Scrubs

My Unicorn

Season 4, Ep 11, Aired 11/23/04
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  • Episode Description
  • J.D. takes matters into his own hands while searching for a relative for his favorite patient. Meanwhile, Elliot is fed up with her coworkers not taking her seriously and discovers, with some help from Carla and Jordan, that she can get her way by flaunting her femininity.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Tad Quill

  • Gabrielle Allan

  • Matthew Perry

  • John Bennett Perry

    Gregory Marks

  • Christa Miller-Lawrence

    Jordan Sullivan

  • Fan Reviews (6)
  • Matthew Perry guest stars.

    By Canogaparkcindy, Jun 10, 2010

  • good old chandler but not quite!

    By therealmoose, Mar 23, 2008

  • JD gets to involved with his patient.

    By hsimpson44, Jul 15, 2007

  • Matthew Perry

    By SMGslayer97, Feb 03, 2007

  • this was a funny episode, and that is saying alot with how consistently funny this show is.

    By kevinb4444, Dec 27, 2006

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (50)

    • Murray: I don't know if I can go through with this. I wish there was something to help me get through the door. Dr. Cox: Hey, jerk-hole. J.D./Murray: Yeah? Dr. Cox: No, new jerk-hole!

    • Janitor: Hey, buddy. I need you to reconsider Blonde Doctor. And I'm gonna tell you why. See, I'm the future Mr. Blonde Doctor? And I kinda need this to happen so that I can, uh - hey, over here - I need this to happen so that I can just hang out around the house and, you know, bake bread or... gab across the fence with neighbor Marge. Nice lady. Polish, I think. Doesn't matter, I'm not prejudice. Interviewer: What the hell are you talking about? Janitor: Here's the thing: I need you to take this can of orange soda, turn, smile, and give Blonde Doctor a big thumb's up! Or, I'm gonna take the same orange soda, follow you down to the parking lot, and smash your head in with it.

    • Turk: Ladies. I think we've learned our lesson. Jordan: That is not helpful, Turkleton! Turk: I was covered in bees!

    • Carla: Elliot, wait! Elliot, you did your flirty manipulation thing in front of that guy in there, and now, well, he kinda thinks you're this despicable floozy ho excuse for a doctor!

    • Dr. Cox: You do know he's not yours, don'cha. Mr. Marks: I figured it out. Mostly because his mother was eight months pregnant when I met her. But there were other signs. Dr. Cox: 'Course.

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    Notes (2)

    • John C. McGinley and Matthew Perry also appeared together in "3 To Tango".

    • Guest star Matthew Perry is best known for his role in NBC's Friends, which aired alongside Scrubs on Thursdays. His character is also, at one point, seen watching Wings which also used to air on NBC.

    Trivia (6)

    • It's mentioned that J.D. is 29 years old.

    • When the Janitor is giving a can of orange soda to Elliot's interviewer, if you look carefully at the top of the can you can see that it is a Sunkist can with a fake label wrapped around it.

    • When J.D finds Murray in field, he is standing by his scooter which is on the road; but as Murray flies the plane towards J.D, he is suddenly in the middle of the field right near Murray. The scooter is no where to be seen.

    • Alhough his character is consistently referred to as "Gregory", the character played by John Bennet Perry is credited as "Harrison" at the end of the episode.

    • Featured Music: "Learn To Fly" by Foo Fighters "Hey Good Lookin'" by Hank Williams (performed by John Bennett Perry) "Cat's in the Cradle" by Harry Chapin (performed by John Bennett Perry)

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    Allusions (4)

    • Carla: (to Jordan) Or in your case what Dr. Feinberg gave you. One of the writers is named Dave Feinberg.

    • North by Northwest: The scene where Murray attacks J.D. with his model plane is a play on the famous biplane chasing Cary Grant scene from Alfred Hitchcock's "North by Northwest".

    • J.D.: He made me watch Everwood. Everwood is a family drama on The WB.

    • Murray: I'll tell you something about Wings, they really got it right. Wings was a Comedy that aired on NBC for seven years and centred around a small airport terminal on the island of Nantucket.

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