Scrubs Season 5 Episodes:
Episode 1: My Intern's Eye; 1/3/06
Sacred Heart is seen through the eyes of a new intern, who's trying to muster the courage to speak up. Meanwhile, J.D. survives his first day as an attending physician and moves back in with Turk, but without Carla knowing it; and Elliot has difficulty adjusting to life at County Hospital.
Episode 2: My Rite of Passage; 1/3/06
The truth hurts when J.D. comes to the realization that his interns aren't laughing at his jokes because they are funny, but rather because he is their boss. Meanwhile, Elliot gets a rather unflattering nickname from her new colleagues---thanks to Carla; and Dr. Cox lets Jordan fall for a con artist's sob story.
Episode 3: My Day at the Races; 1/10/06
As J.D.'s 30th birthday approaches, he sets out to accomplish one item on his "Things to Do By Thirty" list: complete a triathlon. Meanwhile, Elliot urges Jake (Josh Randall) to open up about his wants and needs, but immediately regrets it when he does. Turk lets Carla believe she's responsible for his decision to perform hypnosis surgery, but he's really doing it to impress Dr. Kelso.
Episode 4: My Jiggly Ball; 1/10/06
J.D. is given the undesirable job of having to think up some nice words to say about Dr. Kelso at an awards function. The task is made even more difficult by Kelso's seemingly unfair treatment of a deserving patient. Meanwhile, after it becomes public knowledge that Elliot has been working at a free clinic, the gang tries to get her old job back.
Episode 5: My New God; 1/17/06
Dr. Cox's born-again sister (Cheryl Hines) tests her brother's faith when she visits for her nephew's baptism. Meanwhile, Turk and Carla try to conceive a child---but Carla's overly technical approach turns off Turk. J.D. tries to connect with the Janitor by helping him move.
Episode 6: My Missed Perception; 1/17/06
A seriously ill senior (Michael Learned) decides to drop J.D. as her doctor and switch to Dr. Cox after J.D. wrongly concludes that she's at peace with dying. Elsewhere, Turk and Elliot are at a loss to find any medical reason for a man's chronic pain; and Carla will stop at nothing to get a staff picture, but she receives a less than enthusiastic response from her Sacred Heart colleagues, especially the Janitor.
Episode 7: My Way Home; 1/24/06
There are allusions to "The Wizard of Oz" galore when J.D. realizes there's no place like home after he's pulled into work on his day off. Meanwhile, Carla thinks she lacks the courage to have a child; and Elliot doesn't believe she's smart enough to hold an intensive Q&A lecture on endocrinology.
Episode 8: My Big Bird; 1/24/06
During a morbidity-and-mortality conference to determine who should be held responsible for a patient's death, J.D. and Turk recall leaving Sacred Heart to track down a cured patient (Jason Bateman) who owed J.D. a thank-you. Also, Elliot reveals how she got mixed up with a married man and his vengeful wife; and Carla explains how she organized a lottery pool.
Episode 9: My Half-Acre; 2/7/06
Mandy Moore plays someone who has the potential to be J.D.'s perfect love match; Elliot offers J.D. relationship advice and tries to help break his bad habit of ruining romantic moments by uttering really inappropriate things. Elsewhere, Turk lip-synchs in an "air band" made up of Sacred Heart regulars; and Carla encourages Dr. Cox to treat a Jehovah's Witness patient.
Episode 10: Her Story II; 2/7/06
J.D.'s friends and colleagues meet Julie (Mandy Moore) and absolutely adore her. Therefore, they worry that "commit-a-phobe" J.D. is going to ruin the relationship, especially after he begins saying his thoughts out loud. Meanwhile, Carla is fuming inside over not being pregnant after two months of trying with Turk.
Episode 11: My Buddy's Booty; 2/28/06
The Sacred Heart staffers each try different ways to take their minds off the fact that a favorite patient (Michael Learned) has to undergo an extremely risky procedure. While J.D. and Elliot try to get lucky in love, Dr. Cox finds a new drinking buddy in the Janitor, and Carla encourages Turk to fight for a female-friendly hospital gym.
Episode 12: My Cabbage; 2/28/06
J.D.'s dislike for and resentment toward intern Keith (Travis Schuldt) increase to the point where J.D. tries to get him dismissed from Sacred Heart, but the plan backfires. Elsewhere, Elliot and Turk misplace their patient's deathbed statement to his children; and the Janitor attempts to keep a pet bird in the hospital without Dr. Kelso knowing it.
