Scrubs (2001–2010)
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My Manhood 

When Dr. Kelso tells the Janitor that nobody cares what he thinks, he starts a newspaper called "The Janitorial" to prove him wrong.


Michael McDonald


Bill Lawrence (created by), Angela Nissel | 5 more credits »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Zach Braff ... Dr. John 'J.D.' Dorian
Sarah Chalke ... Dr. Elliot Reid
Donald Faison ... Dr. Christopher Turk
Neil Flynn ... Janitor
Ken Jenkins ... Dr. Bob Kelso
John C. McGinley ... Dr. Perry Cox
Judy Reyes ... Nurse Carla Espinosa
Scott Holroyd ... John
Johnny Kastl ... Doug
Sam Lloyd ... Ted
Robert Maschio ... Todd
Michael McDonald ... Mr. Cropper
Mindy Sterling ... Mrs. Cropper
Roshawn Franklin ... Olympic Athlete
Houston Rhines ... Brother #1


When Dr. Kelso tells the Janitor that nobody cares what he thinks, he starts a newspaper called "The Janitorial" to prove him wrong. J.D. and Turk fight over their manhood issues, while Dr. Kelso is too proud to ask for help about one of his problems. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama


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The slogan for "The Janitorial" is "All the news we see fit to print". See more »


Elliot: [after walking into the Mens bathrooms because the Ladies is being cleaned; she is reading off of the bathroom stall walls] "Rate Dr. Reid's butt"?... Yes! 9.2! Thank God this Hospital's full of white guys.
Dr. Kelso: Don't be pleased with that 9.2. That's out of 100.
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References West Side Story (1961) See more »


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Going, going....
20 April 2008 | by xredgarnetxSee all my reviews

I guess it was inevitable SCRUBS would go out with a whimper, especially when it wasn't clear if NBC would pick the show up for its seventh and final season. It did, but with fewer episodes than in previous years. Then came the writers' strike to further mess things up. What it all boils down to is, the last couple of episodes have not been overly funny nor overly sad. If I have the right episode here, Zach questions his manhood in the face of a beatdown by Turk. When he fights back, it becomes out and out war. In a subplot, Cox finds himself the subject of a slanderous article by Janitor in The Janitorial, suggesting he is a softie at heart and needs hugs and reassurance. A patient of Elliott's has cancer. And so on and so on. Nothing new here that hasn't been done to death in previous seasons. Zach is too old to keep acting the way he does and Carla and some other regular characters, including Kelso, are sort of shoved to the back. Perhaps six seasons was enough. About the only laugh I got was watching Zach running through some oddly empty hospital hallways to get away from an enraged Turk. And I wasn't laughing all that hard.

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17 April 2008 (USA) See more »

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