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A patient hears singing from everyone, turning Sacred Heart into a musical extravaganza. Meanwhile, Elliot determines whether or not J.D. should move in with her, and Carla determines whether or not to go back to work.

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Will Mackenzie

Writers:

Bill Lawrence (created by), Debra Fordham | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Zach Braff ... Dr. John 'J.D.' Dorian
Sarah Chalke ... Dr. Elliot Reid
Donald Faison ... Dr. Christopher Turk
Neil Flynn ... Janitor
Ken Jenkins ... Dr. Bob Kelso
John C. McGinley ... Dr. Perry Cox
Judy Reyes ... Nurse Carla Espinosa
Stephanie D'Abruzzo ... Patti
Johnny Kastl ... Doug
Sam Lloyd ... Ted
Robert Maschio ... Todd
Philip McNiven Philip McNiven ... Roy
George Miserlis ... Crispin
Paul F. Perry Paul F. Perry ... Randall
Aloma Wright ... Nurse Roberts
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A patient hears singing from everyone, turning Sacred Heart into a musical extravaganza. Meanwhile, Elliot determines whether or not J.D. should move in with her, and Carla determines whether or not to go back to work.

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Comedy | Drama

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Trivia

Three people from the hit Broadway show "Avenue Q" were involved in making this episode. Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx, the creators and songwriters of Avenue Q wrote the majority of the songs in this episode and Stephanie D'Abruzzo (Patti Miller) originated the roles of Kate Monster, Lucy T. Slut, one of the singing Moving Boxes and the voice of the Suicidal Woman in the Broadway production. See more »

Goofs

In this episode, Elliot tells J.D. that she's 29. After college, 4 years of medical school, and 5 1/2 years at Sacred Heart, she should be at least 30, even assuming that she entered college at age 17. This could also be a reference to the Season 4 episode "Her Story" where all of the women in the hospital stated their ages were 29. See more »

Quotes

Patient #1: My stomach hurts.
Dr. John 'J.D.' Dorian: [singing] Check the poo.
Patient #2: Sprained my ankle.
Dr. Christopher Turk: [singing] Check the poo.
Patient #3: I was shot.
Dr. John 'J.D.' Dorian: [singing] Check the poo.
Delivery Man: A homeless guy spit poo in my eye!
Dr. Christopher Turk: [singing] Check the poo.
Delivery Man: Mine or his?
Dr. John 'J.D.' Dorian: [singing] First him, then you.
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Connections

Featured in Todd's Pop Song Reviews: Lighters (2011) See more »

Soundtracks

All Right
Lyrics by Debra Fordham
Music by Jan Stevens
Performed by Zach Braff, Sarah Chalke, Stephanie D'Abruzzo & Cast
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How can a show last so long and still kick ass
20 January 2007 | by the_hollow_lifeSee all my reviews

First off, let me say that I've been a member of IMDb for a while, and this is the first time I actually feel the need to share my thoughts with others writing a review. To me Scrubs is the best show ever, I loved every and each season of it, but I always had the fear that it would soon jump the shark. You know, most series run out of ideas after a while, it's normal, but this show seems never ending, and this particular episode is the very proof of it.

On to the episode itself, at first I thought "Oh jeez, here we go, a musical episode. The end is near." mostly for my hate for musicals, and secondly for the fore-mentioned "fear" that this show could become crap soon.

But was I wrong, I laughed throughout the whole 22-ish minutes of it, it was brilliant to say the least. And the music is so well-inserted inside a storyline that it seems almost needed, plus I must say that all, and I stress again ALL of the performances were great. First of all obviously Broadway star Stephanie D'Abruzzo, a real singer with an awesome voice and acting. But then all the cast seems almost to have a musical background. I knew already of Turk's singing ability, he shows it off in some old episodes, but Carla was a real pearl, she has that bluesy-moody sound in her chords plus I really loved the tango with Turk, one of the best moments.

The best tho was the "Guy Love" song. God, did I enjoy that piece. Definitely worth watching, it changed my mood for the whole day, and I can't thank this show enough for this.

10/10

  • Nick


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Language:

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Release Date:

18 January 2007 (USA) See more »

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