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Season 6

MY MIRROR IMAGE - Episode 118
The shock of Kim's pregnancy is starting to settle in and J.D. is freaking out. He tries to reach Turk, who has changed his ring tone to "Livin' La Vida Loca," but he doesn't pick up. Panicked, J.D. flees to Las Vegas and runs into the Blue Man Group. Turk ends up rescuing him at the Las Vegas Police Station. J.D. reveals to Turk that the two of them didn't have actually have sex. Since J.D. didn't have a condom, he didn't want to go all the way. There was physical contact, but no actual penetration, just a little spillage. Ironically, they didn't have sex because they were worried about getting pregnant. Kim is eager to talk about their plans going forward, but J.D. has mixed feelings. When she tries to get together with him, he tells her that he can't handle this right now. He later realizes that he can handle things and stops by Kim's house to discuss their next steps. Dr. Cox realizes that he needs to manage his anger better now that he and Jordan are expecting another child. TV-14

MY BEST FRIEND'S BABY'S BABY AND MY BABY'S BABY - Episode 119
While talking with Kim about their baby options, Turk calls J.D. on his cell phone - Carla is in labor! J.D. sprints to Turk's apartment. Carla and Elliot are sitting calmly on the couch while Turk is frantically trying to get the suitcase and other items together. Their scrambling is accompanied by an entire collegiate drum line. At the hospital, Elliot is by Carla's side, acting more or less like a coach, while Turk is pushed to the side. He did try to set up a video camera to shoot streaming video of the delivery so Carla's relatives in Chicago could see it, but that idea didn't work out too well. Todd, Dr. Kelso and Janitor managed to pick-up the feed and were watching as the camera zoomed in on Carla's vagina. Turk notices that Carla can see herself, all of herself, on the monitor and goes to tackle Ted. Turk finally says something to Elliot about taking over the birthing duties from him. She immediately apologizes and steps back. Turk tries to get ice chips for Carla from the ice machine, but his hand gets stuck. Meanwhile, Carla has complications during labor and needs to have a C-section. The baby - Isabella Turk - is delivered safely! J.D. and Kim continue to have tough discussions about their baby, even broaching the "A" word - abortion - and putting together a pro and con list. Nurse Roberts, who's very religious, throws in her two cents about that - Jesus wouldn't like it. Since they technically haven't had sex yet, J.D. suggest they do a test run to see if the relationship is even compatible on that level. Still unable to make a decision, they even attempt to flip a coin. Jordan reveals a secret from her past when she says that she had an abortion when she was nineteen. Dr. Cox's son Jack is starting to say inappropriate things, i.e., calling women "fatty." Jordan urges Cox to stop treating their son like a drinking buddy. TV-14

MY COFFEE - Episode 120
Elliot is bothered by a pesky patient, who also happens to be a doctor, Dr. Turner. Dr. Cox warns her that he'll try to treat himself. Sure enough, he starts to second-guess her comments. Dr. Turner's private physician even schedules a surgical procedure without Elliot's knowledge. She tries to get Turner to change his mind, but he won't budge. She's sure that he will die during the procedure. To be cruel, Dr. Cox plays a joke on her, covering Dr. Turner's body with a sheet, as if he were dead, but thankfully, he isn't. Admiring her chutzpah, Dr. Turner offers Elliot a position in his practice. She would still be able to work at Sacred Heart and make double the money. She mulls it over. Even though it's against policy, J.D. and Turk give medical advice to strangers without going through the proper procedures. To make matters worse, they accepted small cash payments ($20) for "treating" the patients. Sure enough, one guy, the Cotton Candy Man, came to them about a rash. It turns out that he had something much worse, but before they can accurately assess his condition, they find out that he's been shot. J.D. and Kim finally have sex. J.D. is particularly relieved that they are compatible in the bedroom, since the relationship seems to be going well. Now that baby Isabella is here, Carla fantasizes about not returning to work, which sends Turk into a panic. With his impending pregnancy, J.D. is a little freaked out as well. J.D. gets a little more frantic when Kim informs him that she's been offered a job in St. Louis. Dr. Kelso opens a coffee shop in the hospital, which turns out to be very popular. Janitor even makes himself the head barista. TV-14

