Most of you don’t know this, but the series Scrubs has come to an end.  Why wouldn’t you know that?  Because no one was watching it anymore.  Hence, the series ending.  Now that that is cleared up…


I finally got around to seeing the finale.  Probably one of the best series finales I’ve ever scene.  Made the Seinfeld and Sopranos finales look, well… they already sucked.  So whatever is worse than sucking.  Anyway, above you can see the last few minutes of the show.  I like how they brought out so many of the show’s repeat characters there.  Nice way to give them props.  Anyway, if you ever watched the show, you will appreciate it.  If you never did, then you’re definitely going to think J.D. (Zach Braff’s character) was pretty friggin’ gay.

So that’s it for Scrubs.  I’ll have to find my laughs elsewhere.  I hope The Office is up to the challenge.

-Dave Q.

4 Responses to “The Scrubs finale was classic.”

  • WHAT??? It’s over?? I didn’t know! I loved that show. I don’t watch much TV, but if it was on when I happened to sit down on the couch I’d watch it. That kinda makes me sad.

    And the office? Please. One of the dumbest shows I’ve ever seen.

  • I actually saw the last episode, and was amazed to find out it was the series finale! I had no idea!

  • I never watched Scrubs, but I do love me some Office. I have had bosses like Michael Scott, and I have also had bosses like Meryl Streep’s character in The Devil Wears Prada. That’s probably why a lot of people like that show.

  • Norm:

    Awe shucks, they took it away…

    …the video

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