Dr. Bob Kelso. likes. Hallo ich bin Dr. Bob Kelso und ich stehe auf Nutten. Robert (Bob) Kelso. Gefällt Mal. Hei Campione, chi ha due pollici e non ti ascolta neanche? Dr. Robert Kelso Geboren Frühling Beruf Chefarzt (pensioniert) Professor Arbeitgeber Winston.
Bob Kelso Navigationsmenü
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. Bob Kelso ist der Leiter des Sacred Heart Hospitals, der als Chef von den meisten Mitarbeitern gehasst wird. Kelso wird in "Scrubs" von Ken. Dr. Bob Kelso. likes. Hallo ich bin Dr. Bob Kelso und ich stehe auf Nutten. Robert (Bob) Kelso. Gefällt Mal. Hei Campione, chi ha due pollici e non ti ascolta neanche? Nichts auf dieser Welt, das sich zu haben lohnt, fällt einem in den Schoß! Nothing in this world that's worth having comes easy. Bob Kelso in Scrubs, Staffel 4.
Dr. Bob Kelso. likes. Hallo ich bin Dr. Bob Kelso und ich stehe auf Nutten. Jun 9, - This Pin was discovered by Sarah Law. Discover (and save!) your own Pins on Pinterest. Bob Kelso ist der Leiter des Sacred Heart Hospitals, der als Chef von den meisten Mitarbeitern gehasst wird. Kelso wird in "Scrubs" von Ken.
Bob Kelso Navigation menu VideoThe most underrated rant/joke from Dr. cox (SCRUBS Dr. Cox VS Dr. Kelso)
Bob Kelso Dr. Robert Kelso Video31 Times Dr. Bob Kelso From \
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 has a tattoo of the word "Johnny" on his buttocks " In the seventh season, he turns 65, which is the hospital's mandatory retirement age.
He then decides to retire on his own terms, after reminiscing with Boon, a new intern, outside of the hospital. Amidst his ramblings, he reveals that he truly does love the hospital and the people who work there.
The discussion reveals that the first person he "killed" a rite of passage for doctors was a year-old pregnant girl whom he mis-diagnosed.
At the end of this episode, he takes one last look at the hospital and drives off into the sunset. Despite no longer working at Sacred Heart, Kelso remained a series regular.
Now that Kelso was no longer a hospital bureaucrat , he reveals himself actually to be a decent human being; he becomes Dr. Cox's confidant, as Cox cannot talk to anyone else about how much he hates his new job.
When he sees Cox's and J. After stealing his favorite table from Coffeebucks, he gives J. The entire staff waves good-bye to Kelso from the hospital's windows before he leaves.
D, Turk and Dr. Kelso has a well-hidden compassion for all his patients, his coworkers, and even his employees. He has claimed in the past to be indifferent to the fact that so many people dislike him, but Cox has noted that deep down Kelso does not like to be thought of as the most hated person in the hospital.
However, when he gives instructions over the phone to keep the uninsured father in the hospital, the person on the other end is skeptical that it really is Kelso speaking.
For example, when the admission of Iraq War veteran Private Brian Dancer sparks political debate with the staff of Sacred Heart to the point that his health is endangered, Kelso removes the employee discount at the hospital's coffee shop with the exception of himself in order to unite the staff once more by giving them someone to hate.
In one episode he chooses to treat a rich patient at the expense of a poor one, with both having identical symptoms. The poor man dies while the rich man lives, and donates enough money to re-open a pre-natal care program which had to be closed due to budget constraints.
However, the decision to allow the poor man to die is shown to affect Kelso to the point that he is visibly saddened when he goes home, though he makes sure to hide this fact from the other employees.
Throughout the series, Kelso delights in tormenting Ted Buckland Sam Lloyd , the hospital's milquetoast attorney, making him do thankless errands and busy work and denigrating him at every chance.
On the day he retires, however, Kelso thanks Ted for all his hard work. As of season 8, since Kelso no longer has to worry about the hospital, he is revealed to be a decent human being.
