Scrubs Seasons 1-8 [DVD]
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Every episode from the first eight seasons of the popular US comedy series. The show focuses on the bizarre experiences of John 'J.D.' Dorian (Zach Braff) as he embarks on his healing career in a surreal hospital crammed full of unpredictable staffers and patients. Episodes comprise: 'My First Day', 'My Mentor', 'My Best Friend's Mistake', 'My Old Lady', 'My Two Dads', 'My Bad', 'My Super Ego', 'My Fifteen Minutes', 'My Day Off', 'My Nickname', 'My Own Personal Jesus', 'My Blind Date', 'My Balancing Act', 'My Drug Buddy', 'My Bed Banter and Beyond', 'My Heavy Meddle', 'My Student', 'My Tuscaloosa Heart', 'My Old Man', 'My Way Or the Highway', 'My Sacrificial Clam', 'My Occurrence', 'My Hero', 'My Last Day', 'My Overkill', 'My Nightingale', 'My Case Study', 'My Big Mouth', 'My New Coat', 'My Big Brother', 'My First Step', 'My Fruit Cups', 'My Lucky Day', 'My Monster', 'My Sex Buddy', 'My New Old Friend', 'My Philosophy', 'My Brother, My Keeper', 'His Story', 'My Karma', 'My Own Private Practice Guy', 'My T.C.W.', 'My Kingdom', 'My Interpretation', 'My Drama Queen', 'My Dream Job', 'My American Girl', 'My Journey', 'My White Whale', 'My Lucky Night', 'My Brother, Where Art Thou', 'My Advice To You', 'My Fifteen Seconds', 'My Friend the Doctor', 'My Dirty Secret', 'My Rule of Thumb', 'My Clean Break', 'My Catalyst', 'My Porcelain God', 'My Screw Up', 'My Tormented Mentor', 'My Butterfly', 'My Moment of Un-truth', 'His Story 2', 'My Choosiest Choice of All', 'My Fault', 'My Self-Examination', 'My Best Friend's Wedding', 'My Old Friend's New Friend', 'My Office', 'My New Game', 'My First Kill', 'Her Story', 'My Cake', 'My Common Enemy', 'My Last Chance', 'My Malpractice Decision', 'My Female Trouble', 'My Unicorn', 'My Best Moment', 'My Orcardial Infarction', 'My Lucky Charm', 'My Hypocritical Oath', 'My Quarantine', 'My Life in Four Cameras', 'My Roommates', 'My Best Laid Plans', 'My Boss' Free Haircut', 'My Lips Are Sealed', 'My Big Move', 'My Faith in Humanity', 'My Drive-By', 'My Intern's Eyes', 'My Rite of Passage', 'My Day at the Races', 'My Jiggly Ball', 'My New God', 'My Missed Perception', 'My Way Home', 'My Big Bird', 'My Half-Acre', 'Her Story 2', 'My Buddy's Booty', 'My Cabbage', 'My Five Stages', 'My Own Personal Hell', 'My Extra Mile', 'My Bright Idea', 'My Chopped Liver', 'My New Suit', 'His Story 3', 'My Lunch', 'My Fallen Idol', 'My Deja Vu, My Deja Vu', 'My Urologist', 'My Transition', 'My Mirror Image', 'My Best Friend's Baby's Baby and My Baby's Baby', 'My Coffee', 'My House', 'My Friend With Money', 'My Musical', 'His Story 4', 'My Road to Nowhere', 'My Perspective', 'My Therapeutic Month', 'My Night to Remember', 'My Fishbowl', 'My Scrubs', 'My No Good Reason', 'My Long Goodbye', 'My Words of Wisdom', 'Their Story', 'My Turf War', 'My Cold Shower', 'My Conventional Wisdom', 'My Rabbit', 'My Point of No Return', 'My Own Worst Enemy', 'My Hard Labor', 'My Inconvenient Truth', 'My Identity Crisis', 'My Growing Pains', 'My Number One Doctor', 'My Bad Too', 'My Manhood', 'My Dumb Luck', 'My Waste of Time', 'My Princess', 'My Jerks', 'My Last Words', 'My Saving Grace', 'My Happy Place', 'My ABCs', 'My Cookie Pants', 'My New Role', 'My Lawyer's in Love', 'My Absence', 'My Comedy Show', 'My Nah Nah Nah', 'Their Story 2', 'My Full Moon', 'My Soul On Fire: Part 1', 'My Soul On Fire: Part 2', 'My Cuz', 'My Chief Concern', 'My Finale: Part 1' and 'My Finale: Part 2'.
