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Dr. Christopher "Chris" Duncan Turk
Dr. Percival "Perry" Cox
Nurse Carla Espinosa
Dr. Robert "Bob" Kelso
Dr. Elliot Reid
"It's Never You" by Weekend Excursion ("Grill face" flashback)
"The History of Excuses" by Bishop (J.D. and Melody make out at the bar)
"Pass It On" by The Coral (Dr. Cox and Turk pass Lloyd on to each other)
"Everybody Gets What They Deserve" by The Churchills (Played on the jukebox at the bar)
Lloyd: Were we in an air band together?
Turk: I don't know.
Lloyd: (Drums the air) I think we were.
Lloyd reminds us of episode 5x09: "My Half-acre" where Turk, the Janitor, Ted and himself were in an air band.
Elliot says that she and Melody were sorority sisters and good friends, but in "My Road To Nowhere" Elliot says that her sorority sisters hated her.
Carla: What the hell are you doing?
Dr. Cox: I'm reading Mr. Gertner's chart, but if you'd like me to be more specific, I'm also standing, breathing, thinking and now talking, which is actually preventing me from what I was originally trying to do.
Turk: How come you don't ever give me any of the good surgeries? I could do a bypass like... (imitates slicing a patient) Done!
Dr. Cox: Now, Gumball, that's hardly the point. The older surgical attendings around here are warriors. Hell, if I screw with Mickhead, he'll send me every bowel obstruction he gets. You, on the other hand, you're just not formidable enough to have ever earned my respect. I don't even know why I'm speaking with you. In fact, I'm going to stop talking right in the middle of whatever I'm...
Dr. Cox: I've convinced young Lloyd in there that the arm pain that he thought was a heart attack is actually just what, Lloyd?
Lloyd: Arm pain, Perry.
Turk: Did I get drunk last night and send you an e-mail asking for your opinion about what I did?
Dr. Cox: I don't know. I didn't check.
J.D.: Why don't people dance the bus driver anymore?
Turk: Oh because it's not a real dance.
J.D.: For us honkies it's a very important dance. (Does the bus driver) Driving, driving, inside the bus.
(J.D. puts a picture of Isabella in his pocket then Turk takes it out)
J.D.: I lost mine.
(Elliot and Melody stare at J.D.)
J.D.: You know I should probably go. It's late.
(J.D. leaves as they continue to stare then he returns)
J.D.: Forgot to pay my check. Credit card for you.
J.D.: It's quiet in here. I think the music went off again. (To other people in the bar) Someone want to tap that jukebox for me?
(People look at him)
J.D.: No? Okay. (To Elliot and Melody) Wow you guys can stare an awfully long time without letting your eyes blink. That's amazing. That's...I try to do that and I...can never really uh, do it when I've tried.
Bartender: Sorry, the machine's busted.
J.D.: Unfortunate. Ok, thank you Frank, I will pay cash. (Pulls out a bill) Ben Franklyn here should take care of things. A one hundred dollar bill.
Bartender: I don't got change for that.
J.D.: He doesn't got change. That's how he says that. Okay um, surely one of my lady friends can...
(Elliot and Melody are still staring)
J.D.: No. Alright, you know what? I'm going to pay one hundred dollars for that appletini. I like you. You're a good bar man. You never tease me when I order the tinis.
Bartender: I drink them myself.
(J.D. leaves again then comes back)
J.D.: I can't spend a hundred dollars on an appletini, it's absurd. That's like ten tinis with a tip. No, there must be something else I could buy. How much is that weird mounted fox tail?
Bartender: Actually that's a beard.
J.D.: Probably keep that, that's probably a family heirloom. You know what, Frank? I'm gonna do it. One hundred dollars for one appletini which was frankly light on the tini. Alright. Goodnight.
(J.D. pays, leaves again then comes back with another bill)
J.D.: I found a fiver in my pocket.
J.D.: Okay, keep that too.
Melody: (About J.D.'s Appletini) Nice drink, does it come in hetero?
J.D.: It does, but I didn't like it.
(Devon spills drink)
Devon: Oh no! Oh no!
Carla: It's okay, it's okay.
Devon: But now the ghost who hates spills is gonna come.
Janitor: You're right, Devon. He might come. This very night and as you know, the ghost's entire family was killed by a careless spill. Just like yours. (Pauses) Just like yours.
Elliot: Anyway, I know it's hard to believe, but when I first got to college I was a bit of a...
Dr. Kelso: Good times Sally who gave it away for free?
Melody: I was the tramp, you old bitch!
Dr. Kelso: Liking her.
Dr. Kelso: Doctor.
Dr. Beardface: Doctor.
Dr. Kelso: (To J.D.) I call next on macaroni.
Elliot: He plays?
J.D.: Dr. Kelso, would you mind using your gum to show Elliot your mad roni skills?
(Dr. Kelso flicks his gum and hits J.D.'s notepad)
J.D.: Man, he's good!
Carla: Okay, this ends now.
Janitor: Do you know how messy kids can be, and how clean this place has been ever since... the ghost? Besides, I'm only picking on the tonsil cases, the spoiled ones who get ice cream for every meal. You know what I had to eat, when I had my tonsils out?
Janitor: Hot coffee and granola bars. Hot and scratchy. Hot and scratchy!
Carla: Are you insane?
Janitor: I'm a little bit tired. I was up all night learning to roller blade. I want the ghost to be a little bit more glidey.
Carla: Why does this bedsheet have two holes in it?
Janitor: That's on me. Sometimes at night I haunt pediatrics.
Lloyd: I have chest tinglies.
Dr. Cox: Lloyd, you're 40 years old, you're a delivery man, so you should be suffering from a pretty severe case of the where-did-I-go-wrongsies. But other than that, you're fine. I ran every test. There's nothing wrong with you.
Lloyd: (Points to his arm) But the pain starts here, and then it goes along...and then skips this area, and then starts hurting again here. And then of course, there's the tinglies.
Dr. Cox: I'm gonna head out now, Lloyd.
Keith: C'mon, Elliot, let me just borrow it for the weekend. I promise I'll bring it back.
Elliot: No, I need it. Now go. (To J.D.) Whenever he goes away, he always wants to take my tushie.
J.D.: Why doesn't he just do what I did when we were dating? Wait until you fall asleep naked and take a picture of it.
Elliot: Did you actually do that?
J.D's narration: It's my screensaver!
Turk: ...and of course, playing the cantankerous chief of medicine, you know him, you love to hate him, Dr. Bo-ob Kelso! (Dr. Kelso dances on smiling and waving)
Original International Air Dates:
Denmark: May 9, 2007 on TV3
Keri Russell (Melody O'Harra) is the third star from Felicity to star in Scrubs; the first two are Donald Faison and Scott Foley respectively. Incidentally, Russell played the lead role in Felicity.
In Latin America, this episode aired on October 9, 2007, on CANAL SONY.
When J.D. is trying to cheer up Elliot in the Cafeteria he says he got his Spider-Man goggles from "Boy's Life".
"Boy's Life" is the magazine made by the BSA (Boy Scouts of America), sent out to Cub Scouts around the U.S.
Melody hits the juke box with her elbow to make it start playing again. In her happiness, she says "hey, I'm the Fonz."
As Melody and Elliot blow Turk and J.D. through the hallway with their excited breaths, a cow goes flying by.
This is similar to the movie "Twister" in which a cow, blown by a tornado, flies in front of a truck.
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