Scrubs: The Complete Seventh Season

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  • Get ready for an extra dose of laughs, and enjoy every surreal moment as television’s celebrated sitcom hits new heights in its sensational seventh season. Elliot, Turk and Carla may be growing older but they aren’t necessarily growing up, even as career changes, family issues and love invade the quirky world of Sacred Heart. The best way to enjoy the contagious comedy of Season Seven is o

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With its deft combination of humor and heart, this single-camera sitcom is a both a critical and cult favorite. Scrubs stars Zach Braff as J.D., an eager doctor at Sacred Heart Hospital. With J.D. 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), J.D.’s reluctant mentor Dr. Cox (John C. McGinley… More >>

Scrubs: The Complete Seventh Season

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5 Comments
  1. From what I understand, this set will only have eleven episodes to it (thanks to the strike and NBC dropping the show)! Even at the “marked down” Amazon price, this set won’t be worth it. Season six had 22 episodes with a MSRP of 40 bucks and a pre-order from Amazon of 28. That means this set should have an MSRP of 20 bucks and a pre-order from Amazon of 14 (not 20). Sorry, but the “extras” in the set don’t warrant the extra six bucks (or the 10 bucks MSRP). No thanks!
    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. I love this show but when Nbc ended the show with the series finale they ended it out of order and it didnt make any sense Kelso Quit 2 episodes before the series finale then the night of the finale there he is with no explanation of why he is there. Great show but Nbc should have let it go out right. I felt no closure when this show was over.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. Scrubs will go down in history as being one of the last great American sit-coms and NBC’s treatment of how it ended is shameful. It didn’t go out with a bang or even a whimper, but rather with a far-off flushing sound. It reminds me a little of how “Soap” and “Taxi” ended, except this has even more depressing details.

    And thanks to the fact that the writers hurried along Pam and Jim’s relationship in “The Office”, it looks like THAT show hasn’t long to live either. Without that romantic tension anymore, it’s going to evolve into a live-action version of “Dilbert” (if it hasn’t already – I only saw a few episodes from the fourth season, but the mood HAS changed a lot compared to the last two seasons).

    Thank God for the invention of DVD, though – at least I have BBC shows and Anime to entertain me ’til it’s time to check out of this insane planet.

    Thanks to Scrubs for so many great episodes and having a worldview I could relate to – you deserved a ‘final season’ at best, a special finale episode at least. All we fans can hope for is a DVD-release movie finale (“Firefly” got one, and even Reno 911 had a movie made, so I can at least DREAM…)
    Rating: 3 / 5

  4. It’s scrubs. This box set will be worth it. Especially after I spent mucho money buying the other six dvd sets. so I think everyone should buy it, just to pad Zach Braff’s wallet. It’ll be worth it.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. It is only out of loyalty to the show that I MUST purchase Season 7. I have 1-6 and I still watch at least an episode/day…usually more. And I keep going through the series. I have to whole-heartedly disagree with a couple of the posts which said that the season was good though. I felt like a lot of the comedy (especially post strike) was very forced, and that’s something that Scrubs has never had to do in my eyes. I agree that it was all over the place in many of the episodes and bringing the so-called Laverne look-alike, are you kidding??? Plus that had to be the MOST dismal attempt at a series finale that I have ever watched!!! A fantasy? They didn’t tie anything together, the near-kiss with J.D. and Elliot (a most awesome ending to season 6) was never really even explored in the last season. AND they didn’t even have J.D. and Elliot get together in the end!!! I understand not wanting to be a foregone conclusion but c’mon after 6 years of them together on and off and never being able to let go, to not have them get together in the end is just sinfully absurd…even Ross and Rachel knew they had to leave the audience with them at least trying to be together if they weren’t going to be married! I keep telling myself that maybe the “real” series finale will be an extra on the DVD and they will make up for absolutely quitting on the show in the home stretch!
    Rating: 3 / 5

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