Scrubs-ABC’s No Superman

November 20, 2008 at 9:31 pm (Television)

One of my favorite shows that used to air on NBC was Scrubs, the doctor comedy centering around JD, a new doctor learning the ropes in both medicine and life lessons. The show provided some incredible laughs and even supplied some ferociously tough emotional moments that helped you to sympathize with the doctors and Sacred Heart. Each character was different and hilarious in their own way. (You’ll notice my icon is the Janitor from the show, with his festive santa hat for the holidays-“You Won’t ruin my Christmas… again.”) However, due to some conflicts with NBC, the seventh season was the last for the show on that particular network. However, now the show is being picked up by ABC, along with the original cast, and the show’s lead, Bill Lawrence. Hopefully the show can continue it’s fine magic, even if it’s on a different channel. Also on the unfortunate side, Zach Braff, the man behind the lead character JD, has stated that he will not return after the 8th Season, and neither will Judy Reyes, another core cast member. Even Bill Lawrence has expressed doubt in returning. ABC has even thought about creating a new cast for the show after the 8th Season. This is my plea to ABC-If both Braff and Lawrence leave, it’s time to quit. Let the show die, and let it quit while it’s ahead. Don’t keep the shenanigan going and run it into the ground. Scrubs is a great and in my book classic show, please do not ruin it for me or any other Scrubs fan around the world. Scrubs’ seventh season was great, and hopefully, with the involvement of everyone on the show, the 8th will be just as good. The 8th season premieres Tuesday, January 6th, on ABC at 8:00 PM. 2 episodes will run together each week until they find a suitable partner to run it with.

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2 Comments

  1. dragonshensi said,

    So it’s gonna suck? I don’t care anyway. Don’t much care for the show.

  2. earlman27 said,

    No, hopefully it will still be good. But if they go another season with noone attached, then it will be junk.

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