Scrubs Season 3 Episodes:
Episode 1: My American Girl; 10/2/03
A difficult case rallies the residents behind J.D.; mishaps plague Elliot, who has a calamitous run-in with an old beau (Scott Foley). The feud between Kelso and Cox continues to fester.
Episode 2: My Journey; 10/9/03
Hospital duty conflicts with Elliot's new romance with an old beau (Scott Foley), who's really more attached to the sea creatures he trains. The bond between J.D. and Turk faces a stern test as the latter finally sets a wedding day.
Episode 3: My White Whale; 10/23/03
Christopher Meloni ("Law & Order: Special Victims Unit") plays a pediatrician who defies Cox. Elsewhere, new interns test the patience of the residents, especially J.D. and Elliot, who has separate issues with her buttinsky boyfriend.
Episode 4: My Lucky Night; 10/30/03
The residency directorship appeals to Cox, but Kelso's a hurdle; tensions surface between Elliot and Sean, who learns of her fling with J.D.; a surgical procedure partners Carla with Turk, who's not anxious to work side by side with his fiancee.
Episode 5: My Brother, Where Art Thou?; 11/6/03
Tom Cavanagh ("Ed") returns as J.D.'s brother, a scamp who awakens troubling memories. Elliot and Carla moonlight at a pet clinic, where they incur the wrath of Kelso, seeking care for his adored pooch.
Episode 6: My Advice to You; 11/13/03
Carla's brother (Freddy Rodriguez of "Six Feet Under") rankles Turk; a scattered yet beguiling hospital visitor (Tara Reid) intrigues J.D., whose loyalty to Cox is tested in an issue involving the critically ill that embattles Cox with Kelso.
Episode 7: My Fifteen Seconds; 11/20/03
The diagnosis of a jovial patient (Nicole Sullivan) stymies J.D., whose lover (Tara Reid) learns of his affair with Cox's ex. An elderly woman's care creates tension between Elliot and Carla; Kelso's temporary hearing loss amuses staffers.
Episode 8: My Friend the Doctor; 12/4/03
OR success buoys Turk's ego; the attention of a sympathetic patient (Bernie Kopell) cheers Elliot, who doubts her ability as a doctor. A back injury gives Cox a lesson in mortality.
Episode 9: My Dirty Secret; 12/11/03
Barry Bostwick plays a straitlaced patient facing prostate-cancer surgery in an episode addressing sexual issues and innuendos that also impact on Elliot and Turk. Markie Post has a cameo as Elliot's prudish mom.
Episode 10: My Rule of Thumb; 1/22/04
Sex obsesses a cancer patient seeking a one-night stand---with Carla and Elliot's help; a liver-transplant controversy embroils Cox and Turk.
Episode 11: My Clean Break; 2/3/04
Breaking up is hard to do for J.D., who's wary of a commitment to Danni (Tara Reid) and is not yet over Elliot; feeling happy irks sardonic Cox, who blames his goodwill on fatherhood but is determined "to get the fear back" into residents.
Episode 12: My Catalyst; 2/10/04
In the first of two episodes, Michael J. Fox plays a brilliant, quirky MD named Casey, a fascination to J.D. and a thorn in the side of Cox, whose jealousy dates from their residencies and who now seeks to prove he's top dog.
Episode 13: My Porcelain God; 2/17/04
Self-confidence eludes Elliot, who seeks help from the self-absorbed Dr. Casey (Michael J. Fox); wedding plans busy Turk and Carla. Cost-cutting obsesses Kelso, whose shutdown of a hospital wing has seriocomic ramifications.
Episode 14: My Screwup; 2/24/04
Brendan Fraser returns as Cox's outgoing ex-brother-in-law, who figures prominently in an episode about acceptance and guilt that involves the embattled J.D.-Cox relationship.
Episode 15: His Tormented Mentor; 3/2/04
A chum's death gnaws at Cox, who's further pained by the visit of Jordan's obnoxious friends, Allison (Julie Warner) and Maddie (Embeth Davidtz). Meanwhile, sexist remarks backfire on Turk, who offends a new surgeon (Bellamy Young).
Episode 16: My Butterfly; 3/16/04
Decision-making matures J.D., who has a shattering experience with one patient and an uplifting one with another. Meanwhile, searches for lost, lucky objects busy Turk and Elliot, whose persistence aggravates Carla and the Janitor.
Episode 17: My Moment of Un-Truth; 3/30/04
Dr. Ron Ramirez (Nestor Carbonell) returns from abroad, sparking Carla's interest and forcing her to reevaluate her feelings for Turk. Meanwhile, Elliot and Cox clash over a patient; and the Janitor (Neil Flynn) introduces J.D. and Turk to his "twin" brother.
Episode 18: His Story II; 4/6/04
J.D. offers to cover Kids Day in hopes of wowing Elliott, who may not notice his good deed after Sean (Scott Foley) re-enters the picture. Turk's wedding invitations leave him with a case of cold feet. Cox and Kelso get into it over a new doc (Bellamy Young).
Episode 19: My Choosiest Choice of All; 4/20/04
Jealousy plagues J.D., who's distraught that Elliot has drifted back to Sean and who now bounds back to Danni (Tara Reid). Elsewhere, Cox finds himself attracted to Dr. Miller, despite the sarcastic remonstrances of his ex.
Episode 20: My Fault; 4/22/04
Richard Kind ("Spin City") plays a crusty patient who becomes the pawn in a tussle between Kelso and Cox over an elective procedure. Also, premarital stress agitates Turk and Carla. Renewed longings for Elliot prey upon J.D.
Episode 21: My Self-Examination; 4/27/04
A nuptial crisis faces Turk, hung up on writing wedding vows for Carla; verbal sparring with Perry tires Jordan, who refuses to fight back; another commitment dilemma ruffles J.D., who's fretting over his reinvolvement with Elliot.
Episode 22: My Best Friend's Wedding; 5/4/04
In the third-season finale, the Turk-Carla wedding day provides apt pandemonium, including nuptials that go awry and tempestuous behavior at the reception.
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