Русскоязычное название: Клиника
Статус: закрыт (9 сезонов), 2001-2010
Где и когда: ABC
Описание: Выпускники медицинской школы Джон Дориан и его лучший друг со времен колледжа Крис Теркелтон начинают работать в кардиологической клинике. Нелегко применить на практике полученные в школе теоретические знания, а иногда – просто невозможно. Молодые специалисты сразу же сталкиваются с множеством трудностей, погрузившись в каждодневную суету больничной жизни.Они только что закончили учебу и жаждут первых пациентов!
Создатель: Билл Лоуренс
В ролях: Зак Брафф (Джон Майкл «Джей Ди» Дориан), Дональд Фэйсон (Кристофер Дункан Тёрк), Сара Чок (Эллиот Рид), Джуди Рейес (Карла Эспиноса), Джон МакГинли (Персиваль Кокс), Кен Дженкинс (Доктор Роберт Келсо), Нил Флинн (Уборщик)
Lazlo Bane — «Superman» (Main theme)
|#1.01 — My First Day|
«I Want You to Want Me» by Cheap Trick. Elliot races J.D. up the stairs and through the hospital hallway.
«Over Me» by Tricky. Turk assists J.D. in draining Mrs. Pratt’s stomach fluid.
«Please Forgive Me» by David Gray. J.D. experiences his first night on-call; the song ends as he stands amid the bustling hospital, rubbing his temples.
|#1.03 — My Best Friend’s Mistake|
|#1.04 — My Old Lady|
«Hallelujah» by John Cale. J.D.’s patient, Mrs. Tanner, comforts him; the doctors experience the exception to ‘the rule’; the scene ends with the gang enjoying time in the park.
|#1.06 — My Bad|
«Good Life» by Francis Dunnery. Dr. Cox reminisces about his marriage to Jordan.
|#1.07 — My Super Ego|
«Camera One» by Josh Joplin. The staff works as a «well oiled machine», relaying the urine sample.
|#1.08 — My 15 Minutes|
«See Ya Around» by Keren DeBerg. Carla and her friend accidentally run in to Elliot at the bar (background music).
«Wonderful» by Everclear. J.D. is driving Turk to see the hospital’s new billboard.
«The Magician» by Bobby McCall & Dontell Mayfield. Turk treats Carla’s friend’s son (background music).
|#1.09 — My Day Off|
«Fuzzy» by Incredible Moses Leroy. Elliot attempts, and fails, to be comforting to her patients.
«The Magician» by Bobby McCall & Dontrell Mayfield. J.D. watches over Turk’s shoulder as he performs his appendectomy.
|#1.10 — My Nickname|
|#1.11 — My Own Personal Jesus|
«Rock Around The Clock» by Bill Haley and His Comets. In a ‘Fifties fantasy, J.D. revives the comatose patient.
«The Twelve Days Of Christmas» composed for Scrubs. Turk spends Christmas Eve on call.
«Sinnerman» by Nina Simone. Turk runs to find the pregnant teen under the Christmas tree in Miller park.
«Deck The Halls» by Jan Stevens. A rock sample of «Deck the Halls» closes the episode.
|#1.12 — My Blind Date|
|#1.14 — My Drug Buddy|
«Fighting For My Love» by Nil Lara. Elliot and J.D. «hook up».
|#1.15 — My Bed Banter & Beyond|
|#1.16 — My Heavy Meddle|
«Have It All» by Jeremy Kay. Elliot helps J.D. find his method for emotional release.
|#1.17 — My Student|
«High Time» by Michael Penn. Turk’s student, Kristen, spends an evening with Dr. Cox (background music).
|#1.18 — My Tuscaloosa Heart|
«My Tuscaloosa Heart» composed for Scrubs. Elliot and Turk listen to the tape; Dr. Kelso later sings the song.
|#1.20 — My Way Or The Highway|
|#1.21 — My Sacrificial Clam|
|#1.22 — My Occurrence|
«Hold On Hope» by Guided By Voices. J.D. and Ben view the photos as the tests are redone.
|#1.23 — My Hero|
«Underdog» by The Blanks. Ted and his band practice their renditions of cartoon theme songs.
«Fresh Feeling» by The Eels. A rotating split-screen depicts the resolve to change.
|#2.01 — My Overkill|
|#2.02 — My Nightingale|
«The Six Million Dollar Man» performed by The Blanks. The Lawyer and his Band practice their renditions of primetime theme songs.
