John is ecstatic to have Turk back from his honeymoon. They run all over to meet up. Carla sighs, “Maybe he’ll love me that way some day.”
Heather Graham shows up as a psychologist. She causes vapor lock in JD’s brain, and he tells her his name is Johnny. She’s a bit eccentric, and sings with her patient, among other things.
Turk is allowed to pick out the new car after theirs burned, and instead he gets three scooters. Carla allows this with great reluctance. The guys think this is the best thing ever as they ride standing up and around each other.
JD tries to get his patient to participate in PT, but the guy won’t budge. Dr. Cox tells him he’s a real doctor (almost), so he needs to do his own work now and not run for help. Dr. Cox tells the patient to get up or stay bed forever. He tells J.D. that some people are not worth the time to bother with and to concentrate on the ones who will respond to help.
Elliot feels very left out because she doesn’t get a scooter or get invited over any more. Graham tries to make friends, but Elliot needs a push to realize that this is the chance to make good on her lonliness-fixing.
Graham points out to J.D. that his patient is now in PT and that Cox used reverse psychology on him, making him work harder on his patient.
J.D. tells Cox that he figured out the ruse all by himself, and Cox appears ready to finally hug J.D. Of course he’s not really, and tells J.D. that the lessons are not over, because now his mistakes are inexcusable because he’s no longer a resident, and Cox will be known as the guy who trained the idiot doctor.
J.D. rides away on his scooter, trailing a chain. The snap of the chain launches him onto the mysterious X the janitor had painted in the parking lot. The fued is not over, no matter what the janitor told him before.