MY HOUSE - Episode 121
The women at Sacred Heart are facing new life changes. Elliot is off to start her new career in private practice, fortunately for her, her new office is just down the hall. Carla is not quite ready to leave the hospital after giving birth and Kim is deciding whether or not to take the research position in Tacoma for four months. J.D. tries to be a super-devoted boyfriend in the hopes that Kim will miss him too much to leave. Instead, his support makes it easier for her to accept the job. J.D. tries to come up with a Plan B, but he can't think of one. He finally reveals that he doesn't really want her to go. But they get into an argument, which escalates. His resentment of her leaving emerges and he accuses Kim of doing what's best for her instead of what's best for their relationship. She leaves in a huff. J.D. later realizes that he really does want to be supportive of her decision, so he tracks her down at the airport to patch things up. Turk asks Dr. Cox to try and convince Carla to go home because staying in the hospital is becoming too expensive. Unbeknownst to Turk, Carla is exhibiting signs of postpartum depression. Elliot is upset that her closest friends and colleagues, J.D. and Turk haven't properly congratulated her on the new job. J.D. is puzzled why his patient Sarah, a healthy young woman, has serious heart problems. But before her heart can give out, her kidneys start to fail. Channeling Dr. House from the TV series "House," Dr. Cox determines that she suffers from Takosobu Cardiomyopathy, aka "Broken Heart Syndrome," following the recent death of her husband. Another patient is turning orange from eating a combination of too many carrots and too much tomato juice. TV-14

MY FRIEND WITH MONEY - Episode 122
Elliot is enjoying the perks of private practice. One of the many, besides making more money is that she gets to leave work at 5 PM and dump her patients on another doctor, usually Dr. Cox. Things get a little tense between them when he changes the orders on her patient behind her back and accuses her of caring less about them now that she's making big money. To her astonishment, J.D. chimes in agreement. After talking, their friendship is back on track. Elliot even buys J.D. a webcam so he and Kim can see and talk to each other whenever they like. Carla is still experiencing mild post-partum depression, but after discussing it with Turk, they decide not to seek outside help - at least not yet. Later, Carla has to see a lactation specialist because she's having difficulty breast feeding the baby. With some unconventional coaching from Turk, Carla finally gets the baby to latch on. But, later at home, Turk finds their 11-year-old neighbor Bobby holding the baby because Carla needed to escape. He finds her helping customers at the Gap. Turk goes to Dr. Cox for help, who brings in Jordan. She gives Carla some important advice on how to handle her feelings. In order to generate more income, Dr. Kelso attracts wealthier patients by offering them better perks. With a special black American Express card, they can access luxury hospital suites, gourmet meals and tricked-out ambulances. Needing a place to escape from the increasingly pregnant and ravenous Jordon, Dr. Cox hides out in one of the suites. But Dr. Cox isn't totally alone. Janitor decides to hide out with him. Not only that, Janitor has hidden a baby elephant in the room. His side hustle is wrangling circus animals. Wanting the room to himself, Dr. Cox leaks the elephant to Dr. Kelso. Janitor does him one better, by having the elephant delivered to Cox's house, as a gift to his son. The two of them finally come to a truce. TV-14

