Scrubs (season 4)

{5/5} “All right, Jack, listen to me. Ron’s in the bathroom diapering his kid. When he gets out, it’s playtime. And son, lately your colouring’s been sloppy and your Elmo song — well, unfortunately, it’s lacked heart. Now you and I, we both know that your super-secret go-to toy are your building blocks. Well, it’s time to shine, Jackie Cox. It is time to shine. Earn daddy’s love on three. One, two, three — earn daddy’s love!”

Scrubs season 4, aired in 2004-05

JD and Turk are overjoyed to see each after Turk returns from his honeymoon. Dr. Cox names JD and Elliott as co-chief residents — they’re finding this difficult because they’re not getting along. JD’s brother comes to visit, and reveals that their dad has died. Dr. Cox and Dr. Kelso continue to pester each other, and the janitor continues to pester JD at every opportunity.

Virtually all episodes are told from the perspective of JD, but one episode this season is told from Elliott’s perspective.

It’s another brilliant season of hilarity and occasional poignancy.

Stars Neil Flynn and Aloma Wright.

Heather Graham guest stars as psychiatrist Molly Clock.

I previously reviewed season 3.

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