .... boom operator
Jesse Dodd .... foley mixer (as Jesse K-D. Dodd)
Michael Florimbi .... sound mixer
Lee Gilmore .... foley editor
Steven D. Grothe .... sound mixer: second unit
Carrie Lisonbee .... assistant sound editor
Michael McNerney .... foley mixer
Dov Schwarz .... adr editor
Dov Schwarz .... dialogue editor
Robert Sharman .... utility sound technician: second unit
Special Effects by
Mitch Gates .... special effects makeup
Ian O'Connor .... special effects (multiple episodes)
Visual Effects by
Trey Freeman .... digital artist: Level 3 Post
Paul Gentry .... visual effects supervisor
Peyton Skelton .... director of photography: visual effects unit
Matt von Brock .... digital artist
Jake Aguas .... visual effects executive producer: 3dBob Productions (uncredited)
Phillip Moses .... visual effects producer: 3D Bob Productions (uncredited)
Wade Allen .... stunts
Robert Alonzo .... stunts
Nicole Basanda .... stunt double
Erik Betts .... stunt double: Donald Faison
Sarah Brown .... stunt double
Erica Grace .... stunt double
Jermaine Holt .... stunt double: Jermaine Tamaze Holt
David Hugghins .... stunts
Martin Klebba .... utility stunts
Paul Lacovara .... stunts (2002)
David Leitch .... stunts
Marc Scizak .... stunts
Roger Stoneburner .... stunt double
Ronn Surels .... stunt double
Clark Tucker .... stunts
Spice Williams-Crosby .... stunts (as Spice Williams)
Camera and Electrical Department
Joe Buscaglia .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Shane Buttle .... set lighting technician
Keith Davis .... additional electrician
Richard Davis .... additional Steadicam operator (2002)
Eric Fletcher .... additional Steadicam operator (2006)
Eric Fletcher .... additional camera operator (2006)
Gretchen Hatz .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Colin Hudson .... Steadicam operator
Erwin Landau .... Steadicam assistant
Frederick Lawrence .... grip
Justin M. Lubin .... still photographer
BJ McDonnell .... grip
Gary Molyneux .... additional grip
Bob Myers .... grip: second unit
Jon Myers .... additional Steadicam operator
Jon Myers .... camera operator
Jonathan Rho .... camera operator: "b" camera
Jonathan Rho .... director of photography: second unit
Scott Romsos .... set lighting technician
Riley Sidore .... set lighting technician
Matt Sohn .... camera operator
Robert Stillman .... additional grip
George Wells .... additional grip
Dale White .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Tony Whitman .... key grip
Casting Department
Sandy Holt .... adr voice casting
Paul Ruddy .... casting assistant (2001-2002)
Jill Scott .... extras casting (season 5)
Editorial Department
Lenny Duge .... post-production duplication
Transportation Department
J. Armin Garza II .... driver: camera car
Other crew
Tansey Allen .... set production assistant
Debra Leilani Bakeman .... set medic (2001-2004)
Ernest Belding .... assistant location manager
Brandi S. Chewe .... second assistant accountant
Guin Dill .... animal trainer
Fred Fein .... stand-in
Julia Franz .... production executive (2004)
Jamie French .... publicist (2001-2002)
Mandy Friedrich .... studio teacher (last two seasons)
Vicki Goldsmith .... set production assistant
Sara Holden .... photo double
Lisa Hoover .... location assistant
Frank Kegel .... set medic (2004-)
David Kraemer .... set production assistant
Sharon Liggins .... publicist (2003)
Wendy Luckenbill .... publicist (2004)
Jody Margolin Hahn .... associate director (as Jody Margolin)
Jody Margolin Hahn .... technical coordinator (as Jody Margolin)
Omar McClinton .... post-production finance: Touchstone Television
Lucas Moore .... studio teacher (pilot episode)
Kelly Nass .... assistant production coordinator (2003-2004)
Kelly Nass .... production coordinator (episodes 321-322)
Michael O'Haver .... guest stand-in
Donna Tegan .... additional set production assistant
Lauren Townsend .... publicist (2003)
Julie Wagner .... stand-in: Mandy Moore (2005)
Production CompaniesDistributorsSpecial EffectsOther Companies

Additional Details

24 min (excluding commercials)
Aspect Ratio:
1.78 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:

Did You Know?

Cameo: [Jeff Marx]one of the composers of the songs in this episode, has an uncredited role as the pharmacist in the background during "Gonna Miss You Carla".See more »
Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): In this episode, Elliot tells J.D. that she's 29. After college, 4 years of medical school, and 5 1/2 years at Sacred Heart, she should be at least 30, even assuming that she entered college at age 17. This could also be a reference to the Season 4 episode "Her Story" where all of the women in the hospital stated their ages were 29.See more »
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.See more »
The Rant SongSee more »


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52 out of 57 people found the following review useful.
How can a show last so long and still kick ass, 20 January 2007
Author: Nick Stone from Italy

First off, let me say that I've been a member of IMDb for a while, and this is the first time I actually feel the need to share my thoughts with others writing a review. To me Scrubs is the best show ever, I loved every and each season of it, but I always had the fear that it would soon jump the shark. You know, most series run out of ideas after a while, it's normal, but this show seems never ending, and this particular episode is the very proof of it.

On to the episode itself, at first I thought "Oh jeez, here we go, a musical episode. The end is near." mostly for my hate for musicals, and secondly for the fore-mentioned "fear" that this show could become crap soon.

But was I wrong, I laughed throughout the whole 22-ish minutes of it, it was brilliant to say the least. And the music is so well-inserted inside a storyline that it seems almost needed, plus I must say that all, and I stress again ALL of the performances were great. First of all obviously Broadway star Stephanie D'Abruzzo, a real singer with an awesome voice and acting. But then all the cast seems almost to have a musical background. I knew already of Turk's singing ability, he shows it off in some old episodes, but Carla was a real pearl, she has that bluesy-moody sound in her chords plus I really loved the tango with Turk, one of the best moments.

The best tho was the "Guy Love" song. God, did I enjoy that piece. Definitely worth watching, it changed my mood for the whole day, and I can't thank this show enough for this.


- Nick

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