Scrubs: Season 1 (2001)
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Scrubs: Season 1 (2001)

TV-14 24 Episodes
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Episodes:
 
TV-14
  23 minutes
John Dorian, J.D. to friends, is a boyishly handsome, self-deprecatingly funny, likeable guy who would be confident if he only realized his assets. Four years of medical school have prepared J.D. for his first day as an intern at Sacred Heart Hospital--but he has his doubts. As J.D. is thrown into the chaotic world of hospital life, we not only get to see the quirky characters that he encounters, but also hear the humorous commentary of thoughts streaming through J.D.'s head.
 
TV-14
  22 minutes
Sardonic Dr. Cox gets to J.D., who's in desperate need of acceptance; tactless Elliot irks Carla, who's being wooed by slick Turk.
 
TV-14
  22 minutes
Professional and personal situations test the bounds of friendship between J.D. and Turk; a sexist matter entangles Elliot with Kelso.
 
TV-14
  22 minutes
J.D. forms a bond with a dying woman; Turk performs surgery on a hernia patient; Elliot deals with a wild Carla.
 
TV-14
  22 minutes
J.D. points out what seems to be a technical mistake to Dr. Kelso, but it was really an attempt of Dr. Cox to save a woman without insurance using a dead guy's insurance.
 
TV-14
  22 minutes
Dr. Cox is still facing the threat of suspension, and coincidentally, J.D. is assigned to a special patient: Jordan Sullivan, an important board member. She is very demanding and J.D. ends up sleeping with her after he confronts her. Only he didn't know she is Dr. Cox's ex-wife, and she is now the only one who can save J.D.'s mentor from being fired by the evil Dr. Kelso.
 
TV-14
  21 minutes
J.D. has finally earned the spot as brightest student, but he's got competition: Nick Murdoch, who seems to be nicer, friendlier and has a better butt than him. But not even J.D. can hate the guy, since he is so nice. But he is surprised when he finds Nick sitting in a corner crying because he can't take the pressure of medical internship. Meanwhile, Turk is having problems at the operation table and doesn't tell Carla, who keeps bothering Dr. Cox about it.
 
TV-14
  21 minutes
J.D. and Turk become heroes after saving a cameraman's life on TV while heading to a strip club. But Turk quickly becomes the target of a new publicity campaign led by Dr. Kelso, exploiting the hospital's diversity. Meanwhile J.D., worries about his evaluation. Elliot is going out with Carla, but in the last minute Carla blows her off and later Elliot runs into her at a bar. Carla feels bad about herself and apologizes to Elliot.
 
TV-14
  22 minutes
J.D. gets to see the hospital through the eyes of a patient when he's admitted for appendicitis.
 
TV-14
  22 minutes
J.D. begins a new relationship with Carla -- J.D. gains a new nickname, "Scooter," - and his relationship with Nurse Carla evolves as he begins to outdistance her medical knowledge while Turk trembles when he learns that his secret lunch spot was claimed years ago by the territorial Dr. Kelso. Elsewhere, Dr. Cox gives Elliot the evil eye when she won't discharge a troublesome patient.
 
TV-14
  22 minutes
It's Christmas, and even though J.D. and the others don't really feel like celebrating, Turk makes a huge deal about it (especially after one of J.D.'s patients suddenly returns from coma). But his faith and happiness are gone after a very busy night at the hospital, where several people are brought in for the most diverse accidents. Turk wonders if there really is a God, and if so, why he didn't protect all these people.
 
TV-14
  22 minutes
A woman slips and falls on the wet floor of the hospital. Afraid she might sue the hospital (and consequently having some big heads roll), Dr. Kelso asks J.D. to stand by her and be friendly so she won't sue them. But J.D. is very busy with Dr. Cox's 24-hour marathon to keep his ICU patients alive.
 
TV-14
  22 minutes
J.D. is frustrated when his budding romance with an ex-patient wilts as their dates are constantly interrupted by emergency calls while the beastly Dr. Kelso becomes less fearsome to the wide-eyed interns when Dr. Cox informs them how to avoid the blowhard's bite. In addition, a perplexed Carla and Turk deal with their first sexual intimacy complication.
 
TV-14
  22 minutes
J.D. chooses Alex over Elliot when the two argue over missing medication, based solely on his chances of (quoting Turk) "booty"; totally ignoring Elliot's feelings. Elliot is very hurt, and won't even speak to him. Later, J.D. finds the pills on Alex's purse and they break up. He apologizes to Elliot, who confesses she was jealous of him while they rush to bed. Meanwhile, Carla gets a ride with Dr. Kelso and for a brief moment starts to believe he may actually have a caring heart.
 
