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By Admin (from 19/11/2010 @ 13:00:45, in en - Video Alert, read 1840 times)

J.D. and Carla's friendship comes to a critical point where his knowledge surpasses her experience. J.D. is nervous that Carla will be upset that he is advancing in medicine as a doctor. After having a bad experience with a patient, Dr. Cox uses J.D. as his personal punching bag. J.D. talks with Carla about how it hurt his feelings, and later Carla yells at Dr. Cox for hurting her "Bambi". Following this, Dr. Cox makes J.D. look like a fool in front of a lot of people for complaining to Carla. J.D. then yells at Carla for calling him Bambi. After she accepts his apology, they continue with their plans to visit a photography exhibit. On the way there, J.D. makes a joke about not attending college, and Carla gets upset. In the rain, she explains how she's tired of interns outgrowing her, and how J.D. is the first intern to make her feel bad about what she does. The next day at the hospital, J.D. attempts to rebuild their relationship slowly but surely. He comes to terms with her calling him "Bambi".

At the same time, Dr. Cox is assigned a new patient with Elliot. The patient - Jill Tracy is super hyper even after taking two Valium. When Dr. Cox finds there is nothing wrong with her, he orders Elliot to release Jill as soon as possible. Elliot feels bad that Jill leads such a stressful life that she tells her that she can stay at Sacred Heart over the weekend. When Dr. Cox finds out, he gets upset, but ultimately teaches Elliot that everyone needs a break sometime.


Dr. Kelso and Turk on the bench


Meanwhile, Turk and Dr. Kelso are fighting their own battle. A bench located by the parking lot of Sacred Heart is a place that Turk finds solace from a busy day. He eats his lunch here. However, Dr. Kelso intimidates him off the bench. In the end, Turk proves to want that comfort by eating on the bench in the rain, and Dr. Kelso secretly admires him for that.


Plot Points

  • Carla and J.D. have difficulties in their friendship when J.D. becomes more knowledgeable than her.
  • Dr. Cox and Elliot cope with hyper patient, Jill Tracy.
  • Dr. Kelso and Turk argue over who should get to sit on the idyllic bench.

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By Admin (from 20/11/2010 @ 13:00:29, in en - Video Alert, read 2062 times)

As J.D. prepares to break bad news about a patient to the family, the patient wakes up. This leads Turk to believe it is a miracle. Turk tells J.D. and Carla that his religion makes him who he is. Unfortunately, Turk has a rough night on-call on Christmas Eve, and his faith is shaken by the people that he believes God is ignoring.

Elliot is working in the free clinic, and she comes across a girl who is eight months pregnant. When she asks Dr. Kelso to transfer the patient to a family care specialist, Dr. Kelso tells her the patient will be good practice, because the odds lie that Elliot will go into women's care or family care eventually. Elliot does not like this news, and acts rudely to the patient,Meredith. When Elliot discovers Meredith has HELLP syndrome, Elliot knows she must deliver the baby immediately. However, Meredith has gone missing. While thinking about his faith on the roof, Turk runs to Miller Park, where Meredith says she's been every night for the past week. He finds Meredith and helps her.


Dr. Cox recruits J.D. to videotape the birth of his friends' Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler. J.D. accidentally does not record the birth, so Dr. Cox must use a different tape and lie to the new parents.

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By Admin (from 21/11/2010 @ 13:00:48, in en - Video Alert, read 1847 times)

Dr. Cox announces that since midnight he hasn't had a patient in the ICU die. He plans on having a perfect 24 hour stretch where no patients die. He delegates most of the responsibilities to J.D., ignoring Elliot's request to help. Later, when J.D. is asked by Dr. Kelso and Ted to watch a social worker who slipped on a wet floor, J.D. asks Dr. Cox to give Elliot some responsibilities. After she gets yelled at for second guessing Dr. Cox, J.D. tells her that it is all right to second guess Dr. Cox, and that it makes her a better doctor. At 11:55pm, Elliot and Cox fail to resuscitate a patient, and he dies - spoiling the perfect game.


Meanwhile, as J.D. keeps Alex company during her MRI, the machine breaks and she gets trapped inside. They flirt, and J.D. wonders if she is cute or not. After getting no helpful answers from co-workers, he decides to take a chance and ask her out.


Turk and Carla argue while they help a patient, Mike Davis. Mike tells Carla that he thinks Turk is done with their relationship. As it turns out, Turk gets frustrated with Carla easily, but admits he loves her.

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By Admin (from 23/11/2010 @ 14:00:23, in en - Video Alert, read 2299 times)

The Vatican has long opposed the use of condoms as a form of contraception... (... could it be because abusing altar boys without condoms never got them pregnant ???)

Il Papa Benito e i preservativi. Il Vaticano si è sempre opposto a l'uso del preservativo come forma di contraccezione... sara' perché abusare i chierichetti senza preservativo non lascia incinti?


By Admin (from 24/11/2010 @ 14:00:19, in en - Video Alert, read 1794 times)

The Vatican has played down the importance of Pope Benedict's remarks appearing to temper the opposition of the Roman Catholic Church to condoms.

The Vatican spokesman said the pontiff's comments were not "revolutionary", but added it was the first time Pope Benedict had commented on the issue informally.

The Pope made clear in his view condoms were no answer to the Aids pandemic.

