Scrubs

Season 9 Episode 10

Our True Lies

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Aired Tuesday 9:30 PM Jan 19, 2010 on NBC
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When Dr. Cox finds a cheat sheet in the unisex bathroom during a test, he locks up all five students who left the room during the test, until one of them would come forward and admit the cheating. Drew wants to take his relationship with Denise to the next level. Turk has to take care of a lesbian couple.moreless

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  • Cheaters never prosper and relationships are getting serious

    9.0
    I love this season, at first I was skeptical like a lot of people especially with Zach gone but the characters here are kind of growing on me



    I like that it was Lucy who cheated because it shows a

    real life situation there.



    Yes, its unbelievable and yet totally believable. Yes the goody two-shoes can do bad things it actually is true people.



    I like the lesbian scene and that the woman was willing to risk death than to face her past and deal with that she was fat and could get fat again and they force her to go the safe route



    and Last the Double D relationship of Drew and Denise If they become Elliot and JD I wouldn't be that shocked they make a cute couple, I have to admit Denise is my first reason for sticking out this season I love her feistyness



    I think Dr. Cox is afraid of her lmaomoreless
  • When a student is caught cheating on an exam, Dr. Cox punishes all five students who got up during the exam hoping to root the cheater out. Drew makes the mistake of telling Denise he Loves her. Cox and Turk must deal with a female patient with Colitis.moreless

    8.5
    Amusing epsiode with some interesting twists to it.



    I enjoyed the fact that Cole can spot a number of things about Lucy by the way she reacts to things. Things like chewing on the end of her hair when she's lying for example, which comes in handy later on.



    The woman with Colitis is a lesbian and both Turk and Perry are having a tough time with that. Not the lifestyle per se but their own reactions to it. So they try to work with her together. Even then they both slip up at one time or another. In the end when they think of her as a patient and learn her feelings they come to a major discovery.



    The Drew and Denise story is just too great for words. You knew immediately the mistake when he said it. The only question was how would she react? We learn a number of things about Drew as well in this episode. We also learn that Denise loves him too.



    The major story tonight was about cheating on an exam. I am going to tell you Cole comes out looking really good as do the other people in Lucy's study group. When she needs it, they come to her aid. The thing is Lucy would never cheat though, so that sort of blew the whole story right out of the water. Very unbelievable.



    Entertaining with the usual little bits with many of the doctors and nurses you come to expect. Just not that believeable based on the characterization as its been shown up to this moment. Thanks for reading...moreless
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

Dave Franco

Dave Franco

Cole Aaronson

Tracy McCubbin

Tracy McCubbin

Nurse Sheila

Guest Star

Nadine Velazquez

Nadine Velazquez

Nicole

Guest Star

Gina Rutter

Gina Rutter

75-Year Old Lucy

Guest Star

Matthew Moy

Matthew Moy

Trang

Recurring Role

Robert Maschio

Robert Maschio

Dr. Todd Quinlan

Recurring Role

Nicky Whelan

Nicky Whelan

Maya

Recurring Role

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    • Kelso: Bar codes? What the hell is this, a supermarket? That's a human being, for god's sake!
      Dr. Cox: Listen, old prospector. I know that any new machine scares you, but here's the well-held secret: you know that box that records your favorite television shows? There isn't a demon inside of it!
      Kelso: Then how does it know what I like?! I miss the good old days, when doctors and patients actually got to know each other. You know, back when sexually harassing a nurse was just considered polite chit-chat.
      Turk: (sarcastically) Yes...the good old days. Back when a man of my color couldn't be a doctor...but could live out his life-long dream of one day driving a white woman to her hair appointments. Yes. Things were much better back then.

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