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Season 6 Episode 15

My Night To Remember

Aired Tuesday 9:30 PM Mar 01, 2007 on NBC
out of 10
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Episode Summary


A memory loss patient is the peg for a look back on the last seasons of Scrubs, when the Sacred Heart crew looks back at their memorable moments.

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  • what the hell?

    Wow this episode really sucked, but the only thing good about it is that it shows parts of other episodes so someone new to Scrubs like my girlfriend can see what Scrubs is like. Now the bad thing is that the flashbacks weren't really great. Also there was no story line in between the flashbacks(i think i might have missed it). I think they really did run out of ideas i mean J.D. blatantly said it at the begining of the show!! OK I'm seriously hoping this is just a filler episode so that they're planing something big for the next episodes.moreless
  • It's a clip show, DEAL WITH IT.

    I don't think people are understanding that this was in fact a clip show, they even admitted the writers were out of ideas in this episode. JD admitted it, you don't find that funny? You didn't find the past 6 years funny, emotional, amazing? When I watch clip shows, I appreciate them because it just reminds me what a long trip it's been on a show. Almost every show does clip shows, so you're just going to have to deal with it. And the good thing about this episode, is that we didn't get only clips from the past, we got new things too. Like with the patient with amnesia. The Scrubs gang face hardships every day and this episode was a show of that.

    If I were to try to get someone in to this show, I would show them this episode, it doesn't spoil that much, but still gives us a sense on what this show is about. So for everyone who is giving this episode bad ratings, you guys simply just don't get it.moreless
  • This episode was set to be a very good one but then...

    ...they started with the flashbacks.

    In the beginning I was having a laugh at every single line and I thought "hey, maybe the flashbacks won't be that long in the episode and I'll have a laugh otherwise" but I was wrong. Well, kind of. I still laughed everytime Dr Cox opened his mouth as well as at the Janitor's jokes.

    For as much fun as all the stuff we've seen in the last six years was, this would be better suited - albeit having to be adapted - as a series finale. Actually I'm *hoping* this was still done while Bill Lawrence didn't yet know he wasn't supposed to make a series finale for this season and that anytime now this season starts catching up. It's actually fairly simple, just do whatever it is they were doing on this episode but without all the flashbacks.

    Past is past and I'm sure we «all» laughed imensely at all that, but it's time to move on... there's still one season and a half to go and it better go with a blast. Scrubs is all about laughing, please don't let it leave on such a sad, depressed, note.moreless
  • couldnt even finish the episode i hated it so much

    really disliked this episode!

    found it boring and just plaina waste of my time so half way through i stopped watching and wasnt bothered! i was damn disappointed in the whole thing! if i wanted to see old clips i half the old epsiodes or god dmait i have youtube for a few minutes i dont want 20 minutes of the crap! i wanted a good epsiode to make up for what so far has been a very poor season.

    the one thing i enjoyed was a few comedy moments that werent flashbacks, "like a bad sticom that shos a clip show cos they can't come up with any original ideas"

    and also "not that fray song, this fray song"moreless
  • Boring!!!!!!

    I really thought Scrubs was better then this (the clip show thing is ssssssooooo 80's!) This was the worst episode of Scrubs ever!!! I mean as far as clip shows go it was cut well but it's almost impossible to make clip show interesting. They did try by making fun of their selves by adding a small story line but it just didn't do it for me. It looks like they inserted this show when they needed a vacation or something. What bugs me the most is that Dr. Cox's head is shaved in the episode and not in the one before or after it. WHY! No one even says anything about his head until like 5 episodes later! Bad, bad, bad move Bill!moreless
Donald Faison

Donald Faison

Dr. Christopher "Chris" Duncan Turk

John C. McGinley

John C. McGinley

Dr. Percival "Perry" Cox

Judy Reyes

Judy Reyes

Nurse Carla Espinosa

Ken Jenkins

Ken Jenkins

Dr. Robert "Bob" Kelso

Neil Flynn

Neil Flynn

The Janitor

Sarah Chalke

Sarah Chalke

Dr. Elliot Reid

Terrance Christopher Jones

Terrance Christopher Jones

Kenyan Intern

Guest Star

Tim Munday

Tim Munday

Roger Templeton

Guest Star

Artie O'Daly

Artie O'Daly

Intern #3

Guest Star

Christa Miller-Lawrence

Christa Miller-Lawrence

Jordan Sullivan

Recurring Role

Lindsay Ravage

Lindsay Ravage

Debbie aka "Slagathor"

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (4)

    • JD is the one having all the flashbacks, but he seems to remember Turk's sex dream about Elliot in great detail.

