Jordan Sullivan is the ex-wife of Dr. Cox on Scrubs and is played by Christa Miller.  Jordan and Dr. Cox got divorced after she cheated on him with his protege, Pete Fisher.  Jordan and Dr. Cox got back together after she got pregnant and they eventually had a child together, Jack.  Jordan also slept with J.D., before he knew she was Dr. Cox's ex-wife.  She is a former member of the board at Sacred Heart.

Jordan Sullivan Quotes

J.D.: Oh, thanks, that's-that's special. Look, I have to ask you a favor, but you have to know this is not why we slept together.
Jordan: Yeah, you had nothing to do with why we slept together.
J.D.: I think we both know that's not completely true.
Jordan: Oh, please. Even though you're terrified the Good Dr. Cox'll find out, if I wanted you to go to his apartment right now and have sex with me in front of him, you would.
J.D.: Please don't do that

Jordan: Admittedly, getting rid of Maddox is a board issue. But, as you all know, I recently retired to become a full-time mom.
J.D.'s narration: Crap! We forgot Jordan's retirement party last week. I hope we weren't the only ones.
Dr. Cox: I really should have gone to your party.
Jordan: You think?

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Scrubs Quotes

Turk: All right, Elliot, at the presentation I was wondering, can I do the ending? Because I really love the ending of our paper.
Elliot: Do you think I'm cut out to be a doctor?
Turk: Okay, fine, you can do the ending. I just want to say, "Thanks, folks! We've been great!"
Elliot: I'm serious. Do you think this is what I really want to do?
Turk: Elliot, I don't know.
Elliot: You can tell me. I can take it.
Turk: No, Elliot, I'm saying I don't know because I really don't know. What the hell is going on here? Why have all women gone crazy?

Carla: Oh, babe, I borrowed your backpack this morning and all my change fell out the bottom.
J.D.: Maybe someone or something had to gnaw a hole in it to keep from suffocating.
Turk: Maybe someone already apologized for that about a hundred times.
J.D.: Well, maybe a hundred wasn't enough? I don't know.
Dr. Cox: (grabs a Man Card from J.D.'s pocket) Absolutely no lovers' quarrels.
J.D.: Dammit!