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"Scrubs" - Season - (9)
Reviewer:
Garrett Edward Godwin
Studio: Disney
Genre:
TV-Series
Release Date:
9/28/10
Special Features:

(See Below)

Review:

The diagnosis of the acclaimed yet ratings-challenged Scrubs went from being on life support to "jumping the shark" in its ninth and final season. For most fans, season eight was set to be the last with "My Finale", where J.D. (Zach Braff) finally realize that his reluctant mentor and father Dr. Cox (John C. McGinley) actually like him, he and Elliot (Sarah Chalke) have reunited, the Janitor (Neil Flynn, The Middle)'s real name is revealed and got married, and J.D. left Sacred Heart. The end, right? ***

No, because somehow, someway, and for some reason whatsoever, ABC brought the show back for a ninth season, but this is a new Scrubs with Cox and Turk (Donald Faison) as now teachers at Winston University, where medical student Lucy Bennett (Kerry Bishe) is the successor of J.D., now married to Elliott, who's expecting. If Lucy is the female J.D., then Denise Mahoney (Eliza Coupe) is the female Cox. ***

This season will have guest spots from not only J.D. and Elliott, but also the Janitor, the Todd (Robert Maschio), Jordan (Christa Miller, Cougar Town), and Dr. Kelso (Ken Jenkins), but alas, no Carla (Judy Reyes). Still, not having J.D. on Scrubs is like not having Richie Cunningham on Happy Days, though the latter lasted four more years while the former was pronounced dead on cancellation by ABC in the spring of 2010 after nine seasons and 181 episodes. ***

Special Features:

"Scrubbing In": A (6) min. feature about the season overall,Deleted Scenes:with commentary by Bill Lawrence during each of them, Bloopers:"Live From The Golf Cart" .

Final Words:

This new and final dose of Scrubs is not good medicine for most of the viewers, but new viewers can get a second opinion by watching seasons one through eight as well as getting this season that is now available on DVD.

 

 
 
 
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