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Cox's apartment—which was built in an old operating room. As well as these permanent locations, the production team would also often construct temporary sets as required, also within the hospital.
Instead of the more traditional artist trailers for the cast to retreat to during breaks, they were instead all given old hospital rooms as well as a small allowance to decorate them.
In some instances when either filming went on late, or the cast and crew went out after work, some, such as John C. McGinley would go and sleep in their dressing room at the hospital instead of going home.
For the ninth season, the show moved to Culver Studios. On November 5, , the Writers Guild of America went on strike , which put the production of the show's seventh season on hold.
When the strike started, only 11 of Scrubs ' 18 planned seventh-season episodes had been finished. Episode 11, " My Princess ", was eventually filmed,  although Lawrence was absent.
Filming of episode 11 was disrupted by picketers. It was believed that Lawrence had tipped the picketers off about the filming schedule, although these beliefs turned out to be false as Lawrence quickly drove to the set to "keep the peace".
Amid strike-induced doubt involving the final episodes of Scrubs , on February 28, , The Hollywood Reporter reported that ABC was in talks with corporate sibling ABC Studios with the aim of bringing Scrubs to ABC for an eighth season of 18 episodes,  despite Lawrence and Braff's protests that the seventh season would definitely be the last.
Creator Bill Lawrence described season eight as more like the first few seasons in tone, with increased focus on more realistic storylines, accompanied by the introduction of new characters.
Maddox, for a three-episode arc. Sarah Chalke was hoping that J. In the early episodes of the season, they did rekindle their relationship, and continued dating through the end of the season.
Several actors who guest starred as patients at Sacred Heart during the course of Scrubs returned for the finale. The double-length season eight finale, " My Finale ", aired on May 6, , and was expected to be the series finale, as well.
However, it soon became clear that the show would return for a ninth season. Bill Lawrence also stated that Scrubs as it was is over, for the show to move forward with a new cast in an ER type role on ABC, or take a new title completely.
In response to criticisms that the change would tarnish Scrubs ' legacy, Lawrence defended the decision, as it would allow the Scrubs crew to continue work through a recession : "'Legacy shmegacy.
On June 19, , it was announced that the ninth season of Scrubs would "shift from the hospital to the classroom and make med-school professors of John C.
McGinley's Dr. Cox and Donald Faison's Turk. McGinley and Faison were joined by "a quartet of newbies most of them playing students " as full-time regulars, while one of the freshmen "will be fairly famous.
Of the seven actors who had appeared in the show since the pilot, only Faison and McGinley retained their roles as regulars.
Zach Braff returned part-time and was absent for the majority of the season, while retaining lead billing for six episodes. Sarah Chalke returned for four episodes as a guest star; Ken Jenkins , credited as a guest star, appeared in nine of the 13 episodes; Neil Flynn appeared in the season premiere in a brief cameo; Judy Reyes was the only former star not to return to the show.
McGinley stated that the reason for some cast members not returning was that they demanded higher salaries.
Although, he did not confirm which cast members, he did specify that two of the original cast made demands; hence, they were not brought back.
On May 14, , it was officially announced that the show was canceled. The season nine finale, titled "Our Thanks", aired on March 17, Five days later, on March 22, , Zach Braff announced, via the official Facebook page, that the ninth season of Scrubs would be the last, commenting that, "Many of you have asked, so here it is: it appears that 'New Scrubs', 'Scrubs 2.
It was worth a try, but alas McGinley and Neil Flynn reprised their roles as J. In the episode, written and directed by Lawrence, Ted is in Hawaii and says his girlfriend, Stephanie Gooch , has run off with Dr.
The show is shot with a single instead of multiple-camera setup more typical for sitcoms. Despite the fact that some broadcasters, such as the BBC, consider Super 16 a "non-HD" format,  John Inwood believed that footage from his camera was not only sufficient to air in high definition, but it also "looked terrific.