«Charles in Charge» performed by The Blanks. The Lawyer and his Band practice their renditions of primetime theme songs.
|#2.03 — My Case Study|
«What a Difference a Day Made» performed by Dinah Washington. Dr. Kelso’s mood darkens the day after his anniversary.
«Drown» by The Poor Rich Ones. Carla and Elliot compare features (background music).
«Caught by the River» by The Doves. J.D. tells Cox he wants to be like him…only more successful. The scene dissolves into the summing up of the choices the characters had made.
|#2.05 — My New Coat|
«Here Comes My Baby» by Cat Stevens. Elliot gets a reputation.
|#2.06 — My Big Brother|
|#2.07 — My First Step|
«Rain King» by Counting Crows. The characters take their first steps…including J.D., who takes his off a bridge.
|#2.08 — My Fruit Cups|
«Mother We Just Can’t Get Enough» by New Radicals. Everywhere Perry looks, he sees Jordan.
«Ride Wit Me» by Nelly. The residents realize that the best thing is to stop worrying about where they’re going and enjoy where they’re at — like a fancy rooftop restaurant.
|#2.09 — My Lucky Day|
|#2.10 — My Monster|
«Dreaming of You» by The Coral. Elliot gives J.D. his Christmas present.
|#2.11 — My Sex Buddy|
|#2.12 — My New Old Friend|
«She Says» by Howie Day. Carla, J.D., and Dr. Kelso each take care of their old friends.
|#2.13 — My Philosophy|
«Waiting for My Real Life to Begin» originally by Colin Hay, performed by actress Jill Tracy and cast. J.D. sees his patient’s idea of death.
|#2.14 — My Brother, My Keeper|
«Gone» by Keren DeBerg & Tart. Turk picks Carla up from the airport (background music).
«My Fault» by Keren DeBerg. Turk’s brother arrives (background music).
«Bulletproof Glow» by Avion. Turk commiserates with his brother at the bar (background music).
|#2.15 — His Story|
«Question» by Old 97′s. Turk meets Carla in the park and asks her again.
|#2.18 — My T.C.W.|
«Come Around» by Rhett Miller. Relationships are embraced and loneliness is endured.
|#2.19 — My Kingdom|
«Samantha» by Keren DeBerg. Elliot is sorting her CDs (background music).
«Folgers Coffee,» «Mennen,» «McDonalds» jingles performed by The Blanks. The Lawyer and his Band do commercial jingles.
«Blind, Deaf and Dumb» by The Churchills. Turk and J.D. are at the bar (background music).
«High Time» by Michael Penn. J.D. makes peace with being himself.
|#2.20 — My Interpretation|
«99 Luftballons» by Nena. J.D. imagines a way to make a bad situation better.
|#2.21 — My Drama Queen|
«Get Up (I Feel Like Being A) Sex Machine» by James Brown. The Rerun Dance.
«Don’t You (Forget About Me)» by Simple Minds. Ted the Lawyer takes a stand against Kelso.
|#2.22 — My Dream Job|
«Candy Man» by Sammy Davis Jr. J.D. imagines his dream job.
«Sunday» by Keren DeBerg. Turk and J.D.’s buddy invites them out (background music).
«My Brilliant Feat» by Colin Hay. Dr. Cox steps in on Elliot’s behalf.
|#3.01 — My American Girl|
«Beautiful Day» by U2. J.D. and Turk head into work.
«American Girl» by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. Elliot makes a change.
|#3.02 — My Journey|
|#3.03 — My White Whale|
|#3.04 — My Lucky Night|
«Don’t Know Much» originally by Linda Ronstadt & Aaron Neville. Turk sings in the elevator.
«Almost Feeling Better» by Keren DeBerg & Tart. Elliot explains her relationship with J.D. to Sean (background music).
«Late Night & Homies» by (Library cue). Carla embarrasses Turk in Surgery (background music).
«On and On» by Keren DeBerg. Sean tells Elliot he’ll be away longer than she thought (background music).
«Cindy» by Tammany Hall NYC. J.D. rushes to Elliot’s apartment to get a big surprise.
|#3.05 — My Brother, Where Art Thou?|
|#3.06 — My Advice To You|
|#3.07 — My 15 Seconds|
CHiPs Theme Song.
|#3.08 — My Friend The Doctor|
«Empty Room» by Brian Paturalski. At the bar, Elliot explains her feelings about being a doctor (background music).
