Scrubs - Season 8 Episodes
Scrubs - Season 8
Surprise! Scrubs is back for an 8th season and the prognosis for laughter looks good. This year, John, "J.D." Dorian and his fellow residents have their hands full with a group of bumbling new interns.
Dr. Kelso's beautiful replacement, the unethical Dr. Maddox (guest star Courteney Cox), shakes things up a bit, while J.D. struggles to manage new interns.
“My Last Words”
J.D. and Turk set aside their decade long steak night tradition to comfort a dying patient, while Dr. Maddox (guest star Courteney Cox) begins to show her true colors.
“My Saving Grace”
Desperate times call for desperate measures when lifelong adversaries Drs. Kelso and Cox ally to oust Dr. Maddox (guest star Courteney Cox) from Sacred Heart, while Carla makes it her mission to take a self-centered, incompetent intern down a notch.
“My Happy Place”
New sparks of an old romance are ignited between J.D. and Elliot when they work together to encourage Dr. Kelso to branch out beyond the hospital coffee shop.
Featuring a special appearance from Sesame Workshop's "Muppets", J.D. learns a lesson about the gift of compassion, while Elliot gets scammed by intern Katie to secure a spot on Turk's team.
“My Cookie Pants”
There’s no Chief of Medicine at Sacred Heart and the place is falling apart. There’s no one to say, keep the Janitor from scrubbing in on Turk’s surgeries or to just stop people from looting.
“My New Role”
It’s Dr. Cox’s first day as the new Chief of Medicine. He’s determined not to get stuck behind a desk, but despite his best efforts, that’s exactly what happens. Every time he turns around there’s a new problem with the Board or someone else wants a favor.
“My Lawyer's in Love”
Ted wants his “a cappella” group to sing songs to the sick kids at Sacred Heart. He’s thinking of some feel-good hits like “Don’t Fear the Reaper.” But the new Chief of Medicine, Dr. Cox, shoots him down. Turns out, there’s already someone who sings to the sick kids—a sweet young woman named Stephanie Gooch who really knows how to rock a ukulele.
There’s big news at Sacred Heart—Carla’s pregnant! Yeah, we know, it’s her and Turk’s second baby, but that’s just as exciting, right? Apparently not, because nobody seems all that jazzed about it and it’s really getting to Turk. We’re thinking J.D. would be excited if he was there, but he’s MIA in this episode.
“My Comedy Show”
Denise, the intern J.D. nicknamed “Jo,” has enough trouble being nice to patients, so we can’t imagine what she’d do when teamed with Sunny, her aptly named fellow intern who just can’t stop smiling. No, really, she just can’t! These two polar opposites are teamed to impersonate our favorite docs, Turk and J.D., in the Sacred Heart intern talent show.
“My Nah Nah Nah”
Dr. Cox is happy to meet Jordan and Jack in the cafeteria, but he’s a little confused. Shouldn’t Jack be in school? Apparently Jack was able to convince Jordan that school was closed for Yom Kippur—which was six months ago—and proudly declares he hates school. We’re not ones to encourage truancy, but you have to admit that’s a pretty good scam for a little kid.
“Their Story II”
Ever since Dr. Cox became Chief of Medicine, J.D. has been the go-to guy when it comes to getting things the hospital needs. Basically, He Da Man!” When J.D. asks Cox to hire more nurses, the request is denied. But J.D. still gets props from the staff for fighting the good fight.
“My Full Moon”
Turk’s surgical intern, Derek, thinks he can do anything. Katie, Sunny, Howie and Denise are all getting pretty full of themselves, too. Elliot and Turk decide it’s time to put them in their place. After a fun campfire story-style scare, they give the interns their assignments for the night.
“My Soul on Fire (1)”
The Janitor’s goin’ to the Bahamas and he’s gonna get married. No one at Sacred Heart is too hip on the trip since the wedding is in three days. But J.D. rallies the troops by saying the Janitor is part of their family. “A horrible, horrible part. Like an uncle who shows up at your ballet class and whispers good girl when you plie.”
“My Soul on Fire (2)”
As the Janitor’s wedding to Lady draws near, all our favorite Scrubbies are dealing with their own personal relationships.
Dr. Cox has to pick a new Chief of Surgery and Turk wants the job. J.D. is uncomfortable when he finds out Elliot’s ex, Sean (guest star Scott Foley), is dating Kim.
“My Chief Concern”
In order to spend more time with his son, J.D. moves closer to Kim. This, of course, takes him further away from his friends. J.D. meets Kim’s Chief of Medicine, Dr. Mantoots. Shortly after J.D. finishes laughing at the guy’s name, Mantoots offers him a job at St. Vincent’s. He accepts the offer and tells his friends he’ll be leaving Sacred Heart at the end of the month. Mantoots! It’s still funny!
“My Finale (1)”
“My Finale (2)”
It’s J.D.’s last day at Sacred Heart hospital. He’s expecting a big sendoff. Think he’ll get it? More importantly, you think he’ll finally learn the Janitor’s name?