Difference between revisions of "Robbie Kelso"

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In the "My Tuscaloosa Heart" episode of medical sitcom ''[https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0285403/ Scrubs]'' (first aired 12 Mar. 2002), it's revealed that curmudgeonly chief of medicine Bob Kelso (Ken Jenkins) used to perform in coffeehouses under this nickname. A patient provides the doctors with a tape, which includes the titular song.
 
In the "My Tuscaloosa Heart" episode of medical sitcom ''[https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0285403/ Scrubs]'' (first aired 12 Mar. 2002), it's revealed that curmudgeonly chief of medicine Bob Kelso (Ken Jenkins) used to perform in coffeehouses under this nickname. A patient provides the doctors with a tape, which includes the titular song.
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His other songs include:
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*"My Bunny's a Baby Blue"
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*"Bunny How Things Change"
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*"B-U-N-N-Y Spells Love to Me"
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("Bunny" is his nickname for his wife, Enid.)
  
 
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Revision as of 17:43, 17 May 2019

In the "My Tuscaloosa Heart" episode of medical sitcom Scrubs (first aired 12 Mar. 2002), it's revealed that curmudgeonly chief of medicine Bob Kelso (Ken Jenkins) used to perform in coffeehouses under this nickname. A patient provides the doctors with a tape, which includes the titular song.

His other songs include:

  • "My Bunny's a Baby Blue"
  • "Bunny How Things Change"
  • "B-U-N-N-Y Spells Love to Me"

("Bunny" is his nickname for his wife, Enid.)