This was such a good episode. The acting from all of the supporting cast was amazing! The stand-out performance for me was Lee Thompson Young's Derek. I hope he's sticking around for a couple more episodes (Plus, Jett Jackson was a guilty pleasure of mine back in the day.)
Really everything was perfect. Not to mention there's something quite savoury about watching the JD/Turk bromance getting called out for what it usually is- slightly absurd. What's even more amazing was that I came away from that episode without really being mad at any of the characters' behaviour, especially considering the situations they found themselves in. I'd say that was quite an accomplishment for everyone involved in the production of this episode. A+ across the board. More please!