MY MUSICAL - Episode 123
After spending six weeks at home with her newborn baby Isabella, Carla is pondering whether it's feasible to continue to stay home or return to work. Meanwhile, J.D. has been spending more time with Elliot since his girlfriend Kim took a job out of town. While sitting at a park bench, they notice a woman collapsing. They go to check her out. The words J.D. speaks next come out in song, as does Elliot's. The injured woman, Patti Miller, looks confused. When she speaks, her words come out in song as well. Before they can get any more information from her, Patti goes unconscious again. For a brief moment, back at the hospital, J.D. and Elliot's dialogue returns to normal. But the singing resumes when Patti is loaded off the ambulance and is greeted by Dr. Kelso. Then, J.D., Janitor, Dr. Cox, Turk and Elliot all sing their lines (song: "Welcome to Sacred Heart"). After completing some tests, J.D. and Dr. Cox still haven't determined why Patti collapsed or why she is hearing music. And as soon as J.D. and Turk enter Patti's hospital room, music begins to play and they sing their dialogue (song: "It All Comes Down to Poo"). They inform her that they may find more clues to what's going on with her by examining her poo. In the meantime, Elliot announces that she's bought her first house. Everyone is excited except for J.D., who isn't sure where he'll be living. But Elliot doesn't want to be roommates any more. And then Carla announces that she will be taking a leave of absence to stay at home with the baby (song: "We're Gonna Miss You Carla"). Even though she made the decision, she's not sure it's what she really wants to do. Dr. Cox and J.D. sing while they take Patti into the C.T. room for a CAT scan. Since she hasn't been diagnosed with anything specific, Patti is afraid that she's just going crazy. But finally, they see what's causing the problem - a huge aneurysm is lying in her temporal lobe. Patti becomes very nervous and scared with this news. They perform an operation to remove the tumor. When she awakes from the anesthesia, everything is back to normal, no more singing! Carla decides that she does want to return to work and Elliot realizes that she misses having J.D. as a roommate. TV-14

HIS STORY IV - Episode 124
The hospital staff is excited because it's Carla's first day back since having the baby. Meanwhile we get to hear Dr. Kelso's thoughts in voice over throughout the episode. He has really let go of a lot of responsibility lately. He encounters a new patient, Brian Dancer, an Iraqi war veteran with Hydrocephalus, a brain injury. Brian's presence prompts some very strong pro and anti-war comments from the staff. Dr. Cox and Turk are against the war, Elliot and Nurse Roberts are against it. J.D. is Switzerland, he doesn't make comments either way. Dr. Kelso and Brian actually strike a chord with each other as soldiers since Dr. Kelso was in the Navy. Back in the cafeteria, Dr. Cox, Elliot, Turk and Nurse Roberts get into a heated argument over the war. Elliot finally reveals that she's a Republican. In the midst of the arguing, one of the new interns asks Dr. Kelso for advice about one of her patients having a mild fever. As usual, Dr. Kelso doesn't pay close attention. Left without any direction, the intern does nothing. Dr. Kelso stops by Brian's bed to say hello and notices that he's unconscious. It turns out that the patient the intern was referring to was Brian. Fortunately they are able to stabilize him. Dr. Cox points out that they don't really need Dr. Kelso to get involved in things. This motivates Dr. Kelso to get more involved. Nurse Roberts has been overloaded with work since Carla has been on maternity leave. Dr. Kelso throws on some nurses' scrubs and lends a hand, doing everything from making assignments to working with patients. This version of Dr. Kelso lasts for about a minute, but more importantly, he gets to spend more time with Private Dancer. Determined to be more informed about the war, J.D. reads "The Iraq War for Dummies." TV-14

