Parksey wrote:Season 1-5 were great (though 2 and 3 in particular are where it really hit its stide). The tail-end of 5 and then all of season 6 is where J.D. started getting a bit too "zany" and was less realistic as a character. 7 is a bit odd because it was messed around too much by the writer's strike. Season 8, I thought, was a fine way to end the show and got back round to the character development side of things.
At it's best, I thought Scrubs was pretty well rounded for a sitcom. It was able to tug at the heart strings like the best dramas should do
Think that one where all three of their patients die, the one where Brendan Frasier dies, the one with all three transplant patients die... basically any episode where someone with lines in the script dies.
They ended it pretty much perfectly as well, so it's a shame that there was no Season 9.
I love scrubs. Without doubt one of my most favourite tv programs of all time. Such a strong array of leading characters, fantastic mix of comedy and drama. Awesome is the only way to describe it. Such a sad loss of tv series.
Also for those who don't download American tv and haven't seen season 9, e4 are showing it at 10pm from a week this Thursday. At least I think that what the advert said.
The Hawaiian double episode in Season 8 was brill (Ted's Hey Ya ) There were a few other decent episodes in Season 8. I'll agree that 7 was pretty terrible, though.
Just watched up to the season one episode where Cox is going for his "perfect game". Wish they'd managed to get the rights to use that Five For Fighting song on the DVD version of the ep. The track they replaced it with just sounds lame
Really great for four season, varied in quality massively for a season or two and was gooseberry fool by the end. The last episode (the proper one before the awful season 9 thing) was really really great though.