ScrubsAfter what seems like a really, really, long hiatus, Scrubs is finally back on air. Two all new episodes air Tuesday, Jan. 3, at 9pm on NBC. In "My Intern's Eyes," J.D. (Zach Braff) struggles with decision-making and responsibility now that he is an attending physician, and Dr. Cox (John C. McGinley tests his skills.

And while Elliot (Sarah Chalke) is learning the ropes in her new hospital, she still feels more comfortable hanging out at Sacred Heart. Meanwhile, Carla (Judi Reyes) is ready to have a baby, but Turk (Donald Faison) is afraid of moving forward and continues to slip her birth control pills.

On the following episode, "My Rite of Passage," J.D. questions the bond he has with his interns when Dr. Kelso (Ken Jenkins) tells him that inevitably he will begin treating them badly, as it has been throughout history at the hospital. The Janitor (Neil Flynn) further complicates matters by telling J.D. that his interns only laugh at his jokes to suck up to him.

Meanwhile, Carla visits Elliot at her new job and inadvertently creates an awkward new nickname for her friend when she tells her colleagues an embarrassing story. Elsewhere, Dr. Cox prevents Turk from warning Jordan (Christa Miller) about a notorious con man patient (guest star Alexander Chaplin) in hopes that she’ll be mortified and quit.

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