Elliot Stabler - Wikipedia
Elliott is a villager who lives on the beach south of Pelican Town. He's one of the “Elliott lives alone in a cabin on the beach. He is a . Relationships. Elliott. Although not much is known about his childhood, Elliot describes his relationship with his father to be a very positive one. He tells Mr. Robot that his father was. OK this isn't a ground breaking theory but I just wanted to state it with the evidence. It looks to me like Elliot and Angela used to be married.
According to Chalke, her character was shown totally lacking "social skills. Her bedside manner or lack thereof is part of the reason that Dr. Cox decides to split the role of chief resident between her and the more sensitive J.
In the episode " My Fishbowl ," she admits that she tried to kill herself as a teenager by filling her pockets with rocks and walking into a lake, like her favorite author, Virginia Woolf ; however, the attempt failed when someone rowing a boat in the lake accidentally struck her on the head with an oar. In Season 3, Elliot undergoes a notable transformation; she begins dressing and grooming herself in a more sexually provocative manner and adopts a somewhat more assertive and self-assured personality.
A short feature on the Season 3 DVD set titled "The New Elliot" explained the reasons for the makeover and the response it engendered from Chalke and the show's writers. Chalke, speaking about her character, has noted how much Elliot changed through the run of Scrubs.
At the start of the series, Elliot was a competitive and independent person until she realized that she needed the help and support of her co-workers. In an interview, Sarah Chalke said that Bill Lawrence, the creator of Scrubs, wanted to avoid a "will they or won't they get together" plot for the series, instead opting for a running gag where they hook up once a year and have "everything blow up in [their] faces and not work out.
They repair their friendship, but it is later revealed that they still have feelings for each other,  and they begin sleeping together again in " My Monster. Later in the season, J.
D has nowhere to live. In the episode " My Cold Shower ," J. However, in " My Own Worst Enemy ," the Season 7 opener, Elliot realizes she is making a mistake and pulls away, asserting that the almost-kiss had nothing to do with her feelings for J. Later in Season 7, there are some subtle hints that Elliot and J.
For instance, the episode " My Waste of Time " ends with J. However, it is only after Dr. Kelso tells them to do whatever makes them happy that they decide to give their relationship another chance. Though Elliot remained at Sacred Heart, she moves in with J. By the start of Season 9, set a year after the Season 8 finale, they were married and expecting their first child. Carla becomes a source of personal and professional advice for Elliot; for her part, Carla reveals before her wedding  that she feels closer to Elliot than to her own sisters.
After Carla's marriage, the two begin to drift apart, but when they realize it, they vow to work harder on maintaining their friendship. Cast and crew members have commented that the development of Carla and Elliot's friendship was somewhat parallel to the development of that between Chalke and Judy Reyeswho played Carla.
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Throughout the series, Turk watches out for Elliot, J. The flash-forward scene at the end of "My Finale" shows all of them together as a happy family. Cox[ edit ] In Season 1, Elliot is alternately terrified of and eager to please Dr. Perry Cox, Sacred Heart's acerbic chief attending physician later residency director and chief of medicine. When Elliot woke up after falling asleep after a few hours, he found all the servers in the room had been destroyed, but he had no memory of it, suggesting this was a 'black out' where another personality had taken over.
He was subsequently taken to court and the judge made him go to therapy with Krista Gordon for anger management. It was childhood friend Angela Moss who encouraged him to take the job at Allsafe.
Elliot gets the job at Allsafe. He has proven himself to be knowledgeable and proficient, and has gained the trust of his superiors. Though he likes most of the people he works with, he must protect large corporations like Evil Corpwhich he deeply resents. Much of Elliot's anger is focused on E Corp, to the degree that whenever he hears or sees the name of the corporation's name he mentally translates it to "Evil Corp", which is the derogatory name he has assigned to it.
When he is not working, much of Elliot's time is devoted to grey-hat hacking. He stays up to date on forums and boards, and maintains contacts through the internet. He is skilled in information gathering and observation, and demonstrates skills in social engineering, which allow him to learn as much as possible about the people around him. He uses his skills to bring what he sees as justice to people who might otherwise escape the notice of law enforcement, as demonstrated by his confrontation with Rona prosperous coffee house owner who also runs a child-pornography website.
He also uses his skills to help ordinary people who may have been wronged, such as when he hacked his therapist's boyfriend to protect her from his more violent tendencies. Personality Elliot is an introverted, socially awkward person who holds in a lot of anger, mainly towards the society that he is unable to participate in.
He suffers from anxiety, which makes it difficult for him to participate in social situations. Because of this anxiety, he is unable to bring himself to attend Angela's birthday party, much to her frustration. Despite this, he will at times try to overcome his fear. Elliot is rarely seen not wearing a black hoodie which may be his personal uniform for the world and a comfort blanket of sorts. It also allows him to blend in to the world, much like a featureless, black anonymous avatar.
Elliot at a therapy session He confronts a coffee shop owner about the latter's illegal website in person in part to work on talking to people, but when he goes to the restaurant where Angela's birthday party is held and sees Angela with her boyfriendhe decides to leave.
Additionally, he does not like to be touched. Elliot receives mandated therapy to help him deal with his anxiety, as well as his emotional issues and anger management. Though he tells Krista, his therapist, that he is taking his medication, there are moments when he questions whether his perceptions are accurate.
He self-medicates with morphine, using suboxone to help with any withdrawal he may experience, but also uses recreational drugs such as Ecstasy. Although he has working relationships with some peers, his closest friend, Angela, is from childhood. Krista, his therapist, encourages him to connect with other people, but his anxiety generally prevents him from being comfortable in social situations. Despite this, he has a sexual relationship with Shayla, who eventually becomes his girlfriend.
He is also able to connect with the fsociety group, and to interact with people related to his hacks. Elliot's Diagnosis Elliot's therapy sessions and his own voice-over provide insights into his diagnosis.
Elliot acknowledges his own social anxiety disorder, and later, his extreme sadness, indicative of his clinical depression. Krista notes his delusions in one session, checking to be sure he has taken his medication. His actions, such as his hyper-vigilant awareness of those around him, suggest paranoia as well, a syndrome that frequently accompanies or causes delusions.