Scrubs Season 2: Turk planning to propose to Carla
JD: Congratulations! So when are you gonna ask her?
Turk: Tonight. I'm gonna make her a nice dinner and then I'm gonna put the ring in her champagne glass.
JD: You might as well put it in her chamLAME glass.
Turk: Ok Mr. Know-it-all, what would you do?
JD: Ok first, you gotta get like 50 candlesright? You spread 'em all over the roomwith some rose petals..
Turk: That's right. Because the roses are beautiful and they make the room smell amazing.
JD: Like a meadow in springtime.
Carla: What are you guys talkin' about?
Turk: Nothing. Guy Talk.
JD: Yeah, bitches and hoes.
Some couples just work no matter how odd a pairing they seem to be. The common denominator is being there for each other. In the end, you just can’t be afraid to move forward.
Lucy Bennett, Scrubs, Season 9 Episode 8
We all have points in life when things get painfully real. When thinking about the end makes you re-evaluate the now. You’re just lucky if you have someone who will go along for the ride with you.
Dr. JD, Scrubs, Season 9 Episode 9 (via mariencore)
Elliot Reid: well, this seems like a good idea
John JD Dorian: who cares
Scrubs S8 E4 “My Happy Place” (via junsukseo)
Elliot: “Did you eat my mango body butter?”
JD: “No.” I schmeared it on a bagel.
Sometimes when you make big decisions, life starts going so fast that it seems like you’re not even moving through it, it just happens to you.
Dr. John JD Dorian: Scrubs S8 E17 (My Chief Concern)
We all want to believe that what we do is important, that people hang on our every word, that they care what we think. But the truth is, you should consider yourself lucky if you even occasionally get to make someone, anyone, feel a little better.
I love large groups of white people eating pollen.
J.D.: Dr. Moyer-
Dr. Moyer: THESE ARE MY MACHINES!
Dr. Moyer: MY MACHINES!
Turk: Whose machines?
Dr. Moyer: MY MACHINES!
J.D.: How is that helpful?
Sometimes the only way to take a really good look at yourself is through someone else’s eyes.
It’s funny how a seemingly insignificant event can set everything else in motion. And insignificant events can lead to significant events. The most minor event — even a butterfly flapping its wings — can change everything. Sometimes for the better. Even if it doesn’t seem like it at first. Of course, it still doesn’t always work out the way you’d hope. In the end, you learn to treasure the times when things go your way. And be there for the ones you love when they don’t. And most importantly, you learn to accept that some things are out of your hands. But still, with so much of life left up to chance, you can’t help but look back and wonder…. What if things had been different…?
Nothing in this world that’s worth having comes easy
I think one of the most universal human experiences is feeling alone. You’d never know it, but there’s most likely tons of people feeling the exact same way. Maybe because you’re feeling abandoned. Maybe because you realize that you aren’t as self-sufficient as you thought. Maybe because you know you should’ve handled something differently. Or maybe because you aren’t as good as you thought you were. Either way, when you hit that low point, you have a choice. You can either wallow in self-pity…Or you can suck it up. It’s your call
I always assumed growing up was just something that happened as you got older… but it’s really something you have to choose to do.