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A Fairy Tale Ending

May 8th, 2008 by Ben Foster Video Editor

Scrubs has been one of my favorites since its premiere in 2001. As J.D. (Zach Braff), Elliot (Sarah Chalke) and Turk (Donald Faison) have grown from fresh-faced interns to full-fledged physicians, I’ve watched religiously — which hasn’t been easy considering how often it moved between Tuesdays to Thursdays. I’d even make sure “Scrubs night” was set aside so my friends and I could gather to watch. It was our weekly tradition. Now we gather around a computer screen to watch it on Hulu.

We all watch for different reasons: To see what J.D. will daydream next, which ridiculous exercise Dr. Cox will use to torment the interns, or whether J.D. and Elliot will give it a go yet again — or maybe all of the above, because it’s all so hilarious. Meanwhile, J.D.’s single-person narrative and all of the guest stars — Heather Graham, Tara Reid, Scott Foley and Elizabeth Banks — just make the show all the more enticing.

We’ve gone on to see Zach Braff take the lead in Garden State and do a great turn as a filmmaker on Arrested Development, and we’re looking forward to seeing what he and the rest of the cast will bring to Scrubs next fall.

Scrubs 2008 Finale

Where Scrubs will end up next season is still up in the air. We’ll wait and see, but in the meantime, you can watch this season’s medieval-themed finale here on Hulu.


President of the Hulu Brain Trust

Last comment: May 18th 2008 4 Comments
  • scott says:

    I’d really like Hulu to work with Armed Forces Network to allow some type of registration for military personnel and their families overseas.

    The Armed Forces Network does get free content from the major networks, but most of the shows are shown months after being aired in the US.

    There are a number of quality shows on television these days and by serving overseas we’re missing out on this content.

    For advertisers, we get paid in US dollars and buy things online or through the commissary or Exchange system all the time. We would endure commercials for the opportunity to see great content.

  • Ryan says:

    uhhh, it says it is the season finale…

  • Robert says:

    Umm, that’s only a season finale. Scrubs will be back next year. It seems your brain trust needs some work.

  • David says:

    I love scrubs, its my favorite show but i hated this episode, it wasnt funny at all.