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Scrubs - The Complete Seven Season


Season Details
Scrubs returned for its seventh season on October 25, 2007, as part of NBC's Fall Schedule, broadcast on Thursdays with My Name Is Earl, The Office and 30 Rock. According to Braff's blog, he and Bill Lawrence would direct a bulk of the episodes, and the show would see the return of many previous characters, including appearances by Aloma Wright, formerly nurse Laverne Roberts, as a new character, Nurse Shirley.[8] Also, Lawrence hinted that the Janitor's name would be revealed in the final episode[9]; as of May 8, 2008 (the end of season 7), this has not occurred. Season 7 was confirmed to have a reduced number of 18 episodes, but only 11 episodes were finished before the 20072008 Writers Guild of America strike. During the strike, several sources including Braff's blog announced that the series would end with the remaining 5 episodes already produced, starting on April 10, 2008, with the seventh episode My Bad Too, and that the last 6 planned episodes of the final season would not be produced. However, on April 4, 2008, Kristin Dos Santos wrote in her E! Online gossip column Watch with Kristin that the thirteenth episode was produced and that ABC may be planning to broadcast an eighth season in the 2008 Fall season.[10] At the time of her article, ABC refused to confirm this rumor.



Scrubs Season 7 Episode Guide

Episode Description
#1My Own Worst Enemy
After the events in the On-Call room, J.D. and Elliot continue to question their respective commitments to Kim and Keith. Carla tells Turk that due to his diabetes, he can only have one candy bar every six months. Dr. Cox struggles to diagnose a patient. Meanwhile, Janitor may have a new girlfriend. Guest-stars Elizabeth Banks as Dr. Kim Briggs.
#2My Hard Labor
J.D.'s pregnant girlfriend, Kim, goes into labor as they begin to question their strength as a couple and as potential parents. Meanwhile, the rest of Sacred Heart team also seem to be having parenting issues, with Cox wondering whether to give his daughter an injection, Turk and Carla attempting to complete a video game so that they can focus on Izzy, and Kelso helping his son Harrison through a breakup. Dr. Cox works with a new group of interns. Guest-stars Elizabeth Banks as Dr. Kim Briggs.
#3My Inconvenient Truth
When the Janitor watches An Inconvenient Truth, he decides to become an Environmental Officer at Sacred Heart (with peculiar motivational methods). J.D. must deal with an inconvenient truth of his own when Dan returns to town and tells him he has to grow up.
#4My Identity Crisis
The Janitor learns that J.D. uses nicknames for people in the hospital whose names he doesn't know, and challenges him to learn the real names of everyone in the hospital, or take over as the Janitor for a day. Also, Dr. Cox's family is away, and he realizes that he is lonely without them. Carla fears that she is losing her Latina heritage.
#5My Growing Pains
J.D. tries to stop acting like a child while Turk tries to bring him back. Dr. Cox has an 11-year-old patient, Josh, with leukemia, and has to deal with the child's parents who want to keep the condition a secret from Josh. On Dr. Kelso's birthday, Elliot throws him a party.
#6My Number One Doctor
Dr. Kelso signs the hospital up to RateYourDoc.org, a website where patients can evaluate their doctor's level of care online. Turk and Dr. Cox go to great lengths to get J.D. out of the number one spot on the website. Elliot must make a decision when she learns that one of her patients has intentionally overdosed on medication. Meanwhile, Carla can't figure out what the Janitor's new girlfriend sees in him.
#7My Bad Too
It is the anniversary for Carla and Turk's first date and both work on getting each other the perfect gift. When Turk decides to learn Spanish, he soon realizes that being bilingual can only work to his advantage. Meanwhile, J.D. is torn about whether he should allow one of his patients, a burn victim, to attend his graduation and turns to Elliot for advice. Elsewhere, Dr. Cox decides to steal all of Dr. Kelso's food.
#8My Manhood
J.D. and Turk try to prove their masculinity. Janitor starts a hospital newspaper titled 'The Janitorial' while Turk's embarrassing secret is revealed.
#9My Dumb Luck
Dr. Cox faces a problem diagnosing a patient. Elliot and Carla try to convince the hospital board against forcing Dr. Kelso to retire.
#10My Waste of Time
Elliot and J.D. seek out a former patient, and Dr. Cox is loving his new title. Meanwhile, the Janitor encourages Ted to be more assertive, but soon finds his own authority being challenged. Carla also approaches Turk about the idea of another baby.
#11My Princess
Dr. Cox narrates a day's work at the hospital to his son as a medieval fairy tale. J.D. takes the role of the village idiot, Elliot is a princess, Turk and Carla are a two-headed witch, and Dr. Kelso (still head of the hospital as the episode was supposed to be broadcast before 'My Dumb Luck') as a demon.
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