This episode summed up everything Scrubs, and why Scrubs is fantastic.
It contains its great humour, its serious moments, and everything else Scrubs.
This is undoubtedly the final episode of an 8 year, 8 Season series.
The final moments of the episode are truly heartwarming. Perry Cox finally admits to his admiration for J.D. After so many years of J.D looking up to him, especially in the earlier series - you always had the feeling that one day Cox would finally admit to respecting J.D.
It was one of his serious rants that I've had such a privalege watching over the series, however I felt the moment of seriousness was sliced in half by J.D appearing behind him, which immediately made the audience want to laugh for his happiness.
However, it was the final moments of the series that would be funny.
J.D walks through a corridor seeing all the people from the series past. A few give a few comments, and as he reaches the end, he sees a big screen, and it shows him and Elliot married. Perry and Jordan, Turk and Carla all visit J.D and Elliot for christmas, showing them all living happily ever after.
The scenes are touching, completing everything. Perry and Jordans marriage. J.D and Elliot's relationship. And J.D and Perrys friendship.
Perry finally hugs J.D out of his own will, and with their classic hearty songs, the visuals conclude to J.D and Elliot kissing.
J.D closes the show with his narration, giving an ending with any possiblity, saying that who says that last day dream won't come true?
A Thrilling conclusion.