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My Princess 

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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8 May 2008 (USA)  »

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In a nod to "The Princess Bride", Dr. Cox as the knight introduces himself to the monster by saying, "my name is Percival Cox. You're killing my friend. Prepare to die". 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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A victim of NBC's shuffling
11 August 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was actually a fairly amusing and well done take on a typical day at Sacred Heart, done up fantasy style. It suffers only because NBC made the extremely poor decision to present it as the "Series Finale" instead of being the 9th episode of the season, as was intended. The actual last episode of the season did a much more satisfying job of addressing the threads of the season. But for what this was, it was a better than average episode with some amusing alternate versions of the characters. The episode was reminiscent of the 100th episode, and had some tight writing, with various references to other episodes, and a poignant ending as Scrubs is known for.


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