«Hero» by Enrique Iglesias. Dr. Cox shows off his youthfulness.
«Someone» by Tammany Hall NYC. The Janitor opens up to J.D.; Carla helps Dr. Cox hide his injury; and Elliot realizes who she is.
|#3.09 — My Dirty Secret|
«We Don’t Have To Take Our Clothes Off» by Jermaine Stewart. The Janitor s some music to taunt Turk.
«Do It Again» by Stroke 9. J.D. explains why sex isn’t a dirty thing.
|#3.10 — My Rule Of Thumb|
«It’s Raining Men» by The Weather Girls. J.D. imagines the wild time that might be had when Danni comes to stay with him.
|#3.11 — My Clean Break|
|#3.12 — My Catalyst|
«Everything’s Not Lost» by Cold. J.D., Turk, and Dr. Cox learn from Dr. Casey how to own their burdens.
|#3.13 — My Porcelain God|
«That’s The Way (I Like It)» originally by KC and the Sunshine Band. Elliot demonstrates the tune on her pager.
«A Murder of One» by Counting Crows. J.D. and Turk work out their problem; Dr. Cox and Carla try to see a new side of Kelso; Elliot is offered a chance for an epiphany.
|#3.14 — My Screwup|
|#3.15 — My Tormented Mentor|
«I’m With You» by Avril Lavigne. Turk apologizes; Todd and Dr. Kelso give in; Perry and Jordan are there for each other.
|#3.16 — My Butterfly|
|#3.19 — My Choosiest Choice Of All|
«Jump Off» By Keren DeBerg. J.D. confronts Elliot at the bar (background music).
«Section 9 (AKA «Light & Day/Reach for the Sun»)» by The Polyphonic Spree. Drs. Cox and Miller’s patient and his band perform as choices are made.
|#3.20 — My Fault|
«One Thing» by Finger Eleven. Dr. Cox makes a gesture to Mr. Corman; Turk discovers the gesture Carla made for him and reciprocates; J.D. realizes the consequences of the gesture he made to Elliot.
|#3.21 — My Self Examination|
|#4.01 — My Old Friend’s New Friend|
«Anything For Love» originally by Meatloaf. The patient sings at J.D.
«Music cue» from original Scrubs score by Jan Stevens. J.D. sings the lesson-learning piano music.
«All By Myself» originally by Eric Carmen. The patient sings at Elliot, and Carla feels like a third wheel when Turk and J.D. are together.
|#4.03 — My New Game|
|#4.04 — My First Kill|
|#4.05 — Her Story|
«Still D.R.E.» originally by Dr. Dre feat. Snoop Dogg. Elliot and Molly school Turk on rap.
|#4.07 — My Common Enemy|
«Thank You» by Dido. J.D. goes to Elliot’s apartment (background music).
«Move On» by Jet. J.D. and Elliot find their friendship again.
|#4.08 — My Last Chance|
«Can’t Hold On» by Tart. The gang throws a bash for Molly at the bar (background music).
«Something» by Cary Brothers. The bash continues at the apartment (background music).
«If You Were Here» by Thompson Twins. J.D. and Molly watch ‘Sixteen Candles’ (background music).
«Bad Case of Loving You (Doctor, Doctor)» originally by Robert Palmer. Denise the ambulance driver annoys Dr. Cox.
«Bust A Move» by Young MC. J.D. considers how beer can cause death (background music).
«Honestly» by Cary Brothers. J.D. tries to convince Molly to stay; Dr. Cox and Jack help Denise.
|#4.09 — My Malpractical Decision|
«I Want To Know» by The Mavericks. J.D. makes his malpractical decision.
|#4.10 — My Female Trouble|
|#4.11 — My Unicorn|
«Learn To Fly» by Foo Fighters. Murray flies his plane.
«Cat’s in the Cradle» originally by Harry Chapin. Murray’s dad starts to sing to him.
|#4.12 — My Best Moment|
«Take On Me» by A-Ha. J.D. recalls another way to catch mono (background music).
«Flight of the Bumblebee» by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov. Turk initially remembers his best moment as a doctor.
«Joy to the World» by The Butties. Everyone thinks of their true best medical moment.
|#4.13 — My Ocardial Infarction|
«Barbara Ann» originally by The Beach Boys. The a cappella sing-off — Hibbleton.
