"Florida Man, Scully. It’s all right here," Mulder slaps a stack of newspapers with his knuckles. He leans over her where she sits and looks at her seriously.
"Mulder, you can’t be serious. This is clearly just a series of similar incidents. The only thing they have in common is they’re all based in Florida."
Mulder shakes his head, snorting. “You mean to tell me that there are multiple men in Florida performing the same bizarre crimes? That the man who tried to rob the brother’s CVS with a water nozzle is a different person from the one who killed their husband with a squirrel?”
She looks at him incredulously. “Yes, that’s exactly what I’m saying.”
"Why don’t you believe, Scully? Why can’t you believe for once that maybe — just maybe — the unexplained and fantastical has a place in our criminal investigations."
"I think you want to believe so badly that no state can be as terrifying as Florida that you’ve constructed this omnipresent figure to assuage your anxieties."
He shakes his head once more, arms akimbo. “I’m telling you, Scully. There’s something strange about this case and we’re going to figure it out.”
this is honestly how a normal person would react to 99% of these crime scene descriptions
I remember watching the behind the scenes on this show. The creator of the show said that they got so much fan mail saying this show was the most realistic hospital show.
My parents both worked in the medical profession my whole life, and when I was watching them come home, I could see echoes of what this show did. All other medical shows were so much about the drama. This one nailed it. It nailed the good, the bad, and everything in between.
Also, I read that Scrubs was more medically accurate than House, Grey’s Anatomy, and every other medical show on TV
Its true tho. One of my parents is a nurse. I’ve seen them come home 10 PM at night after loosing two patients, only to wake up at 7:30am to go back to the hospital where someone else in their care will die.
They always said that Scrubs was the most legit show about working in a hospital.
"Sorrow" by The National // Self-Portrait and Self-portrait with a Bandaged Ear by Vincent Van Gogh
*pronounces “hors d’oeuvres” as “horse divorce”*