Scrubs: Season 1
The sitcom may be flatlining, but as long as there are fresh and original series like Scrubs, the prognosis isn't entirely negative. Created by Bill Lawrence, Scrubs is an interns'-eye view of hospital life and the torturous, tragic, and triumphant route to becoming a doctor. The eminently likeable Zach Braff heads the cast as "newbie" JD, whose years of medical school haven't quite prepared him for chaotic Sacred Heart Hospital. Family Guy has nothing on the live-action Scrubs when it comes to surreal asides and fantasy sequences (for example, JD literally becomes the proverbial deer in the headlights when he cannot answer a medical query), pop culture references, and TV Land casting (John Ritter guest stars as JD's negligent father in "My Old Man," and St. Elsewhere veterans William Daniels, Ed Begley, Jr., Stephen Furst, and Eric Laneuville appear as Legionnaire's-stricken doctors in "My Sacrifical Clam"). With surgical precision, this inaugural season charts JD's growth as a doctor and a human being, and the close-knit bonds he forms with his equally overwhelmed peers and colleagues, including best friend and surgeon Chris Turk (Donald Faison), beautiful, but raw-nerved and by-the-book Elliot Reid (Sarah Chalke), and supportive nurse Carla Espinoza (Judy Reyes'), who affectionately nicknames JD "Bambi." But at the heart of the series is JD's relationship with his mentor, Dr Cox (an Emmy-worthy John C. McGinley), a cross between Obi-Wan Kenobi and a pit bull. Giving Scrubs a further shot of adrenaline are recurring characters Jordan (Christa Miller Lawrence), Dr Cox's satanic ex-wife, and Neil Flynn as the Janitor, who torments JD just as Larry Miller menaced Jerry in the Seinfeld episode "The Doorman."
Scrubs' animated sensibility allows for inexplicable cameos by Jimmie Walker or, at one point, an impromptu West Side Story-esque dance-off to convey the schism between the surgeons and other doctors. But while hilariously funny, Scrubs can break your heart too, as in the two-parter "My Occurrence"/"My Hero," with guest star Brendan Fraser as Jordan's spontaneously spirited brother, who is diagnosed with leukemia, and "My Old Lady," in which JD, Elliot, and Chris experience for the first time losing a patient. Whether you're a "newbie" or devoted viewer, this DVD release is just what the doctor ordered. --Donald Liebenson
Scrubs: Season 2
The second series of hospital-based sitcom Scrubs sees young doctor JD with a bit more experience under his belt, but very little more common sense. Together with his best friend Turk, on-off girlfriend Elliot, and various other hospital dwellers (most notably John C McGinley's grumpy Dr Cox) JD learns yet more lessons about life and love, all the while narrating his wacky adventures in a way that you'll either warm to or get really, really irritated by.
Guest stars include Heather Locklear, Dick van Dyke and Ryan Reynolds, but Zach Braff is the real star of the show, and his wide-eyed puppy dog demeanour makes the inept JD endearing, in spite of his failings. Season 2 of Scrubs sees him juggling complications in both the personal and professional arenas as his career progresses, though this doesn’t stop him indulging in frequently surreal and elaborate fantasies.
Though Scrubs will never be ER, it doesn’t try to be; Scrubs is warmer and sillier, though the laughs never get in the way of its several heartfelt moments. The overall package is a little too polished and round-cornered to ever be particularly edgy or hard-hitting, but if you’re just after a warm-hearted comedy, you could do a lot worse. -- Sarah DobbsScrubs: Season 3
Zach Braff stars as neurotic doctor JD Dorian whose crazy exploits are at the centre of these 22 brilliant episodes. This series also includes 'supersized' longer episodes and 'My Butterfly', an experimental episode that looks at how one small event can have major consequences for the staff and patients - guaranteed to leave you in stitches! High calibre guest stars are also admitted to help keep the gags rolling. Hollywood icon Michael J Fox (Back to the Future) displays his genius comic timing as JD's new mentor Dr Kevin Casey and American Pie's sexy Tara Reid appears in several episodes as JD's new love interest - the mysterious Danni. Brendan Fraser (Crash, The Quiet American) makes a return as Jordan's terminally ill brother Ben, in the Emmy Award-winning and surprisingly touching episode 'My Screw Up' and the acclaimed group, Polyphonic Spree, make a brilliantly bizarre appearance at Sacred Heart Hospital! Elsewhere at the hysterical Hospital, Dr Elliot Reid (Sarah Chalke) has undergone a dramatic makeover following a particularly bad day and she and JD continue their on-off relationship. Carla (Judy Reyes) and Turk (Donald Faison) finally set a date for their wedding, the bombastic Dr Cox develops a sensitive streak and new staffer 'The Todd' (Robert Maschio) upsets JD With JD and Elliot now looking after interns of their own, chaos reins, in the hospital wards and their personal lives.
