My Manhood

Thursday, April 17

J.D. becomes scared that he is not masculine enough to set an example for his son, especially after Dr. Cox gives him a hard time about being a whiny man-child. Meanwhile, after a necessary surgery leaves him feeling less manly, Turk overcompensates by fighting anybody that tries to take over the break room remote. Elsewhere, the Janitor starts a hospital newspaper entitled, The Janitorial, after Dr. Kelso tells the Janitor that no one pays attention to anything he says. His main article makes life a nightmare for Dr. Cox.

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