The Devil Wears Scrubs (Dr. Jane McGill #1) by Freida McFaddenNewly minted doctor Jane McGill is in hell.
Not literally, of course. But between her drug addict patients, sleepless nights on call, and battling wits with the sadistic yet charming Sexy Surgeon, Jane can’t imagine an afterlife much worse than her first month of medical internship at County Hospital.
And then there’s the devil herself: Jane’s senior resident Dr. Alyssa Morgan. When Alyssa becomes absolutely hell-bent on making her new interns pay tenfold for the deadly sin of incompetence, Jane starts to worry that she may not make it through the year with her soul or her sanity still intact.
My Soul on Fire: Part 1
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Janitor invites the Sacred Heart staff to his wedding in the Bahamas on short notice just for the gifts, and J. All the couples who went to the Bahamas undergo relationship problems. When Elliot reminds him that it is their seventh year anniversary of their first kiss , J. After Leonard retrieves it, Elliot tells him that they don't need to sweat the small stuff because they know what to expect in their relationship. Later, at the cafeteria, everyone receives invitations for the Janitor 's wedding in the Bahamas. Elliot is upset that he is getting married before she is.
Janitor's fake-wedding makes for a solid, funny episode. Janitor's former lover who cheated on him with a mop, Todd high-fiving Lloyd's cut-out, the return of Leonard, the hook-handed security guard who lost his hand reaching inside an ice machine a running gag that hasn't been killed yet , JD pretending not to be touched by the wedding invite, "that man really hates traditional doors," Elliot's "shut up" after she spits out the donut, the upstairs-downstairs. These were great jokes, all in the first five minutes. Scrubs is better when it lands a few jokes first before getting into the episode. It lives and dies on that, with a few exceptions. Whether or not that's an indication that the writing is better or that it's just been inconsistent over the years, I can't say, but this episode was very funny to start. And to no surprise, this turned out to be one of the better episodes of the season.
A couple of twists and a nice way to end the two-parter.
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