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My Finale: Part 2 

J.D. continues his last day at Sacred Heart, and tries to hold out hope for a great sendoff.

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J.D. continues his last day at Sacred Heart, and tries to hold out hope for a great sendoff.

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6 May 2009 (USA)  »

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Last episode to feature Judy Reyes as Carla. See more »

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As JD leaves the hospital after watching his "future," he gets into his car and you can clearly hear the engine start. The Prius does not have a conventional starter motor (it is silent), and being a hybrid, the engine should not have started at all. See more »

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John Dorian: It's never good to live in the past too long. As for the future, thanks to Dan, it didn't seem so scary anymore. It could be whatever I want it to be... Who's to say this isn't what happens? And who's to say my fantasies won't come true just this once?
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The Book of Love
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Performed by Peter Gabriel
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Perfection
12 November 2016 | by See all my reviews

I could go on and on on why this is the best possible finale for the series they could have ever written, but I won't... It would be too long and philosophical. All the answers you may have are answered, but not in a cheesy 90s way, but in the most humane and sincere way: with hope. I cannot address it more: go see this episode for yourself.

The one thing I can only say is that 8 seasons, 160+ episodes were worth it JUST to see this episode and understand all of its magnitude. After this episode you will never be able to listen to Peter Gabriel without crying again, maybe you won't even feel feelings so strong as the ones at the end of this episode. i am not kidding: I'd take this series over many aspects of real life!

Best TV series I have ever seen and that I'll ever get the pleasure to see: pure and inhumane perfection.


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