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After saying goodbye to Nurse Roberts, the Sacred Heart staff institutes some of her lessons into their lives. Though Carla thinks they've all forgotten, Dr. Cox takes time to reflect on his purpose; Elliot opens her heart to Keith; and J.D. and Turk learn compassion.

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Dr. Elliot Reid
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Dr. Christopher Turk
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Janitor
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Dr. Perry Cox
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Nurse Carla Espinosa
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Waitress
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Doug
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Ted
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Todd
Philip McNiven ...
Roy
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Jordan
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Crispin
Paul F. Perry ...
Randall
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After saying goodbye to Nurse Roberts, the Sacred Heart staff institutes some of her lessons into their lives. Though Carla thinks they've all forgotten, Dr. Cox takes time to reflect on his purpose; Elliot opens her heart to Keith; and J.D. and Turk learn compassion.

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12 April 2007 (USA)  »

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In the bar room scene, Carla is seen raising her drink to her mouth. The camera then cuts to Elliot, and Carla's drink can clearly be seen sitting on the table. Cut back to Carla, and she is bringing the drink back down from her mouth. See more »

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Dr. Kelso: [to Keith] You nagger.
Snoop Dogg Intern: What did you call him, punk-ass?
Dr. Kelso: A nagger.
Snoop Dogg Intern: OK, we're cool.
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Written by Nutini, Jim Duguid & Matty Benbrook
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2 July 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Really good episode. I honestly cried when Nurse Roberts died, but this episode made me happy again. I'm glad that the season picked up again. I felt that it lacked during the beginning. I love the songs at the end of the episodes. I always search them and buy them on itunes. Great show and great season. This episode is at the top of my list. I can't wait to see the rest of the show. I have bought the entire show with all the seasons and I just got to this episode. I can't wait to finish the season, but at the same time I am sad to see the show end. I might have an emotional breakdown but hopefully this show will continue on.Does anyone know who sings the song at the end of the episode?


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