I had great expectations for this finale only t be shot down. I was expecting last season's quality of a finale, but I certainly did not get that. This felt like any other episode of Scrubs. This was an okay finale, but a great episode on it's own. In this episode, Ryan Reynolds guest stars as an old college buddy, Spence. Elliot, Turk, and JD all seem to be bored with their residency jobs now after working at the hospital for two years. So Turk & JD decide to blow off some steam with Spence, and they go out drinking while they're on call, with Spence. Once Cox yells at them for it, they blame Spence. Meanwhile Cox finds out that Jordan's baby is his through Spence after Spence accidentally tells Cox. That was a good tie up in the plot for this season. Cox doesn't think his relationship with Jordan is going to work out, but Jordan continues to follow him around the hospital, and wants to make the relationship work.
Elliot accidentally stabs Kelso with a needle so throughout the episode, Kelso picks on Elliot. He's very harsh to her, and when Elliot asks for help from Cox, he doesn't listen. JD & Turk's plot seemed anti-climactic and Ryan Reynold's quest appearance seemed unnecessary and a bit out of place. Elliot's plot was good build up for the mini cliffhanger. Cox ends up getting back together with Jordan and as he doubts he will be a good father, he sees Kelso picking on Elliot. So he does what a father should do, he punches out Kelso. Was I the only one jumping for joy when that happened? Ending the episode in a cliffhanger fashion.
I honestly could say that I would only remember the cliffhanger of this plot, and all the other plots would seem quite forgettable. An okay end to season 2, like I said very anti-climactic. Great episode on it's own though.