Scrubs

Their Story

Season 6, Ep 17, Aired 4/19/07
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  • Episode Description
  • The perspective shifts between Jordan, Ted, and Todd, as they go about their day. Jordan messes with Elliot and Keith's relationship and is disturbed when it doesn't give her any satisfaction. Ted tries to settle a pay dispute between the nurses and Dr. Kelso. Todd has found his calling in plastic surgery, but must convince Turk not to interfere with a sixteen-year-old girl getting breast implants.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Donald Faison

    Dr. Christopher "Chris" Duncan Turk

  • John C. McGinley

    Dr. Percival "Perry" Cox

  • Judy Reyes

    Nurse Carla Espinosa

  • Ken Jenkins

    Dr. Robert "Bob" Kelso

  • Neil Flynn

    The Janitor

  • Fan Reviews (27)
  • Jordan, Ted, and Todd.

    By Canogaparkcindy, Sep 14, 2010

  • Finally, jumping into the mind of a pervert, the moment I've been waiting for.

    By Hakuo0000, May 20, 2007

  • Great!

    By super_friend21, Oct 12, 2007

  • This episode is based on Jordin,Ted, and The Todd's point oof view. They all stuggle with how to tell a person that they care for that they are doing something that is going to bite them in the butt. The fact that they are minor characters i

    By zekeiscool, Jun 22, 2007

  • JD is'nt the main focus in this one

    By srarzbabe3, Apr 28, 2007

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (15)

    • Dr. Kelso: You know what, if the nurses keep going on like this, I'm going to give them their raise, but I'm going to pay for it by firing three of them, the ugly ones. How's that sound? Ted's narration: Whatever you think is right, sir. Ted: You're an ass! Ted's narration: Ted, you idiot! You just said the out loud thing in your head and the in your head thing out loud! Don't make eye contact, just keep moving!

    • Dr. Kelso: And why are you standing here doing nothing? Janitor: I know this is a slowdown, but I can't really work any slower than I normally do, so I pretty much have to come to a complete stop. Now, if you're asking why I'm standing here specifically, it's because I replaced that light bulb with a tanning bulb. I'm tired of being the only white guy at my mosque.

    • Jordan's Narration: Even though I caused it, it still felt mildly good to fix someone else's problem.

    • Carla: If it's okay with you, we'll take that raise now. Dr. Kelso: Okay, but in this little fantasy of yours, can I not have prostate problems anymore? I can't sleep more than fourty minutes without needing to take a wiz. Carla: Unfortunately for you, somebody left the invoice for the hospital needles on my desk. They are really undercharging you. So, either you shell out the extra twenty grand a month for our raises or we'll call the needle company and it'll cost you twice that. Dr. Kelso: Ted, are you responsible for this? Ted: Please sir, I don't have the guts. Ted's narration: Oh yeah! Suck it, bitch! I will murder you!

    • Rosie Myler: Excuse me, Dr. Quinlan? Todd: Who? Turk: That's you, Todd. Todd: Oh, yeah.

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    Notes (2)

    • Original International Air Dates: Denmark: May 2, 2007 on TV3

    • This is the seventh episode, following "His Story", "His Story II", "Her Story", "Her Story II", "His Story III" and "His Story IV", in which the narration is done by someone else and not seen from J.D's point of view. This episode is mostly narrated by Todd, Ted and Jordan.

    Trivia (14)

    • After Ted sticks his hand in the nurse's drink to cool down his hand, the nurse then takes a sip from the drink.

    • Ted's line "suck it bitch" is muted in the Comedy Central airings of this episode.

    • In the end credits, "Snoop Dogg Resident" is incorrectly listed as "Snoop Dogg Intern".

    • Featured Music: "The Stripper" by David Rose (Lloyd uses Elliot's stripper pole) "Now That We Found Love" by Heavy D & The Boyz (Jordan's fantasy about being like Oprah) "Forever Lost" by The Magic Numbers (Final scene)

    • Turk has grown his hair in this episode, although a couple of times in previous episodes it was pointed out that when Turk tries to grow his hair, it just ends up in patches.

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    Allusions (1)

    • Dr. Cox: It's called guilt, you Vulcan! This is a reference to Star Trek - the Vulcans are a race who live solely by reason and logic, with as little emotion as possible.

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