Scrubs

Season 9 Episode 5

Our Mysteries

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Aired Tuesday 9:30 PM Dec 22, 2009 on NBC
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Lucy has problems taking blood from live humans, while J.D. even on his last day still wants to get Dr. Cox' approval. Meanwhile, Denise is afraid not to be the person with the pants on in her relationship with Drew.

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  • The Interracial Hardy Boys

    8.5
    Besides some funny interactions between JD and Turk, this episode was, well, boring. There wasn't a single thing any of the characters said that made me feel like they were anything other than characutures of themselves. Turk and JD, who were once very fleshed out characters, have been reduced to their basic personality traits, which is funny but tiring. I'll never pass up a good EAAAAGLE, but the writers have gone out of their way to make JD seem like this girly person. And while it's true that he is, I mean.. not to the extent that he is in Season 9.



    Denise and Drew are the closest thing to real characters in this show, since it's apparent that Lucy and Cole are just going to be annoying whiny characters. I'm interested to see how Denise and Drew play out, and it's always a good time when Kelso pops up, even if it's in the weirdest possible circumstances. However, the show seems already chosen to be cancelled, along with Better Off Ted, so for now, it's just counting down the episodes until the show is cancelled.



    As I mentioned in the summary, the Interrcial Hardy Boys was my favorite part.. and I guess seeing JD dressed as a hypodermic needle with a goofy grin on his face was sort of entertaining. But I mean, that's not enough to justify bringing the show back.moreless
  • JD is leaving but not before he and Turk figure out who gave him a bad teacher review. Lucy is afraid of drawing blood which is the final for Dr. Cox's class. Denise and Drew are in a relationship even though he doesn't even know it.moreless

    9.0
    Now that ABC has decided to burn off the final episodes of Scrubs: Medical School I guess this is the end of the long but interesting ride.



    Some of the new characters are enjoyable and some are just annoying. Pretty much like the original cast and those that have come on since. In this episode we see JD finishing teaching his class and leaving the school at least for the near future. He and Turk embark on one of their little adventures to search for the student who wrote the bad review of his teaching style. Lucy's still in the spotlight and in this episode her big problem is the final in Dr. Cox's class is drawing blood from a live person. Finally Dr.Cox makes Denise realize she's in a relationship with Drew and she's losing the upper hand. Pretty much the usual Scrubs type episode with some fun frolicking between the story's which have nothing to do with the plots. Pretty standard stuff and still entertaining for the most part. Gotta figure the show was going to end sometime and when they really didn't change the name this season with the new characters I think the writing was on the wall. I think ABC has already made the decision on this and now Better Off Ted as well. Thanks for reading...moreless
Zach Braff

Zach Braff

Dr. John Michael "J.D." Dorian

Donald Faison

Donald Faison

Dr. Christopher "Chris" Duncan Turk

John C. McGinley

John C. McGinley

Dr. Percival "Perry" Ulysses Cox

Eliza Coupe

Eliza Coupe

Denise Mahoney

Kerry Bishe

Kerry Bishe

Lucy Bennett

Michael Mosley

Michael Mosley

Drew Suffin

Fred Cross

Fred Cross

Sign Language Interpreter

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Sonal Shah

Sonal Shah

Sonja "Sunny" Day

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Ken Jenkins

Ken Jenkins

Dr. Robert "Bob" Kelso

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Matthew Moy

Matthew Moy

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