Sarah Chalke as Elliot Reid

Sarah Chalke as Elliot Reid

Sarah Chalke stars as Dr. Elliot Reed in Scrubs. Elliot is J.D.'s friend and, of course, on and off again lover. Fans just wish the two would get together.
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Zach Braff as J.D.

Zach Braff as J.D.

Zach Braff stars as John "J.D." Dorian in NBC's comedy Scrubs. Braff will reprise his role for a final season on ABC in January.
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Janitor Holds a Goldfish

Janitor Holds a Goldfish

When J.D. hands the Janitor a goldfish to hold he'll do his best to make sure it goes unharmed. He may have a rough exterior but we know he's a good guy.
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Tom Cavanagh as Dan

Tom Cavanagh as Dan

Tom Cavanagh frequently guest stars on Scrubs as J.D.'s brother, Dan. We love the Love Monkey in this role!
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The Scrubs Crew

The Scrubs Crew

A fun promotional shot of the best friends that make up most of our Scrubs crew: J.D., Turk, Carla and Elliot.
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Courteney Cox as Dr. Maddox

Courteney Cox as Dr. Maddox

Courteney Cox guest stars as the new chief of medicine, Dr. Maddox. Here's a photo of the beautiful actress in character. She will appear in the first three episodes.
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Scubs Cast Picture

Scubs Cast Picture

A picture of the Scrubs cast including JD, Eliott, Turk, Cox, Carla, Kelso, and, of course, the Janitor.
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Scrubs Poster

Scrubs Poster

A poster for Scrubs, the best medical comedy that's ever graced televisions. Scrubs started off on NBC but is moved to ABC starting this year.
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Scrubs Quotes

Elliot: It's a preggie teddie! I got it over at that new maternity lingerie store at the mall. Had a very interesting conversation with the sweet old lady who owns the place. She said not that many pregnant women shop there. It's mostly just fat whores.
Everyone: Ohh...
Laverne: I gotta get me one of those.

Turk: How was the liquor store, big guy?
Dr. Cox: What're you talking about?
Turk: Your six-pack. Much love!
Dr. Cox: I don't know what you're talking about, there, butch. I don't know if you're sucking up to me or making a pass at me, but I say you skip it and we continue in our state of mutual disdain.
Turk: Dr. Cox, you got it all wrong, man! I don't disdain you! It's quite the opposite - I "dain" you. Yeah. I think if you get to know me better, you just might "dain" me, too.
Dr. Cox: Here that's interesting. Of course, it's gibberish, but it's-it's interesting nonetheless.