The fun continues with the exclusive bonus features which include 'Don't Try This at Home' an extra that provides an insight into the dangerous and daring stunts performed on the show and the featurette 'Scrub Factor' which demonstrates exactly what the cast and crew will do for money!Scrubs: Season 4
The fourth series of the show that centres on JD (Zach Braff), a wacky medical intern at Sacred Heart Hospital, and his friends and colleagues: his confident best friend Turk, neurotic fellow intern Elliot, tough nurse Carla, and their supervisor, the cruel Dr Cox. Unlike many sitcoms, SCRUBS employs a structure of continuing plotlines and developing characters, like many dramas will. It also combines verbal wit, slapstick humour, and fantasy sequences in order to garner laughs--a strange but effective combination that suggests a skewed version of reality.
Scrubs: Season 5
"I'm gonna have a good year, aren't I?" JD (Zach Braff), now an attending physician at Sacred Heart Hospital, asks in the fifth season's opening episode. All vital signs are good (the series did receive an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Comedy), but longtime Scrubs fans may be forgiven a sense of déjà vu, from JD's whimsical reveries to Dr Cox's (John C. McGinley) increasingly tiresome rants. The series itself acknowledges the palpable sense of been there, seen that with the clever episode "Déjà vu, Déjà vu." But don't pronounce Scrubs dead just yet. Directed by Braff, "My Way Home," the series' 100th episode, is a brilliantly conceived homage to The Wizard of Oz with JD and company finding their hearts, brains, and courage. Another powerful episode that shows a welcome maturity is "My Lunch," in which JD at last has lunch with his reluctant mentor, Dr Cox, in the wake of a patient's death (happily, the music rights were secured for the DVD release so that the Fray's "How to Save a Life" is playing on the soundtrack when Dr Cox has his own tragic setback), and the follow-up episode, "My Fallen Idol."
While Scrubs has a tendency this season to get "more ridiculous" (in one episode, Neil Flynn's Janitor defies Ken Jenkins' Dr Kelso to secretly keep a crow in the hospital), the scalpel-sharp writing affords Braff moments that are, in his character's own words, "classic Dorian." In the episode "My Half Acre," he mixes his sports analogies to tell Elliot (Sarah Chalke), "What's waiting for me in my room is what's known, in football terms, as a slam dunk," as he mimes hitting a tennis ball. Mandy Moore, displaying a surprising knack for physical comedy, follows Tara Reid and Heather Graham as a fleeting love interest for JD Other character milestones include pregnancies for Carla (Judy Reyes) and two other characters best left a surprise. Good for whatever ails season 5 are this set's extras, including an entertaining series retrospective, featuring interviews with the cast and creators, as well as commentary by Braff for an extended cut of "My Way Home." --Donald LiebensonScrubs: Season 6
With its deft combination of humour and heart, this single-camera sitcom is a both a critical and cult favourite. Scrubs stars Zach Braff as JD, an eager doctor at Sacred Heart Hospital. With JD as its narrator, the show frequently dips into surrealism as it shows his strange thoughts and daydreams. The rest of the characters on SCRUBS are equally eccentric: best friend Turk (Donald Faison), bossy nurse Carla (Judy Reyes), JD's reluctant mentor Dr Cox (John C McGinley), the anxiety-ridden ex-girlfriend Elliot (Sarah Chalke), and JD's arch nemesis, known simply as 'Janitor' (Neil Flynn). Grab an appletini and enjoy all of the sixth season's episodes, including 'My Musical,' which includes hilarious songs such as "Guy Love" and 'Everything Comes Down to Poo.' This season also features guest appearances from Elizabeth Banks (40 Year Old Virgin) and Keri Russell (Waitress).
