The series depicts life in a big, city hospital(Sacred Heart Hospital), as seen through the eyes of a group of interns fresh out of medical school. J.D., a young attending physician is the main character who develops a close friendship with fellow intern and attending physician Elliot Reid. Dr.Reid is driven by a neurotic desire to prove her abilities to her parents, her peers and herself. J.D.'s best friend is Dr.Christopher Duncan Turk who is a talented surgical attending physician. Dr.Turk eventually marries Carla Espina, the hospital's head nurse.
Staffel: 3; Episode: 12; 2/10/2004
I have distinctive uncontrollable very annoying OCD, and it gets worse when my seizures are worse. Touching everything, walking in and out of rooms, stepping on certain parts of the floor... (if you've ever seen that episode of 'scrubs' where one of the doctors is OCD, that's me in a nutshell). The docs don't seem to care of any connection to the epi and say to just deal pretty much. e.e http://www.epilepsyfoundation.org/efforums/forum/messageview.cfm?catid=22&threadid=56950&enterthread=y
From IMdB List of quotes for "Scrubs": [to a teen who has stopped taking her epilepsy medication] If this continues, you will be dead. And I'm not talking about the "Oh my God, if I don't get invited to the prom, I'm going to die" type of dead - I'm talking dead dead. Is that clear enough for you?
Jedermann fiebert der Ankunft Dr. Kevon Casey's entgegen. Der leidet an OCD (obsessive compulsive disorder). J.D. findet es seltsam, dass er damit seinen Arztberuf ausüben kann. Es wird deutlich, dass Dr. Cox schon immer eifersüchtig auf Casey war.