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very good show ,one of my many faves

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Scrubs Stars Zach Braff as John Dorian as a student in college who gets the chance to be an intern at Sacred Heart Hospital. What Dorian doesn't know is that the hopital is filled with a bunch weirdos for employees. for example Dr. Perry Cox(john C. McGinly) is doctor who expects the interns to know what it is they are doing when the start their internship and when they screw up he lectures them and taunts so it's pleasing to the audience (us, the viewer). then there's Dr. Robert "Bob" Kelso(Ken Jenkins) who does the same thing and is in charge of rounds which is the questioning of the interns of their knowledge in case they have to preform a procedure they have never done before. Kelso is famous for giving speeches to both Dr. Dorian and Dr. COx that are hilarious. the voice over by zach braff doesn't start to fit until after the first 4 episodes. However Dr. Dorian is not alone he has his buddy whom he's known since early childhood Turk(Donald Faison) who is an intern as well. in the very first few moments of the show Dr. Dorian meets Eliot Reed(Sarah Chalke) his love interest and best friend, whom in later episodes he dates and brakes up with only in the last few moments in the show's finale to discover that she is still crazy about him. but to top off the cast is the janitor played by a hilarious Neil Flynn who taunts interns becasue he has nothing better to do.scrubs one of those good sitcoms that comes around every once and awhile and is not garbage like most of the shows that are on Cbs and fox today so if you like quirky improv humor scrubs is for you

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Added by moviemaniac126
9 years ago on 10 July 2008 00:44




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