Scrubs: Season 7
Scrubs staged a near-miraculous recovery in its seventh season; this despite the usual indifferent treatment by the network, low ratings, and a writer's strike that only allowed for 11 episodes. In this case, less was more. Scrubs regained its footing with sharper writing (Dr Cox's signature rants are more inspired than tiresome this season, although at one point, nemesis Dr Kelso threatens to hire an orchestra to "play him off"), more empathetic situations, and meta-fun with such "third-tier" characters as Snoop Dogg Attending (formerly Snoop Dog Intern), Dr Beardface (pronounced "Beard-fassay"), and new squeaky-voiced intern, Josephine (Scrubs scribe Aseem Batra). Beginning with JD (Zach Braff) and Elliott (Sarah Chalke) coming to their senses before they can consummate that sixth season cliffhanging kiss, this season will be one of "weird crystallizing moments." Elliott will call off her upcoming nuptials to Keith. JD will be forced to tell Kim ("cute as a button" Elizabeth Banks), whom he impregnated after only their first date, that he does not love her. The "annoying whiny man-child," as Dr Cox (John C. McGinley) calls him, will finally ponder whether it is time for him to grow up. Dr Cox will admit that he is lonely without his acerbic wife (Christa Miller) and son when they go out of town. Other developments include the smitten Janitor's (Neil Flynn) initially suspect new girlfriend (can she really be named "Lady?") and on a Scrubsian sad note, Kelso (Ken Jenkins) faces forced retirement when it is revealed he is actually 65 years old. Scrubs deftly blends absurdist fantasy, flat-out silliness and dramatic, emotional moments, as in "My Number One Doctor," in which Elliott must deal with a terminal patient's suicide attempt. The season's most ambitious episode is the finale, "My Princess," a Princess BrideScrubs characters, with Elliott as a princess, Turk (Donald Faison) and Carla (Judy Reyes) as a two-headed witch, and JD as, you guessed it, the village idiot. The ample bonus features include audio commentary for every episode, a fun "Alternate Lines" segment that illustrates the improvisational leeway cast members enjoy, deleted scenes, bloopers, an interview with Ken Jenkins, and a behind the scenes look at the "My Princess" episode. Poised for cancellation, Scrubs got a second opinion from ABC, which picked up the series for an eighth season. That's heartening news for devoted fans who would never pull the plug. To borrow Turk's well-worn catchphrase, "That’s what I'm talkin' about." --Donald Liebenson homage in which Dr Cox transforms one undiagnosable patient's case into his son's bedtime story that is populated by Scrubs characters, with Elliott as a princess, Turk (Donald Faison) and Carla (Judy Reyes) as a two-headed witch, and J.D. as, you guessed it, the village idiot. The ample bonus features include audio commentary for every episode, a fun "Alternate Lines" segment that illustrates the improvisational leeway cast members enjoy, deleted scenes, bloopers, an interview with Ken Jenkins, and a behind the scenes look at the "My Princess" episode. Poised for cancellation, Scrubs got a second opinion from ABC, which picked up the series for an eighth season. That's heartening news for devoted fans who would never pull the plug. To borrow Turk's well-worn catchphrase, "That’s what I'm talkin' about." --Donald Liebenson
Scrubs: Season 8
The first episode of Scrubs' final season ends with a sly kicker in which Zach Braff's JD rallies his colleagues as they enter their eighth year at Sacred Heart. "It's tempting to just mail it in," he states, "but there are still a lot of people who rely on us week to week. I think we owe it to them to be as inspired as we were in our first few years. I still think we're as good as anybody else out there." Indeed, Scrubs goes out at the top of its game. "People don't change, relationships don't change," the super-friendly but soulless new Chief of Medicine Taylor Maddox (a game Courteney Cox) proclaims at the end of her all-too-brief three-episode arc. How wrong she is. JD and Elliott (Sarah Chalke) become a couple again without too much drama. Dr Cox (John C. McGinley) and his dread ex-wife (Christa Miller) likewise declare their love for each other. Cox even forms a grudging friendship with his former nemesis Dr Kelso (Ken Jenkins), who in retirement has become a fixture in the hospital cafeteria where he takes full advantage of free muffins for life. Sad sack lawyer Ted (Sam Lloyd) and JD's enigmatic tormentor Janitor (Neil Flynn) find someone to love, and Turk (Donald Faison) and Carla (Judy Reyes) prepare for their second child.
