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Scrubs is an Emmy and Peabody Award-winning Americancomedy-drama that premiered on October 2, 2001, on NBC. It was created by Bill Lawrence and is produced by ABC Studios (previously known as Touchstone Television).
The show focuses on the lives of several people working at Sacred Heart, a teaching hospital. It features fast-paceddialogue, slapstick, and surreal vignettes presented mostly as the daydreams of the central character, Dr. John "J.D." Michael Dorian.
The seventh season of Scrubs premiered on October 25, 2007.No episodes aired between December 6, 2007 and April 10, 2008 because of the 2007–2008 Writers Guild of America strike.The season concluded on May 8, 2008, ending the series' run on NBC. The series is slated to return during the 2008-2009 television season, with an eighth season to air on ABC.
Most episodes feature multiple storylines thematically linked via voiceovers by main character and narrator Dr. John "J.D." Michael Dorian, played by Zach Braff. According to Lawrence, "What we decided was, rather than have it be a monotone narration, if it's going to be Zach's voice, we're going to do everything through J.D.'s eyes. It opened up a visual medium that those of us as comedy writers were not used to. The show is shot with a single-camera setup instead of a multiple-camera setup more typical for situation comedies.The broad comedy is often counterpointed by more serious scenes, as Lawrence notes: "One of the things we thought early on was [if] we occasionally showed actual patients and actual people dying and things with emotional stakes, working in single camera, that it might be enough to combine with broad comedy.
At the end of most episodes, J.D. summarizes the story's theme in a sequence of shots that show how it has affected each of the characters. Scrubs has been advertised as "half as long as ER and twice as funny." The series has repeatedly featured guest appearances by movie actors not generally seen on episodic television, such as Colin Farrell, Heather Graham and Brendan Fraser.


Main characters

All but one of the main characters in Scrubs are medical professionals. The show's narrator and main character is John "J.D." Dorian (Zach Braff), a young attending physician and staff internist. He develops a close friendship with fellow intern and later attending physician Elliot Reid (Sarah Chalke); their relationship becomes romantic on several occasions. She is driven by a neurotic desire to prove her abilities to her parents, her peers, and herself. J.D.'s best friend is Dr. Christopher Duncan Turk (Donald Faison), a surgical attending physician. Turk roomed with J.D. at college and medical school, and the two have an extremely close relationship. During the course of the series Turk marries Carla Espinosa (Judy Reyes), the hospital's head nurse.Carla is prone to overreaction and compulsively tells her friends how to go about their lives.
Two other characters play senior roles in the hospital. Dr. Percival "Perry" Cox (John C. McGinley) is the senior attending physician at Sacred Heart and the hospital's Residency Director. J.D. considers Cox his mentor despite the fact that Dr. Cox routinely criticizes and belittles him. Cox frequently suggests that this harsh treatment is intended as conditioning for the rigors of hospital life. Ken Jenkins plays Dr. Bob Kelso, Sacred Heart's Chief of Medicine. Kelso is cold, heartless and cruel, driven primarily by the hospital's bottom line rather than the well-being of patients. However, it is occasionally suggested that he has a softer side, and that his cruelty is a means of coping with the hard decisions he is often forced to make, stating that when he became Chief of Medicine he thought he'd be "the man". Instead he very quickly realized that the harsh decisions made him unpopular, however, he had to continue his "evil" facade to keep the hospital running smoothly.
The only lead character who is not a medical professional is a hospital custodian known only as "Janitor". Played by Neil Flynn, Janitor has appeared in every episode, except for the season two episode "My Lucky Day." An incident in the pilot episode establishes an adversarial relationship between him and J.D., which persists throughout the series. This tends to take the form of the Janitor pulling mean-spirited pranks on J.D., although J.D. occasionally gets even.


SeasonEpisodesPremiereSeason finaleU.S. ratings[13][14][15][16][17][18]
Season 124October 2, 2001May 21, 200211.2 million (40th place)
Season 222September 26, 2002April 17, 200315.9 million (15th place)
Season 322October 2, 2003May 4, 200410.4 million (43rd place)
Season 425August 31, 2004May 10, 20056.9 million (88th place)
Season 524January 3, 2006May 16, 20066.4 million (98th place)
Season 622November 30, 2006May 17, 20076.4 million (87th place)
Season 711October 25, 2007May 8, 20086.38 million (115th place)

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