Except for the finale of season five, "My Transition", which was broadcast in high definition ,  the first seven seasons of the show have been broadcast in standard definition with a aspect ratio.
After the show was moved from NBC to ABC, the broadcast format for new episodes changed to high definition and widescreen.
John Inwood opined that older episodes could be rereleased that way, as well. From the very beginning, he filmed the show with widescreen delivery in mind so the whole series could be aired in widescreen when the market evolved.
All nine seasons have been released on DVD in format. However, the eighth season was also released on Blu-ray Disc in the original widescreen format.
Music plays a large role in Scrubs. A wide variety of rock, pop, and indie artists are featured, and almost every episode ends with a musical montage summing up the themes and plot lines of the episode, and the music for these montages is often picked even before the episodes are completely written.
According to Lawrence, "Christa picks so much of the music for the show that a lot of the writers and actors don't even go to me anymore when they have a song.
They hand it to her. Featured songs present in the original broadcasts appear unaltered in the DVD release of the show.
However, a handful of songs were replaced in the versions released to streaming services such as Netflix and Hulu due to licensing issues.
The theme song of the series, performed by Lazlo Bane , is titled " Superman ", and can be found on the album All the Time in the World , as well as on the first Scrubs soundtrack.
Lawrence credits Braff for finding and suggesting "Superman" as the theme song,  with the specific lyric "I'm no Superman" serving as an allusion to the fallibility of the lead characters.
The Scrubs main title is performed at a faster tempo than the original recording of the song. The original, slower recording was used briefly at the beginning of season two, played during an extended version of the title sequence, as well as the opening for " My Urologist ", and a special edit of the title sequence for resulting in roughly 1—2 seconds of music, followed by the line "I'm no Superman", accompanied by a quick flash of credits.
The original introduction from season one was used through most of season three and then used for seasons four through eight.
Beginning with season nine, a new version of "Superman" is used which is performed by WAZ. Three official soundtracks have been released.
Colin Hay , the former frontman of Men at Work , has had music featured in at least seven episodes, and has appeared in the episode " My Overkill ", performing the song " Overkill " as a street musician, and in the episode " My Hard Labor " performing " Down Under ".
He also appeared in "My Finale". The music of Joshua Radin , who is a friend of Scrubs star Zach Braff,  appeared in six episodes.
They are a cover band, and often sing songs from a specific genre for example, cartoon theme songs or commercial jingles. Perry, and Philip McNiven.
The Blanks' album, Riding the Wave , features guest appearances from Lawrence and members of the Scrubs cast. This band was put on the show when Sam Lloyd brought his a cappella band to the Scrubs cast Christmas party.
Lloyd told Lawrence about his band, and Lawrence got the idea of putting them in the show. The Worthless Peons also sing the theme song to the web series Scrubs: Interns , which features the new interns from season eight learning about the hospital in the same way that J.
Interns is aired on the ABC website. The chest X-ray featured at the end of the title sequence was hung backwards for most of the first five seasons.
Lawrence has stated that having the X-ray backwards was intentional as it signified that the new interns were inexperienced. The error became somewhat infamous and was even parodied in " My Cabbage ".
An attempt was made to fix the error in the extended title sequence used at the beginning of season two that included Neil Flynn , but the extended sequence including corrected X-ray was soon scrapped due to fan and network request.
Finally, in " My Urologist ", Dr. Kim Briggs steps into the credits and switches the X-ray around, saying, "That's backwards; it's been bugging me for years".
At the beginning of season eight, when the series switched to ABC, the chest X-ray was once again backwards. The ninth season features a new title sequence with a new version of the theme song "Superman" performed by WAZ.
Cox and Turk, while J. In all season nine episodes that do not feature J. The X-ray at the end of the sequence is also not backwards and the subtitle "Med School" appears at the end of the sequence.
Throughout its original run, Scrubs received critical acclaim, with many critics praising its cast, characters, and humor especially J.
The seven following seasons were rated, respectively, 9, 9, 9, 8, 7. The Truth About Nursing, which checks the realism of the medical series, gave Scrubs a "Nursing rating" of 1.
