If you're desperate, we're lucky: this is a city hospital, there are plenty of heroin addicts who are quite adept at this.
Could be that the TV was broken one day, so she picked up the Bible and thought it was just a darn good read. I've been treating his kid for a week now and we just hit it off, you know. Anyway, I tried to convince myself the reason I didn't come earlier was because of you coming into work drunk; but that's not it. I guess after all this time I still think of you as like this superhero that'll help me out of any situation I'm in. But that's my problem, you know, and I'll deal with that.
" JD and Elliot are confined to Elliot's apartment when they both catch the flu. The pyschologist from 'My Bed Banter & Beyond' returns to ask J. about his life and relationships since their last meeting, and he also has an interesting theory on why J. To clear things up, he asks Elliot to think back to their dating days and assess him.
"Do you think there's some sort of flu monster who controls who feels ill? JD/Elliot A freshly dumped JD begins to doubt his skills in a certain area. Tears ran down his cheeks, and he hurriedly wiped them away, but then he remembered what had happened and that there was no one there to see him cry.
Following last week's episode in the Bahamas, the show has put J. and Elliot (Sarah Chalke) in a pretty good place romantically — but the final three episodes won't be focused on their relationship, creator Bill Lawrence says.