The show is nearing its end, and I don't expect the writers to do some usual Scrubs stuff like JD fantasies, or Todd's innuendos. I will be more than happy if they set the stage emotionally for a deserving farewell. There wasn't much storywise in this episode, but it did make you look back at all the important relationships we've witnessed for the last 8 years. Cox and Jordan's marriage on the premise of them sharing a mutual respect for being stone cold to emotions was finally given some closure. JD makes Eliot realize that he is this kid who can't really put into words how he feels about her. Carla makes Turk realize that they have a greater responsibility with one kid and one down the line. We also see the Janitor getting married, something that we assumed would never happen given his weird ways with stuffed animals and other stuff.
And what do you know, Bill Lawrence makes a cameo, and he was damn good.