However, the reviewer stated, "The show's portrayal of nursing has been less impressive". USA Today reviewer Robert Bianco wrote a negative review, stating "The result is a deadly, deal-driven mistake that takes a network that has made great sitcom strides forward one unfortunate step back".
He also noted that the presence of a few members of the original cast Braff, Faison, and John C. McGinley "only makes it harder for the new characters to take hold" despite his additional criticism of Braff's performance.
Scrubs received 17 Emmy nominations, in categories such as casting, cinematography, directing, editing, and writing, winning only two.
The series was nominated again the following year for Outstanding Comedy Series. Nusbaum, and John W.
Cook II with Entourage. The show won the , , and Humanitas Prize , an award created for rewarding human dignity, meaning, and freedom.
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Turk said that Dr. Clock was the second hottest employee at Sacred Heart after Nurse Tisdale and that he would kill to have sex with her; however, he also disapproved of her profession and sometimes referred to her as a "devil woman".
Clock was perky and extremely optimistic, expressing great joy over the fact that the hospital cafeteria was serving kielbasa and arguing that all people were innately good-natured.
She was excellent at her job, very intelligent and self-confident, and as a result, she became the mentor and role model that Elliot had always wanted along with Carla.
She had an uncanny ability to single out a person's deepest insecurity, once reducing Elliot to tears with the word "eyebrows". She also showed a fetish for men who had mental health problems like J.
Clock was one of the few people in the hospital who were completely impervious to Dr. Cox's sarcastic barbs. She used the time in which he was ranting to compose flippant replies, which annoyed him to no end.
Clock announced her plan to accept a position at a Milwaukee hospital and made out with J. She agreed to sleep with J.
She ended up leaving without anything happening between the two of them after Elliot gave J. Clock, but actually said, "Now we're even. The name Molly Clock was an homage to one of the medical consultants on the show, Dr.
Dolly Klock. Randall Winston, played by Martin Klebba , was a little person who worked in the janitorial branch of Sacred Heart.
He had a very likable demeanor and addressed people as "Bro" or "Brah". The character was named for one of the show's producers, Randall Winston who played Leonard, the security guard with a hook for a hand.
Randall's first two appearances took place in J. Cox and Jordan's sadomasochistic sex routines in which Randall seemed to participate.
Kelso as "my new associate". When J. This was one of several cases in which the Janitor drew the short straw in competing with Randall.
For instance, Randall was incredibly strong for his size and not only was able to bring the Janitor to his knees by squeezing his hand and apparently breaking it "It's like a mechanical vise!
When the Janitor challenged him to a rematch on the roof of the hospital, Randall responded, "You never learn, do you?
Although generally on good terms with J. Randall was also a member of the first Brain Trust and was the third member of Hibbleton, the Janitor's a cappella band.
He appeared in " My Finale " as one of the many supporting characters whom J. Both characters were named after the actor who played Leonard on Scrubs.
The real-life Winston was the basis for the character Carter on Spin City , and his friendship with Lawrence was the basis for the one shared by Turk and J.
He was seen as an intern as early as Season 1's " My Super Ego " but was not credited. Kelso at a conference.
He later got a snake when a patient who owned a pet store gave it to him, and said, "My hos are gonna love this. Mickhead, Colonel Doctor, and Dr. Also revealed in " My Own Worst Enemy " was that he had feelings for a squeaky-voiced intern named Josephine.
Just like the Janitor, Troy came to hate J. However, Troy's tendency to get overenthusiastic while messing with J.
Troy also twice proposed to simply kill J. Troy was not very intelligent to solve J. In " My Moment of Un-Truth " Season 3 , the Janitor used Troy as the sole guest at a fake twin birthday party in the cafeteria, a video of which was supposed to serve as "indisputable evidence" to Turk and J.
