J.D. and Turk skip "steak night" to hang out with a dying patient who has no next of kin.

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J.D. and Turk skip "steak night" to hang out with a dying patient who has no next of kin.

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6 January 2009 (USA)  »

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When Turk mentions playing football, he says he played football as a safety. Donald Faison who plays Turk also starred in Remember the Titans. In the movie, he plays Petey Jones, a running back that is switched to safety. See more »

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In the final scene, the flare gun goes from being on the ground next to JD to in his hand in the close up shot without his arm moving. See more »

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[Jordan and Taylor are going out to bars]
Jordan Sullivan: Can we go? Cougars only drink free 'til 9:00!
Dr. Taylor Maddox: What about MILFs?
Jordan Sullivan: Oh, I'd forgot I had kids.
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One Of My All-Time Favorite Scrubs Episodes
2 February 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I truly think this episode of Scrubs doesn't get a lot of recognition of being one of the best ones. Maybe its because it didn't have a lot of comedic elements but also did not have one of those emotional moments either, such as the ones in My Screwup or My Lunch.

Bottom line is this: Out of the eight seasons of Scrubs (yes, I said eight...deal with it), this episode deserves much more fanfare than what it gets. There's no make-or-break moment but it is simple and straightforward.

Awesome. A real treat. George Valentine, FTW. He ranks right up there with other Scrubs patients such as Mrs. Wilk, Jill Tracy, and other memorable patients.


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