Scrubs (season 8)

{5/5} “The truth is, you should consider yourself lucky if you even occasionally get to make someone — anyone — feel a little better. After that, it’s all about the people that you let into your life.”

Scrubs season 8, aired in 2009

Since Dr. Kelso resigned as chief of medicine, a replacement needed to be found — it’s Dr. Maddox, who seems nice but has a mercenary streak. She fires the janitor. JD is tired of his new interns’ incompetence already. Carla’s thinking about a second baby. Dr. Kelso hangs out at the coffee shop every day even after he’s resigned. JD and Elliot decide to give a relationship one more try.

They thought this was going to be the last season, so they were winding things down — they later decided to add one more.

A two-part episode takes place in the Bahamas, where Janitor and Lady are getting married.

Although it’s a comedy, it tackles serious issues on a regular basis.

My favourite character is Dr. Cox.

Aziz Ansari joins the cast as Ed, a new resident. Kate Micucci shows up as a woman who sings for the kids at the hospital. Courtney Cox guest stars as Dr. Maddox.

The series was created by Bill Lawrence (Spin City).

I previously reviewed season 7.

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One Response to “Scrubs (season 8)”

  1. Dave Switzer Says:

    There is a 9th season but it’s very different and not as funny — I didn’t watch it all.

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