In the aftermath of their near-indiscretion, Elliot realizes she doesn't want to be with Keith and J.D. resolves to stop sabotaging himself. Meanwhile, Dr. Cox and Turk find a patient they both like who is in danger of being discharged.

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In the aftermath of their near-indiscretion, Elliot realizes she doesn't want to be with Keith and J.D. resolves to stop sabotaging himself. Meanwhile, Dr. Cox and Turk find a patient they both like who is in danger of being discharged.

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After JD's daydream about winning the "Who-Caresie" award, the line of his internal monologue is "Suck on that, Tony Shalhoub." Shalhoub won a Primetime Emmy in 2005 for which Zach Braff was also a nominee. See more »

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Dr.Perry Cox: That's it! Ladies and gentleman, welcome to the First Annual Sacred Heart Who-Caresies Awards, designed to honor those people who believe that others actually give a rat's ass about the minutiae of their lives.
Dr. John 'J.D.' Dorian: [narrating] The weird thing was, I think we all really wanted to win.
[J.D.'s fantasy starts]
Dr.Perry Cox: And the nominees are Barbie Reid for "What Am I Gonna Do About My Ex-Fiancé?"; Dame Judy Dorian for "I'm Done Self-Sabotaging"; Gandhi for "I've Got Candy In My Teeth"; The Todd for "Look At My ...
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Self-destruct in 5-4-3-2-...
3 November 2007 | by (Connecticut) – See all my reviews

Not a sterling season opener, but not the worst episode (that honor belongs to certain episodes in Season 6). MY WORST ENEMY would seem to be about J.D.'s endless capacity for self-sabotage, and you are led to think J.D. will do something really stupid with Kim. Only the closing sequence tells the story, and I'm certainly not saying here. Janitor, God bless him, has a supreme moment of triumph, thanks to J.D. and a lady named Lady. Elliott and Keith have some bad moments, some good moments, then some really bad moments as she waffles about marriage and their longterm relationship. Not exactly a laugh-out-loud episode, actually more dramatic than funny -- other than the Janitor's ultimate triumph over J.D.


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