"Scrubs" spoilers coming up just as soon as I give someone a sneak hug...
Another pretty good episode (though I may have been in the minority about liking last week's), though the continuity fairy was only working two-thirds of the time.
On the one hand, we had the return of Sandy Chaplin (or Alexander Gaberman, or whatever he's calling himself these days) as the drug-scamming patient (now counselor, but still drug-scamming) and the callback to Carla losing Rowdy and The Janitor replacing him. On the other, the stolen scrubs plotline seemingly ignored the subplot from season one or two where the hospital installed a scrub dispensing machine that would only give out fresh scrubs if you inserted your old ones. (Elliott had to give up a nice blouse to get the thing to work.) Either I'm forgetting some development from that episode that resulted in Kelso ditching the machine, but it was there in the first place to prevent this kind of wholesale scrub theft.
Not a huge deal, and some very funny stuff, including the stealth hug, Caveman JD's narration, The Janitor's revelation of his Inuit heritage, a nod to The Todd's pansexuality, and the escalation of the writers' complete hatred of "Grey's Anatomy." Plus, Victoria Tennant acting for what seems like the first time since "L.A. Story" 16 years ago (though IMDb has a few credits in between).
What did everybody else think?