Scrubs: Season 8, Episode 13

My Full Moon (1 Apr. 2009)

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Eliot and Turk are left with four cocky interns and a number of difficult patients on the night of a full moon.

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Eliot and Turk are left with four cocky interns and a number of difficult patients on the night of a full moon.

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Elliot and Turk's Full Moon
15 April 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Don't get me wrong, I enjoy the character of JD and the work that Zach Braff does, but season 8, to me has been about really diving in and showing that all these characters are strong and able to hold up this show on their own. Like with most ensemble casts, it is better when the group as a whole, is together on screen or throughout the course of an episode, but this one proved that any combination of the group can carry a thirty minute show. Sarah Chalke and Donald Faison do a tremendous job of making the episode funny and charming at the same time. They show a chemistry that isn't seen much and, with the help of the interns, make this episode one of my favorites.

Season 8 of Scrubs has been one of its best, and this proves why.


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