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Scrubs Recap: "My Soul On Fire, Part 2"

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We loved the second part of last night's two part Scrubs island adventure and not just because it finally featured Carla in a bikini.  Call us sappy, but we loved how each couple were able to use the power of love to work out their problems.

Carla on the Beach

Meanwhile, the episode also featured series creator Bill Lawrence in a fun cameo role as the Justice of Peace that married Janitor and Lady.  In typical sitcom fashion, they still found a way to do a ceremony without mentioning the Janitor's real name. 

You can catch up on the rest of the events in our short "My Soul on Fire, Part 2" recap.

Now more important, enjoy some of our favorite Scrubs quotes from the episode that includes J.D. putting his love into words for Elliot:

Jordan: Remember when my dog died, you told me he went to doggie hell? And then you told me my mom was going to go to doggy hell when she dies?
Cox: Because of her doggy face?
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J.D.: Look Elliot, I dunno if its possible for me to put how I feel about you into words but I guess I'll give it a shot. I never really believed I'd find someone I loved as much as you. I love you more than anything in the whole world. Elliot, I love you more than Turk
Elliot: Oh my god
J.D.: It's kind of hard for me to say, but it's true
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Scrubs Quotes

J.D.: My man Turk, is getting it daily and nightly and ever so rightly! Ah! What up, dogg!
J.D.'s narration: Once every 4.2 seconds a man says something stupid that a woman hears and punishes him for... luckily, this wasn't one of those times.
Carla: What did you just say?
J.D.: "What up...dogg?"

And there it was, the moment where pity was turning into genuine affection - classic Dorian.

J.D.
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