«All Kinds of Time» by Fountains of Wayne. J.D. puts Elliot’s advice to use; Turk remains true to himself.
|#4.14 — My Lucky Charm|
|#4.17 — My Life In Four Cameras|
«Where Everybody Knows Your Name (Cheers Theme)» performed by Colin Hay. J.D.’s sitcom fantasy gives way to real life.
|#4.18 — My Roommates|
«Windmills» by Toad The Wet Sprocket. Cox takes a bold stand for his friend; J.D. exposes Turk & Carla’s deeper problems.
|#4.19 — My Best Laid Plans|
«Closer» by Joshua Radin. J.D. and Turk each experience the consequences of trying to have their cake and eat it too.
|#4.20 — My Boss’s Free Haircut|
|#4.21 — My Lips Are Sealed|
|#4.22 — My Big Move|
«Don’t Look Away» by Joshua Radin. Everybody sacrifices, including J.D., who announces his big move.
|#4.23 — My Faith In Humanity|
|#5.01 — My Intern’s Eyes|
«Anything Can Happen» by The Finn Brothers. We see the hospital through a new intern’s eyes (the song later closes the episode).
|#5.02 — My Rite Of Passage|
|#5.03 — My Day At The Races|
«Everybody’s Changing» by Keane. Turk operates and makes some noise; Elliot helps J.D. finish the race.
|#5.04 — My Jiggy Ball|
«Sideways» by Citizen Cope. A little knowledge helps Elliot find her way back; Kelso puts on his apathy.
|#5.05 — My New God|
«Slave to Love» by Bryan Ferry. Turk forces the angry sex.
«This Time Around» by Emotion Project. Cox and Jack run into J.D. and Buddha at the bar (background music).
«In the Sun» by Joseph Arthur. Jack’s baptism.
|#5.06 — My Missed Perception|
«These Photographs» by Joshua Radin. Turk & Elliot and J.D. make amends to their patients; Carla gets her picture.
|#5.07 — My Way Home|
«Maniac» originally by Michael Sembello, sung by The Blanks. Elliot turns to cheat sheets.
«We’re Off to See the Wizard» by Harold Arlen. The gang follows the yellow line in hopes of finding what they need.
«Over the Rainbow» arrangement originally by Israel Kamakawiwo’ole, sung by The Blanks. The gang discovers they had what they wanted all along
|#5.08 — My Big Bird|
|#5.09 — My Half-Acre|
«Poison» by Bell Biv DeVoe. Turk shows off his air band talents.
«100 Years» by Five For Fighting. J.D. creates a memory of himself and Julie as old people.
«Hey Julie» by Fountains of Wayne. J.D. tries to avoid going too fast with Julie.
«More Than a Feeling» by Boston. The air band finally performs.
|#5.10 — Her Story II|
«Ride» by Cary Brothers. Carla gets some good news; J.D. gains perspective about his future.
|#5.11 — My Buddy’s Booty|
«Open» by Rob Laufer. Dr. Cox finds a new drinking buddy (background music).
«Head Off» by Moris Tepper. Dr. Cox bonds with his new drinking buddy (background music).
«Without You» by Tart. Dr. Cox saves a seat for his new drinking buddy (background music).
«Blue» by Jayhawks. The characters gain some perspective amid their petty arguments when Mrs. Wilk wakes up.
|#5.12 — My Cabbage|
|#5.13 — My Five Stages|
«The Long Road» by Pearl Jam. J.D. and Dr. Cox face the last two stages; Ted settles; Elliot asks Keith to move to a new stage.
|#5.14 — My Own Personal Hell|
|#5.15 — My Extra Mile|
«Someone» by Tammany Hall NYC. J.D. and Cox go the extra mile for their patients.
|#5.16 — My Bright Idea|
«All of the Words» by Kutless. Everyone celebrates Carla and Turk’s news.
|#5.17 — My Chopped Liver|
«I Hear Ya Knockin’» by (unknown). Carla fields a flood of staff requests for Kelso.
«Take Another Step» by Keren DeBerg. Jordan and Perry & Elliot and Keith go out on a couple date (background music).
«Koyaanisqatsi» by Philip Glass. Janitor leads in giving Carla «evil eye.»
«I’ll Be Around» by Bobby Bare Jr. Turk, Cox, and Carla each decide not to burden those they care about with their problems.
|#5.18 — My New Suit|
«Still Fighting It» by Ben Folds. J.D. decides to be honest with Dan.
|#5.19 — His Story III|
|#5.20 — My Lunch|
|#5.22 — My Deja Vu, My Deja Vu|
«The Streetbeater (Sanford and Son Theme)» by Quincy Jones. Turk enjoys doing what he wants while Carla is preoccupied with her condition.
