Oh J.D. said it best this week on Scrubs during his last day of teaching:
Turk: It's your last day of teaching, what do you want to do?
J.D.: I don't know, old friend. I've left so many times, I've come back so many times. Even I'm confused. I think we're going to have to sit this one out. | permalink
Really, how many goodbyes can one guy try to extract from us already. Just leave! All that aside, J.D. and Turk's plot this episode, "Our Mysteries" was actually fairly entertaining. The dream sequence of them as the interracial Hardy Boys and Turk's use of the magnifying glass provided some laugh out loud moments.
However, as we keep saying each week, J.D. needs to stop dragging this out and leave. We know he's down to only one episode left in his six episode order and we're not sure how they're going to send him off.
Meanwhile, the episode also focused on Denise and Drew making their relationship official and struggling. We're not sure if it's just our crush on Eliza Coupe, but we love every scene Denise in. We almost wish this girl could have taken over as narrator, but we'll see how Lucy does once the reins are fully in her hands.
We're still holding out hope for the new Scrubs to take off once J.D. leaves for good and are still reserving our judgment. Either way, we were still entertained and captured our favorite Scrubs quotes from the episode:
J.D.: Part of me will always be with you, here [touches head] and here [touches stomach].
Lucy: My stomach?
J.D.: I would have touched your heart, but I did that to another female student once and it resulted in me watching a four hour video called "boundaries." | permalink
Turk: Okay, let me hack into the medical school files.
J.D.: You can hack?
Turk: No I have a password. It sounded cooler. | permalink
Dr. Cox: There's my big box of failure. Oh Santa, you got my letters you fat bastard. | permalink
Cole: Hey, you got any of those weiner pills?
Kelso: Who do you think you're talking to son? I'll give you one for $10.
Cole: You got change for a $20?
Kelso: Nope. [takes money] We'll drop a couple of these bad boys and go trolling for ladies at the airport bar.
Cole: Will you be my grandpa? | permalink
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