He did not appear in the last episode of the series, titled "Our Thanks," and no mention was made of him. In "My Friend the Doctor," he shows off by slam-dunking a basketball, but injures his back when he lands, a reminder that he is middle-aged. His parents were an absent or abusive mother and an alcoholic, abusive father, which may have sculpted his personality and poor social skills. 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.'Without a full CBO score, which won't be available by the end of the month, we won't have reliable answers to any of those questions,' Mc Cain said in a statement Friday.
Sarah Chalke portrays Elliot Reid, another intern and later private-practice physician. At Sacred Heart, Elliot begins as an intern and later becomes a resident after a grueling yearlong internship. At the end of the episode "My Coffee," she accepts an offer to go into private practice, allowing her to receive double the pay, still work at Sacred Heart, and never have to deal with superiors Dr. Carla does not appear in Season 9 but is mentioned a few times by Turk. begins the series as a staff intern, progressing to resident and then attending physician. was a recurring character in Season 9, though he was still considered to be the protagonist of the episodes in which he appeared. D.'s best friend, a surgical attending physician and later chief of surgery. Turk's name is based on that of real-life physician Jon Turk, a medical consultant for Scrubs. Mc Ginley portrays Percival "Perry" Ulysses Cox, a senior attending physician at Sacred Heart, the hospital's residency director, and eventually chief of medicine in Season 8 ("My Cookie Pants"). Cox frequently suggests that this harsh treatment is intended as conditioning for the rigors of hospital life. Cox is sarcastic and bitter, with a quick, cruel wit, normally expressed through frequent and sometimes incredibly long rants in which he viciously attacks almost every character on the show. in college and medical school, and the two have an extremely close relationship, described in the Season 6 episode "My Musical" as "guy love." He is married to Carla Espinosa. Mc Ginley, to return for Season 9 as a regular cast member. considers Cox his mentor despite the fact that Cox routinely criticizes and belittles him.'CBO's analysis in the past has been very helpful to me in evaluating bills such as the previous bills that I opposed,' she said.The Maine Republican had also voted no on the 'skinny' repeal, alongside Sen. 'The problem is, CBO may have a very difficult time analyzing the bill because it still seems to be a moving target, even over the weekend,' Collins continued.