MY ROAD TO NOWHERE - Episode 125
J.D. organizes a road trip with Elliot, Keith and Carla to visit Kim in Tacoma, Washington. She's having her first ultrasound and J.D. doesn't want to miss it. He was reluctant to go at first since he's still looking for a place to live, but Dr. Cox and Turk convinced him that it was too important a milestone to miss. Everyone tries to pile into the Mini Cooper, but it turns out to be a tight fit. Suddenly, lawyer Ted pulls up behind them in Dr. Kelso's brand spanking new, super-deluxe RV. J.D. and group decide to hijack it. The RV reveals some hidden surprises. Elliot finds a stash of kimonos and Carla discovers a stripper pole in the back. The trip unveils a lot of other surprises, in particular the fact that everyone is starting to get on each other's nerves. Carla is about to have a nervous breakdown because she misses her baby and Janitor suddenly shows up out of nowhere. Not realizing that the RV is actually moving, Janitor steps out the door and ends up rolling on the ground. The RV finally rolls up to Kim's hospital in Washington. J.D. manages to surprise her, but she has an even bigger surprise for him. She has had a miscarriage. This news puts their relationship in a different perspective. After having an all-night conversation on a park bench outside, they decide to end their relationship, be friends and hope their paths cross again. J.D. returns to Sacred Heart very dejected. But what he doesn't know is that Kim lied to him. She didn't lose the baby. Meanwhile, Jordan is about to have her first ultrasound for the new baby she's carrying. Initially, she planned to let Perry find out the sex of the baby with her. But after he reveals some private info to Dr. Turk, she plans for payback instead, making him wait it out until she's ready to tell him. But they have bigger problems to deal with when the ultrasound uncovers an obstruction in the baby's abdomen. They will need to operate as soon as possible. Dr. Cox can't be in the operating room since he's a family member, but Dr. Kelso agrees to let Turk assist in the operation. The operation goes well and Turk finds out that Jordan and Cox are having a girl. This time, Cox gets to deliver the good news to Jordan. TV-14

MY PERSPECTIVE - Episode 126
J.D. is especially depressed now that he and Kim have broken up and he still doesn't have a place to live. And to add to everything else, he's not feeling well. Dr. Cox examines him and determines that he has vasovagal syncope, which means that he could pass out when he poops. Sure enough, he passes out in the bathroom of his next-door neighbors. Turk is a little weary of always being the emotional rock for J.D., so he asks if Carla or Elliot can take over. Carla backs out due to the baby, leaving Elliot. She doesn't want to help either, so Nurse Roberts proposes that they have a bed pan race to decide for them. Turk wins by bumping Elliot over a railing into the bushes. After a patient injures herself in the hospital and sues, Dr. Kelso advises the doctors to lie to their patients in some instances. Dr. Kelso overhears Turk telling Private Brian Dancer that there's a chance that he could die during surgery. Kelso would have preferred that Turk not mention the risks. Turk's honesty costs him a surgery when he honestly tells Brian that he was just an average student. Brian doesn't want to be operated on by an "average" doctor. Fortunately for Turk, Brian has short-term memory problems, so he doesn't remember their initial conversation. Turk tells him that he wouldn't operate on him if he didn't think he was the man for the job. J.D. manages to get himself arrested for drunk driving. He actually has to spend a little time in jail before Carla arrives to bail him out. He finally gets sick of hearing about his own self-pitying ways and vows to be better. TV-14

MY THERAPEUTIC MONTH - Episode 127
J.D. is working with Iraq war veteran, Brian Dancer, on physical therapy exercises while his brain injury heals. J.D. enjoys getting to know him, but he is more excited about working with the attractive physical therapist, Anne. He wants to ask her out, but he's a little gun shy since his break-up with Kim. J.D. goes so far as to lie to Brian about dating Anne. He finally gets the courage to ask her out, but Anne turns him down flat. Meanwhile, Turk breaks his arm while playing around with the ceiling fan in J.D.'s new apartment. He hopes to get some paid medical leave, but instead, Dr. Kelso makes him a temporary resident. His supervisor is Dr. Cox, who gives him a hard time like he does the rest of the residents. Keith moves in with Elliot. It's her way of testing the marriage waters. Things seemingly start off well, but quickly deteriorate. Elliot won't let Keith do anything in the apartment. Things go from bad to worse. Carla even tries to reason with them. Later, Elliot and Keith end up making out - things are back to normal. TV-14

