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Scrubs - Season 2
     

Scrubs - Season 2

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Director: Zach Braff, Donald Faison, Sarah Chalke, John C. McGinley

Cast: Zach Braff, Donald Faison, Sarah Chalke, John C. McGinley

 
The second season of Scrubs opens as the various staffers try to come to grips with surprising season-one revelations made by the worldly, all-knowing Jordan Sullivan (Christa Miller), the ex-wife of bombastic veteran doctor Perry Cox (John C. McGinley). In his characteristically demonic fashion,

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The second season of Scrubs opens as the various staffers try to come to grips with surprising season-one revelations made by the worldly, all-knowing Jordan Sullivan (Christa Miller), the ex-wife of bombastic veteran doctor Perry Cox (John C. McGinley). In his characteristically demonic fashion, chief doctor Bob Kelso (Ken Jenkins) deliberately steps up the competition amongst the younger staffers of Sacred Heart Hospital, putting a strain on the friendship between doctors J.D. (Zach Braff) and Turk (Donald Faison). As for sexy Dr. Elliott Reid (Sarah Chalke), she hasn't much time to pursue her romance with J.D., owing to a problem involving her living arrangements...or lack of same. In a later development, Jordan Sullivan reveals that she's pregnant, which serves only to make Dr. Cox even more ballistic than usual. And near the end of the season, nurse Carla Espinosa (Judy Reyes) agrees to marry Turk -- only to lose the engagement ring in a patient's digestive system! Appearing as guest stars this season are three veterans of the popular sitcom Spin City: Heather Locklear (as toothsome pharmaceutical sales rep Julie Keaton, who has a fling with Dr. Cox), Richard Kind, and Alan Ruck. Also on hand are John Ritter, who plays J.D.'s dad in a flashback sequence; Ed star Thomas Cavanaugh, cast as J.D.'s near-lookalike brother Dan; D.L. Hughley as Turk's brother Kevin; Dick Van Dyke as a brilliant but enfeebled surgeon whom Kelso hasn't the heart to fire; Rick Schroder as a "murse" -- male nurse -- whom Elliott briefly falls for; and Jay Mohr as a former student of Dr. Cox, who knows a little too much about his mentor for his own good.

Product Details

Release Date:
11/15/2005
UPC:
0786936281583
Rating:
TV14
Source:
Abc Studios
Region Code:
1
Time:
7:59:00
Sales rank:
13,538

Special Features

Closed Caption; One on one - with John C. McGinley; Music Stylings - featurette on music's role in the show; Scrubbed Out - exclusive deleted scenes; Practice, Practice, Malpractice - hilarious outtakes; Secrets and Lies - behind the scenes stories and jokes; And much more!

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Scrubs - Season 2 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
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Hilarious, Hilarious, Hilarous
RobMatt More than 1 year ago
This is a very good show. While it was on the air, I only caught it once in a while, but always found something that was enjoyable. Watching multiple eposides at a time makes it feel like your watching a good movie or reading a good book. The acting, writing, directing, everything about this show is top notch. It is a very enjoyable view.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Scrubs is by far one of the best comedies of all time. The show centers around the thoughts of the central character J.D. and his interactions with his best friends at the hospital, his arch nemisis the Janitor, his shrewd mentor, and the hospital's chief of staff. The show is like no other as it is the first comedy shot without a laugh track which is one of the things that makes it so great. The show will keep you laughing from the first episode to last as it contains witty dialogue mixed with hilarious physical action, and life lessons. I think everyone can relate to each of the characters as we all have a little J.D., Dr. Cox, and Janitor in us. A definite must watch for anyone looking for a great television show.
IndianaGentry More than 1 year ago
I love the show Scrubs- I watch re-runs regularly, and laugh every time. Now I own all of the seasons on DVD, and I can watch my favorite episodes whenever I feel like it. If you haven't seen Scrubs, it has a great lineup of characters, and the humor comes one joke after another. (It also doesn't hurt that Sarah Chalke is in this show!) I think everyone can find a favorite character in this series, and it has a lot of "re-play-ability."
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