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Scrubs/My Fallen Idol
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My Fallen Idol is the twenty-first episode of the fifth season of Scrubs, and the one hundred fourteenth episode overall. With Dr. Cox still despondent over the deaths of his patients, the employees of Sacred Heart attempt to cheer him up by taking shifts of personal time to spend with him.
Guest Stars: Paul Adelstein (Dr. Stone), Sam Lloyd (Ted Buckland), Robert Maschio (Todd Quinlan), Philip McNiven (Roy), Christa Miller (Jordan Sullivan), George Miserlis (Crispin), Paul F. Perry (Randall), Travis Schuldt (Keith Dudemeister), Ming Lo (Dr. Kim), Christina Miles (Gloria), Andrew J. Miller (Baby Jack), Rowbie Orsatti (Pilgrim Kid), Mike Peebler (Male Patient), Brad Sachs (Male Patient #2), Paul Shively (Mr. Ketay), Randall Winston (Leonard), Jordan Zucker (Lisa), Ryan Braun (Intern)
- Something Else by Gary Jules: The song that plays when J.D. finally does his shift of talking to Dr. Cox in his home at the end of the episode is "Something Else" by folk singer-songwriter Gary Jules, who is most famous for his cover of the Tears for Fears song "Mad World." Both songs can be found on his album Trading Snakeoil for Wolftickets.
- Jack: Jack's first complete sentence is "Daddy drinks a lot," according to Jordan in this episode.
Behind the Scenes
Allusions and References
- The More You Know: J.D. has a brief fantasy about doing a public service announcement about Munchousen's Syndrome. This PSA is done in the style of NBC's The More You Know series of announcements, which features celebrities from NBC programs in stark backgrounds talking briefly about a disease or social issue. In real life, both Sarah Chalke and Donald Faison have done actual The More You Know PSAs.