Scrubs Spoilers: "My Soul On Fire"

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Tonight's episode of Scrubs is the first part of the two part wedding of the Janitor entitled "My Soul on Fire."  In this eagerly anticipated episode teased about before the season began, the Janitor and Lady send out invitations to their fake wedding in the Bahamas in order to score free gifts.

When J.D. leads the group to accept the invitation, despite the fact the wedding only three days away, the Janitor and Lady have no choice but to go on with it!

J.D. and Turk Arrive

Korbi TV was lucky enough to be on the set when they filmed the scenes months and months ago, and has a little insight into tonight's episode.  The crew does not arrive in the Bahamas until twenty minutes into the episode.

Before that, fans of J.D. and Elliot will be happy to know there's a scene of the two of them in bed where they lay down the framework to have little J.D.'s and Elliots.  As far as the rest of the epiosde, there's going to be iconic 70s television characters, Jordan rapping, and the Todd's backstory.

Click to enlarge any of the following pictures from the episode:

J.D. and Turk on the Beach
The Janitor and Lady
Jordan and Elliot on the Beach
Todd in a Banana Hammocks
Carla on the Beach
J.D. and Elliot Arrive

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Scrubs Quotes

Dr. Cox: Did you actually just page me to find out how much tylenol to give to Mrs. Lensner?
J.D.: I was worried it could exasterbate the patient's...
Dr. Cox: Its regular strength tylenol. Here's what you do: Get her to open her mouth, take a handfull and throw it at her. Whatever sticks - that's the correct dosage

Dr. Cox: Newbie, do you happen to know what a zebra is?
J.D.: That patient just mocked me!
Dr. Cox: It's a diagnosis of a ridiculously obscure disease when it's much more likely that the patient has a common illness presenting with uncommon symptoms, in other words, if you hear hoof beats, you just go ahead and think horsies and not zebras, mkay mister silly bear?