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Scrubs, the military version

Discussion in 'Military Medicine' started by megadon, Mar 27, 2007.

  1. megadon

    megadon 5+ Year Member

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    So as with a great deal of us medical students, I love Scrubs. Doesn't hurt that it is on 4 hours a day. But what if they cast it with a miltary slant. My guess is you should recast the janitor as nurse corps, since they make your life a living, well, you know what I mean. Kelso would then also be nurse corps or MSC, cause there is no way a MC would be running the show. All the nurses would be civilian, cause we can't expect our nurses to do something non-administritave, after all, what are corpsman good for? Any other ideas?
     
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  3. resxn

    resxn 10+ Year Member

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    Dr. Cox pretty much represents the cynicism of every surgeon.

    JD--probably would struggle in the "don't ask don't tell" department even though he is straight.

    Kelso is a dead ringer for the O-6 crowd.

    Barbie would be a fairly accurate representation of middle management

    The Todd doesn't quite fit in with the docs, but equals every enlisted guy in the OR who really doesn't give a crap about his job, but just wants to drink and get laid.

    That path guy. Yeah, he's like our pathologists.
     
  4. BigNavyPedsGuy

    BigNavyPedsGuy Junior Member 10+ Year Member

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    Can we add those cool/way cheesy digital time stamps like JAG had?
     
  5. deuist

    deuist Stealthfully Sarcastic Physician Lifetime Donor Classifieds Approved 10+ Year Member

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    Oh you mean Scrubs, the T.V. show. I thought you were talking about camouflage clothing.
     
  6. DeadCactus

    DeadCactus SDN Lifetime Donor Lifetime Donor Classifieds Approved 10+ Year Member

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    They could give it a catchy acronym name. Something like M.A.S.H. Yea, that sounds sweet...
     

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