Scrubs 9 Seasons 2005

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Season 5
(42) IMDb 8.3/10

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J.D. struggles with decision-making and responsibility now that he is an attending physician, all the while Dr. Cox is testing his skills. And while Elliot is learning the ropes in her new hospital, she still feels more comfortable hanging out at Sacred Heart. Meanwhile, Carla is ready to have a baby, but Turk, afraid of moving forward, continues to slip her birth control pills.

Starring:
Zach Braff,Sarah Chalke
Runtime:
21 minutes

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Season 5

Product Details

Genres Comedy
Director Bill Lawrence
Starring Zach Braff, Sarah Chalke
Supporting actors Donald Faison, John C. McGinley, Ken Jenkins, Judy Reyes, Neil Flynn
Season year 2005
Network Disney ABC
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By C. Swan on 13 April 2007
Format: DVD
Scrubs: The Complete Fifth Series comes to DVD, contagious with extras including an extended cut of the 10th episode and a behind scenes look at the 5 years at Sacred Heart. As the gang enter their fifth year with the changes they made in conclusion to series 4, they find out just how scary change is, as JD begins his life on his own, and Elliot begins her fellowship, while Turk and Carla start their road to becoming a family.

Series 5 enters with a sollection of ultimate episodes including the 100th, My Way Home, directed by Zach Braff, His Story III - following the life of the Janitor and Her Story II following Carla and of course, the evr so talked about, My Lunch (which includes directors commentary).

If that's not enough, then come meet some of the short term residents including Billy Dee Williams (Star Wars), Mandy Moore, Elizabeth Banks & Jason Bateman.

You'll be a fool not to own this DVD!

But of course there is some negative points about the series, which includes the unfortunate arrival of the "stoner humour" which slowly turns Scrubs from an original show, to a typical sitcom. But this is Scrubs, and of course they still dodge that bullet to making the "stoner humour" into Scrubs humour.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By T. R. Alexander TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 6 July 2007
Format: DVD
After a rather lacklustre effort in season four, the great medical comedy Scrubs returns to form for its fifth season. This year sees Turk and Carla trying for a baby; Dr Cox has a crisis and J.D. his usual clumsy self. The best episode of the season has to be the 100th episode `My Way Home' a brilliantly made and funny homage to the Wizard of Oz, this one episode more than makes up for the faults in the previous season. The acting is great throughout and of special note is John McGinley's performance as Dr Cox. Always one of the best people in the show his performance in this season is always good this year especially in the episode `My Lunch'. Generally although still not as good as season three, Scrubs remains one of the funniest shows around.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By sean paul mccann VINE VOICE on 25 Jun. 2007
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
series 5 of the near forever ending show certainly has the fans divided,certainly this appears to be the first time in the series when such a split has been noticed,some say that this series is too silly and not just in J.D's head,some say that J.D is too mean and selfish and not like his usual self in this series and some say that the show is retracing old steps in what they do,well after viewing this series i cant agree with any of that,this series could well be the best yet,flawless and brilliant are two superlatives that im throwing scrubs way yet again.

Series 5 is again filled with laughs,character building,drama,morals that make you think,stories that leave you thirsty for more and all of that makes for tv of the highest calibre.

Scrubs was always more than a comedy,its a show that deals with tragedy in and out of the hospital setting,J.D's inner monolouge brings incite to everything and as well as being funny is reflective and profound and some of the lessons learnt send shivers spiralling out of my spine,the 24 episodes here feature all that we love about the show and i aint going to give anything away here,but it wont hurt to say that at the end of series 3 and four there werent any cliffhangers,well that aint the case here,shocking stuff.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By James Love on 28 Jun. 2007
Format: DVD
Initially I wasn't too impressed with Series 5 of Scrubs when I first watched it on TV, but after watching it again on DVD, its brillance does shine through as with other seasons. Series 5 isn't quite as good as 2 or 3, but I feel is miles ahead of Series 4 which I was quite underwhelmed by.

There are some dodgy episodes this year, but these are more than compensated for by some of the best episodes in Scrubs' history, such as "My Lunch", "My Half-Acre" and "My Way Home".

Of all the episdoes, my personal favorite was "My Way Home." This episode happened to be the show's 100th episode (directed by Zach Braff, and also is extended in the bonus features) and it included everything that a good Scrubs should - including Ted and his acapella band singing over the final one shot montage (yes it is a montage and it is only one shot). Special episodes such as these show just how good the show can be when the directing, acting and writing are in perfect synchronicity with each other.

"My Lunch" has to be one of the saddest episodes since "My Screw-Up" in Series 3, and this episode features excellent acting throughout, especially John C. McGinley.

These DVD's are an essential purchase!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Kerr VINE VOICE on 18 Sept. 2007
Format: DVD
Well it looks like I've been proved wrong (but in the best way possible.) When I reviewed Scrubs Series four on the 12th October 2006, I commented that the saga seemed to be losing its shine and I was anxious to see where Scrubs goes from here. However now that I've finally purchased the complete fifth season on DVD (yes I know that series six is coming out soon - I'm a little behind) and watched every episode over the weekend, I have to say WOW! My faith in Scrubs has been entirely restored as the fifth series is just amazing. Each episode is just unbelievably comical and includes some more series stories throughout. Episode twenty when Dr Cox looses three transplant patients through no fault of his own is probably one of the best or even the best Scrubs episode ever. By the end of it I had tears in my eyes. Not to forget the kung-fu fight sequence with Turk and 'The Todd.' Which was nothing short of breath taking. Guest stars in this season are Jason Bateman and Cheryl Hines, combine this with a never before seen extended cut of the 100th episode makes Scrubs The Complete Fifth Series a must own.
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