MY NIGHT TO REMEMBER - Episode 128
A patient is admitted to Sacred Heart having tried to commit suicide. He wakes with amnesia which gets J.D., Elliot, Turk, Carla, Dr. Cox, Dr. Kelso and the Janitor talking about what it would be like to lose all of your memories. From there we travel back with JD through his daydreams. At first JD doesn't want to tell the patient how he lost his memory, but in the end Elliot lets the guy know after getting a speech from Dr. Cox. TV-14

MY FISHBOWL - Episode 129
Private Brian Dancer is finally being released. Everyone is sad to see him go, but happy that he's recovering. But before he leaves the hospital, they find him unconscious in his room. After Elliot finds a note from the Army informing Brian that his request to be reinstated was denied, they determine that he may have tried to commit suicide. Being in the Army was his life. While the doctors discuss their options, Brian wakes up and responds that he didn't take too many pills, he probably just got mixed up on which ones to take. While pretending to be unconscious, Brian heard the mini-conversations between the doctors: J.D. still accusing Turk of sleeping with a high school girlfriend; Turk needing to fart; Carla not admitting that she switched the photo of Dr. Cox that hangs by patients' beds; Carla's jokes not being funny. Brian tells them he won't admit to what really happened unless the rest of them admit the truth to each other. Elliot then drops a bombshell that she once attempted commit suicide when she was 16 years old. Then Carla mentions that she has also dealt with depression since giving birth. Soon, everyone is chiming in with their worst life experiences. Brian still denies doing anything to harm himself and wants to be checked out. Dr. Cox gives him the name of a therapist. Brian resists taking it at first, but then does when Dr. Cox goes on a rant about how much effort everyone has put into his recovery and that at least he could get help for their sakes. He is just outside the hospital when Elliot catches up to him, she noticed that he threw away the therapists phone number. Brian is still not convinced that he needs help, but Elliot tries to explain to him that it won't do any harm. He's still caught up with who he used to be. Elliot tells him that she likes the man he is now and so will other people. TV-14

MY SCRUBS - Episode 130
Dr. Kelso's is worried about his homeless friend Maggie. Her foot is turning gangrenous, so he brings her into the hospital to have it checked out. Since she doesn't have insurance, the staff works extra hard to make sure she's taken care of. J.D. and Turk determine that she'll need an operation to remove some of the dead tissue. Her surgery doesn't happen because Turk is afraid that he'll get fired if Dr. Kelso learns they operated on an uninsured patient. Kelso already took away their scrubs, replacing them with ugly brown ones, when he suspected everyone was stealing them, so they are extra-paranoid. Kelso realizes that trust works both ways, so he restores their scrubs and Turk operates successfully on Maggie's foot. Janitor tries to blackmail Carla with the fake Rowdy, but she comes clean to J.D. and Turk about the switcheroo with the stuffed dogs. Elliot wants to believe that a former drug addict patient has finally stayed clean when he returns to the hospital as a drug counselor. Dr. Cox is skeptical, but ultimately doesn't want to kill Elliot's faith in people. TV-14

MY NO GOOD REASON - Episode 131
J.D. and Turk are extremely happy that Isabella's new nanny is a very attractive girl. Turk tries to hide his attraction to the new nanny from Carla but fails after she catches him watching footage of Heather on the NannyCam. In order for Turk to not be attracted to her, he asks J.D. to take Heather out on a date. Unfortunately, they fail to hit it off, and Carla fires Heather. She and Turk later discover that Heather was actually a racist thief. Elliot smuggles a patient's dog into the hospital to cheer her up and ends up in hot water with Dr. Kelso. Meanwhile, Dr. Cox enters into a debate with Nurse Roberts as to whether everything is part of a greater plan, but he eventually acknowledges her need to believe as she does. He is stunned the next day to discover that she has been in a car accident on the way to work and is now in a non-responsive coma. The episode ends with Dr. Cox staring through the window of the unconscious Laverne's hospital room, as the words "To Be Continued..." appear. TV-14

