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Around 12 minutes in, you can see "Diagnosys" written on a blackboard, instead of "Diagnosis".
"Alive and Screaming" by Jake Walden
"Envy Of All Our Friends" by Jeff Bruckner
After Turk gets off the radio in the first scene, the camera switches to a shot of a cadaver. The cadaver swallows.
Colonel Doctor is in the background of almost every single scene in this episode. He is even in the one scene twice - when Drew tells Denise that tonight isn't a good night, Colonel Doctor can be seen in the background over Denise's shoulder, and when the camera cuts back to Drew, he is standing behind him too.
Drew mentions that he was a stage manager on the Midwestern leg of the '05 national tour of Wicked the Musical. He says that Kristin Chenoweth is a delight as if he met her working on the tour. However, Kristin Chenoweth was not in any national tour of Wicked, she was only in the Broadway production and left in July 2004.
When J.D. and Turk try to motivate the Students, they mention that they once skipped a steak-night to be with a patient while he is dying. They refer to Season 8, Episode 2 "My Last Words". J.D says this incident occurred last year, which seems plausible as it was in season 8 and this is season 9. However, it can't be true as J.D clearly states in the season 9 premiere "Our First Day of School" that he and Turk hadn't worked together in over a year.
"Where The Music Takes You Away" by Ari Gold (Entering the club)
Unknown Song (At the club)
"Coexist (Pat and Jim Radio Mix)" by Guy B (J.D. and Turk dance)
Unknown Song (Perry talks to J.D., Turk and Cole)
"Keep Talking" by Kurt Farquar (Ted and Gooch leave)
"The Final Countdown" by Europe (Cole singing while Ted leaves.)
"For Your Love" by Marching Band (Closing scenes)
"Telescope" by Bright Eyes (Turk and Dr. Cox at the bar)
"Moonshine" by Geoff Martin (J.D., Turk and Dr. Cox at the bar)
"Can't Go Back Now" by The Weepies (Closing scenes)
During the scene when Cole and Lucy are in bed together, Cole is sitting almost upright. While Lucy is talking, the camera angle shifts and Cole's head is at the same position as Lucy's.
"Perfect" by Shane Drasin (J.D., Turk and Denise at the bar
"Moenjodaro" by So So Radio (Turk, Drew and Dr. Kelso at the bar)
"Guy Love" by Zach Braff and Donald Faison (J.D. and Turk run towards each other)
"Out Of Place" by WAZ (J.D. takes care of Lucy)
The attentive observer can find a few faults in continuity in these last two episodes of season eight: most noticeable is the constant change of J.D.'s sneakers. They are of blue color, only to be replaced by white yellowish ones in the next scene and then they are blue again - even when it is obvious that this is supposed to be a continuing scene without any intermission or need for changing shoes.
When J.D. leaves Sacred Heart for the last time, we hear a starter motor on his Blue Toyota Prius. The Prius engine doesn't have a conventional starter, making the engine starting sound effect impossible.
The janitor at the end of the episode who takes down the "Goodbye J.D" sign is the show creator Bill Lawrence.
"The Book Of Love" by Peter Gabriel (Slide show)
"Superman" (instrumental) by Lazlo Bane (Closing scene)
"Superman" by The Blanks (Gag reel, closing credits)
When J.D. gives Dr. Cox the "Book of Rants" and Dr. Cox asks him where to look up any specific rant, J.D. replies with "you go to the glossary..." This statement is incorrect, because a glossary is where to look up the definitions of words used in the book. J.D. should have directed him to the index of the book.
Look closely; the penny that the Janitor claims to be the one that J.D. put in the door on his first day is stamped with the year 2006. J.D.'s first day was in 2001.
"Snow (Hey Oh)" by Red Hot Chili Peppers (Opening scene)
Featured music:"Winter Song" by Ingrid Michaelson & Sara Bareilles (closing scenes)
"Goodnight Song" by Tammy Hall NYC (Closing scenes)