Scrubs Season 4 - Enhanced Soundtrack

Wednesday, 20 August 2008

Scrubs Season 4 Soundtrack (Unofficial)

Episode 4.01 - "My Old Friend's New Friend"
Scene: J.D. imagines his clock singing (the actual song later repeated as Turk dances around the car).
"Rapper's Delight" by Sugar Hill Gang. Album: various

Scene: The patient sings at J.D.
"Anything For Love" originally by Meatloaf. Album: various

Scene: J.D. sings the lesson-learning piano music.
Music cue from original Scrubs score by Jan Stevens. Not commercially available.
Performed by Zach Braff.

Scene: The patient sings at Elliot, and Carla feels like a third wheel when Turk and J.D. are together.
"All By Myself" by Eric Carmen. Album: 'Eric Carmen'

Episode 4.03 - "My New Game"
Scene: Relationships, new and old, are maintained by small gestures and rededication.
"Lost Cause" by Beck. Album: 'Sea Change'

Episode 4.04 - "My First Kill"
Scene: J.D. puts his fear to use; Molly is a supportive friend.
"Blue Eyes" by Cary Brothers. Album: 'All the Rage' EP & 'Garden State' Official Soundtrack

Episode 4.05 - "Her Story"
Scene: Elliot and Molly attend a concert.
"Funky For You" by Common. Album: 'Like Water For Chocolate'

Scene: Elliot and Molly school Turk on rap.
"Still D.R.E." originally by Dr. Dre feat. Snoop Dogg. Album: '2001'
Performed by Sarah Chalke and Heather Graham.

Episode 4.06 - "My Cake"
"Stop Joking Around" by Hawksley Workman. Album: 'For Him and the Girls'

Episode 4.07 - "My Common Enemy"
Scene: Molly's cheer is contagious.
"Andy Griffith Theme". Album: 'Andy Griffith Show' Soundtrack

Scene: J.D. goes to Elliot's apartment (background music).
"Thank You" by Dido. Album: 'No Angel'

Scene: J.D. and Elliot find their friendship again.
"Move On" by Jet. Album: 'Get Born'

Episode 4.08 - "My Last Chance"
Scene: J.D. imagines what the patients do behind his back.
"In The Mood" by the Glenn Miller Orchestra. Album: various

Scene: The bash continues at the apartment (background music).
"Something" by Cary Brothers. Album: 'All the Rage' EP

Scene: J.D. and Molly watch 'Sixteen Candles' (background music).
"If You Were Here" by the Thompson Twins. Album: various

Scene: Denise the ambulance driver annoys Dr. Cox.
"Bad Case of Loving You (Doctor, Doctor)" originally by Robert Palmer. Album: 'Addictions, Vol. 1', et al. Performed by Molly Shannon.

Scene: J.D. considers how beer can cause death (background music).
"Bust A Move" by Young MC. Album: 'Stone Cold Rhymin''

Scene: J.D. tries to convince Molly to stay; Dr. Cox and Jack help Denise.
"Honestly" by Cary Brothers. Album: 'All the Rage' EP

Episode 4.09 - "My Malpractical Decision"
Scene: J.D. imagines Neena as a ball-buster.
"One (Finale)" from A Chorus Line by Marvin Hamlisch & Edward Kleban. Album: 'A Chorus Line' Soundtrack

Scene: J.D. makes his malpractical decision.
"I Wanna Know" by the Mavericks. Album: 'The Mavericks'

Episode 4.10 - "My Female Trouble"
Scene: There's a stampede to be the first to treat an important patient.
"Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, 1st Movement" by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

Episode 4.11 - "My Unicorn"
Scene: Murray's dad sings for the staff (sung later by Franklyn and again at end).
"Hey, Good Lookin'" originally by Hank Williams. Album: various
Performed by John Bennett Perry

Scene: Murray flies his plane.
"Learn To Fly" by Foo Fighters. Album: 'There is Nothing Left to Lose'

Scene: Murray's dad starts to sing to him.
"Cat's in the Cradle" originally by Harry Chapin. Album: 'Verities and Balderdash', et al.
Performed by John Bennett Perry

Episode 4.12 - "My Best Moment"
Scene: J.D. initially remembers his best moment as a doctor.
"What the World Needs Now is Love" composed by Burt Bacharach. Performer Carpenters.

Scene: J.D. recalls another way to catch mono (background music).
"Take On Me" by a-ha. Album: 'Hunting High and Low'

Scene: Turk initially remembers his best moment as a doctor.
"Flight of the Bumblebee" by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov.

Scene: The a cappella sing-off -- Hibbleton.
"Barbara Ann" originally by The Beach Boys. Album: various
Vocal performance by Neil Flynn, Sam Lloyd, and Paul F. Perry.

Scene: J.D. puts Elliot's advice to use; Turk remains true to himself.
"All Kinds of Time" by Fountains of Wayne. Album: 'Welcome Interstate Managers'

Episode 4.14 - "My Lucky Charm"
Scene: Billy's example of appreciating life is taken to heart.
"Today" by Josh Radin. Album: 'First Between 3rd & 4th'

Episode 4.17 - "My Life in Four Cameras"
Scene: Kenny performs at the talent show.
"Isn't She Lovely" originally by Stevie Wonder. Album: various
Performed by Clay Aiken.

Scene: J.D.'s sitcom fantasy gives way to real life.
"Where Everybody Knows Your Name" (Cheers Theme) performed by Colin Hay. Album: none - special recording
(Heard only in original U.S. broadcast.)

Scene: Cox takes a bold stand for his friend; J.D. exposes Turk & Carla's deeper problems.
"Windmills" by Toad The Wet Sprocket. Album: 'Dulcinea'

Episode 4.19 - "My Best Laid Plans"
Scene: J.D. considers brushing the hair out of Molly's eye.
"Waiting For Your Letter" by Cary Brothers. Album: 'Waiting For Your Letter' EP

Scene: J.D. and Turk each experience the consequences of trying to have their cake and eat it too.
"Closer" by Josh Radin. Album: Excluseive iTunes Single

Episode 4.20 - "My Boss's Free Haircut"
Scene: Turk follows Kelso's words of wisdom and supports Carla in the cemetery.
"Collide" by Howie Day. Album: 'Stop All The World Now'

Episode 4.21 - "My Lips Are Sealed"
Scene: Carla moves back home, and owns up to the kiss.
"Everybody Gets What They Deserve" by The Churchills. Album: 'You Are Here'

Episode 4.22 - "My Big Move"
Scene: Janitor's new uniform gets him noticed.
"Come On Get Happy" by The Partridge Family. Album: Partridge Family: Greatest Hits', et al.

Scene: End - Everybody sacrifices, including J.D., who announces his big move.
"Don't look Away" by Josh Radin. Album: 'First Between 3rd & 4th'


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