Scrubs - Season 6

Scrubs - Season 6

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Director: Zach Braff, Donald Faison, Sarah Chalke

Cast: Zach Braff, Donald Faison, Sarah Chalke

     
 
By this time a key element of NBC's Thursday-night sitcom lineup, Scrubs launches its sixth season as protagonist/narrator J.D. Dorian (Zach Braff), an attending physician at Sacred Heart Hospital, learns to his astonishment that his urologist girlfriend Dr. Kim Briggs (Elizabeth Banks) is pregnant. Also in "a family way" this season is nurse Carla Espinosa

Overview

By this time a key element of NBC's Thursday-night sitcom lineup, Scrubs launches its sixth season as protagonist/narrator J.D. Dorian (Zach Braff), an attending physician at Sacred Heart Hospital, learns to his astonishment that his urologist girlfriend Dr. Kim Briggs (Elizabeth Banks) is pregnant. Also in "a family way" this season is nurse Carla Espinosa (Judy Reyes), impregnated by Dr. Christopher Turk (Donald Faison), and Jordan Sullivan (Christa Miller), ex-wife of Sacred Heart's long-suffering chief of surgery Perry Cox (John C. McGinley). In fact, virtually the only principal female character who isn't pregnant is the hapless Dr. Elliot Reid (Sarah Chalke), who's miserable about her non-preggie status. This year's plot developments include Elliot's desire to go into private practice, whereupon she is mercilessly needled by Dr. Cox, who at one juncture begins acting exactly like the antihero of the TV medical drama House; a curious malady which causes J.D. to black out at inconvenient times; the unfortunately-not-permanent vacation of J.D.'s nemesis The Janitor (Neil Flynn); the sudden departure of Sacred Heart's resident gossip Nurse Laverne Roberts (Aloma Wright); and a touching story arc involving an Iraq war veteran (Michael Weston). Other choice moments include an impromptu musical comedy inspired by a patient (played by Broadway actress Stephanie D'Abruzzo); the change-of-pace episodes His Story IV, narrated by Dr. Bob Kelso (Ken Jenkins), and "Their Story, with the narration chores shared by Sacred Heart's lawyer Ted (Sam Lloyd), sex-obsessed doctor Todd (Robert Maschio), and Jordan Sullivan; and the guest appearance of Keri Russell as Elliot's freewheeling sorority sister. In the events leading up to the season finale, Elliot becomes engaged to mild-mannered resident Keith Dudemeister (Travis Schuldt), causing J.D. to have second thoughts about breaking up with Elliot -- even as he prepares to move in with Kim.

Product Details

Release Date:
10/30/2007
UPC:
0786936738506
Rating:
TV-14
Source:
Abc Studios
Region Code:
1
Time:
8:42:00
Sales rank:
40,901

Special Features

My making of: "My Musical" - The cast stars in a musical episode with songs written by Tony Award winning composers. See it all - from rehearsals to the full-blown spectacle; Judy Reyes keeps talking - the actress behind Carla Espinosa reveals her inspiration and secrets of the event-packed season; Scrubbed out - Deleted scenes; Alternate lines - a second opinion; Practice, practice, malpractice - Outtakes; Audio commentaries and more

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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."
SheastyCakes More than 1 year ago
That is all I have to say. It's a good show and speeks for itself.
Guest More than 1 year ago
"Scrubs" is a great show for many reasons. "Srcubs" is a good show because Touchstone always has a narrator. The narrator ussaly consist of JD (Zach Braff). Also "Scrubs" is good because of how Dr. Cox is always a jerk and how Elliot (Sarah Chalke) can never say no. In addition to that JD and Turk (Donald Faison) are best freinds and yet they are so different.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The best season ever i love scrubz
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