The clumsiness of the whole performance was partly attributable to Troy's extremely bad acting and his following the Janitor with his eyes as the Janitor switched sides and into the role of Roscoe behind the camera.
Troy was also a member of the first brain trust and of Hibbleton, the Janitor's a cappella group. Paul Zeltzer, played by Bob Clendenin, was a skilled oncologist who made his first appearance in Season 1 in " My Hero ".
Cox described him as "the finest oncologist we have on staff". Cox invited him and some other doctors to his apartment for food and drinks, and Zeltzer immediately asked whether there would be prostitutes there.
When Cox told him no, Zeltzer unconvincingly responded, "Oh, uh, good. Zeltzer commented, "That's why my wife and I use candles. A flashback revealed that once, when Zeltzer and his wife had Dr.
Cox and Jordan over for drinks, they slipped their guests "roofies" Rohypnol , a date rape drug. After Cox and then Jordan passed out, Mrs.
Zeltzer announced, "Party time! Zeltzer had a strong rivalry with Dr. There will be prostitutes. He was J. After Dr. Cox forced J. Before leaving the hospital for the final time as a doctor, Cabbage stopped to pick up a used medical glove and dropped it into a waste bin.
This caused him to accidentally spread an infection to Mrs. Wilk when he stopped to thank her for being so kind to him " My Cabbage ". The infection led to her death in the next episode, " My Five Stages ".
Michael Learned played Patricia Wilk, a kind and genial patient who suffered from a very serious disease that caused a lengthy stay in the hospital.
While there, she befriended many of the staff, especially her physicians J. Eventually, despite seemingly insurmountable odds, she recovered to the point of being released from the hospital.
However, because of the last act of medical ineptitude of Jason "Cabbage" Cabbagio who forgot to wash his hands after handling an infected medical glove and then shook her hand just before she left for home , she contracted an infection that forced her to return to the hospital one week after leaving.
Because of her already seriously weakened immune system, the infection quickly became deadly. Despite the efforts of J.
She became depressed and scared of death, and J. Succumbing to the infection, she lapsed into unconsciousness and died peacefully.
Wilk had a lasting effect on J. Sean Kelly, played by Scott Foley , was a handsome and charismatic animal trainer who worked at SeaWorld.
He quickly won over all of Elliot's close friends, with the notable exception of J. Elliot and Sean's relationship had its ups and downs, with Elliot ultimately breaking up with him—just as they were preparing to move in together—after realizing that she still had feelings for J.
Almost immediately, J. He convinced Sean to come to Turk and Carla's wedding and win Elliot back. Sean did come but was unable to convince Elliot to take him back.
He found some satisfaction in the fact that Elliot had had her heart broken too, and ended up leaving the wedding with J.
Sam Dorian, played by John Ritter , was J. He was the main source of income for his family, and, although he failed to get ideal wages, he still made enough for the family to get by.
Sam and his wife, Barbara, got divorced when J. He was good friends with Turk, as they both acted and sounded like "real men". The episode paid homage to Ritter's real-life death.
Cox was generally disgusted by his lack of maturity and his self-serving attitude and referred to him at one point as "the worst older brother in the world".
Dan was seemingly oblivious to Cox's disdain and often reacted to his rants in a nonchalant manner. However, Turk and Elliot genuinely liked him, the latter being somewhat attracted to him in earlier seasons.
While at first, J. He was also aware that J. Cox, and eventually asked Cox to promise that he would never have a reason to let J.
He had a fling with Elliot in Season 4, which J. The siblings were briefly estranged after J. As of Season 7, Dan was gainfully employed in real estate.
He finally purchased his own home and gave J. Upon meeting J. Dan makes a brief last appearance in " My Finale " as the first person J.
His final line was his apparent catchphrase to J. She was the younger sister of Dr. Cox's ex-wife, Jordan Sullivan.
Like J. According to J. At Turk and Carla's wedding, she made out with both Doug and Ted in quick succession, something she apparently had a habit of doing at people's weddings.
