Scrubs (2001)

4 mistakes in My Sacrificial Clam

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My Sacrificial Clam - S1-E21

Continuity mistake: After JD has done the "Eliott got some booty" song they both walk through a door, a patient in a red dressing gown then walks past. He wasn't there before they started walking and wouldn't have had been able to get there in that amount of time.


My Sacrificial Clam - S1-E21

Continuity mistake: As Dr Cox is talking to J.D. towards the end of the episode and telling him that he won't let him treat the patient he traded, Dr Cox is putting on his white overcoat. If you look at his collar on the right side it is a little crumpled and not quite straight. The next shot we see over his shoulder and the collar has straightened out. The following shot it returns back to being crumpled up a bit.

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My Sacrificial Clam - S1-E21

Continuity mistake: A patient in a red dressing gown is walking around the background when JD is teasing Eliott. He is seen twice but wouldn't have been in the second shot with the direction he was walking and in the time taken for the shot.


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Trivia: The picture of the lady in Ted's office is his real-life mother.


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Question: Does anyone know if Robert Maschio's (The Todd) 'DOC' tattoo is real? If so, is there any known meaning behind it?

Answer: No, it was a fake, they used a stamp.

It is real.

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