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Kim moves in with J.D. in order to raise their child together. J.D. learns from Turk and Dr. Cox that fatherhood changes the way of how to see things. Carla complains to Elliot about her being a control freak when they prepare the bachelorette party.

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Dr. John 'J.D.' Dorian
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Dr. Elliot Reid
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Janitor
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Dr. Kim Briggs
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Dr. Matthews
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Ted
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Todd
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Keith
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Lloyd
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Woman
Sammy Fender ...
JD's Son
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Kim moves in with J.D. in order to raise their child together. J.D. learns from Turk and Dr. Cox that fatherhood changes the way of how to see things. Carla complains to Elliot about her being a control freak when they prepare the bachelorette party.

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Comedy | Drama

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17 May 2007 (USA)  »

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Trivia

When JD is at Turk's apartment, Turk is wearing a shirt that says Blacksheep. In one frame right as Turk is picking up Izzie to had to JD his shirt now says Backsheep, The L is now gone, but only for that one frame. See more »

Goofs

Dr. Reid tells Dr. Turk there is "no place place called Kokomo". There are actually 5 places in the US called Kokomo, including one in Hawaii where Dr. Reid wants to go. See more »

Quotes

Dr. Cox: I've seen The Wiggles live in concert... twice.
Turk: Did they perform "Big Red Car"?
Dr. Cox: They opened and closed the show with it. It was awesome.
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References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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Pure Love
Written by Colin Hay (uncredited)
Performed by Colin Hay
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