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  • Judy Reyes as Carla Espinosa wearing a black, purple. green, orange, and blue dress in the episode "My Fruit Cups" of the 2002 series "Scrubs."
    • American Broadcasting Company (ABC)

    Scrubs: My Fruit Cups

    2002

    Costume seen on Judy Reyes as Carla Espinosa

  • Jamie Lee Curtis as Tess Coleman wearing a black, purple, green, orange, and blue dress in the 2003 film "Freaky Friday."
    • Walt Disney Pictures

    Freaky Friday

    2003

    Costume seen on Jamie Lee Curtis as Tess Coleman

  • An uncredited actress wearing a green, purple, orange, and blue dress in the episode "Her Story II" of the 2006 series "Scrubs."
    • American Broadcasting Company (ABC)

    Scrubs: Her Story II

    2006

    Costume seen on an uncredited actress

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About the Costume

This colorful dress was first seen being worn by Judy Reyes as Carla Espinosa in a 2002 episode of the television show Scrubs entitled My Fruit Cups. In 2003, Jamie Lee Curtis was seen wearing the costume as Tess Coleman in Freaky Friday. The last time this dress was spotted was in a 2006 episode of Scrubs entitled Her Story II, where an uncredited extra wore it.

It should be noted that while this dress is clearly the same design throughout the three sightings listed above, it may not be the same exact piece. With period costumes, it’s generally safe to assume the piece in question is the same exact one, but modern costumes are often purchased off the rack. The most likely scenario is that the dress from both episodes of Scrubs is the same, as it may have been kept in that production’s wardrobe after its first usage and pulled for use in a later episode. The dress from Freaky Friday is likely a separate piece. That being said, Scrubs is an ABC Production. Since Disney owns ABC, and Freaky Friday is a Disney film, it is possible that these could be the same dress. 

 

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About the Costume

This colorful dress was first seen being worn by Judy Reyes as Carla Espinosa in a 2002 episode of the television show Scrubs entitled My Fruit Cups. In 2003, Jamie Lee Curtis was seen wearing the costume as Tess Coleman in Freaky Friday. The last time this dress was spotted was in a 2006 episode of Scrubs entitled Her Story II, where an uncredited extra wore it.

It should be noted that while this dress is clearly the same design throughout the three sightings listed above, it may not be the same exact piece. With period costumes, it’s generally safe to assume the piece in question is the same exact one, but modern costumes are often purchased off the rack. The most likely scenario is that the dress from both episodes of Scrubs is the same, as it may have been kept in that production’s wardrobe after its first usage and pulled for use in a later episode. The dress from Freaky Friday is likely a separate piece. That being said, Scrubs is an ABC Production. Since Disney owns ABC, and Freaky Friday is a Disney film, it is possible that these could be the same dress. 

 

This colorful dress was first seen being worn by Judy Reyes as Carla Espinosa in a 2002 episode of the television show Scrubs entitled My Fruit Cups. In 2003, Jamie Lee Curtis was seen wearing the costume as Tess Coleman in Freaky Friday. The last time this dress was spotted was in a 2006 episode of Scrubs entitled Her Story II, where an uncredited extra wore it.

It should be noted that while this dress is clearly the same design throughout the three sightings listed above, it may not be the same exact piece. With period costumes, it’s generally safe to assume the piece in question is the same exact one, but modern costumes are often purchased off the rack. The most likely scenario is that the dress from both episodes of Scrubs is the same, as it may have been kept in that production’s wardrobe after its first usage and pulled for use in a later episode. The dress from Freaky Friday is likely a separate piece. That being said, Scrubs is an ABC Production. Since Disney owns ABC, and Freaky Friday is a Disney film, it is possible that these could be the same dress. 

 

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