MY LONG GOODBYE - Episode 132
Nurse Laverne Roberts is in a coma and the hospital staff doesn't know if she will wake up. Everybody starts saying goodbye to her, but Carla tells everyone not to say goodbye, because she still hopes for Laverne to pull through. She starts imagining Laverne talking to her, and will not accept that she most likely will die. Meanwhile, Dr. Cox trusts in J.D. that he doesn't want people to know of his daughter's birth because it will be associated with Laverne's death, but word gets out and Jordan becomes suspicious because the people she cares about have not congratulated her. Carla, with the help of her imaginary Laverne, learns that she must say goodbye to the people she cares for before she loses her chance. She goes into the hospital room and gives a teary farewell to Laverne, who then finally passes away. Everyone except J.D. goes to the bar to suppress their grief and toast Laverne, but Jordan is still in the hospital waiting for everyone to show up. Out of desperation she declares J.D. the child's godfather and agrees to name her baby Jennifer. TV-14

MY WORDS OF WISDOM - Episode 133
Everyone is trying to adjust to Laverne's death and the birth of Dr. Cox and Jordan's baby girl, ironically named Jennifer Dylan - J.D. for short. Later, everyone gathers at the church for Laverne's funeral. Carla cries on Turk's shoulder, while Dr. Cox stares ahead stoically. Back at the hospital, folks return to their normal routine, which upsets Carla. In the meantime, J.D. and Turk encounter a father, Mr. Frances and his son, Timothy, who are both deaf. The son has stomach pains. Since neither J.D. nor Turk know sign language they scour the hospital looking for a translator. It turns out that Janitor is the only one who can help them. Even with Janitor signing for them, they are no closer to finding out what is wrong with Timothy. They finally diagnose Timothy as having a mild case of gastroenteritis, but when J.D. finally receives Timothy's medical records, he notices that his hearing condition can possibly be corrected with a cochlear implant. After Janitor signs the message J.D. and Turk want to deliver, they are shocked when Mr. Frances declines their invitation to fix Timothy's hearing. Janitor signs repeatedly to get Mr. Frances to change his mind, but to no success. Dr. Cox suggests that they try to track down the mother and get her permission for the surgery. They do obtain it and proceed with the surgery. But right before Timothy is about to go in, Janitor brings up the point that maybe his father didn't want him to have the surgery because it's the only connection they had. Turk and J.D. re-think doing the surgery. Elliot and Keith are going through a relationship crisis. He thinks she doesn't care as much about the relationship as he does. Based on her responses to his questions, he assumes he's made the right decision to end the relationship. Later, Elliot realizes that she keeps her emotions closed up because she's afraid of being hurt again. She decides to tell Keith that she loves him, he is very happy. Carla realizes that even though she's gone, Laverne's influence is still with them. TV-14

THEIR STORY - Episode 134
This episode features the perspectives and voice-overs of Jordan, the Todd and Ted the Lawyer. Since Dr. Kelso won't agree to a salary increase, Carla and the other nurses start a work slow-down. With Ted's help and some financial persuasion, Dr. Kelso changes his mind and gives the nurses their raises. Elliot and Keith have solidified their relationship by saying their "I love you's" and buying a stripper pole for the house. The Todd has finally found his calling as a plastic surgeon. His favorite procedure is doing breast augmentation. Turk objects to Todd doing a procedure on a 16-year-old girl. He goes as far as talking to Todd's supervisor, who vows to blackball Turk if he continues meddling in his department. After hearing directly from the patient, Turk backs off. Jordan's meanness is soaring to new heights. She can't seem to find happiness in anything. She takes particular pleasure in watching Elliot trying to get what she wants from Keith, now that she's said I love you. After Keith cancels movie night to go play poker with the boys, Jordan gives Elliot a tip. If he messes with her, she should mess with him. When Elliot doesn't show for their usual coffee break get-together, Jordan wonders what damage she may have caused. She later tells Elliot that she's always been vulnerable around love and that she shouldn't ever listen to her. TV-14