But he said their use could sometimes be justified in exceptional cases.

Vatican spokesman Fr Federico Lombardi said the Pope was speaking about "an exceptional situation" in one of the interviews in the book Light of the World: The Pope, the Church and the Signs of the Times, which is being published on Tuesday.

"The Pope considered an exceptional situation in which the exercise of sexuality is a real danger to the life of another," said Fr Lombardi.

Benedict used the specific example of a male prostitute using a condom to illustrate his apparent shift in position.



By Admin (from 26/11/2010 @ 11:00:56, in en - Video Alert, read 2541 times)

J.D. asks out a girl in the MRI machine, and she turns out to be hot. On their date, J.D. stares at the girl, but the date ends with Dr. Cox paging J.D. back to the hospital. Then at the cafeteria, J.D. stares at Alex, the girl he asked out. They say that they can always have a date here, but Alex wants a date that ends with either a kiss or breakfast the morning after. Turk andCarla are having a sexual problem. Elliot knows something is bothering Carla, but Carla is reluctant to confide in Elliot. Turk wants to tell J.D. about the problem but J.D. is busy trying to diagnose one of his patients. Dr. Kelso makes Dr. Cox do rounds, and during rounds Dr. Cox tells the interns not to let Dr. Kelso scare them.


J.D. finally diagnoses his patient, and he and Dr. Cox work late treating him. J.D. shows up 80 minutes late for his date with Alex to find that she has already left. J.D. tries to say sorry for last night but Alex dumps him. Carla finally tells Elliot that she didn't have an orgasm while having sex with Turk. Elliot tells Carla that she (Elliot) has sabotaged a lot of relationships by never talking things out with the guy that she's seeing. Dr. Kelso does rounds and finds that the interns are no longer afraid of him, no matter how hard he tries to scare them. Even Ted is no longer afraid of him.


J.D. later finds Alex on a date with another guy, and he begs for a second chance, but she declines. Carla tells Turk that she worries about the future. Turk tells Carla that he doesn't, and he says that is why they are perfect: he keeps them present in the moment, and she keeps an eye out for things ahead. Dr. Cox provokes Dr. Kelso. They get into an argument and the old order is restored. J.D. gets paged to "turn around" and Alex is there with a picnic basket. They kiss and have a romantic picnic dinner on the floor in the hospital.

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By Admin (from 27/11/2010 @ 11:00:19, in en - Video Alert, read 2807 times)

J.D. is enamored with his new girlfriend Alex, but they haven't had sex yet. Alex says she is ready, but first Turk and later Elliot interrupt just as J.D. and Alex start to get passionate. Dr. Kelso and Carla become friends while he drives her to work. At Carla's behest, Turk tries to become friends with Dr. Cox and they wind up on the same pee schedule. After some Percocet goes missing, Elliot accuses a recovering addict patient, while Alex defends him, putting J.D. in the middle. J.D. accuses Elliot of being jealous and tells her she had a chance with him, but she blew it. Elliot is hurt, even shouldering him at work.

In the end, Carla discovers that Dr. Kelso does what makes him happy and doesn't care what other people think, and this hits home when he drives through a puddle, splashing her rather than picking her up. Dr. Cox and Turk come to an understanding about Dr. Cox's crush on Carla. J.D. learns that Alex is the true thief, and when he apologizes to Elliot for accusing her of being jealous, she admits she was jealous. She then advances on him and they make out.

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By Admin (from 28/11/2010 @ 11:00:09, in en - Video Alert, read 1617 times)

After spending an entire day together in bed, J.D. and Elliot decide to keep their rendezvous between them so gossip doesn't start. While talking about Elliot, J.D. tells The Todd that he should ask her out. She is repulsed by him, and J.D. uses it as a move to get her to make out in a supply closet, stairwell, rooftop, patient's room, and elevator. When Dr. Cox catches them kissing, he lets them know that everybody already knows and nobody cares. A week later J.D. makes a joke about sex with Elliot in front of Carla and Turk and Elliot gets upset and walks away from lunch. Yet another week later J.D. makes a joke and Elliot complains about him laughing at himself and calls him "not funny". At the bowling alley they have an argument and are sad that their relationship is not as perfect as Turk and Carla's. When Dr. Cox is ranting at Elliot about a mistake she made J.D. sides with Dr. Cox, further infuriating Elliot. This leads to an argument in the break room about J.D. worrying too much about getting people to like him. J.D. points out he has friends and she really doesn't. And Elliot walks out on him and the relationship.


Throughout the episode we see parts of the first day they spent in bed together. At 11:59pm they talk about how they think their relationship is going to be great.


Meanwhile, the entire Sacred Heart staff must be evaluated by a psychiatrist because Dr. Kelso signed them all up. They reveal why they wanted to become doctors, or nurses, and their feelings on love. Dr. Kelso talks about his wife, Dr. Cox talks about how he wanted to become a doctor "for the same four reasons everybody does: chicks, power, money and chicks",Turk and Carla talk about each other, and in the end J.D. and Elliot separately talk about relationships, sex, and how they are not in a relationship.

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By Admin (from 29/11/2010 @ 13:00:41, in en - Video Alert, read 2255 times)


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By Admin (from 30/11/2010 @ 13:00:59, in en - Video Alert, read 2941 times)


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