Scrubs: Season 8, Episode 2

My Last Words (6 Jan. 2009)

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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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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dr. Elliot Reid (credit only)
The Janitor (credit only)
Dr. Bob Kelso (credit only)
Dr. Perry Cox (credit only)
George Valentine
Deonte Gordon ...


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

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Christa Miller (Jordan) and Courtney Cox (Dr. Maddox) talk about going out for drinks because "cougars" drink for free. Both actresses star on the show "Cougar Town". See more »


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 »


[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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Performed by Death Cab for Cutie
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the perfect combination between comedy and drama
14 May 2009 | by (Colombia) – See all my reviews

one of the good things about not only the episode but also the series is that at some point they can not forget on which sircunstanses they are developing the series, it impossible for an hospital to not having bad news or drama,and scrubs really understands that because at some point the know when is kidding and when not. In this episode j.d and Turk help an almost dead man to accept his end...and the same time j.d and Turk do.....feel...truly fear about dead....great episode....if seen scrubs like for a year, I instantley become a great fan because the series is hilarious but sometimes sad.....but what do really matter is the fact that know at this point of the series they are all in the position they wanted to be....some there will be no madoxx..Dr cox will replace her and Dr kelso...JD is going to be on Dr.cox place an finally he is starting to treat him like equal....and so and on...they are progressing..excellent series.

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