TV-14
  28 minutes
After going to bed and spending an entire day having sex, J.D. and Elliot go to work trying to hide their new secret romance, but everybody already knows it. Soon the relationship deepens, and Elliot start feeling jealous of what Turk and Carla have together. J.D.'s silly jokes and remarks don't help either, and after a heart breaking discussion about J.D. not respecting her, they decide to end whatever they had.
 
TV-14
  22 minutes
When a rampaging Dr. Cox suddenly shows up at his door in a strange funk, J.D. sees a possibility of a breakthrough in their relationship -- until he learns that Cox loses control in almost an annual rite. Meanwhile, Turk elects to partner with Elliot on a research project so that he can maneuver her back with his buddy J.D., and Carla struggles to fulfill a comatose patient's final request -- playing heavy metal music in his room.
 
TV-14
  22 minutes
J.D., Elliot and Turk are receiving their first medical students, and now they finally get a chance to see what it feels like to be on the other side. Elliot can't wait to unleash all her medical student frustration on her intern. She starts off tough with her rude and annoying student, but softens after learning he is the son of the CEO of the corporation that owns the hospital. It takes Dr. Kelso to open her eyes and show her that she doesn't have to kiss his ass for Elliot to get tough again.
 
TV-14
  22 minutes
J.D. has a patient who's rude to him and the nurses, and eventually dies from cancer. J.D. feels awful for not giving him his full attention and worries maybe he could have saved the guy if he was nicer to him, even though that's not true. Meanwhile, Elliot is convinced that Dr. Kelso is the one singing a song called "Tuscaloosa Heart" in a tape given to her by a patient who claims he went to college with Bob.
 
TV-14
  22 minutes
An assortment of moms and dads descend on their offspring at home and in the workplace. J.D.'s father is a gregarious yet lonely divorcé who's desperately trying to be just one of the guys. Elliot's folks, on the other hand, are a snooty couple whose pompous behavior dismays their daughter. Similarly rattled is Turk, unnerved by the bonding of his girlfriend, Carla, and his brassy mother. But the most vexatious parent by far is the janitor's dad.
 
TV-14
  22 minutes
Turk's competitiveness is starting to annoy J.D., especially when it crosses the line of personal jokes and becomes patient matters (whether or not a patient should go into surgery is their latest feud). Meanwhile, Dr. Cox finally has a taste of good coffee, but thanks to his feud with Dr. Kelso, the only nurse who was able to make it gets fired.
 
TV-14
  22 minutes
J.D. fears being contaminated with Hepatitis B. after a needle accidentally sticks his forearm. From then on, he tries to avoid any contagious patient, trading one of them with Dr. Cox. When the results are out and J.D. is clean, he tries to make up for his foolishness by spending some time with the contagious patient out of his own free will.
 
TV-14
  22 minutes
Jordan's brother Ben is admitted at Sacred Heart for having an accident with a nail gun. Ben and Dr. Cox are long time buddies, and they go out for drinks after Ben is released. They bring J.D. with them, who quickly bonds with easygoing, spontaneous picture taker Ben. But while playing pool, Ben's hand starts to bleed, which takes them back to the hospital for more tests.
 
TV-14
  22 minutes
Ben takes the news of his diagnosis pretty well - better than his sister Jordan and J.D. at least. Remarkably, it is Dr. Cox who is the voice of reason and compassion, until his own fears get in the way. Meanwhile, Turk and Elliot have their own issues to deal with. Turk is upset because he wasn't chosen to assist on a difficult surgery and Elliot is criticized during rounds by Dr. Kelso for the 100th time.
 
TV-14
  22 minutes
J.D. passes on one of his patients that keeps returning to the hospital to Elliot, who had just gotten the task of running a physical on Jordan. Elliot passes the patient to Turk, who refuses to take him. When the three decide to rock-paper-scissors the patient to see who gets him, they realize what they're doing and decide to make up for it by teaming together to give the patient a surgery so he won't have to come back again.
Scrubs focuses on the bizarre experiences of fresh faced medical intern John "J.D." Dorian as he embarks on his career in a surreal hospital crammed full of unpredictable staffers and patients, where humor and tragedy can merge paths at any turn.… View More
Genres Comedy
Director
Starring Donald Faison, John C. McGinley, Ken Jenkins, Zach Braff View More
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Movie Summary

Scrubs focuses on the bizarre experiences of fresh faced medical intern John "J.D." Dorian as he embarks on his career in a surreal hospital crammed full of unpredictable staffers and patients, where humor and tragedy can merge paths at any turn.
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Movie Details

Genres Comedy
Starring Donald Faison, John C. McGinley, Ken Jenkins, Zach Braff, Sarah Chalke, Neil Flynn, Judy Reyes, Robert Maschio, Sam Lloyd, Aloma Wright
Studio Name ABC Studios
Release Date 2001
VUDU Release Date 06/05/2012
Rating TV-14 About Ratings
Episodes 24 episodes
Language English

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