    • When J.D. is teaching his friends how to daydream and he tells them to "let their minds soar like an eeeeeagle", it is referring to the fact that J.D. yells "eagle" during certain situations.

    • Dr. Cox appears with a shaved head in this episode. In the podcast, it is explained that the reason for this will be revealed in a future episode.

      In "My Long Goodbye" Dr. Cox shaves his head as his way to cope with Laverne having slipped into a coma. This episode was originally supposed to air after that.

    • Featured Music:
      "How to Save a Life" by The Fray (Odd moments scenes)
      "She Is" by The Fray (Odd moments scenes continued)
      "Sometimes A Fantasy" by Billy Joel (Fantasies scenes)
      "Candy Man" by Sammy Davis, Jr. (Fantasies scenes)
      "Diner" by Martin Sexton (Dancing scenes)
      "Walking Next To You" by Acres (Emotional memories scenes)
      "Winter" by Joshua Radin (Emotional memories scenes)
      "My Brilliant Feat" by Colin Hay (Flashback sequence)
      "Battlestar Galactica" by Ettore Stratta
      "All By Myself" by Eric Carmen
      "Overkill" by Butterfly 9

  • QUOTES (10)

    • J.D.: (Telling his friends how to daydream) All you have to do is tilt your head to the left, close your eyes, and let your mind soar like an eeeeeagle.

    • J.D.: The truth is, it is all your memories, the joyful ones and the heartbreaking ones that make up who you are as a person.

    • J.D.: It really has been an amazing six years, hasn't it? I wouldn't change a single moment. Would you?
      Dr. Cox: Oh, I damn sure would change this moment. In fact, I'd change this moment and every other moment you and I have ever had that's even remotely like this moment.
      J.D.: Turk, can I ask you a quick favor?
      Turk: I'm not giving you a hug.
      J.D.'s narration: I hate this place.

    • Dr. Cox: Either this kid has a light bulb up his butt, or his colon has a great idea.

    • Elliot: There are so many moments in my life I will never forget. Like that time my dad accidentally glued my mom's legs together after testing out his new, homemade sex lube.
      J.D.: Your dad's awesome!

    • Turk: If you could have any animal part, what would it be?
      J.D.: That's easy...
      Turk: Besides an elephant's penis!

    • Dr. Kelso: Okay, I put on a few, but my son's new fiancé Kenny owns a Cinnabon franchise, what the hell am I supposed to do?

    • Dr. Cox: And...Kenyan intern, Ken-ya answer me this? Is it even possible to give the right answer in this game?
      Kenyan Intern: No!
      Dr. Cox: Correct!
      Kenyan Intern: Yes!
      Dr. Cox: Unfortunately, you're still staying here forever. My game, my rules.

    • Dr. Cox: Alright now, children, I know your shifts are over and you're all excited about going home, but first we're going to play a little game, called 'Answer The Question Correctly Or Stay Here Forever'.

    • J.D.: I know I'd love to forget all the painful things that have happened to me. But unfortunately I keep relaying them in my head like some clip show from a bad sitcom too lazy to come up with a fresh story.

  • NOTES (2)


    • The episode title is a reference to "A Night To Remember" - the 1958 film about the sinking of the Titanic.

    • Turk mentions that he'd like to erase the memory of the two Matrix sequels from his mind. "The Matrix Reloaded" and "The Matrix Revolutions" both came out in 2003 and, as well as the original, were written and directed by the Wachowski brothers. The films focus on a group of people trying to save a world where machines rule and humans are used as a power source for them.