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Scrubs (Season 7)

season of television series

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Scrubs is an American medical comedy drama television series created by Bill Lawrence that aired from October 2, 2001 to March 17, 2010 on NBC and later ABC. The series follows the lives of employees at the fictional Sacred Heart teaching hospital. The title is a play on surgical scrubs and a term for a low-ranking person because at the beginning of the series, most of the main characters were medical interns.

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Season 7Edit

My Own Worst Enemy [7.01]Edit

J.D.: I can't believe I almost messed things up with Kim. What is wrong with me?
Dr. Cox: [walking by] You are an annoying, whiny man-child.
J.D.: That question wasn't directed at you!
Dr. Cox: What question?

[Turk, Cox, and Kelso are in the doctor's lounge, unsuccessfully researching Joe's disease. Kelso's head is lying in Cox's lap.]
Dr. Cox: [noticing Kelso's head] Fair enough.
[Dr. Beardfacé walks in]
Turk: [calling] What it do, Beardface?
Dr. Beardfacé: It's Beardfacé! BEARDFACÉ, DAMMIT!
Dr. Kelso: Calm down, Seymour.
Dr. Cox: If you wanna lose the nickname, you gotta lose the beard. Of course... then you'd be Doctor Face...
Dr. Kelso: HA! Dr. Face.
Dr. Beardfacé: DAMN you all!

My Hard Labor [7.02]Edit

J.D.: My kid's not even born yet and I'm already screwing up his life. I just want him to be really happy and normal, you know.
Dr. Cox: First of all, Newbie, we're talking about your kid, so the whole normal part was never gonna happen.

[Dr. Kelso is consoling his son over the phone]
Dr. Kelso: Of course you had to break up with him. No one you love should ever sell your car without asking and then blow the money on meth.

My Inconvenient Truth [7.03]Edit

J.D.: [looking in awe at a baby] I'm a dad!
Turk: That's not your kid.
J.D.: I know, but he reminds me of Sam.
Turk: That's a girl.
J.D.: Stop ruining it! Why do you have to ruin things? I was having a moment, here!

Ted: I'm going to say something to you that's been said to me by every person I've ever loved: I'm really disappointed in you. You are pathetic and weak and I don't love you any more, GET OUT!

My Identity Crisis [7.04]Edit

Jordan: What have you been doing all day?
Dr. Cox: Right up to this very moment I've been successfully avoiding you.
Jordan: I came to tell you that I'm taking the kids to my mother's for the weekend. And, seeing that you're not allowed within forty feet from her house...
Dr. Cox: Ah, the restraining order.
Jordan: [smiling] Ahhh, Christmas memories...

J.D.: [In janitor's uniform] It's like the ammonia is seeping into my brain and making me violent and angry and hateful!
Janitor: Yep, that's how it starts.
J.D.: [Angrily, to Boone] What the hell are you looking at?
Janitor: Nice!

My Growing Pains [7.05]Edit

Ted: Chicks, huh. They're all soft and cuddly but you never get to be with one.

Dr. Cox: Who cares about losing your childhood? I damn sure didn't.
J.D.: Yeah, but that's because your parents were violently abusive alcoholics. Not that there is anything wrong with that; it was probably very exciting.

My Number One Doctor [7.06]Edit

Janitor: [to his girlfriend Lady] I think it's time you learned the real me. Here we go. I'm not... like normal people. I don't have superpowers, but I'm working on it. For instance, watch me move this pen. [stares at pen; it doesn't move] It worked at home. I don't know. Maybe my table's slanted. Uh, anyway. Um, in my spare time, I also enjoy stuffing animals. Usually with other animals. For instance, a badger will hold five squirrels. A squirrel will hold most of a cat. A mouse will hold a shrew and a vole. You get it... the circle of life. I have broken the sound barrier, but you must never ask me how. I don't believe in the moon. I think it's just the back of the sun.
Kelso: Ha! I love a good trainwreck! [Carla goes to interfere]
Janitor: Furthermore, I think if you look closely enough at a...
Carla: Stop it you! She doesn't know you're joking.
Janitor: No, I'm...
Lady: Oh, he's... he's joking? [Carla nods] Oh thank God.

[Turk and Dr. Cox talking about rateyourdoc.org]
Turk: There's no way I'm losing to J.D. There must be some way we can take him down.
Dr. Cox: I thought he was your best friend.
Turk: Winning is more important than friendship. My gram-gram taught me that.

My Bad Too [7.07]Edit

Dr Cox: So, Gandhi, what did your wife think of her terrible present?
Turk: I haven't told her yet. I mean, I was going to, but her not knowing I understand Spanish is like having a secret power. It got me flapjacks for dinner.
Dr Kelso: You got brinner? DAAAAAMN, Turkledawg!

[Turk and Carla are talking in Spanish about J.D. and Elliot]
Turk: Like them. I bet you that in two weeks they will be back together.
Carla: Do you think so? Some people are not going to like that.

My Manhood [7.08]Edit

[The ladies' room is being cleaned; Elliot decides to use the men's room]
Elliot: [reading off the bathroom stall's wall] "Rate Dr. Reid's butt?"... Yes! 9.2! Thank God this hospital's full of white guys.
...
Kelso: Don't be too pleased with that 9.2. That's out of 100.

Dr. Cox: Wait a minute, you're telling me that that poster-sized reminder of your giant ass-kicking doesn't bother you? You're the only one your son has to model himself after when he's deciding how to be a man, and occasionally seeing a Paul Mitchell poster every time you pass by the beauty salon just isn't going to cut it.
J.D.: Well, it's unfortunate that all children can't have the great role model you are, Mr. Borderline Alcoholic.
J.D.: [narration] Nailed him! It's great having silver bullets like that on everyone in the hospital.
Nurse: You sure told him.
J.D.: Thanks, herpes.

My Dumb Luck [7.09]Edit

Ted: [seeing Turk and J.D. hug] I need one of those.
J.D.: A hug?
Ted: No, a black friend. I think it would make me much cooler.
Turk: I should be offended, but he's right.

Carla: Janitor, are you familiar with the term "delusions of grandeur"?
Janitor: I believe I coined that term.

My Waste of Time [7.10]Edit

J.D.: I'm doing this thing where I take a slice of someone else's wisdom and use it in my own life.
Jordan: Seems coincidental.
J.D.: And yet I do it almost every week.

J.D.: [watching the Janitor and Ted argue] Those two should have their own sitcom. [fantasizes about the sitcom's opening sequence]
Ted: I'm a lawyer!
Janitor: I'm a janitor!
Both: Together we adopted a cute little kid. We're Legal Custodians! [jingle] Get it?
J.D.: [to Sam] I'd watch that show; would you?

My Princess [7.11]Edit

Dr. Cox: [as the Knight] My name is Percival Cox. You're killing my friend. Prepare to die.

Dr. Cox: [narrating] And the princess and the idiot decided that their kiss didn't mean anything. [JD as The Village Idiot and Elliot as The Princess shake hands] Because in the end... they were both idiots.