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Seeking a respite, she sleeps with her classmate Cole Aaronson (Dave Franco), an arrogant rich kid who takes a naked picture of her without her knowledge and then humiliates her by letting it fall out of his backpack and into the wrong hands. D., who is temporarily teaching at the university; he takes her under his wing and encourages her to stand up to Dr. She continues an affair with Cole, who she says "[kills] her soul as he climbs into bed" with her.Later on, she starts to accept Cole and admits to her class that she loves him.At the end of the episode, through a series of circumstances, Dr. Elliot is driven by a neurotic desire to prove her abilities to her family (in which all of the men are doctors), her peers, and herself. At the end of that season, she briefly leaves to take an endocrinology fellowship, which ends five days later after her research partner finds the cure to osteogenesis imperfecta, the disease they are researching. She tells Turk that if she were lucky enough to get married and have enough money to stop working, she would "walk out of this place and never look back." Judy Reyes portrays Carla Espinosa, the hospital's head nurse, who acts as a mother figure to the interns, often hiding their mistakes from their attending doctor.Cox walks into a room where the other characters are sitting and, in a very House-esque way, gives them the answers to everything they have been trying to figure out in the episode. becomes romantic on several occasions, and at the start of Season 9, she is married to J. Being the byproduct of a wealthy family, Elliot was largely unprepared for the "real world" hostilities and socioeconomic differences among the hospital staff. After a brief spell at a free clinic, she returns to Sacred Heart and becomes a senior attending physician. In "My Full Moon," she ponders her future career after struggling to deliver the bad news to a patient diagnosed with H. During the course of the series, Turk forms a relationship with Carla; eventually, they marry and start a family together.Carla marries Turk in the finale of Season 3, "My Best Friend's Wedding." She and Turk go through a trial separation in Season 4 after Carla discovers that Turk is still talking to his ex-girlfriend without telling her he is married, a separation that is prolonged after Carla and J. D., Turk and Carla reunite and immediately begin trying to conceive.Initially, they are unsuccessful, but Carla finally gets pregnant toward the end of the season after several episodes in which she and Turk worry about their respective fertility. In "My House," she is revealed to suffer from postpartum depression. D." Dorian, the show's original protagonist and narrator. His voice-over to the series comes from his internal thoughts and often features surreal fantasies. Braff received top billing as a main cast member in each of his appearances for that season. Jonathan Doris, a college friend of series creator Bill Lawrence. He is athletic, often found playing basketball in the hospital's parking lot with younger employees.
Ken Jenkins portrays Robert "Bob" Kelso, Sacred Heart's chief of medicine for most of the series.
Kelso is portrayed as cold, heartless, and cruel, driven primarily by the hospital's bottom line rather than the well-being of patients.
However, he is occasionally suggested to have a softer side, with his cruelty being a means of coping with years of hard decisions.
D., while having self-esteem issues and several personality "quirks", similar to Elliot.
She loves horses and believes "if they could talk, they would be wise".
Neil Flynn portrays the hospital's custodian known as "Janitor" through most of the series. Flynn is an improv comedian and, as such, ad-libs many of his lines. In Scrubs: Med School, Denise had a main cast role as a teaching assistant at the new Sacred Heart.