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Robert "Bob" Kelso , M. Bob Kelso is the chief of medicine for Sacred Heart Hospital for the first seven seasons of Scrubs a position held since , though he resigns in the episode " My Dumb Luck ".
Jenkins was a regular cast member for the first eight seasons, and appeared in nine episodes of season nine.
Of all the Scrubs characters, he goes through the most pronounced change as the series progresses. In the first few seasons, he appears to be a cynical, heartless man who gives mere lip service to patients' well-being, putting more value on the hospital's bottom line and his own personal comfort.
In a moment of brutal candor in the series premiere , Kelso tells series protagonist John "J. In later seasons he gradually becomes more compassionate, and after retirement, he remains in the other characters' lives as a grandfatherly figure.
Throughout the series, he is at odds with Dr. Perry Cox John C. Cox calls him "Bobbo" or some other variation, often refers to him as a "pod person" or " the Devil himself",  and once even punches him out.
His wife, Enid, and children are never seen on the show, although he frequently comments on his spouse, describing her as morbidly obese , neurotic , and using a wheelchair after an accident that left her paralyzed.
Enid was a nurse working at the hospital during his early days as an M. Dad and "shacked up" with the actor playing Kelso.
Kelso also suffers from a sexually transmitted disease which he has kept hidden from Enid. Kelso was born in in Monroeville, Pennsylvania , where his family, then named Kelsonovich, settled.
His father, also a doctor, endeared himself to his poorer patients by accepting gifts such as food and clothing in lieu of actual payment. Kelso attended medical school at Stanford University , graduating in He was a main cast member for the first eight seasons, appearing in the pilot.
His last episode was the penultimate " Our Driving Issues ". It is assumed that Kelso is still partially retired and teaching classes on the side.
Kelso in his office. He worked as a medical doctor at the hospital for several years before receiving the promotion. Around the hospital, he is known for being a stickler for the budget and insensitive about patient or staff issues.
Cox often challenged Bob on budget cuts and staff decisions, and sometimes Carla and the nurses stand against him as well. He is a doctor in a business man's job, and ultimately has to answer to the board of directors.
Food, or antidepressants can make Kelso happy. Although Kelso is often viewed as being mean or insensitive, he can also be sweet and nice.
This side of him is rarely seen, but it can be acknowledged that he does want what is best for his staff and patients. The staff have determined that his cold attitude has stemmed from having to deal with death and illness for his entire working life, and that the quickest way to his heart is through his stomach.
Kelso's business decisions are primarily made with the best interests of the patients at heart. He runs the hospital to be as economically efficient as possible, such as when he selected a wealthy patient for a drug trial over a patient of J.
Cox, in the hope that the patient would donate money to the hospital so that he could reopen the "babymobile" to provide free prenatal care to underprivileged women, which the hospital recently had to discontinue due to budget cuts.
Kelso also seems to have a soft spot for children, as seen when he meets Tyler Milligan , son of the patient in the season four episode, My Best Moment.
He hopes to play catch with Milligan, and arranges for Milligan's father to get free medical care in the hospital over Christmas.
Kelso occasionally bends the rules and lends a helping hand when the staff need it most and has admitted to "looking the other way" when doctors and nurses use bureaucratic loopholes to treat patients without adequate insurance, such as Kelso's friend Maggie Kent.
This was later lamented upon by the staff during Taylor Maddox 's tenure as Chief of Medicine, who implemented policies to crack down on these practices.
Kelso often does his best to hide his emotions from employees in regards to the decisions he has to make. He cultivates a reputation that instills fear among his subordinates through his verbal abuse and fearful demeanor in front of the medical students, interns and the rest of the staff.
Although primarily a source of amusement for him, it also appears to be a ploy to wean out the weak or incompetent. Download as PDF Printable version.
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The Sum of All Fears. Kelso often refers to his obese wife Enid and his gay son Harrison, though neither have appeared on the show.
