History Heartwarming / Scrubs

11th Feb '16 9:44:47 PM haloinsider
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-->'''Cole''': (''genuinely'') It might be the first thing I've ever really wanted.
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-->'''Cole''': (''genuinely'') It might be the first thing I've ever really wanted.
11th Feb '16 9:44:15 PM haloinsider
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* The whole arc with Cole wanting to become a surgeon, simply because Turk had saved his life and he wanted to do the same for others. As maligned as Season 9 was, this was a genuine good moment for the character.
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* In "Our True Lies", when it's revealed that [[spoiler: Lucy cheated during an important exam, angering Cox to the point that he forces her, Cole, Drew, Denise, Maya, and Trang to sit in the exam room until one of them confesses]], the others decide not to rat [[spoiler: out]] to Cox, knowing that it will be the end of [[spoiler: her]] future at Sacred Heart and acknowledging that they've all felt just as stressed as [[spoiler: she]] has. This comes even though Cox tells them that he's going to force them to retake an even harder version of the test at 4:00 a.m....outside...with Cox threatening to constantly spray the hose to simulate it raining on them. -->[[spoiler: '''Cole''']]: The truth is, I'm drowning here, too. And the only reason I'm surviving is because of you. I mean, this place is straight up Chuck Norris - tough as balls. -->[[spoiler: '''Maya''':]] We're all having trouble. -->[[spoiler: '''Lucy''':]] Even you, [[spoiler: Drew]]? -->[[spoiler: '''Drew''':]] Nah. [[TheAtoner But, uh, I've had like 15 second chances in my life.]] You deserve at least one, right? Just...don't do it again. * Drew and Denise's relationship, with the former having someone to finally confide in after spending so much time feeling regretful for what he's done over the last several years of his life while the latter has someone to open up to emotionally. In "Our True Lies", Drew tells Denise that he loves her, and by the end, she finally reciprocates. * The whole arc with Cole wanting to become a surgeon, simply because Turk had saved his life and he wanted to do the same for others. As maligned as Season 9 was, this was a genuine good moment for the character.character. -->'''Turk''': Listen, I've been thinking about it, and amazingly enough, the same things that make you a complete douche also give you the potential to be a good surgeon. So, uh, it'd be an honor to teach you, ''if'' that's something you ''really'' want. -->'''Cole''': (''genuinely'') It might be the first thing I've ever really wanted.
10th Feb '16 1:33:38 PM haloinsider
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* At the end of "My Happy Place" when [[spoiler: JD and Elliot get back together after Kelso tells them to "screw what everyone else thinks and do what makes you happy". It's a double-whammy because JD and Elliot get back together and Kelso sits down and admits he loves his life at Coffeebucks.]]
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* At the end of "My Happy Place" when [[spoiler: JD J.D. and Elliot get back together after Kelso tells them to "screw what everyone else thinks and do what makes you happy". It's a double-whammy because JD J.D. and Elliot get back together and Kelso sits down and admits he loves his life at Coffeebucks.]]]] -->[[spoiler: (''J.D. and Elliot grasp hands as they walk out of the hospital.'')]] -->'''Elliot''': [[spoiler: ''This'' seems like a good idea.]] -->(''Beat'') -->'''J.D.''': [[spoiler: (''smiles and shrugs'') Who cares?]] -->[[spoiler: (''Still walking, the two lean on each other and J.D. kisses Elliot on the forehead'')]]
7th Feb '16 11:42:22 PM haloinsider
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** Additionally, after he finishes the story and exits Jack's room, we see Jordan sitting just outside, having listened to the whole thing with genuine interest. She presses Perry about whether or not it was true that the patient survived the experience, and when Perry answers in a way that implies it might not have been the case, the two of them lean on each other for support.
28th Nov '15 11:42:01 AM nombretomado
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* When everyone is hugging after Carla announces her pregnancy (to Kutless's 'All Of The Words', no less) in ''{{Scrubs}}'', you can't help but feel all warm and fuzzy inside.
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* When everyone is hugging after Carla announces her pregnancy (to Kutless's 'All Of The Words', no less) in ''{{Scrubs}}'', ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'', you can't help but feel all warm and fuzzy inside.
27th Nov '15 6:55:29 AM blackravenclaw
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* In "My Fruit Cups", Jordan shows up pregnant and searching for help from Dr. Cox, who has just started dating a smoking hot pharmaceutical sales rep. At first it seems as though Dr. Cox chose the hot rep... until the camera zooms out and reveals that he chose to take in Jordan instead, even thoguh she's carrying a baby that isn't his (or so he thinks!)
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* In "My Fruit Cups", Jordan shows up pregnant and searching for help from Dr. Cox, who has just started dating a smoking hot pharmaceutical sales rep. At first it seems as though Dr. Cox chose the hot rep... until the camera zooms out and reveals that he chose to take in Jordan instead, even thoguh though she's carrying a baby that isn't his (or [[spoiler:(or so he thinks!)thinks!)]]
22nd Oct '15 4:39:05 PM blackravenclaw
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* In "My Fruit Cups", Jordan shows up pregnant and searching for help from Dr. Cox, who has just started dating a smoking hot pharmaceutical sales rep. At first it seems as though Dr. Cox chose the hot rep... until the camera zooms out and reveals that he chose to take in Jordan instead, even thoguh she's carrying a baby that isn't his (or so he thinks!)
5th Oct '15 8:28:54 PM DrOO7
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* In My Bed Banter & Beyond, all of the hospitals' employees are required to speak to a psychologist. When asked about relationships, Cox gives a jaded view , as do JD and Elliot, whose recent relationship is shown to be falling apart. However, Carla and and Turk talk about how happy they are with each other and admit that they love each other. It showed that relationships can work and always made this troper a little misty.
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* In My "My Bed Banter & Beyond, Beyond", all of the hospitals' employees are required to speak to a psychologist. When asked about relationships, Cox gives a jaded view , as do JD and Elliot, whose recent relationship is shown to be falling apart. However, Carla and and Turk talk about how happy they are with each other and admit that they love each other. It showed that relationships can work and always made this troper a little misty.