MY TURF WAR - Episode 135
Elliot's former sorority sister Melody O'Harra (Kerri Russell) has come to visit. She now works as a hotel reviewer for Travelocity.com and she's single. Later, Melody and J.D. are at the bar, waiting for Elliot to arrive. To kill time, they start making out. When they finally come up for air, after J.D. lets out a moan, Melody remarks that how great it is that Elliot is a big-time doctor. J.D. responds that Elliot thought it was weird that Melody hasn't changed since college, creating an awkward moment when Elliot arrives. Instead of having a fun-filled night, Melody decides to go home. Even though their conversations are strained, Elliot doesn't really know why Melody is acting the way she is. After having lunch earlier in the day, Melody leaves town. J.D. is too afraid to admit his part in their troubles. Since Melody has left and Keith is still out of town, Elliot and J.D. go out for drinks. Melody surprisingly shows up. When Melody recounts the conversation she had with J.D. about the changes in their lives, Elliot adds on the complimentary part that J.D. left off. Both ladies turn on him and J.D. makes a hasty exit. Feeling guilty about causing the rift between Elliot and Melody, J.D. confides to Elliot that he wishes they spent more time together. Later that night, Keith arrives home with a big surprise for Elliot. (To be continued.) TV-14

MY COLD SHOWER - Episode 136
Elliot is overwhelmed with Keith's marriage proposal, but since the actual proposal didn't go according to her plans, she makes plans to re-stage it for her friends. College friend Melody sticks around for the celebration. J.D. isn't sure what his feelings should be. Everyone at the hospital consoles him. Melody meanwhile, realizes that she is the only sorority sister that's still single. Feeling a little lonely, she invites J.D. to join her while she reviews a new hotel. He declines at first, because he's still dealing with the fact that they made out at the bar, but then changes his mind. He meets Melody at the hotel room. They hang out and talk, and then J.D. makes his move on her. When he tries to go further, she stops all activity. But they make out again later at the hospital. In fantasy sequences, each of the characters - J.D., Janitor, Dr. Cox, Turk, Dr. Kelso and even Carla - pretend they are married to Elliot. Later, everyone gathers at the bar for Elliot and Keith's engagement party. Elliot enters the room with a fake surprise face. Melody questions J.D. about his urgency in wanting to make out with her. He doesn't admit it to her, but deep down he knows that he should be proposing to Elliot, not Keith. TV-14

MY CONVENTIONAL WISDOM - Episode 137
Elliot decides to have her wedding in two months, with Carla as the maid of honor. She later begins to question whether she's getting married for the right reasons. Hoping to get his mind off the wedding, J.D. joins Turk at a surgical conference in Phoenix. They run into Dr. Kelso and rapper Young MC, who is now a pharmaceutical rep, at the convention. J.D. is surprised to find that Kim (Elizabeth Banks) is one of the lecturers. To add to the shock, she's visibly pregnant. Later in the bar, Kim admits to J.D. that she was afraid that he only wanted to be with her because of the pregnancy, so she lied about the miscarriage. They arrange to meet later, but J.D. never shows. Determined to get some answers, Kim shows up at Sacred Heart to confront J.D. about leaving before they've resolved anything. To be continued. TV-14

MY RABBIT - Episode 138
Father-to-be J.D. invites mother-to-be Kim to move in with him so that they can raise their child together. Elsewhere, Carla helps Eliot plan for her upcoming wedding, while the Janitor and the "Brain Trust" vow to make Keith the perfect husband-to-be. TV-14

MY POINT OF NO RETURN - Episode 139
The wedding doesn't seem meant to be, when at the baptism for Dr. Cox's daughter the father-to-be and the bride-to-be begin to contemplate the paths they have chosen and question whether or not they were the ones that were meant for each other all along. Elsewhere, Turk learns that life changes when you become a father. TV-14

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