I am going to die.
OK, so here's what happened. I was standing beside the nurses' station talking to Turk and a few residents. Carla was behind the counter and Elliot stood on my left. The Todd was sitting on the counter grinning and nodding.
Some resident was having girl problems and had asked for opinions from all the other guys. After listening to Todd's most likely made up story of some blonde he picked up last night, Turk had started shoveling out his advice and experience, but had trailed off into nothing as Carla started glaring at him.
Then it was my turn. After several dead ends of advice, which the kid had already tried I finished with the sentence, "Be spontaneous."
"Yea, girls love spontaneous!" Elliot had chirped in agreement.
"You could send her flowers at work."
"Win her over before you ask her out." Turk grinned as Carla smiled at him, nodding her head.
"What if she still shoots me down? I want at least one kiss from her." He whined.
"You could always tell her that, some girls are nice enough to grant a wish like that." Elliot chirped.
"Or you could just be spontaneous and kiss her." Turk added.
"Yea, just grab her and kiss her." I grinned.
Now here's the bad part. My plan was to grab Elliot and kiss her, I know she wouldn't have minded, unfortunately, what I hadn't realized was that Elliot was no longer standing beside me and had been replaced by none other than Dr. Cox. Again, unfortunately I didn't realize this until it was too late.
Yep, you guessed it, I kissed Dr. Cox.
I pull away very slowly, and then ran faster than I ever have in my entire life. I used the stairs, running down three flights, ran past the janitor out the front door, jumped on Sasha and drove as fast as I could to Elliot's place. Dr. Cox would find me at Turk and Carla's and Elliot was spending the night at Keith's so I could cower in fear all by my self.
"What was that?" Carla asked after a long pregnant silence.
Dr. Perry Cox glared, and for once Carla flinched. He turned and stalked off down the hall in the same direction JD had gone, knocking over an intern that just happened to get in his way.
"Baby I'm not ready to go to JD's funeral." Turk murmured.
"None of us are." Carla agreed, patting his hand gently.
"Poor JD." Elliot sighed. "Wait! I had to ask him a question! Oh…Never mind. I'm not chasing after him now."
"You know Elliot, if you hadn't moved…"
"Dr. Cox still scares me! I'm a little surprised JD didn't hear him growl at me to move."
"Dr. Cox must still scare JD too, with the way he ran out of here." Turk murmured. "Then again, anybody would react like that if they accidentally kissed Dr. Cox."
"Especially if he hates them as much as he hates JD." Elliot added.
"Don't you bumbling idiots have work to do?"
At the sound of Dr. Cox's rumbling voice everyone scattered in every direction, everyone but Carla.
Carla continued shuffling through the files in front of her, a smirk on her face.
"What?" Cox snapped.
"You know, Bambi will suffer enough with fear and worry, why don't you just leave him alone?"
"Why should I do that?" He asked, head cocked to the side.
Carla chuckled. "You're not going to let Bambi live this down, are you?"
Cox grinned before spinning on his heel and disappearing down the hall again.