Scrubs Season 6 Episodes:
Episode 1: My Mirror Image; 11/30/06
J.D. deals with the news that he's going to be a father; Dr. Cox worries about how his anger is going to affect his offspring; and the Janitor wonders whether his personal vendetta against J.D. is a waste of time. Blue Man Group appears.
Episode 2: My Best Friend's Baby's Baby and My Baby's Baby; 12/7/06
As J.D. and Kim (Elizabeth Banks) struggle to decide what to do about her pregnancy, Carla goes into labor; Turk feels overshadowed by Elliot; and Jordan (Christa Miller) takes issue with how Dr. Cox treats Jack: like a "drinking buddy" and not a 3-year-old boy.
Episode 3: My Coffee; 12/14/06
J.D. tries to determine just how compatible he and Kim (Elizabeth Banks) are; Turk comes up with a way to make extra cash so that Carla can stay home with their baby; and Elliot contemplates the perks of working in private practice.
Episode 4: My House; 1/4/07
Dr. Cox feels a bit like the title character of the TV show "House" when he's confronted with solving three mysteries: two are medical-related, and the third involves Elliot, who is angry at Kelso, but taking it out on Turk. Meanwhile, Carla seems to be experiencing the baby blues, and J.D. tries to make himself the perfect boyfriend for Kim (Elizabeth Banks).
Episode 5: My Friend With Money; 1/11/07
Elliot splurges on items for the apartment that she shares with J.D.; Dr. Cox and the Janitor become roommates, taking up joint residence in one of Sacred Heart's luxury suites; Turk encourages a depressed Carla to get help from a professional.
Episode 6: My Musical; 1/18/07
In this clever musical episode featuring songs by "Avenue Q" composers Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx, a patient (Stephanie DAbruzzo) faints and awakens with a strange condition: Everyone, including herself and the Sacred Heart staff, appears to be singing. Meanwhile, Carla is torn between being a stay-at-home mom and returning to work; and Elliot struggles to find a way to tell J.D. that he isn't moving into her new home.
Episode 7: His Story IV; 2/1/07
A look at the world according to Kelso, who befriends an Iraq War veteran (Michael Weston) being treated at Sacred Heart. The soldier sparks political bickering among the staffers as they divide along party lines and end up neglecting the patient as they continue to argue. Meanwhile, J.D. looks for an apartment.
Episode 8: My Road to Nowhere; 2/8/07
J.D. heads to Tacoma for Kim's first ultrasound and takes most of the Sacred Heart staff with him in Kelso's new RV. Elsewhere, Dr. Cox is worried about Jordan's ultrasound, which indicates their baby will need surgery.
Episode 9: My Perspective; 2/15/07
J.D. develops a stress condition that causes him to black out, leaving his friends to fight about who will take care of him. Meanwhile, Turk is having a problem with a foreign intern and Kelso has a problem with the truth: He doesn't want the doctors telling the patients upsetting information. But Turk doesn't want to compromise his values and refuses to sugarcoat his words.
Episode 10: My Therapeutic Month; 2/22/07
Turk ends up back in residency after breaking his arm; J.D. finds himself in love again, this time with a new physical therapist. Meanwhile, Elliot invites Keith to move in with her, as long as he follows her rules.
Episode 11: My Night to Remember; 3/1/07
The staffers' efforts to help a patient with memory loss cause them to reflect on memorable past moments at Sacred Heart.
Episode 12: My Fishbowl; 3/8/07
The Sacred Heart staff rallies around Pvt. Dancer (Michael Weston) after he is depressed over news that he cannot return to duty. Meanwhile, Dr. Cox lets Carla know her jokes are nothing to laugh at.
Episode 13: My Scrubs; 3/15/07
J.D. and Turk try to help Kelso's uninsured friend; Dr. Cox believes a recovered drug addict is still using; Kelso requires the entire staff to wear brown scrubs to thwart a clothing thief.
Episode 14: My No Good Reason; 3/22/07
An argument about everything happening for a reason is dropped after tragedy strikes someone close; Turk shows off footage of his baby's attractive new nanny; Elliot and the Janitor try to cheer a dying patient.
Episode 15: My Long Goodbye; 4/5/07
The staffers deal with the possibility of losing one of their own who is gravely ill in differing ways: Turk and J.D. pull childish pranks while Elliot and Keith spend time together in the bedroom. Meanwhile, Cox and Jordan welcome their new baby, and J.D wants to be named the infant's godfather.
Episode 16: My Words of Wisdom; 4/12/07
The staff pay tribute to one of their own by incorporating the departed's lessons into their lives: Dr. Cox reflects on his purpose. Elliot gets closer to Keith. J.D. and Turk learn compassion.
Episode 17: Their Story; 4/19/07
Supporting players Ted, Todd and Jordan offer their take on the events in Sacred Heart Hospital through their lofty personal dreams as they deal with mundane reality.
Episode 18: My Turf War; 4/26/07
J.D. feels left out when Elliot's friend (Keri Russell) pays a visit, so he attempts to sabotage their fun; Turk and Dr. Cox disagree over a patient-requested surgery; and Carla discovers something unusual in pediatrics.
Episode 19: The Cold Shower; 5/3/07
Elliot plans her own "surprise" engagement after the ring Keith gave her doesn't fit. Meanwhile, J.D. is repeatedly rejected by Melody (Keri Russell) as the rest of the male staffers realize they aren't having any luck in love either.
Episode 20: My Conventional Wisdom; 5/10/07
J.D. struggles with his feelings for Elliot as she plans her wedding to Keith. In an effort to help his friend, Turk takes J.D. to a conference, where he runs into his old flame, Kim, and gets some unexpected news.
Episode 21: My Rabbit; My Point of No Return; 5/17/07
As the sixth season ends, J.D. invites Kim to move in with him and Carla helps Elliot organize her wedding, but the former couple begin to wonder if they're making plans with the wrong people. Meanwhile, Turk's new-father status teaches him a few things.
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