Janitor: You're a fireman! What are we doing? I saw you in 'The Fugitive'. Janitor: Ohhh, yeah, yeah. I was in a Harrison Ford movie, but, you know what, I chose this life instead 'cause it's a little more glamorous.
Kelso: Hey, champ. Kelso: Well, standing invitation every Thursday. Kelso: Well, I'll ask Mickhead. Hello Perry.
I don't really know why I'm here but nurse Espinosa said that if I didn't swing by that she would stop coming over to my house and giving instructions to my pool boy.
He speaks perfect English but he doesn't have any front teeth so I can never look at him without laughing. Elliot: Oh! Elliot: What?! Kelso: For God's sake, Reid!
There is a donkey-boy upstairs. Jordan: Hello Bob No cheek kiss necessary. Kelso: Oh good, I have pipe breath.
When was the last time I was here, '97? I know it has been a while because Enid could still fit through that door. I shouldn't joke, she is very ill.
D: I was still trying to get my intern Joe to be more sensitive with her patient [flashes into room with patient] Denise: Don't worry Mr Hepburn, a lot of people are afraid needles.
I was only surprised because you're the first one I've come across that doesn't have a vagina [they leave the room] Denise: Did you know that guy was a priest?Dr. Robert "Bob" Kelso, MD was the Chief of Medicine at Sacred Heart Hospital from until he willingly retired. He was in medicine for many years, including during the Vietnam War, until he turned 65 and quit his job. He stayed in Coffee Bucks for the next year, enjoying free muffins. Dr. Bob Kelso was typically Scrubs' "bad" guy, but the Chief of Medicine had his sympathetic moments. Along with many were Kelso was the worst. By Rhys McGinley Jun 18, The characters of Scrubs help the show be one of the best sitcoms available to watch. Robert "Bob" Kelso, M.D., is a fictional character played by Ken Jenkins in the American comedy-drama Scrubs. Bob Kelso is the chief of medicine for Sacred Heart Hospital for the first seven seasons of Scrubs (a position held since ), though he resigns in the episode " My Dumb Luck ". Of all the characters in the popular s sitcom Scrubs, Dr. Robert Kelso was arguably the closest thing to an antagonist. Frequently butting heads with the rest of the cast, Kelso was initially portrayed as a heartless bully, unable to be reasoned with under any circumstances. Dr. Kelso often tells stories about his son's homosexuality and his dislike for his son. But when Dr. Cox makes a comment on Harrison, Bob gets very offended. (" My New Suit ") Harrison spent his 13th birthday camped out on 42nd street with Bob for "Ain't Misbehavin' " tickets. Show all 13 episodes. February 3, Last Man Standing premiere. Pa Duskerton voice. Kelso macht Elliot fertig Kickers Offenbach Trainer Verzicht. Verschiedene Male versuchte er, sich wieder Luis R7-S Patienten zu unterhalten und diese zu behandeln, doch er wird nie richtig als Arzt angesehen, da er sich als Chef vor allem um bürokratisches kümmern muss. Er nahm noch sein Portrait mit, bedankte sich bei Ted für die langjährige Zusammenarbeit und fuhr weg. Meistgelesen Grey's Anatomy: Episode, Robert "Bob" Kelso, M.D., ist eine fiktive Figur, die Ken Jenkins im amerikanischen Comedy-Drama Scrubs spielt. Bob Kelso ist der Chef der Medizin für das Sacred Heart Hospital in den ersten sieben Staffeln von Scrubs, obwohl er in der Folge "My. Dr. Robert Kelso Geboren Frühling Beruf Chefarzt (pensioniert) Professor Arbeitgeber Winston. Ken Jenkins – Wikipedia. Dr. Bob Kelso leitet das Sacred Heart Hospital. Er ist bei den Mitarbeitern nicht gerade beliebt, was ihn jedoch nicht sonderlich stört. Er stellt.