Corrected entry: The donor recipients all crash dramatically after the doctors discover the donor which all the organs came from had rabies. However rabies has a long incubation period, patients take days to die involving seizures and frothing at the mouth before complete organ failure takes place. The deaths of these 3 patients was not the kind of death caused by rabies.
Corrected entry: Turk and Carla are married by the patient who is also a priest. It is just the three of them in the patient's room. For a wedding ceremony to be legal, at least two witnesses are needed to see the marriage. This is a marriage requirement in most states.
Corrected entry: There is a scene where Carla and Turk have just arrived by cab to the hospital. Turk and J.D. see each other and Carla tells Turk "go ahead" and he runs off leaving Carla standing in front of their luggage. A few seconds later J.D. and Turk run past each other in the hospital in front of Carla, who is now magically wearing scrubs and holding a chart.
Corrected entry: Turk tells JD he hasn't noticed Kim because she wears a wedding ring. He then goes on to cite that she was there during his first day and at Ben's funeral. It then shows clips of these two scenes. In his "first day" scene taken from the pilot episode, Kim is shown between JD and Carla as JD is celebrating, but was absent from this scene in the first episode. During Ben's funeral, Kim is shown sitting behind and between JD and Dr. Cox, which is a seat taken by Carla during the actual scene.
Corrected entry: In the scene where JD plays Death in connect four, Death wins with a diagonal connect four. There were 6 black pieces and 8 red pieces. Based on normal connect four rules, no matter who starts the game, the game will always end with the same number used for each color.
Corrected entry: As JD gets on his scooter to go see Molly, he makes an action as if the bike has a kick start, but when the bike falls over after he runs into the wall, there is no kick start. That model bike has an electric start, although JD might like to make it look like his has one.
Corrected entry: JD asks Elliot how she manages her good looks. She then has a flashback that starts with her alarm clock buzzing at 5:00. When she presses the button for the alarm to stop, we can see another time (9:35) - the alarm setting time. The time was 5:00, but the alarm was set for 9:35, so there was no way it was going to buzz at 5:00.
Corrected entry: At one point, it is revealed that the Janitor's name in the show is Neil Flynn (the actor's name), and J.D. sees him in a bit part he played in the Harrison Ford movie "The Fugitive." So, in essence, while everyone else are fictional characters, Neil Flynn is playing himself - as a sadistic janitor.