Things are different on the job front as well. Dr Cox assumes the mantle of Chief of Medicine and struggles not to be overwhelmed by the bureaucracy. Bringing the show full circle, there is the next generation of interns (spin-off, anyone?) who test their mentors' patience. Eliza Coupe is a standout as Denise, who has a problem with compassion ("It's ironic that cancer starts with 'can'," she tells one patient). JD's signature reveries aside, the final season goes easy on the fantasy. This season's Very Special Episode is a two-parter that takes the cast to the Bahamas for Janitor's wedding. Will Janitor finally reveal his name? Will Dr Cox express his true feelings for JD? "Endings are never easy," JD muses in the finale. "I always build them up so much in my head, they can't possibly live up to my expectations, and I just end up disappointed." That will not be the case for loyal viewers who have stuck with Scrubs through thick and thin. If you're not moved by JD's final walk through the halls of Sacred Heart or his home-movie vision of the future, then get yourself a heart transplant stat! --Donald Liebenson
- Newbies - Examines The Actors Before They Were Cast
- Favorite Moments - Cast And Crew Reflections
- Outtakes - Funniest Scrubs Flubs
- Deleted Scenes - Clips That Wound Up On The O.R. Floor
- The Doctor Is In - One On One With Zach Braff
- A Rare Condition – 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
- Don’t Try This At Home
- Twist & Shoot
- Long-Term Residents
- What Up Dawg?
- Scrubs Factor
- Robert Keeps Talking
- Will You Ever Be My Mentor? — Explore J.D.’s Never-Ending Quest For Dr. Cox’s Approval
- The Sweethearts Of Sacred Heart — An Inside Look At The Loves And Flirtations Of Sacred Heart’s Women
- The Weapons Chest — Spend Some Time With The Show’s Talented "Second Squad" Of Actors
- Who Is That Man? — Discover Secrets Of The Mysterious Janitor
- Donald Keeps Talking — An Extended Sit - Down Interview With Actor Donald Faison
- Audio Commentaries
- Deleted Scenes
- Extended cut of 100th Espisode
- Audio Commentaries
- Deleted Scenes
- My Making Of: “My Musical”
- Judy Reyes Keeps Talking
- Deleted Scenes
- Alternate Lines
- The “Third Tier”
- The Debra And Stephanie Show
- Audio Commentaries
- My Making Of II: "My Princess"
- One-On-One With Ken Jenkins (Dr. Robert “Bob” Kelso)
- Alternate Lines
- Deleted Scenes
- Audio Commentaries
- Deleted Scenes
- Alternate Lines
- My Bahamas Vacation
- Scrubs Intern Webisodes
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I have always liked Scrubs, but it as always been overpriced and to expensive.
When i looked on Amazon and found this for just under £60, i thought bargain!! Ontop of that with my £20 gift voucher i got it for just under £40!!!
Would recommend it to any Scrubs lover, or as a present, or if its still to expensive get a gift voucher for someone to put towards it. Its a steal.
Comes in a neat green box, with as described seasons 1 to 8, which are the best seasons. Season 9 has had alot of the main charactors taken out and is just not the same.
Would strongly recommend before the price (which more than likely will) go back up.
Scrubs is an excellent television show that is well written and well acted, allowing it to uniquely deliver slapstick comedy, witty jokes and heart wrenching emotion: all in one episode. Throughout the show's duration it has tackled a vast array of difficult or challenging issues, and has also developed many likeable central characters and also fringe characters. The affinity that you feel towards the characters of what is primarily a comedy, is very surprising and is a testament to the quality of the show.
Buy this boxset and you won't be disappointed. As any scrubs fan will tell you - series 9 doesn't count as it's essentially a new cast, so buy this boxset and you'll be satisfied with one of the best and most unique shows of our generation. You'll find yourself watching again and again.
As for the product, it reunites the 8 seasons (there was a 9th season which I didn't really care about) and each DVD has bonus content from each season (like deleted scenes, bloopers and special interviews). The quality of the episodes is good. I don't understand what people are talking about lame episode quality... The first seasons are not HD, yes, but they're still good quality.
To sum up, for every Scrubs fan this is a product you'll keep close to your heart.
And also it's perfect because season 1, 2, and 3 have spanish language, and all of the season have spanish subtitules. that's been a very good surprise. But i think that amazon should tell us the languages or subtitles of the tv box, because i'd buy more show if i knew this infomation.
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I love this show! Forget season 9 as everybody says it's rubish. Just stick with this box.Published 2 months ago by Sara Silva
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I had almost forgotten had much I love scrubs but this boxset brought me back. Its so funny I'm on the floor laughing almost every episode. But there are serious elements as well. Read morePublished on 11 Sept. 2011 by Anna
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