«Heaven Sent» by The Emotion Project. Carla suffers her drinking companions at the bar (background music).
«World Spins Madly On» by The Weepies. Cox opens up to Elliot; J.D. analyzes the deja vu.
|#5.23 — My Urologist|
«Easier to Lie» by Aqualung. J.D. confronts Kim, and ultimately convinces her to take a risk.
|#5.24 — My Transition|
«William Tell Overture (Finale)» by Gioacchino Rossini. J.D. imagines how Body saves the day.
«Baby Back Ribs (Chili’s jingle)» performed by The Blanks. The Worthless Peons perform.
«I Love the Nightlife» by Alicia Bridges. J.D chases the gays off his deck (background music).
«Love Hurts» by Nazareth. J.D and Kim have their horseback riding date.
«America» originally by Neil Diamond. Kim announces her and Elliot’s concert plans.
«Delirious Love» by Neil Diamond. All is right with the couples in the world.
|#6.01 — My Mirror Imaged|
«Dancing Queen» by ABBA. J.D.’s drunk on his porch with a group of gay men.
«Here It Goes Again» by OK Go. J.D. is kidnapped and ends up in L.A. with the Blue Man Group.
«Funky Cold Medina» by Tone Loc. Kim cries during surgery.
«Be Yourself» by Audioslave. End of episode.
|#6.02 — My Best Friend’s Baby’s Baby and My Baby’s Baby|
«Miracle» by Foo Fighters. Turk and Carla’s event helps J.D. and Kim make their decision.
|#6.03 — My Coffee|
«All In All» by Lifehouse. Turk and J.D. encourage each other about fatherhood; Elliot takes the offer.
|#6.04 — My House|
«Love Theme from Romeo & Juliet» by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. J.D. imagines telling Kim how he feels before she leaves.
«Where Do You Go» by Sister Hazel. All the mysteries are solved…except the one about Carla.
|#6.05 — My Friend With Money|
«Isn’t She Lovely» by Stevie Wonder. Pregnant Jordan enters the hospital.
«The Crane Wife 3″ by The Decemberists. Carla admits her problem to Jordan, and J.D. admits his to Elliot, and both get the help they need.
|#6.06 — My Musical|
«Welcome to Sacred Heart» by The Cast. J.D. and Elliot bring the patient to the hospital.
«Everything Comes Down To Poo» by Zach Braff & Donald Faison. J.D. and Turk explain how most tests are done.
«Miss You Carla» by Judy Reyes & The Cast ft. The Blanks. Carla announces her maternity leave plans to her hospital friends.
«The Rant» by John C. McGinley, Zach Braff, Neil Flynn & Stephanie D’Abruzzo. The patient begs Cox to look into her condition; J.D. interrupts with his parking spot news.
«Truth Comes Out» by The Cast & Stephanie D’Abruzzo. Carla reconsiders her plans; Elliot faces telling J.D. her new house plans; the patient gets an MRI.
«Guy Love» by Zach Braff & Donald Faison. Turk and J.D. share an intimate moment in front of the patient.
«For The Last Time I’m Dominican» by Donald Faison & Judy Reyes. Turk calls Carla Puerto Rican…again.
«Finale, Part 1″ by Zach Braff, Sarah Chalke & The Cast. J.D. and Elliot analyze their friendship.
«Finale, Part 2″ by Stephanie D’Abruzzo & The Cast. The patient questions whether she’ll be okay.
|#6.07 — His Story IV|
«Thrift Store T-Shirt» by Brent Jordan. Kelso unites the hospital by being himself.
|#6.08 — My Road To Nowhere|
«Hands of Time» by Ron Sexsmith. J.D. and Kim decide to split; Cox tells Jordan the news about their baby; Kim has a big secret.
|#6.09 — My Perspective|
«I Summon You» by Spoon. End of the episode.
|#6.10 — My Therapeutic Month|
«Driving Down the Darkness» by DevilDriver. Lloyd gives J.D. another ride to work.
«Turn» by Travis. The characters learn the importance of small accomplishments.
|#6.11 — My Night To Remember|
«She Is» by The Fray. Odd Moments Montage.
«Sometimes a Fantasy» by Billy Joel. Fantasies Montage.
«Candy Man» performed by Sammy Davis Jr. Fantasies Montage.
