Hey guys, I´m writing a paper on Health care issues in scrubs and am searching for some episodes dealing with this theme. Since there are so many episodes, it would be great if somebody can remember of some, in which patients without insurances appear. Thanks :)
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When J.D. meets Kylie for the first time in the night club (Season 4, Ep.15 "My Hypocritical Oath"), what is the song playing in the background?
Sadly, I can't use shazam, 'cause the actors voices cover the background music.
Help is much appreciated!
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Over the series there's quite a few, sterile five, I'll miss you five, self five, etc. Should there be a list in the same vein as the Janitor's pranks, lies, etc?
I'm looking for a specific scene, but I'm not sure what season or episode it's from: It's when JD is having trouble diagnosing a patient, but he can't figure it out so he consults an encyclopedia and comes up with some old disease, but Dr. Cox yells at him for basically trying too hard, with his overall message being that sometimes a cough is just a cough.