Scrubs Season 5 Music

Saturday, 30 August 2008

Scrubs Season 5 Music

Episode 5.01 - "My Intern's Eyes"
Scene: J.D. drives to work in a slick new car.
"Are You Gonna Be My Girl" by Jet. Album: 'Get Born'

Scene: We see the hospital through a new intern's eyes (the song later closes the episode).
"Anything Can Happen" by The Finn Brothers. Album: 'Everyone Is Here'

Episode 5.02 - "My Rite of Passage"
Scene: Jordan finds acceptance; J.D. enjoys his power; Elliot faces yet another crisis.
"Sooner or Later" by Michael Tolcher. Album: 'I Am'

Episode 5.03 - "My Day At The Races"
Scene: The Ninja Surgeons Fantasy.
"Kung Fu Fighting" by Carl Douglas. Album: various

Scene: Turk operates and makes some noise; Elliot helps J.D. finish the race.
"Everybody's Changing" by Keane. Album: 'Hopes and Fears'

Episode 5.04 - "My Jiggly Ball"
Scene: Elliot turns down her friends' offer (background music).

Scene: A little knowledge helps Elliot find her way back; Kelso puts on his apathy.
"Sideways" by Citizen Cope. Album: 'The Clarence Greenwood Recordings'

Episode 5.05 - "My New God"
Scene: Janitor gives J.D. "evil eye."
"Koyaanisqatsi" by Philip Glass. Album: 'Koyaanisqatsi Soundtrack'

Scene: Turk forces the angry sex.
"Slave to Love" by Bryan Ferry. Album: various

Scene: Cox and Jack run into J.D. and Buddha at the bar (background music).
"This Time Around" by Emotion Project (?)

Scene: Jack's baptism.
"In the Sun" by Joseph Arthur. Album: 'Come To Where I'm From'

Episode 5.06 - "My Missed Perception"
Scene: Everyone goes through their morning ritual.
"To The Woman" by Tammany Hall NYC. Album: 'Buddy'

Scene: Turk & Elliot and J.D. make amends to their patients; Carla gets her picture.
"These Photographs" by Josh Radin. Album: 'We Were Here' (Release: Feb. 7)

Episode 5.07 - "My Way Home"
Scene: J.D. pampers himself in the bath.
"Africa" by TOTO. Album: 'TOTO IV', et al.

Scene: Elliot turns to cheat sheets.
"Maniac" originally by Michael Sembello. Album: 'Flashdance Original Soundtrack', et al.
Performed by The Blanks. [More Info]

Scene: The gang follows the yellow line in hopes of finding what they need.
"We're Off to See the Wizard" by Harold Arlen. Album: 'Wizard of Oz Original Soundtrack'
Hummed by The Blanks. [More Info]

Scene: The gang discovers they had what they wanted all along.
"Over the Rainbow" arrangement originally by Israel Kamakawiwo'ole. Album: various
Performed by The Blanks. [More Info]

Episode 5.08 - "My Big Bird"
Scene: Turk's cellphone rings ominously.
"Symphony No. 5, 1st Movement" by Ludwig van Beethoven.

Scene: The gang celebrates at the bar (background music).

Episode 5.09 - "My Half-Acre"
Scene: Todd shows off his air band talents.
"Everybody's Working for the Weekend" by Loverboy. Album: various

Scene: Turk shows off his air band talents.
"Poison" by Bell Biv DeVoe. Album: various

Scene: J.D. creates a memory of himself and Julie as old people.
"100 Years" by Five For Fighting. Album: 'The Battle for Everything'

Scene: J.D. tries to avoid going too fast with Julie.
"Hey Julie" by Fountains of Wayne. Album: 'Welcome Interstate Managers'

Scene: The air band finally performs.
"More Than a Feeling" by Boston. Album: various

Episode 5.10 - "Her Story II"
Scene: J.D. and Julie enjoy their deck.
"Happy Together" by The Turtles. Album: various

Scene: The girls hang out at a youth-oriented bar (background music).

Scene: Carla gets some good news; J.D. gains perspective about his future.
"Ride" by Cary Brothers. Album: 'Waiting For Your Letter' EP

Episode 5.11 - "My Buddy's Booty"
Scene: Elliot and J.D. takes turns scooter blading.
"Shadow" by The Southland. Album: 'Influence of Geography'

Scene: Dr. Cox finds a new drinking buddy (background music).
"Open" Rob Laufer Album: 'The Iron Age'

Scene: Dr. Cox bonds with his new drinking buddy (background music).
"Head Off" by Moris Tepper Album: 'Head Off'

Scene: Dr. Cox saves a seat for his new drinking buddy (background music).
"Without You" by Tart. Album: ??

Scene: The characters gain some perspective amid their petty arguments when Mrs. Wilk wakes up.
"Blue" by Jayhawks. Album: 'Tomorrow the Green Grass'

Episode 5.12 - "My Cabbage"
Scene: J.D. and Cabbage have a talk; Elliot and Turk reconnect; the infection is passed to an unfortunate recipient.
"Fix You" by Coldplay. Album: 'X&Y'

Episode 5.13 - "My Five Stages"
Scene: Things get real for Elliot when she thinks of Keith.
"Bring Me Love" by Deberg (Keren?) / Jacobs. Album: ??

