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The Five and Dime is for those Scrubs that would like to go the extra mile by beats, or remixes, special performances, meet-and-greets, and much, much more . The Janitor is a fictional character, played by actor Neil Flynn in the American comedy-drama . When J.D. remembers meeting his father, Janitor responds mysteriously that "You met a man." Janitor is the self-appointed leader of the " Brain Trust", an unofficial club at the hospital that consists of a rotating cast of Sacred. Join the Scrub Club and its cast of characters to learn about keeping hands clean with Along with the heroes, you will also meet the villains (salmonella, flu.
The Scrub Club is designed for children who are 3 to 8 years of age. Children in this age range are at different cognitive and developmental levels. To emphasize the importance of personal hygiene, NSF recommends that parents and educators aid in the educational process by viewing the Scrub Club Web site with young children.
Older school-age children will be able to navigate through the Web site with more autonomy so they can truly benefit from the fun and informative learning experience through individual Web site interaction. Overall, all children, parents, and educators will benefit from revisiting the Web site as new educational programs are introduced. A Critical Issue Statistics: School days missed Every year, more than million school days are lost due to illness.New Barco Fixtures at The Scrub Club
It is believed that a great number of these days could be reduced if children merely washed their hands properly and regularly. Reuters New Media, Save money for schools School absences resulting from sick students and teachers are more than just disruptive, they can be expensive, too.
Schools need to pay substitutes when teachers are sick and teachers need to spend extra time and resources helping sick students catch up. Parents are also affected because of lost work days and additional healthcare expenses due to having a child sick at home. With school district budgets as tight as they are these days, it makes financial sense to significantly limit school days missed due to avoidable illnesses. Infectious diseases Here are some infectious diseases whose occurrences could be greatly reduced with proper and regular handwashing: Salmonella Salmonella is a group of bacteria that can cause diarrheal illness in people and are usually transmitted to humans by eating contaminated foods such as raw and undercooked eggs, undercooked poultry and meat, dairy products, seafood, fruits and vegetables.
Coli Most types of E. Coli bacteria won t cause us harm, but there is one strain which causes approximately 73, cases of foodborne illness each year in the United States. Coli are common in all animals, so anytime we eat something, drink something, or touch our hands to something that has been either a part of or near where animals are, there is always the potential to ingest these bacteria. Shigella The Shigella germ is actually a family of bacteria that can cause diarrhea in humans.
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Poor hygiene causes Shigella to be easily passed from person to person and accounts for an estimatedcases of illnesses each year. Campylobacter Campylobacter is the most common bacterial cause of diarrhea in the U. It can be transmitted to people by eating raw and undercooked meat and poultry and by drinking raw milk and untreated water.
It is best prevented by proper food handling and cooking, maintaining sanitary water supplies and practicing good hygiene. Influenza Influenza commonly called the flu is a contagious respiratory illness caused by Influenza viruses. Influenza viruses are spread from person to person in respiratory droplets of coughs and sneezes.
Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when coughing or sneezing, and wash your hands often to help protect yourself and others from getting sick. How germs spread Because their warm and moist environment is a conducive place for germs to live, hands are the most common way germs are spread. And since hands are always touching various objects, from noses to doorknobs, they pick up germs as well as spread them.
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Germs can be spread both directly e. Wet hands with warm, running water. Rub hands together vigorously for 20 seconds. Don t forget to wash under the fingernails. Rinse away all soap.
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Dry hands thoroughly with a paper towel or hand dryer. Instances when handwashing is a must: Each of the Scrub Club kids represents one of the six steps of the handwashing process: Hot Shot and Chill A brother and sister duo, Hot Shot and Chill turn into hot and cold faucets and then combine to make the warm water essential for proper handwashing.
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Squeaks The absent-minded professor of the group, Squeaks turns into various forms of soap, from bars of all sizes to pumps of all kinds. Taki Outgoing and friendly, Taki turns into a clock that counts down the required 20 seconds for thorough handwashing. Scruff Scruff is an intense guy with a heart of gold who reminds kids that hands aren t clean until the nails are clean. Tank The strong silent type, Tank turns into a sink and serves as a reminder to rinse away germs.
An artsy girl with a dry sense of humor and cool sense of style, P.
Some of his more notable sidekicks are: Sal Monella A contagious cowboy who rustles up trouble with his slimy stampedes. Coli The notorious king of all bacteria, Big E will make your tummy shake, rattle and roll.
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Lee Ermeywho famously played a drill instructor in Full Metal Jacket. At the end of the episode, he is replaced.
The Brain Trust originally had three other members, but Janitor became fed up with them during lunch, and joined the table behind him where the new members were sitting.
Name[ edit ] The mystery of Janitor's name is a running gag throughout the series. In " My Hero ", Janitor chastises J. In " My Manhood ", Janitor tells Dr. Cox "I've been called a great many horrible names in my life: Maddox played by Courteney Cox Arquetteasks what Janitor's name is, he chuckles and makes reference to the fact she's new, alluding to the fact that she's oblivious to the fact even the longest-standing members of staff don't know his name.
She examines his name tag only to find it says "The Janitor. He said that the only clue he had given was that Janitor's name is the same as the janitor on Clone High Glenn, voiced by Neil Flynn. However just a few seconds later, someone else walks by and calls Janitor by another name, "Tommy," to which he responds.
This would have been revealed to the audience in the finale. From the beginning of Season 2, Flynn joins the rest of the main cast appearing in the show's extended opening credits, but the credits were changed back due to objections by NBCwho wanted longer episodes instead. However, he was still acknowledged as a main cast member by the producers as of the second season.
Since the start of season two, Janitor has had encounters with most of the other regular characters.
Production notes[ edit ] Flynn is an improv comedian and, as such, ad-libs many of his lines. Although it is often stated that Flynn ad-libs all of his lines, on several parts of the Season One DVD commentaries and special features, both Flynn and series creator Bill Lawrence say that it is generally a mix of ad-libbed lines and the original script, with Flynn usually building on the original lines.
Lawrence has also said that the rest of the cast followed Flynn's lead and that he Lawrence would occasionally enter the rehearsal room with no idea what scene was taking place due to its lack of resemblance to the original script. Janitor's alter egoDr. Sam Lloyd once commented on Flynn's improvising: Whatever Neil says,' and I just started laughing. Cox which ultimately went to John C.
However, Lawrence asked Flynn if he would consider another part: