Spoilers for "Scrubs" just as soon as I figure out why Ted has an evil twin who shops at The Gap...
Phew. The show's been in a slump since it came back after Thanksgiving, but between this episode and the musical (which I watched before I left for press tour), I feel like they haven't lost it just yet.
In particular, I laughed a long time at jokes involving two very, very different body types: the two sequences with J.D. and Shirtless Keith (well, one was Partly-Shirtless Keith), and Monstrous Jordan storming down the hallway to "Isn't She Lovely?" Keith's been a very good addition who I'd like to see more of (except, of course, that the show already has too many characters), and Christa Miller deserves some bravery points for her stuff. (Not so much for showing her pregnancy weight, but for the complete lack of grooming.)
Twice this season, they've taken an uber-heavy topic and turned it into a running gag, first abortion, now post-partum depression. I think this one worked better than J.D. and Kim's abortion debate, mainly because Turk recognized it quickly and spent the episode trying to fix it. (The lactation consultants, for instance, were played straight, which made it easier to go with the jokes in those scenes.) Also, Turk danced again, and I think I've long since established how I feel about that.
Not a perfect episode (Cox and The Janitor have had better shared moments), but still a big improvement.
What did everybody else think?