He becomes Cox's confidant about how much Cox hates his new job, and even starts a "secret friendship" with him. In the first episode of season 9 it is revealed that Enid died, which Kelso has now gotten over despite it apparently happening two days beforehand.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the Scottish footballer, see Bob Kelso footballer. Season 1. Episode 1.
October 2, Season 2. Episode Cox and Kelso are often at odds. Kelso's has an extremely complicated relationship with Perry Cox.
It's made up of one part hate and loathing and one part grudging respect. At times Kelso will do anything in his power to bring the hammer down on Cox, and other times they will be seen eating together and making fun of others.
While Kelso does admit that Cox is a good doctor, he has no patience for the fact that Cox cannot just 'play the game' like everyone else, and instead goes by his own rules.
The two of them often fight over new staff members, one trying to turn them against the other. Ever since Kelso retired, the position no longer gets in the way of their communication.
They become "secret friends," which Kelso says has "all the thrill of an affair, but without all that exhausting sex. Kelso gives J. Kelso's relationship with J.
Cox and Carla. He treats him with apathy, very rarely valuing his opinion, and is usually happy to see him in distress.
In one of the 'his story' episodes, however, Kelso thinks to himself that he is actually somewhat fond of J. And on J. Kelso offers a handshake and wishes J.
Carla and Kelso face off. Kelso's relationship with Carla Espinosa started when she began temporarily getting rides to work with him and the two bonded outside of work where he admired her 'sassy' nature.
However, Carla soon found being friends with Kelso alienated her from the nurses and Kelso began treating her as harshly as before to help her.
Carla and Kelso have a mutual respect for one another and often help one another when necessary, Kelso gave Carla advice about how to handle Turk's mole and convinced her to take the fertility test she was trying to avoid having out of fear.
Carla has helped Kelso out on a number of occasions in return. Elliot is nervous around Kelso. Bob Kelso especially enjoys tormenting Elliot Reid.
He constantly tries to undermine her confidence and self-worth, mocking her work decisions and lifestyle choices.
She was at first extremely sensitive to this, and didn't think she could handle it. She has since become used to Dr. Kelso and has even gone as far as to openly mock him in his presence.
For several episodes in Season 6, Dr. He has since gone back to insulting her as a doctor. Turk and Kelso argue over a bench.
Kelso's relationship with Christopher Turk is much like his relationship with everyone else, with the exception of his use of the name "Turk Turkelton", which he insists is Turk's real name since he first used it after getting drunk at Turk's wedding.
The "Turkleton" name has also been used by several other characters, including Jordan, who might have heard it from Kelso.
The "Turkelton" name has actually been transferred to Carla as well. Previously Kelso would refer to Carla as Nurse Espinosa. Currently though, he greets her as "Nurse Turkelton".
Kelso has admitted that Turk is the best surgeon in Sacred Heart. Kelso often abuses Ted's service. Ted Buckland is Kelso's personal punching bag.
He takes every opportunity to crush Ted's confidence and even going as far as pushing him to attempted suicide after reminding him that his accumulated vacation time expired.
However, before he left for his retirement he sincerely thanked Ted for everything. He also gathered some of New Sacred Heart's employees to see Ted off when he left to tour the nation with Gooch.
Kelso seems to despise Laverne Roberts as much as any nurse yet a long time ago he and nurse Roberts 'did it' once. However, this may not be true seeing as Laverne was so against sex before marriage.
Although this may have been before Laverne became religious. A young Dr. Kelso stealing his portrait when he quits his job.
Kelso like pharmaceutical reps, because they treat him and can make the hospital money. Kelso can play the guitar.
This wiki. This wiki All wikis. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Bob Kelso! How ya doin'? Categories :. Fan Feed 0 Main Page 1 J.Filmography by Job Trailers and Videos. May 6, Dad and "shacked up" with the actor playing Kelso. She was at first extremely Rosie Huntington to this, and didn't think she could handle it. Favorite actors. Retrieved February 23, A Series of Unfortunate Events. Food, or antidepressants can make Kelso happy. Ever since Kelso retired, the position Die Erfinderbraut longer gets in the way of their communication.