This led to a fight between the two when they were quarantined together. According to Turk, she also threw up on his grandmother before leaving the wedding in the company of Sean.
She appeared for the last time in Season 4. She was mentioned in Season 9 when Jordan told Dr. Cox that a man she married had died.
She was so named because her parents were watching the Disney film Lady and the Tramp not long after she was conceived. Pongetti had a cameo in "My Philosophy" as Dr.
Mitchell, a research fellow with an office next to Dr. A local musician who played her ukulele for the hospital's patients, Stephanie became the object of Ted's affection.
Although Ted could initially be around her only in the presence of his band, he later overcame his awkwardness.
The two began dating, a fact Ted enjoyed flaunting to the hospital's staff. By the end of Season 8, Ted and Stephanie had moved in together.
Micucci performed several of her original songs on the show, including "Screw You" a modified version of her Garfunkel and Oates duet "Fuck You" , which was featured in both Scrubs and the Scrubs: Interns web series.
Franklyn, played by Masi Oka , was a quiet medical technologist seen throughout the series. Because he was so calm and quiet, he was often used by the other characters.
For example, when Dr. Cox destroyed Franklyn's lab in a fit of rage, Franklyn still retained his calm demeanor, despite his apparent annoyance.
He may also have had a crush on Elliot, as evidenced by the fact that in one episode, Elliot was easily able to persuade him to run a lab on a patient by flirting, though he had other work.
She once got him to re-check a test sample by asking him while crying. Cox tried to scare him off by offering a very painful bone marrow test, but was surprised and guilty when he found out that Mr.
Corman had Waldenström's macroglobulinemia. He apologized for not believing Mr. Corman, but Mr. Corman lectured him on not caring enough about his patients.
At the end of the episode, he said of his name that it did not "get him as much action as you may think" after admitting to Dr. Cox, whom he severely annoyed, that he did not get the scan.
In earlier episodes, he sued Turk for giving him a restraining order and won the case. He was known to serve a tennis ball with enough force to incapacitate a person.
Extremely talented at creating fast-spreading catchphrases, Ed was well liked by many at the hospital but hated by J.
He stated that he used to be a DJ. Though he was exceptionally intelligent and skilled compared with the other interns, he remained content with being an average doctor and spent more time doing ridiculous activities with his friends than learning medicine.
Cox realized his laziness, he ordered Ed to spend two days studying cardiac diseases. When he failed to study, Cox fired him. Jimmy, played by Taran Killam , was introduced in Season 8.
He was known at Sacred Heart as "the Overly Touchy Orderly" because he appeared to have an extreme tactile addiction—touching everyone and offering rubs, massages, or just general physical contact, regardless of whether people consented.
Jimmy's love for contact extended beyond people; for example, when he was forced to keep his hands to himself, he fondled a table.
He was temporarily part of the Janitor's "Brain Trust". He was fired by Doctor Maddox, only to be reinstated when she was removed as chief of medicine.
He had a talent for impersonation. He was seen in J. D's last fantasy at Sacred Heart, massaging Dr. She exhibited telling signs of clinical depression, but because of her cheery-obnoxious personality, doctors misdiagnosed her every time she was admitted to Sacred Heart.
Despite his best efforts to avoid her, she eventually had lunch with him and tried to tell him about her problems, but J. Later in the episode, Jill was admitted to Sacred Heart unconscious and eventually died without regaining consciousness.
Because her tox screen was positive for cocaine , and because of what she said at lunch, J. Her organs were given to transplant patients, most of whom were almost out of time.
However, the autopsy revealed that she had died of rabies , and all the transplant patients consequently succumbed to the disease.
Jill returned as a ghost to haunt Dr. Cox in " My Long Goodbye ". He is from Darien and shares a dislike of "touchy, feely culture" with Elliot.
His blunt manner often lands him in the hospital, with injuries caused by his mother who pushed him down the stairs for saying she was fat and boring , his father, a woman he told she "smells like wet ass" and in one episode he has a broken penis.
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