Wednesday, April 25, 2007


I have an undying love for Scrubs. On the Internet Movie Database (or you can get great information about the cast, crew, trivia, etc. I've compiled some quotes that I wish I heard, or could use, at my work place.

Elliot: Sir, my father cut me off...

Dr. Kelso: Dr. Reid, this is not Bring Your Problems to Work Day. This is just Work Day.

Dr. Cox: Let me introduce you to, A Man Who Doesn't Care.

Ted: And you know what else? I quit!

Dr. Kelso: No you don't!

Ted: Well I'm leaving early today!

Dr. Kelso: No, you're not! You're coming back to my office to do busy work!

Ted: Fine, but I'm getting a soda first!

Dr. Kelso: Whatever.

Chris Turk: Babe, you gotta understand. A guy will sleep with any woman he finds attractive, no matter how he feels about her. If Tyra Banks drove her car over my mom and then offered to have sex with me, I'd have to dial 9-1-1 in the nude because my pants would already be off!

Elliot: Well isn't that just the pickle on the giant crap sandwich that is my day.

Dr. Cox: They hate you Bob. They hate from the bottom of your hooves to the top of your pitchfork. They hate you. By God, they hate you good.

Dr. Kelso: [threateningly, to Nurse Roberts, who is chuckling] What is so funny?

Nurse Roberts: Oh just the hooves and pitchfork part. [much more threateningly] Why?

Dr. Kelso: [Frightened] Uh, no reason.

Julie Keaton: This drug is the best one on the market. The only side effects are nause, impotence and anal leakage.

Dr. Cox: And, I'm getting two out of three, just from having this conversation.

Dr. Kelso: Perry.

Dr. Cox: BeelzeBob.

Dr. Kelso: Hey, guess what has two thumbs and *still* doesn't give a crap? [Points at his face with his thumbs] Bob Kelso! I think we've met...

Ted: I feel I'd be more productive if my phone dialed out.

Carla: Christopher!

Chris Turk: Christopher? You only call me Christopher when you're mad or when we're having sex... Baby, are you mad when we're having sex?

Carla: Sometimes.

Dr. Kelso: Come here, Tom.

Ted: Actually, it's Ted. But hey, it's only been twelve years. (Wait I have heard this one!)

Fair warning, you can spend hours poking around in IMDb.


Page Smith said...

That's great!

I have a funny insult to add. I was watching "Footlight Parade," a film from 1933.

A friend of the secretary moved in with the secretary until the friend could find a job. (Bear with me.) While the friend was looking for a job, she tried to steal the secretary's boyfriend.

The secretary found out and while in the process of physically throwing the friend out, they had this conversation:

Friend: You can't throw me out! It's 3am! How am I supposed to live?

Secretary: As long as there are streets, you'll always have a job!

Prahagirl said...

I *heart* Scrubs. :) Great fun of a show. :)