Dr. Cox tells his son the story about a typical day at Sacred Heart in the form of a bedtime fairy tale.

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Dr. Cox tells his son the story about a typical day at Sacred Heart in the form of a bedtime fairy tale.

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Bill Lawrence's wife Christa Miller wanted an episode for her kids to be able to watch, so Bill ordered a fairy tale episode to be made. See more »

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Dr. Kelso is back as Chief of Medicine, without explanation, although he quit in episode 7.9, and did not return in 7.10. All episodes thus far took place in linear sequence, and all flashbacks were clearly marked as such; this change in order of episodes could be the result of the writers' strike and that only episodes shot prior to the strike were aired as part of season seven. See more »

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Spoofs The Little Princess (1939) See more »

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17 May 2008 | by (Connecticut) – See all my reviews

I will admit I have been unhappy with the final season of SCRUBS. The episodes I have seen rarely rose above the mediocre, and used many well-worn gimmicks and plot devices from the previous six seasons. Laughs have been few. Now comes what appears to be the final episode of the series, MY PRINCESS. It starts out ordinarily enough, with the crew trying to save a patient, but takes a turn for the verse when Cox tells his son a bedtime fairy tale that has Janitor playing a 10-foot ogre with a taste for babies, Ted as a hideous hunchback, Turk and Carla as a two-headed something or other, Cox as (what else?) a heroic knight, Kelso as an evil warlock, J.D. as the village idiot and Elliott as a very fetching princess. This fairy tale goes back and forth from Cox's fantastic telling to the actual events in the hospital that parallel Cox's Grimm Brothers version. The laugh meter is on high and the cleverness of the episode helps make up for the debacle of Season 7. If this indeed is the final episode, it is a fitting one. One small plot hole: Kelso apparently is back in charge of the hospital. No explanation. But who cares, really?


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