Bob Kelso Dr. Robert KelsoSo glaubt er beispielsweise jahrelang, dass Turk in Wahrheit Dr. Robert Kelso. Dorian Percival Jason Vs Freddy 2 Dr. Kleid Trauzeugin :. Im Laufe ihres 6. Cox aufhält, doch wenn, dann bringt Kelso nicht oft Wertschätzung für ihn auf. Mein erster Tag Sie haben nicht viel miteinander zu tun, da sich J. Bob Kelso!
Bob Kelso Appearances Video31 Times Dr. Bob Kelso From \
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. With an uncanny ability to discern employee's emotional frailties, he can intimidate them into quitting before they make life threatening mistakes that could seriously harm patients or be a huge liability to the hospital.
Kelso with Baxter. Bob Kelso was married to his wife Enid Kelso for 44 years, who was a wheelchair-bound overweight paraplegic.
There was a rumor that once a year, on their anniversary, he and his wife slept together. The result was that a day afterward Dr. Kelso is in a 'good mood', during which you can ask him for anything and you'll get it.
Only Turk knows that this is just a ruse by Kelso to keep people from asking for things any other day of the year.
Enid was at a fat camp during this time. Kelso has a gay son, Harrison , who has been a source of torment to Kelso. He often cites his son's actions when commenting on others' problems.
Although he constantly complains about his son's action, he really does love him; this is shown when he punishes Dr. Cox for bad-mouthing him, even in passing.
Kelso, in a fantasy , seduces Elliot. Kelso had his hands full with Enid, but he also seemingly had a few other illegitimate families he keeps on the side.
He has had many mistresses, mainly prostitutes, and even a Vietnamese son, Trong Tri whom he is putting through school.
The family member who receives most of Kelso's love was his dog, Baxter; an Australian shepherd who was aggressive towards his wife, Enid.
Both Baxter and Enid have passed away. Kelso leaves Sacred Heart on his last day. In , he turned 65 and was told that he had no choice but to retire.
After Elliot and Carla got Dr. Cox to convince the board to keep him, Kelso regardlessly decided to quit on his own terms.
He grabbed his portrait, thanked Ted for his years of loyalty, and drove away from Sacred Heart. However, it is revealed that he does not have enough money to travel as he wishes, and is content hanging around Coffee Bucks.
Kelso at Winston U's cafeteria. After Enid's passing, Kelso returned to work so he doesn't have to sit at home alone.
He is currently teaching courses at Winston University and chasing women. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately , especially if potentially libelous or harmful.
Dayton , Ohio , U. Joan Patchen. Katharine Houghton. The News and Courier. April 6, Retrieved February 23, Dayton Daily News.
Retrieved July 9, Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file.
Serving as chief of medicine since , Dr. Kelso is often seen as an unremorseful sort of man towards both patients and colleagues.
Until he retired at will, Kelso was completely desensitized by death and was infamous for his steadfast policy of a lack of insurance meaning the patient had to leave.
This stickler attitude that was mainly budget focused rarely ever waned unless he had a personal connection with the patient. Kelso had one main enemy and constant thorn in his side was Dr.
Perry Cox who after Bob was forced out at age 65 became the interim Chief of medicine for one episode. Upon the short return of Kelso as Chief of Medicine he eventually retired on his own terms but rarely left the hospital much after.
This was due to while he was Chief of Medicine having won free muffins for life at the in-hospital Coffee Bucks a play on the popular real life Starbucks and that he must have loved the hospital deep down due to the long history he had with it.
Another constant antagonist in his own life was Kelso's own wife Enid who he has said was overweight and whiny on multiple occasions.
Aside from what he displayed on the job at the hospital, Kelso indeed had a compassionate side.