J.D. and Turk direct the intern comedy show, but are mortified to discover that the biggest joke of the night is at their expense. Meanwhile, Eliot tries to get Denise to hang out with the other interns.

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J.D. and Turk direct the intern comedy show, but are mortified to discover that the biggest joke of the night is at their expense. Meanwhile, Eliot tries to get Denise to hang out with the other interns.

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Dr. John 'J.D.' Dorian: Face it, Turk. It's a bro-mance.
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Guy Love
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Lyrics by Debra Fordham and Paul F. Perry
Music by Paul F. Perry
Performed by Zach Braff & Donald Faison
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Oh scrubs, why did you stoop so low?
6 November 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

i have been a great fan of this show for years but i think its finally done it, its made me loathe its very core.

it repeated its storyline from numerous other times, like that episode when their was a girl called Lindsay who wouldn't take her medication. it did just about the exact same thing, only not so involving and boring.

when a show has run out of ideas and has realized it no longer is that interesting it adds sex appeal, which this show did earlier in season 6/7 by making the whole place brighter and everyone who worked their is attractive. but this time in my opinion they went a bit to far, i mean c'mon an actual lesbian scene? completely unnecessary, in fact that whole plot line was useless and childish with an unfunny end.

of course my biggest criticism is on a more universal scale, since about series 6 is were it stopped being good for me, it realized it had used up all the interesting stories, at this time your meant to end the show, and resorted to being goofy, low brow and ridiculous. this episode took that onto a whole new level.

sorry scrubs you've gone and killed yourself.


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