«Diner» by Martin Sexton. Dancing Montage.
«Walking Next to You» by Acres. Joyful and Heartbreaking Memories Montage.
«Winter» by Joshua Radin. Joyful and Heartbreaking Memories Montage.
|#6.12 — My Fishbowl|
«Half a World Away» by REM. Elliot encourages Private Dancer to embrace his future.
|#6.13 — My Scrubs|
|#6.14 — My No Good Reason|
|#6.15 — My Long Goodbye|
«A Bad Dream» by Keane. Carla finally says goodbye.
|#6.16 — My Words of Wisdom|
«Amazing Grace.» The choir performs at the funeral.
«Party All The Time» originally by Eddie Murphy. The choir performs at J.D.’s fantasy funeral.
«Last Request» by Paolo Nutini. The words of wisdom heard at the funeral stick with the characters after all.
|#6.17 — Their Story|
«Now That We Found Love» by Heavy D and The Boyz. Jordan imagines having her own talk show.
«Forever Lost» by The Magic Numbers. Ted helps the nurses, Todd helps Turk, and Jordan helps Elliot.
|#6.18 — My Turf War|
«The History Of Excuses» by Bishop Allen. At the bar, Melody invites J.D. to mack to pass the time.
«Pass It On» by The Coral. Dr. Cox and Turk bounce Lloyd between Medicine and Surgery.
«Everybody Gets What They Deserve» by The Churchills. At the bar, the jukebox keeps locking up.
|#6.19 — My Cold Shower|
|#6.20 — My Conventional Wisdom|
«Human» by Jon McLaughlin. J.D. comes home, where life gets really complicated.
|#6.21 — My Rabbit|
|#7.01 — My Own Worst Enemy|
«Where We Gonna Go From Here» by Mat Kearney. End of episode montage.
|#7.02 — My Hard Labor|
«Heartbeats» by Jose Gonzalez. End montage.
|#7.04 — My Identity Crisis|
«Who Are You» originally by The Who. Ted’s band sings this song.
«Opportunity» by Pete Murray. End scenes.
|#7.05 — My Growing Pains|
«The Man» by Pete Yorn. End of episode; Kelso receives bad news.
|#7.06 — My Number One Doctor|
«B-13″ by Jump Little Children. End of episode.
|#7.07 — My Bad Too|
«Catch My Disease» by Ben Lee. End of episode.
|#7.09 — My Dumb Luck|
«Little Victories» by Matt Nathanson. Kelso leaves the hospital.
|#8.01 — My Jerks|
«Catch My Disease» by Ben Lee. End of episode, «everything stays the same».
|#8.02 — My Last Words|
|#8.03 — My Saving Grace|
«Healed» by Matt Ryd. Dr. Maddox leaves the hospital, end of episode.
|#8.04 — My Happy Place|
«Close Your Eyes» by Young Love. J.D. & Elliot walk out of the hospital, end of episode.
|#8.05 — My ABC’s|
|#8.06 — My Cookie Pants|
«I’d Rather Be With You» by Joshua Radin. Dr. Cox takes the job, end of episode.
|#8.08 — My Lawyer’s In Love|
«Mr. Moon» by Kate Micucci. Stephanie Gooch sings for pediatrics.
«Carry On Wayward Son» by The Blanks (originally by Kansas). Ted’s band sings for Stephanie Gooch.
«Because I Like You» by Ted & Gooch. Stephanie Gooch and Ted sing this song.
«Innocent» by Our Lady Peace. End of episode.
|#8.09 — My Absence|
«Last Salutation» by Randy Coleman. End of episode.
|#8.10 — My Comedy Show|
«Torn Blue Foam Couch» by Grand Archives. End of episode.
|#8.12 — Their Story II|
«Chicago x 12″ by Rogue Wave. End of episode.
|#8.14 — My Soul On Fire, Part 1|
«For You» by Lady «E». The gang arrives at the island.
«True To Myself» by Ziggy Marley. End of episode.
|#8.15 — My Soul On Fire, Part 2|
«Gotta Find My Woman» by Jay Mitchell. Just before the wedding.
«Hey Ya» by Ted (arrangement originally by Obadiah Parker). End of episode; J.D. & Elliot kiss.
|#8.17 — My Chief Concern|
«Winter Song» by Sara Bareilles ft. Ingrid Michaelson. End of episode, J.D. leaves the hospital & Turk can’t hang out.