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Fringe: S02E14: "The Bishop Revival"
Unseen killers target a wedding with a toxin that targets specific individuals, and Walter discovers that the case may be tied to a branch on the Bishop family tree.
Scrubs: S09E11: "Our Dear Leaders"
We think Dr. Cox is scary enough when he's barking insults at his med students and marching around the hospital with a permanent scowl on his face, so imagine how completely and totally unnerving it is to see him in a great mood. What could put a smile on our favorite curmudgeon's face? That's right, it's Hell Week-a non-stop gauntlet of tests, term papers and exams that will make his students utterly miserable. If Denise's memories of her Hell Week are any indication, someone is going to have a psychological breakdown. Yeah, Dr. Cox loves the simple things.
When a student cheats on an exam Dr. Cox takes it out on the whole class; Denise makes a surprising admission.
J.D. is back. Well, not "back" back. Just back for this episode. And maybe others. Who knows anymore? We'll take him when we can get him. And he'll take Elliot whenever he can get her, as they've missed their last two sessions of pregnancy sex. Elliot isn't feeling all that romantic these days, so she pencils in J.D. for some post-pregnancy sex six weeks after the baby arrives. This concept completely freaks out the Todd. J.D., too.
Ted helps his brother get a job selling lab equipment.
Veridian is developing a multi-language translator device. When you speak one language into a mouthpiece, the machine's voice spits out a translation of everything you say. The CEO of the German company interested in the device is a beautiful woman named Greta, who is not exactly fluent in English. Sounds like the multi-translator device may come in handy.
A memo that reads "Employees must NOW use offensive or insulting language in the workplace" is distributed throughout Veridian. Of course, the "now" was supposed to be "not." The typo is causing chaos, so Ted wants Human Resources to retract the memo. But that would suggest the company made a mistake. And the company doesn't make mistakes. Even that memo urging all employees to "carpoop" was deemed legit. Thankfully, it wasn't mandatory.
The Electric Company 1970s: S01E249: "Episode 249"
Morgan Freeman plays a cop that harasses a drunk and disorderly hobo holding up a wall.