Like almost all Scrubs episodes, good in and of itself.
Turk's humanizing was done tastefully, and it was worked in well with his having cold feet about the wedding.
The thing that I didn't like was the continued depiction of Elliott as just (either) some silly slut, or a mousy dingbat that is moved by the slightest of suggestions (her patient's: "the one who is there when you need him"). Who in their right mind would choose JD over Sean? Definitely not me.
The way that was handled brought this episode's score way down for me.