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  • Actors: Zach Braff, Donald Faison, John C McGinley, Ken Jenkins, Sarah Chalke
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: French, Italian, Spanish, Swahili, Norwegian, Danish, Finnish, Icelandic, Portuguese, Turkish, Arabic, English
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Classification: 12
  • Studio: Walt Disney Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 7 Feb. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (61 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003OBZ5RA
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 12,435 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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See how the story ends for J.D., Elliot, Turk and the rest of the characters in Scrubs - Season 9. The heroes of Sacred Heart may have finished their rounds, but the laughs continue as they mentor a brand new class of med students.

J.D. returns to teach at Sacred Heart’s medical school with the old gang and is surprised to find an impressionable young student has picked up where he left off. Meet Lucy and her classmates, Drew and Cole, as they try to fit in while they do their best to stand out.

Relive every clever and quirky moment of Scrubs' outrageous final season, complete with never-before-seen bloopers, deleted scenes and interviews with the show's cast. It’s the best house call you’ll ever get.

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3.2 out of 5 stars

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mark T. Youngson on 3 Jun. 2011
Format: DVD
Well, what can be said about Scrubs season 9? Was it really Scrubs? Or did it just use the Scrubs name? We see the departure of some of the best characters, The Janitor, Ted, then we have JD's final episode, although its kind of an anti-climax for him.

The only main characters that stayed on for this season were Dr Cox, Turk & to a lesser extent Dr Kelso, if it wasnt for these characters then his season would have been an absolute failure of the highest proportions.

The new characters just do not match up to the originals, Lucy is awful in the role & i will never for the life of me know why they decided to make her the "lead" out of the new recruits, i canot stand the guy "Cole", he just cant act, his attempts at emotion are cringeworthy & he has no place in the hospital. The only passable new additions are Drew & Denise as a main character. The relationship between te 2 is quite good & Drew turns into a mini Dr Cox.

There isnt any real stand out episodes or moments & IMO the only good bit are between JD & Turk, even the small appearances by The Todd are quite good.

However, Scrubs ended in season 8 for this reviewer, the ending to season 8 was brilliant & was a brilliant finale, even with a small cameo from Bill Lawrence, so to any Scrubs fan swithering about buying this, i warn you, this is not Srcubs, this is almost a spin-off. Despite that, if you have season 1-8 on dvd, you may as well get it to complete your qollection.

2/5
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70 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Aalui on 7 Dec. 2010
Format: DVD
The DVD not released yet, but it's on E4, though the episode order is mixed up, maybe as shown in the USA? The right order for the story is 'First Day', 'Drunk', 'Role', 'Histories', 'Stuff', 'Mysteries', 'New', 'White', 'Couples' & then 10-13 as shown.

This is a sad & very disappointing ending for this previously bright & sparkly series (***** 5 stars from me for just about every episode of Series 1-8) that grew & changed over the first 8 years. It'd be less interesting if it didn't change, but this 9th year is awkward & a Jumped Shark in many ways. It's like when "Becker" lost Terry Farrell, you know it won't live much longer, a perfect setup is hard to break. "Frasier" knows that & kept the original cast well.

The 6 early ones with JD appear as a ghost of their earlier selves: no Carla for Turk & mostly no 'Barbie' for JD make those 2 incomplete.

No Carla especially makes this show lack her common sense & Marge Simpson-ness any show needs to keep it real. Look on IMDB for all the previous semi-regulars that added to the brew, they've all gone!

Ted gets a short bit to write him out somewhat feebly, Kelso at least is better than S8 as he actually DOES something, if playing the dirty ol' man for laughs now, oh. Dr Cox's rants seem weak & uninspired if he even rants now & he too mostly lacks his "Cougar Town" wife. The Todd gets barely seen either, as cartoony as he was he was a regular too, the few times he appears, the party seems long gone.

No Janitor either apart from an equally weak write-out. So many strong characters leaving after so long is really bad. They try to write in the Security guards as some light relief, all too late.

Episode 5 is really the only one with any spark of Scrubs 1-8.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Robin Paulus on 15 Aug. 2014
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"Season 9" really is the start of a spin-off show. Some cast members stay (Turk, Cox), some stay for a short while (JD, janitor) some are gone entirely (Carla,...).
As far as closure goes, you're better off staying with Season 8, which has an actual finale. Season 9 just peters out all of a sudden. If you're buying this to see the end of the Scrubs story, well, it doesn't really give that.
If you're interested in a show that's loosely related to Scrubs, in the same universe, but with different characters, it's worth a shot. Some characters are very much "replacements" of others and fall short of the norm (Sorry, Security - Janitor was better), others are variations on a theme. My main problem with the season is probably that the main character and her (later on) boyfriend aren't the most easy characters to feel connected to. Lucy's "the insecure girl" as much as JD was "the insecure boy" in the first season, but of course "even worse". Her boyfriend's an entitled jackass who, I guess, would slowly learn to be a decent human being? We see some small shreds of this but the show's too short for all that much growth...

A) It's not really a continuation as much as a spin-off
B) The characters are, overall, a little less interesting than those of the original
C) The story line and jokes are on par with the later seasons of Scrubs. Don't *quite* hold up to the earlier seasons, but still quite enjoyable.
D) The season's only 13 episodes, which means that, especially introducing a bunch of new characters, it's a bit short.
E) In general, this is a bit less good than the "original" Scrubs, but it's by no means a bad series; unfortunately axed before it got off the ground, partially, I suspect, because people went in with wrong expectations (see also: How I met your Father, That 80s Show,...)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By greenburn on 25 Jan. 2013
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Rubbish, utter rubbish! The previous 8 series I enjoyed a lot, but they should have stopped there, this series should never have been made.
Some of the main characters remain but others have almost cameo parts, and some aren't in it.
My advice is don't buy it, you'll only spoil the memory of what it was like in the good times!
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