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#1 of 205 Scott Thomas

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Posted October 02 2003 - 05:01 PM

It's great to see "Scrubs" again, but.............Was it my imagination, or did I see an episode without "The Todd". I hope they havent wrote him out of the show, I love the sexual innendou of the Todd.

Great Episode, surprise to see Cox's wife (Cristina Miller) in the premier again, Sarha Chalke is HOT!!!! why the hell would they write her characte as a low self-esteem loser?

Where's the Todd?

#2 of 205 Michael Martin

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Posted October 03 2003 - 12:24 AM

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why the hell would they write her characte as a low self-esteem loser?


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#3 of 205 Jesse Blacklow

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Posted October 03 2003 - 12:50 AM

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I love the sexual innuendo of the Todd.
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I thought this episode was a perfect example of the balance that "Scrubs" puts on drama and comedy. I really dug the voices that J.D. did in the beginning, and Dr. Cox was once again the best part of the show. I know I've said this before, but I think Zach Braff has inherited John Ritter's talent for physical comedy. The resemblance was almost uncanny last night. I think he got some pointers from the man himself while filming last season (and maybe even this season).

Sarah Chalke is definitely smokin' (not that she wasn't before), and she...well...had some "bounce to the ounce" in that slo-mo shot walking down the hallway. Be still, my heart.
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#4 of 205 Thomas H G

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Posted October 03 2003 - 12:59 AM

All is right with the world, now that Scrubs is back.

This episode and then Will & Grace had me rolling on the floor last night. Stomach is still sore from laughing.

I don't think The Todd is gone for good...he better not be.
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#5 of 205 Patrick Sun

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Posted October 03 2003 - 01:05 AM

I still can't fathom people who aren't won over by this show if they just give it a chance. I was laughing out loud and hand. It's definitely good to have this show back again.
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#6 of 205 Jordan_E

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Posted October 03 2003 - 01:18 AM

Oh man, Scrubs continues to prove that it is one of the finest shows on network TV! I wondered going into last night's episode if there would be something of a letdown from last season, but they nailed it!
And you believe, at heart, everyone's a killer...

#7 of 205 Patrick Sun

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Posted October 03 2003 - 01:24 AM

The Kelso nasal whistle was the funniest bit of the episode for me, but there were so many bits of zaniness to choose from in this episode.
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#8 of 205 Thomas H G

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Posted October 03 2003 - 01:26 AM

I wonder if MikeS watched it....
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#9 of 205 Richard Travale

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Posted October 03 2003 - 05:21 AM

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but I think Zach Braff has inherited John Ritter's talent for physical comedy

For sure. That bit with J.D falling over the gurney just screamed John Ritter...I loved it.

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#10 of 205 Jason Pancake

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Posted October 09 2003 - 12:59 PM

Episode 3.2 (10/9/03)

Pretty good episode. Journey! Funniest thing had to be when J.D., Carla, and Elliot were at Sea World and Sean was in the pool with the dolphins. When he jumps and goes slow-mo as he waves at Elliot!! Funny as hell!!!

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#11 of 205 Rob P S

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Posted October 09 2003 - 01:46 PM

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I still can't fathom people who aren't won over by this show if they just give it a chance

Count me in - I never saw this show until last week and I'm enjoying it like crazy. John C. McGinley is a brilliant comic actor.

Best line I heard tonight:

"Do you think gay guys get turned on by their own wieners?"


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#12 of 205 Kevin Hewell

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Posted October 09 2003 - 07:50 PM

Best part of the show for me was Scott Foley and the seal.

Plus, the "man date."

I've seen this show from the beginning and it just gets better and better. NBC really should consider this their replacement for Friends.

#13 of 205 Lee L

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Posted October 10 2003 - 12:54 AM

I loved this episode as I do every Scrubs ep. I don't really care for Elliot's new look though, very 80's glam.
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#14 of 205 Patrick Sun

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Posted October 10 2003 - 01:05 AM

There is just so much stuff packed into each episode. The whole Journey montage for "Don't Stop Believin'", JD's imagined wedding to Marsha Marsha Marsha, Betty the seal, the whales at the end, the jar of pee, the janitor's fear of Carla, the Man Date, and on and on...
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#15 of 205 Malcolm R

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Posted October 10 2003 - 01:23 AM

I still can't fathom people who aren't won over by this show if they just give it a chance.

Well, I've watched several episodes over the past couple seasons and haven't been won over yet.

The Kelso nasal whistle was the funniest bit of the episode for me

Wasn't that a running joke on "Ally McBeal"?
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#16 of 205 Patrick Sun

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Posted October 10 2003 - 01:43 AM

But Kelso's nasal whistle used as an early warning device was not the way it was used on Ally McBeal by the Biscuit, who used it to get opposing counsel off their game in court.
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#17 of 205 Jordan_E

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Posted October 10 2003 - 02:00 AM

What I love about Scrubs is the way they stuff it with numerous seemingly throw-away 10-second jokes along the way, like the "Marsha Weddng" and "My favorite chips induce anal leakage." My wife didn't even catch that chips one, but asked why I was laughing so hard. Almost like Police Squad! (in color), with so many jokes you could miss a few along the way.
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Posted October 23 2003 - 02:29 PM

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That guy was awesome!

Another great episode!

#19 of 205 Jordan_E

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Posted October 23 2003 - 04:14 PM

Yes, another great episode. Turn away from this show and you'll miss stuff! My wife walked into the room, saw the guy screaming and holding his ear, and asked what the heck that was about, but I was too busy smiling to answer. Love this show!
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#20 of 205 Patrick Sun

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Posted October 31 2003 - 12:47 AM

"My Lucky Night" 10/30/03

Overall, another fast-paced and amusing episode that also delves into some relationship drama, and career advancement, performance enhancement companionship, and riddle-culing the janitor and company to expected but all-the-while funny consequences.

I was rolling with the baguette reply, and the sterile high five.
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