Turk and JD keep company with George, a patient, on his death bed and forgo their steak night to keep him company. As George finally fades away, I Will Follow You Into the Dark by Death Cab for Cutie lulls the episode to an end (note: episode time 19:00min).
Death Cab for Cutie hails from Bellingham, Washington producing a well-mixed & bold sound. The band — Benjamin Gibbard, Nicholas Harmer, Jason McGerr, and Chris Walla– formed in 1997.
“My Jerks” is the first Scrubs episode for season 8. The song, Catch My Disease by Ben Lee pops along behind a scene where each character (beginning with Dr. Cox) faces off with their challenges head-on.
Ben Lee, originally for Sydney, Australia began his musical career at the age of 14 with the band Noise Addict. Catch My Disease was also featured on Grey’s Anatomy as well as a Dell commercial in 2006.
David Letterman at his best, spends almost the first 10 minutes of his show praising and sharing a little about the generous life of Paul Newman. Great stories about beer, Volkswagen vans, and generosity & charity.
It’s a great tribute to someone who gave so much back anyone and everyone. Wish there were more celebrities like Paul Newman in today’s crop of top stars, although with the way media is these days there very well could be…
The song played at the end is Hallelujah originally written and performed by Leonard Coen – the version used here is a cover by Rufus Wainwright.
John Cale and Jeff Buckley have also done covers that are well known.
Get Hallelujah (the cover by Rufus Wainwright) on .
Or get the original Hallelujah by Leonard Cohen on .
Grissom’s Overture is a solemn ode that boosts the dramatic tension in this roller coaster scene from CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.
John M Keane had an early start in the entertainment business. At the age of 11 he performed (along with his brother Tom) on the Tonight Show in the 1970’s as the The Keane Brothers. Since then John has composed music for a number of television shows including CSI.