Scrubs (2001–2010)
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My Finale: Part 1 

It's JD's last day at Sacred Heart, but the day is not the special one that he had envisioned and hoped for.



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Episode complete credited cast:
... Dr. John 'J.D.' Dorian
... Dr. Elliot Reid
... Dr. Christopher Turk
... Janitor
... Dr. Bob Kelso
... Dr. Perry Cox
... Nurse Carla Espinosa
... Dan
... Denise
... Ted
... Todd
... Jordan
... Sunny
Judy Jean Berns ... Mrs. Stonewater
... Patient


It's JD's last day at Sacred Heart, but the day is not the special one that he had envisioned and hoped for.

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Comedy | Drama


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6 May 2009 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


After Elliot states that she has slept at JDs new house every night since he moved, JD states "So we live together." Followed by "I feel like I should've been told." These are the exact lines Michael J Fox's character Michael says in the pilot of Spin City when his girlfriend tells him that she never renewed her lease since she had spent every night at Michael's apartment. Spin City was another creation of Bill Lawrence. Also the main cast of Spin City, minus Connie Britton, often guest starred on Scrubs. See more »


When J.D. presents Dr. Cox a book with all of his rants over the years, Cox asks where he can find a particular one. J.D. points him to the glossary, which tells Cox which page to go to. That would be in the index, not the glossary. See more »


References Unbreakable (2000) See more »


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You have to be kidding
24 May 2009 | by See all my reviews

JD is leaving Sacred Heart, and this first of two parts to wrap up the series chronicles all the goodbyes and the memories. It is so bad as to be virtually unwatchable, and whatever sparked SCRUBS to greatness is clearly now in the distant past. It is simply maudlin, poorly plotted and paced, and I doubt anyone's heart was in it. Best to stick with the first four or possibly even five seasons. By the sixth season, the show was a goner, much like ER and several other shows that outlasted their welcome. Clearly, the writers were out of ideas. And if you think part one is bad -- well, don't even think about watching part two. It gets worse, if such a thing is possible.

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