Scrubs

My Big Brother - S2-E6

Trivia: Dr. Cox refers to a patient as "G.O.M.E.R." That term derives from Samuel Shem's book "House of good" and stands for "Get outta my emergency room." It means "a patient who is frequently admitted with complicated but uninspiring and incurable conditions" and has been wildly popularized by the book.

My Fruit Cups - S2-E8

Trivia: When JD has his little fantasy about the OBGYN girls are like being in a sorority, they're wearing little tops with Greek letters on them (like sorority shirts) that are an omega beta and gamma (OBG).

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Carla: You can deny you like her all you want. But, I know for a fact, that every time you guys are done "playing racquetball" or "having a conversation" or whatever it is you crazy kids are calling it, you like nothing more than to just lie next to Jordan and watch her sleep.
Dr. Cox: It would be impossible for me to lie next to Jordan, she sleeps hanging from a ramp in the ceiling, wrapped in a cocoon of her own wings.

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My Cake - S4-E6

Question: What exactly was the point of Cox taping Dan's head to the wall? It just seemed odd and random to me.

Answer: Dan was drinking beer and Cox feared that Dan might get so intoxicated he would fall asleep and drown in the tub.

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