Authors and WebsitesBells of Tomorrow
- Recommended by: Storm Requiem
- To put simply, Bells writes amazing Scrubs fanfiction- the range between humour, angst and drama are incredible and definitely worth checking out. My personal favourite is "His First Girls Name" and "My Thin Line", the former being comedy and the latter being a blend of drama/angst, as well as some character exploration. She mostly focuses on Dr. Cox and JD, but Elliot, Jordan and other characters appear in her stories as well.
- Recommended by: genisgone
- Synopsis: JD shouldn't get so involved. He's been told. He should have listened. ANGST, DRAMA, WARNING: torture, both physical and mental, and all sorts of uglies.
- Comments: Um, how does one comment on ''My Captive Audience, except to say that it's exceptional, though very much not everyone's cup of tea. Aside from a few British-American translation difficulties, the voices are all spot on. Also, yes, the warnings are serious and this fic is quite dark, but it's commendable for the fascinating, three-dimensional, and dare I say sympathetic villain, as well as fairly accurate and thought-out handling of severe PTSD.
Crossover FicsMy Brain Slug by Insane Troll Logic - Scrubs / Animorphs Crossover
- Recommended by B 2 WM and Guvnorium
- Synopsis: So Turk just extracted a brain slug from a patient, JD’s being stalked by a red-tailed hawk and Cox has been acting a little different. Not exactly your average day at Sacred Heart.
- Comments: Quite possibly the weirdest matchup I've ever seen with this fandom, yet the voice is perfect. JD and the Animorphs are true to character. Very much worth checking out.
- Quite possibly the best crossover I have ever read. A hearty seconding of this recommendation.
- Recommended by: Kittastrophe
- Synopsis: This is the secret I hold. It's the one big thing about me that none of my friends know and with good reason too.' A suicide patient shakes things up at Sacred Heart Hospital. JD's POV.
- Recommended by Cryptic Mirror
- Synopsis: JD has come down with something nasty, now not only must Perry Cox deal with the fact he couldn't diagnose him, but also the insinuations that their relationship is more than just professional.