Scrubs: Season 9 (2009-2010)
Season InfoThe ninth and final season signals a major departure for the show. J.D. (Zach Braff), Turk (Donald Faison) and Dr. Cox (John C. McGinley) move to a teaching hospital and share their wisdom with a batch of new interns: the painfully blunt Denise (Eliza Coupe); Lucy (Kerry Bishé), who takes over narrating duties from J.D.; med-school burnout Drew (Michael Mosley); and rich kid Cole (Dave Franco). Though the show's focus shifted to the new interns in Season 9, all members of the original cast made … More
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Friend Ratings for Scrubs: Season 9
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It's a solid little comedy, in which Scrubs fans can recognize the spirit of the show they loved, even if it's not Scrubs at its best.
It's not terrifically awful, but it's also not as reliably fun as Scrubs was in its prime.
The transplant is unlikely to produce a dramatic rally. But it does give friends and family a reason to keep visiting.
The jokes don't catch fire in Tuesday night's opener, but by the second episode things are starting to click.
At this point, Scrubs has turned its original style into a formula; the fantasy sequences are more predictable, the earnest denouements are automatic. It's a good formula, but one that's no longer vibrant.
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