* During My Sex Buddy, Elliot is just so frazzled and unable to do her job properly after being cut off financially by her [[AbusiveParent dad]] and then evicted from her apartment that he paid for. While staying with J.D. and Turk, she's sleeping with J.D. the whole time and it's not helping her at all. Turk tries to help by getting all of her patients to ask for a new doctor so Elliot has time to get her life on track and Dr. Cox ends up having to talk to Elliot and say that it's not easy to balance your personal and professional life, but it's doable and to get her life in order. He then says not to tell anyone. * [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SDUK_h_jxxQThe ending]] of His Story. Turk and Carla finally get engaged with J.D. there to watch them get married, then he [[BrickJoke ran around them in a circle with sparklers.]] * Dr Cox trying to care for Jordan when she's about to give birth, then getting J.D. to keep an eye on Jordan for him and then bursting into Jordan's room and refusing to leave in My Karma.
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* During My "My Sex Buddy, Buddy", Elliot is just so frazzled and unable to do her job properly after being cut off financially by her [[AbusiveParent dad]] and then evicted from her apartment that he paid for. While staying with J.D. and Turk, she's sleeping with J.D. the whole time and it's not helping her at all. Turk tries to help by getting all of her patients to ask for a new doctor so Elliot has time to get her life on track and Dr. Cox ends up having to talk to Elliot and say that it's not easy to balance your personal and professional life, but it's doable and to get her life in order. He then says not to tell anyone. * [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SDUK_h_jxxQThe ending]] of His Story."His Story". Turk and Carla finally get engaged with J.D. there to watch them get married, then he [[BrickJoke ran around them in a circle with sparklers.]] * Dr Cox trying to care for Jordan when she's about to give birth, then getting J.D. to keep an eye on Jordan for him and then bursting into Jordan's room and refusing to leave in My Karma."My Karma".

* Another Dr. Cox one, in the season 2 episode, My Interpretation, he is trying to not spend time with Jordan's son (He's unaware that it's his at this point). Partially because of annoyance and partially because when when Cox looks at him, he doesn't feel anything. So one day he goes home to tell Jordan this when she's trying to give her son a name. After a second he suggests, "Jack?" in a not so serious way. In response, the child giggles and smiles, and so Jordan says that he'll be named Jack while Dr. Cox stares at him, his expression surprised as he realizes that he does care for the boy. * The Dr Cox and Jordan subplot of the second season finale, when Cox finds out that Jordan's baby is his, Cox makes it clear that whilst he's mad at Jordan, he wants to be part of his son's life and tries to break up with Jordan, who refuses to do so since Jordan refuses to play their game of "One person walks alway and the other is too stubborn to go after them" and refuses to leave him alone until he agrees to come home with her. He finally caves in and agrees.
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* Another Dr. Cox one, in the season 2 episode, My Interpretation, "My Interpretation", he is trying to not spend time with Jordan's son (He's unaware that it's his at this point). Partially because of annoyance and partially because when when Cox looks at him, he doesn't feel anything. So one day he goes home to tell Jordan this when she's trying to give her son a name. After a second he suggests, "Jack?" in a not so serious way. In response, the child giggles and smiles, and so Jordan says that he'll be named Jack while Dr. Cox stares at him, his expression surprised as he realizes that he does care for the boy. * The Dr Cox and Jordan subplot of the second season finale, when Cox finds out that Jordan's baby is his, Cox makes it clear that whilst he's mad at Jordan, he wants to be part of his son's life and tries to break up with Jordan, who refuses to do so since Jordan refuses to play their game of "One person walks alway away and the other is too stubborn to go after them" and refuses to leave him alone until he agrees to come home with her. He finally caves in and agrees.