Scene: J.D. and Dr. Cox face the last two stages; Ted settles; Elliot asks Keith to move to a new stage.
"The Long Road" by Pearl Jam. Album: 'Merkinball' single

Episode 5.14 - "My Own Personal Hell"
Scene: J.D. stands up for Elliot and is later joined by his friends, even those by association, for beers on his deck.
"Living Life" by the Eels. Album: 'The Late Great Daniel Johnston: Discovered Covered'

Episode 5.15 - "My Extra Mile"
Scene: J.D. uses Keith as girl bait (background music).
"Episodes (Diphenhydramine)" by Pela. Album: 'All in Time' EP

Scene: J.D. and Cox go the extra mile for their patients.
"Someone" by Tammany Hall NYC. Album: 'Back in the Bottle'
(Also used in 3.08, "My Friend the Doctor")

Episode 5.16 - "My Bright Idea"
Scene: Janitor puts his past to use to take advantage of J.D. changing his batteries.
"Running One" by Tom Tykwer, Johnny Klimek, Reinhold Heil. Album: 'Run Lola Run' Soundtrack

Scene: Everyone celebrates Carla and Turk's news.
"All of the Words" by Kutless. Album: 'Sea of Faces'

Episode 5.17 - "My Chopped Liver"
Scene: J.D. imagines which body part he would want Turk to donate to him.
"Brick House" by the Commodores. Album: various

Scene: Carla fields a flood of staff requests for Kelso.
"I Hear Ya Knockin'" by ??

Scene: Jordan and Perry & Elliot and Keith go out on a couple date (background music).
"Take Another Step" by Keren DeBerg. Album: ??

Scene: Janitor leads in giving Carla "evil eye."
"Koyaanisqatsi" by Philip Glass. Album: 'Koyaanisqatsi Soundtrack'

Scene: Turk, Cox, and Carla each decide not to burden those they care about with their problems.
"I'll Be Around" by Bobby Bare Jr.. Album: 'Young Criminals' Starvation League'

Episode 5.18 - "My New Suit"
Scene: J.D. imagines the prenatal gay test.
"Macho Man" by the Village People. Album: various

Scene: J.D. decides to be honest with Dan.
"Still Fighting It" by Ben Folds. Album: 'Rockin' The Suburbs'

Episode 5.19 - "His Story III"
Scene: Elliot appreciates the support of a friend; Turk appreciates the importance of family; the patient appreciates the one who made a difference in his stay.
"Boston" by Augustana. Album: 'All The Stars And Boulevards'

Episode 5.20 - "My Lunch"
Scene: Cox blames himself for the fate of the organ recipients.
"How to Save a Life" by The Fray. Album: 'How to Save a Life'

Episode 5.21 - "My Fallen Idol"
Scene: J.D. gets through to Dr. Cox.
"Something Else" by Gary Jules. Album: 'Trading Snakeoil for Wolftickets'

Episode 5.22 - "My Déjà Vu My Déjà Vu"
Scene: Dr. Cox is welcomed back to the hospital.
"Welcome Back" originally by John Sebastian. Album: 'The Best of John Sebastian'
Performed by the cast.

Scene: Turk enjoys doing what he wants while Carla is preoccupied with her condition.
"The Streetbeater" (Sanford and Son Theme) written by Quincy Jones. Album: various

Scene: Carla suffers her drinking companions at the bar (background music).
"Heaven Sent" by The Emotion Project. Album: ??

Scene: Cox opens up to Elliot; J.D. analyzes the déjà vu.
"World Spins Madly On" by The Weepies. Album: 'Say I Am You'

Episode 5.23 - "My Urologist"
Scene: J.D. imagines all the places Kim could have been.
"Kung Fu Fighting" originally by Carl Douglas. Album: various
Performed by Zach Braff.

Scene: J.D. confronts Kim, and ultimately convinces her to take a risk.
"Easier to Lie" by Aqualung. Album: 'Strange and Beautiful'

Episode 5.24 - "My Transition"
Scene: J.D. imagines accomplishing a homemade dinner & karaoke date.
"Don't Go Breaking My Heart" originally by Elton John & Kiki Dee. Album: various
Performed by Elizabeth Banks & Zach Braff.

Scene: J.D. imagines how Body saves the day.
"William Tell Overture (Finale)" by Gioacchino Rossini.

Scene: The Worthless Peons perform.
"Baby Back Ribs" (Chili's jingle) performed by The Blanks. Album: none [More Info]

Scene: J.D chases the gays off his deck (background music).
"I Love the Nightlife" by Alicia Bridges. Album: various

Scene: J.D and Kim have their horseback riding date.
"Love Hurts" by Nazareth. Album: various

Scene: Kim announces her and Elliot's concert plans.
"America" originally by Neil Diamond. Album: various
Performed by Donald Faison.

Scene: All is right with the couples in the world.
"Delirious Love" by Neil Diamond. Album: various

Other music supposedly in this episode...
"New Model" by The Emotion Project. Album: ??
"Boy" by Keren DeBerg. Album: ??
"Why" by Elefant. Album: Album: 'The Black Magic Show'

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