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My Therapeutic Month 

J.D. falls for a sexy new physical therapist but because of his unfortunate circumstances he finds it difficult to ask her out. Meanwhile, Turk breaks his arm and Dr. Kelso sends him back to residency where, with the help of Dr. Cox, he realizes that he knows less about actual medicine than he thought he did. Elsewhere, Eliot invites Keith to move in with her, but isn't quite ready to compromise ... See full summary »

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J.D. falls for a sexy new physical therapist but because of his unfortunate circumstances he finds it difficult to ask her out. Meanwhile, Turk breaks his arm and Dr. Kelso sends him back to residency where, with the help of Dr. Cox, he realizes that he knows less about actual medicine than he thought he did. Elsewhere, Eliot invites Keith to move in with her, but isn't quite ready to compromise her house rules. All the while Carla provides each of the doctors with guidance while they get over their fear, ignorance and stubbornness.

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The two songs that JD and Lloyd are listening to on the way to the hospital are 'The Devils Son' and 'Driving Down' the Darkness by Devildriver; off of their self titled debut and sophomore album The Fury of Our Maker's Hand. See more »

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The Janitor: You have to think for yourself. Don't be a sheep and fallow the fold. Now repeat after me, I think for myself.
Crowd: I think for myself.
The Janitor: You can't tell me what to say.
Crowd: You can't tell me what to say.
The Janitor: I won't say this.
Crowd: I won't say this.
The Janitor: Unbelievable.
Crowd: Unbelievable.
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References The Smurfs (1981) See more »

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Written by Fran Healy
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Isn't she lovely?
30 October 2007 | by (Connecticut) – See all my reviews

I wonder about JD sometimes. In this episode, he meets a therapist who sends his heart spinning. But he is reluctant to ask her out, even at the urging of the patient she is working with. JD and this patient eventually make some kind of bet, as I recall, which will encourage JD to ask her out. Considering JD has done the Seinfeld thing and slept with almost every beautiful woman who has appeared on the show, including an inordinate number of blondes, I cannot imagine him being shy around any woman. I guess that's part of his appeal. Turk breaks his arm in the silliest way imaginable, which puts him in Cox's hands for a few weeks. Look out, now! Elliott invites Keith to move in with her, but all does not go well.


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