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My Last Day

‘My Last Day’

Season 1, Episode 24 - Aired May 21, 2002

On their last day as interns, J.D., Turk and Elliot aim to show they're not jaded by the experience of their first year by going to bat for a patient.

Quote from Dr. Cox

Dr. Cox: This is the closest I've come to not hating myself after sleeping with you.
Jordan: Oh, you're just saying that.
Dr. Cox: Actually, I'm not. I- We connected. What's wrong with you?
Jordan: Nothing. I guess I was just thinking of a guy I kind of like.
Dr. Cox: Let me guess. Let me guess. He is an arrogant, self-hating narcissist who just needs to be loved.
Jordan: Yeah, pretty much.
Dr. Cox: Nobody better.


Quote from Dr. Cox

Jordan: Hey, stud? Thank you for not asking me to help on the Mr. Bober thing.
Dr. Cox: I would've, but it would've been pointless. Turns out, you're a very predictable woman there, Jordan.
Jordan: Please.
Dr. Cox: I know you. You're gonna walk into that boardroom tonight all tall and strong, and then you're gonna sit back and just pray that nobody asks your opinion. I mean, I'm sure you probably think that your little visits here are a spontaneous surprise, but did you ever wonder why the only two candles that I own are already lit when you walk in that door? I mean, doll, I hate to tell you this, but I don't walk around all day with cologne down in my engine room. [chuckles] I'm not that guy.
Jordan: Some people like reliability.
Dr. Cox: In a sedan, it turns out it's terrific. Cheers. Here's the good news, however. Turns out it's never too late to turn the whole thing around.
Jordan: Really?
Dr. Cox: All you gotta do is stir it up a little bit.
Jordan: Stir it up?
Dr. Cox: Stir it right the hell up.
Jordan: I'll try to remember that.
Dr. Cox: So, I'm guessing I'll be seeing you in about 11 days, right? Probably at the exact same time. Don't forget to stir it up, baby.

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