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These Charming J.D. Moments From 'Scrubs' Christmases Will Make You Want to Rewatch the Series


It's been more than nine years after the series finale of Scrubs aired, and there simply hasn't been a comedy like it on air since. The medical comedy starred Zach Braff as smart aleck J.D., who works at Sacred Heart Hospital with his eventual wife, Elliott Reid (Sarah Chalke) and his best friend Christopher "Turk" (Donald Faison), and Carla Espinosa (Judy Reyes) among a cast of other quirky and hilarious characters.

These are the most charming Scrubs Christmas episodes featuring J.D.

Though J.D. is definitely the show's lovable-but-pessimistic narrator, he also showcases his charming and sweet side, especially around the holidays. These five charming J.D. moments from each Scrubs Christmas episode will have you saying "Bah Humbug" to your responsibilities so you can re-watch them all.

1. 1. My Own Personal Jesus (Season 1, Episode 11)

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In "My Personal Jesus," J.D. has arguably his worst day yet at Sacred Heart Hospital. After learning he has to film a birth for Dr. Cox's personal friend, he then has to tell a patient's family that the patient will die. 

While he's breaking the news, the patient wakes up after a whopping two weeks of being in a coma, which Turk declares a miracle. In his narration, J.D. admits that he admires Turk for having the faith to believe it was a miracle. 

After Turk's night shift on Christmas Eve, he declares that he's faithless. But, his faith returns when a guiding light leads him to a woman in the throes of giving birth outside. 

When discussing babies in his narration, J.D. has his charming moment. 

He says, "I think it's impossible to be unaffected. Because a baby can stir something deep down inside you that you didn't even know was there. It can help you find something you thought you'd lost. So I guess Turk was right after all. Miracles do happen. I think you just have to be willing to look for them. "

In a less charming J.D. moment, this is also the episode when he keeps blurting out "banana hammock" as a way to break the awkward tension in conversations.