Top 10 Best Scrubs Episodes
Easily the best Scrubs episode ever, though My Lunch and My Finale are great, too. The final scene is simply beautiful. I'll never forget that phrase, "where do you think we are? " And Dr. Cox's face when he realizes that he's at a funeral for Ben.
Still get goosebumps after watching the final scene for the fourth time
This should at least be #2 for the psychologic breakdown of JD, and its one of the hopeful:Grim episode
To see someone as strong, as confidant, and as knowledgeable as Dr. Cox having a breakdown was definitely one of the darkest moment in the series. What makes this episode even better is that it shows that sometimes it takes moments of failure (like the death of the three patients) to truly grow as a person.
One of the funniest and saddest episodes. This probably isn't the episode I would use to introduce Scrubs to people, but avid watchers of the show must realize how brilliant this episode is. This is most definitely better than My Finale (which is also a brilliant episode. )
Best one! It has death, suspense, humor, tragedy, anger, and The Fray!
It may not be the best episode, but it is by far the saddest.
A powerful episode overshadowed by My Finale. It's a tearjerker, and personal episode for J.D. and Turk. Glynn Turman as George drives it all to its final conclusion.
Pay attention and this episode is much deeper and meaningful than you might realize. Sad that things like this happen everyday
Easily the best episode ending is great (with a great song) Really grips you in. this show can make you laugh and cry in the same episode
This episode of scrubs is one of the saddest episodes. It also has an amazing perspective on death
Most emotional ending to a T.V. show ever. I cried so hard knowing that it was the end of scrubs and the book of love playing while JD is looking at his future is very moving. And if you watched every episode of every season in order, then the part when he's seeing everyone who had a part in his life walking down the hall just touches your heart. Simply amazing.
That episode always gets me. It is not in line with the general scrubs spirit through the show, but it shows the most beautiful end of a T.V. show I've ever seen.
Loved the simply beautiful ending where the future could be anything. It stayed true to the characters and Peter Gabriel's 'Book of Love' as the end song was so moving
OH MY GOD this one was so hard to watch. I think they should have let the show die.
P.S. was Kim in the line of past/present people from the show. I hope not.
Not many great television sitcoms deal with such moving stories as early on as Scrubs did. It was so beautifully done that the ending with John Cale's Hallelujah, is such a thought provoking and devastating episode.
The show dealt with death in such a classy way from the beginning...
This was the original multi-storyline humor/emotional scrubs episode
It's guy love between two-o guys! HAHA! For the win my friends, for the win!
I guess I came over here to tell you how proud of you I am. Not because you did the best you could for those patients... but because after 20 years of being a doctor, when things go badly, you still take it this hard. And I gotta tell you man, I mean, that's the kind of doctor I want to be
The best one with the most depth.
A really cool introduction to the series.
The old ones were so good...
Easily the best episode of the series. Deeply emotional and uplifting and really brought everyone together. Beautifully done.
A complete up and down of emotions, one scene you're crying, the next your laughing... tears the whole way through. Incredible script writing and screen play by far makes this my favourite episode of Scrubs.
Do you see what you get, Carla?
Do you see what you get when you mess with the warior!
One of the only episodes that made season 6 actually funny.
Anything with Colin Hay in it has to be good! When Cox smashes his guitar; "I have other songs! "
I just like the guitar music played while JD looks at his patient in the OR and the patient dies. It is a sad song, but still it moves you to know that just like that life is that fragile. Cherish it for you'll never know when your time will come.
Should definitely be top 10. The ending scene with the song is amazing
This episode aired the day I was born.
The one episode that shows that even the janitor have feelings and that he too, wants to make a difference