J.D. Quote #37

Quote from J.D. in My Old Lady

J.D.: Come on, Carla's your girlfriend, Elliot's my friend.
Turk: Dude, trust me. Don't get involved.
Carla: She's from El Barrio, she must not like music.
Elliot: All I'm saying is, classical music isn't for everyone.
Carla: Oh, so because I didn't grow up with a nanny changing my Vera Wang-diapers...
J.D.: [sighs]
Carla: You got something to say?
J.D.: Well, yes, frankly. I think you're being condescending and you're being overly sensitive.
[Carla and Elliot start yelling at J.D.]
J.D.: Excuse me for a second, just one second.
[fantasy: J.D. rewinds time to before he intervened]
Carla: She's from El Barrio, she must not like music.
Elliot: All I'm saying is, classical music isn't for everyone.
Carla: Oh, so because I didn't grow up with a nanny changing my Vera Wang-diapers...
J.D.: [sighs]
Carla: You got something to say?
J.D.: [v.o.] Nope. Not this time.
J.D.: Well, yes. Frankly, I think you're being condescending and you're being overly sensitive. [Carla and Elliot start yelling at J.D.] Dammit!

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‘My Old Lady’ Quotes

Quote from Dr. Cox

Dr. Cox: What now, Dr. Barbie?
Elliot: Mrs. Guerrero is a forty-year-old lupus patient who presented with a shortness of breath so I started her on a heparin drip and ordered a VQ scan. I just wanted to run that by you.
Dr. Cox: One. Two. Three.
Elliot: So, shall I continue with heparin-
Dr. Cox: It's really important that you let me get to ten.
Elliot: I just thought-
Dr. Cox: Listen, cookie. You've been here over a month. This is Medicine 101. I don't want everything little run by me. I don't wanna give my two cents' worth. But if you ever do want to know my opinion, rest assured it will always be that you're an incredible pain and every time I see your Kewpie-Doll face it just makes me want to pick you up and shake you until all the hours of my life that you've wasted fall out. Now laugh.
Elliot: What?
Dr. Cox: Laugh so that she doesn't think I'm yelling at you. [all laugh]
Carla: Oh, how fun was that?

Quote from J.D.

Mrs. Tanner: Listen, Dr. Dorian, there is not one thing I regret as I lay here right now. I'm ready. I really am.
J.D.: You have had an amazing life.
Mrs. Tanner: Good. Now we agree. Aren't there other patients you need to be seeing?
J.D.: Me? No, I've been off for two hours.
Mrs. Tanner: So with your precious free time, you've been sitting in a hospital room talking to an old lady. What about your list? How many of these things have you done? For that matter, how many times have you sat on the grass and done nothing, hmm? You need to start taking some time for yourself, young man. Promise me you'll do that.
J.D.: I will.
Mrs. Tanner: Good. Now, get outta here. Go on.

Quote from J.D.

Mrs. Tanner: You're gonna have to shut your mouth at some point. Sweetie, I'm 74 years old. I'm ready to go.
J.D.: Yeah, but with dialysis you could live another 80 or 90 years.
Mrs. Tanner: I think you're being a little irrational.
J.D.: No, I'm not.
Mrs. Tanner: Everybody dies some time.
J.D.: No, they don't.

J.D. Quotes

Quote from My Missed Perception

Mrs. Wilk: I choose Dr. Dorian.
J.D.: Oh, my God! Oh, my God! I don't even believe it! I don't believe it-lieve it-lieve it! Whoo-hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo! Yes! I'm shaking! Look at this! It's crazy-talk!
Mrs. Wilk: He played hearts with me all night.
Dr. Cox: [groans]
Mrs. Wilk: You're a very strange man, aren't you?
J.D.: I was a preemie.

Quote from My Long Goodbye

Dr. Cox: What the hell am I gonna do?
J.D.: [v.o.] Unfortunately for Dr. Cox, that's when Elliot walked by and showcased her oddest talent.
Elliot: Somebody just had a baby.
Dr. Cox: How do you know?
[fantasy:]
Elliot: My uterus is glowing.
J.D.: My mom had an uterus. I lived in it.

Quote from My Screw Up

Dr. Cox: Shower Shortz?
J.D.: For the man who has nothing to hide, but still wants to.