In the aftermath of their near-indiscretion, Elliot realizes she doesn't want to be with Keith and J.D. resolves to stop sabotaging himself.
Meanwhile, Dr. Cox and Turk find a patient they both like who is in danger of being discharged.
Kim goes into labor, and J.D. struggles to decide if he should tell her what he really thinks of their relationship.
Turk, desperate to do something not baby-related, races to beat a video game before Carla discovers him.
Dr. Cox searches for someone he trusts enough to give his daughter a shot.
J.D's brother Dan returns and delivers a few home truths to his little brother.
Elliot and Dr. Cox debate over the morals of their practice and the staff of Sacred Heart find the Janitor's behavior rather odd after he watches "An Inconvenient Truth".
Turk tries to assure a worried Carla that their daughter will acknowledge her Latin heritage.
The Janitor challenges J.D. to identify everyone in the hospital, when it is discovered that he uses nicknames, because he doesn't know the people's actual names. If J.D. can't name all of them, he must take up the mop for a day.
Dr. Cox realizes that he is lonely without his wife and children.
The Sacred Heart staff has to deal with their inner child, when J.D. and Turk remember their first prank, Dr. Cox has a ten year old Leukemia patient and Dr. Kelso celebrates his birthday.
Though Elliot boasts that through private practice she gets to get to know her patients, nobody seems to care. Carla is amazed at how the Janitor was able to score such an attractive girlfriend. The doctors are improving their services to get a higher ranking on a website and although J.D. appears nonchalant initially, he is elated when he is ranked #1.
J.D.'s teenage burn patient gives him a hard decision to make when he wants to go to his high school graduation.
Turk doesn't want Carla to find out that he secretly learned Spanish.
To address Dr. Kelso's weight gain, Dr. Cox makes a game out of stealing his breakfast.
When Dr. Kelso tells the Janitor that nobody cares what he thinks, he starts a newspaper called "The Janitorial" to prove him wrong.
J.D. and Turk fight over their manhood issues, while Dr. Kelso is too proud to ask for help about one of his problems.
Dr. Cox had a patient that he hadn't been able to diagnose for two years, and he is back again.
Dr. Kelso has to face a retirement board when his true age is revealed.
Elliot and Carla try to find enough people in favor of Dr. Kelso to keep him as Chief of Medicine.
Elliot and J.D. discover a major change in their relationship, when they spend time together looking for a former patient.
Dr. Cox contemplates his new job title, when Ted refuses to do the majority of his work, whilst Carla and Turk talk about the possibility of a second baby.
Meanwhile, the Janitor claims Dr. Kelso's abandoned office for the brain trust.
After a hard day of work, Dr. Cox has the burden to tell his son Jack a good night story, so disguises his hard day as a fairy tale about the little village Sacred Heartlia with Carla and Turk as the two-headed witch Turla, Elliot as the princess and J.D. as the village idiot.
Other people featuring are the Janitor as the giant, Keith as the prince, Dr. Kelso as the dark lord Oslek, Ted as his hunchback and of course Dr. Cox as the brave knight.