* The ending for My Brother, Where Art Thou. Dan secretly confronts Dr Cox about being J.D.'s mentor and demands he takes it more seriously, or he would have to answer to Dan.
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* The ending for My "My Brother, Where Art Thou.Thou". Dan secretly confronts Dr Cox about being J.D.'s mentor and demands he takes it more seriously, or he would have to answer to Dan.

* In My Screw Up, after Cox's rant to JD about the birthday party, the sudden return to reality at the end and the line [[WhamLine "Where do you think we are?"]]. Cox shows genuine emotion and sadness as Jordan and JD comfort him.
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* In My "My Screw Up, Up", after Cox's rant to JD about the birthday party, the sudden return to reality at the end and the line [[WhamLine "Where do you think we are?"]]. Cox shows genuine emotion and sadness as Jordan and JD comfort him.

* In My Clean Break, the framing device of the episode is that Cox is talking to his therapist about how he's happy with his family and it's affecting (negatively) his abilities as a teacher, and the realization that he's only effective as a teacher when his pupils fear him, then closes it out saying "I'm telling you this because it's going to affect you", with the reveal that he's been talking to his infant son.
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* In My "My Clean Break, Break", the framing device of the episode is that Cox is talking to his therapist about how he's happy with his family and it's affecting (negatively) his abilities as a teacher, and the realization that he's only effective as a teacher when his pupils fear him, then closes it out saying "I'm telling you this because it's going to affect you", with the reveal that he's been talking to his infant son.

* In My Best Laid Plans the Janitor's little moment with Elliot is pretty heartwarming.
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* In My "My Best Laid Plans Plans" the Janitor's little moment with Elliot is pretty heartwarming.

* At the end of My Jiggly Ball, when, after a patient dies because of him, Dr. Kelso steps out of the hospital, and, instead of whistling carefree like he always does, is still obviously troubled, showing he does care. Especially when the main cast walks by and he tries to resume whistling to hide the fact.
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* At the end of My "My Jiggly Ball, Ball", when, after a patient dies because of him, Dr. Kelso steps out of the hospital, and, instead of whistling carefree like he always does, is still obviously troubled, showing he does care. Especially when the main cast walks by and he tries to resume whistling to hide the fact.

* Another great one is the end of the Janitor's [[ADayInTheLimelight viewpoint story]] in His Story III. A patient who was mute could only speak through a program that allowed him to type through a series of blinks on his computer. After it breaks, the Janitor makes repeated visits to the patient to talk to him all day long and keep him company. When the new computer finally arrives, the patient thanks the Janitor for being with him.
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* Another great one is the end of the Janitor's [[ADayInTheLimelight viewpoint story]] in His "His Story III.III". A patient who was mute could only speak through a program that allowed him to type through a series of blinks on his computer. After it breaks, the Janitor makes repeated visits to the patient to talk to him all day long and keep him company. When the new computer finally arrives, the patient thanks the Janitor for being with him.

* In My Last Words, Turk and JD give up their "Steak Night" to spend a night (and a beer) with a dying patient. Their last conversation, and George's death is set to "I Will Follow You Into the Dark". After George dies, they go to the roof and fire a flare gun into the night. "Goodbye George"
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* In My "My Last Words, Words", Turk and JD give up their "Steak Night" to spend a night (and a beer) with a dying patient. Their last conversation, and George's death is set to "I Will Follow You Into the Dark". After George dies, they go to the roof and fire a flare gun into the night. "Goodbye George"

-->'''Turk''': You'll do fine here.
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-->'''Turk''': -->'''Turk'''(nods approvingly): You'll do fine here.

* My Finale is full of these, especially when JD made his good-byes to everyone.
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* My Finale "My Finale" is full of these, especially when JD made his good-byes to everyone.
11th Aug '15 7:46:41 AM Leah423
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** Also in this episode - Elliot is upset that Kelso is being such a jerk, but then Dr. Cox makes her realize that while it's great that she got this new job, Kelso and the hospital spent years training her, only to have her leave, and did she ever even thank him? At the end of the episode, she does.
9th Jun '15 9:53:38 PM Riana1
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* For starters the theme song, basically from JD's point of view acknowledging he needs help from his friends and coworkers at the hospital
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