Episode 13: My Five Stages; 3/7/06
Grief counseling is offered to Mrs. Wilk (Michael Learned), whose condition has worsened considerably. As she comes to accept her fate with help from a quirky therapist (Dave Foley), J.D. and Dr. Cox---surprisingly---turn to each other for support as they face losing their favorite patient. Elsewhere, Ted and the Janitor team up to give bitter Kelso a taste of his own medicine. Elliot's relationship with Keith changes.
Episode 14: My Own Personal Hell; 3/14/06
Dr. Cox is stuck caring for one of Dr. Kelso's old---and rather miserable and demanding---friends; Elliot gets upset with J.D. when he doesn't defend her after she's accused by the other interns of giving preferential treatment to Keith (Travis Schuldt); and Carla resorts to sneaky means to find out if Turk is sterile.
Episode 15: My Extra Mile; 3/21/06
J.D. lectures his colleagues, especially Dr. Cox, telling them to "go the extra mile" for their patients, but then he's forced to reconsider his stance when he's asked to shave his head in solidarity with a woman who is going to lose her hair to chemo. Elsewhere, Carla and Turk are having a hard time following their fertility specialist's advice to eliminate stress from their lives.
Episode 16: My Bright Idea; 3/28/06
Turk has some wonderful news for Carla---she's finally pregnant. However, Turk decides to hold off on telling Carla after J.D. persuades him to take advantage of this opportunity to pull off the "world's greatest surprise." But their plan, which involves the entire hospital, runs into a bit of trouble.
Episode 17: My Chopped Liver; 4/4/06
Turk is secretly unhappy that J.D. has changed his work schedule so the two of them can spend more time hanging out together; Carla takes heat from her coworkers after she does a favor for Dr. Kelso; and Dr. Cox regrets revealing his nicer side to Keith.
Episode 18: My Roommates; 4/11/06
J.D.'s brother Dan (Tom Cavanagh) pays a surprise visit, during which he's disappointed to learn that Elliot isn't into him like J.D. had suggested. Elsewhere, Turk slips up when he confides to J.D. the top-secret baby names Carla has chosen. Dr. Kelso sticks Dr. Cox with the highly undesirable job of assisting.
Episode 19: His Story III; 4/18/06
The hospital is seen from the perspective of the Janitor, who's out to prove he can make a difference after getting rid of J.D. for the day. Also, Turk has his "blackness" called into question by Dr. Cox. Carla tries to keep Elliot from finding out which intern messed up a patient's medicine dosage.
Episode 20: My Lunch; 4/25/06
The Sacred Heart staff, under the leadership of Dr. Cox, works to keep three patients who need transplants alive. J.D. runs into Jill Tracy (Nicole Sullivan), someone he finds unbelievably annoying. Elliot and Carla start to wonder about Todd's sexuality after discovering that he has been lying about his many female conquests.
Episode 21: My Fallen Idol; 5/2/06
Dr. Cox, full of guilt over the deaths of several patients he treated, shows up to work drunk and is forced to take a leave of absence, and everyone but J.D. is quick to rally around Cox in his time of need. Meanwhile, Turk has issues with a surgeon's odd touchy-feely approach to medicine.
Episode 22: My Deja Vu My Deja Vu; 5/9/06
Elliot works to rebuild Dr. Cox's confidence when he returns to Sacred Heart; Turk pays for being insensitive to Carla during her pregnancy; and J.D. has feelings of déjà vu.
Episode 23: My Urologist; 5/16/06
Part 1 of two. J.D. finds himself smitten with Dr. Kim Briggs (Elizabeth Banks), a pretty and personable urologist who has worked at Sacred Heart---undetected by J.D.---for five years. Meanwhile, Elliot considers dumping Keith (Travis Schuldt) and gets an earful about it from an overly emotional Carla.
Episode 24: My Transition; 5/16/06
Conclusion. A surprise pregnancy is revealed. In other happenings, J.D. looks forward to his first date with his urologist crush (Elizabeth Banks); Dr. Cox and Jordan are brought together by a milestone in their son's life; and Turk and Carla consider possibilities for their baby's name.
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