Scrubs TV show review

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Taking the hospital concept most commonly used for dramas and making one of the funniest TV shows to ever air, Scrubs is a show that everyone should see at least once. Scrubs follows the employees of Sacred Heart Hospital. J.D., Turk, Cox, Kelso, Reid, Espinosa, and of course the janitor… Mainly though we follow J.D. on his journey from starting out as an intern with the ups and downs of life, career, and family, while still remaining hilarious and with a message. J.D.and Turk also also have the best bromance of anything to hit a screen! While at times Scrubs can be your standard comedy it is so much more than that. It has one of the most touching finales (or what SHOULD be its finale) I’ve ever seen and will bring tears to a grown mans eyes. I highly recommend you watch the first 8 seasons of it and forget the last one even exists.

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  1. One of my favourite shows of all time. Although it had its dips and peaks, it was consistently funny throughout. I even had time for the finale season and what it was trying to do, although I know what you mean about it slightly undercutting the “proper” finale.

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