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- Scrubs is an Emmy Award and Peabody award-winning American situation comedy that premiered on October 2, 2001 on NBC. It was created by Bill Lawrence, who also co-created Spin City.
The show focuses on the professional and personal lives of several characters working at Sacred Heart Hospital, a fictional teaching hospital. It uses first-person narration, verbose characters, segues between subplots, fast pace, and surreal vignettes (presented as the thoughts and reveries of the main characters), counterpointed by poignant scenes where the characters address how doctors deal with real issues relating to the practice of medicine. The combination of these diverse elements distinguishes it from other series.Scrubs has been advertised as "half as long as ER and twice as funny.
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The theme song of the series, performed by Lazlo Bane, is titled "Superman", and can be found on the album All the Time In the World, as well as on the first Scrubs soundtrack. Bill Lawrence credits Zach Braff for finding and suggesting "Superman" as the theme song. The lyrics "I'm no Superman" relate to the show's theme of its characters' fallibility.
The Scrubs version of the song is normally played at a faster speed than the original recording of the song. To be specific, the part used in the titles is one second shorter than the original song. The original, slower recording was used briefly at the beginning of Season 2, played during an extended version of the title sequence (that included Neil Flynn and full cast credits), as well as a special edit of the title sequence for episode 23 of the 5th season. However, fans and the studio complained about the new titles, and the original title sequence was restored to provide more running time for the length of the episodes. During Season 3, the intro was cut even shorter for a few episodes, resulting in roughly 1-2 seconds of music, followed by the line "I'm no Superman", accompanied by a quick flash of credits. The original intro from season 1 was used through most of season 3 (except the few episodes with the very short intro) and then used for seasons 4, 5 and 6.
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Robert Maschio as Dr. Todd "the Todd" Quinlan - Surgical Attending (96 episodes)
Aloma Wright as Nurse Laverne Roberts (2001-2007) - Nurse (85 episodes)
Sam Lloyd as Theodore "Ted" Buckland - Hospital Attorney (70 episodes)
Christa Miller as Jordan Sullivan - Sacred Heart Board Member,
Administrative Worker and Perry Cox's ex-wife (66 episodes)
Johnny Kastl as Dr. Doug Murphy - Pathology MD (2nd time) (44 episodes)
Travis Schuldt as Keith Dudemeister - MD Resident (26 episodes)
Charles Chun as Dr. Kim Wen - Surgical Attending (20 episodes)
Michael Hobert as Lonnie - MD Resident (14 episodes)
Scott Foley as Sean Kelly (11 episodes)
Tara Reid as Dani Sullivan (11 episodes)
Heather Graham as Dr. Molly Clock - Attending Psychiatrist (9 episodes)
Elizabeth Banks as Dr. Kim Briggs - Urologist (9 episodes)
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Zach Braff as Dr. John "J.D." Michael Dorian MD - Attending physician – narrator, except for 7 episodes.
Sarah Chalke as Dr. Elliot Reid MD - Private Practitioner
Donald Faison as Dr. Christopher Duncan Turk - Surgical Attending
John C. McGinley as Dr. Percival "Perry" Cox MD - Attending Physician and Residency Director
Judy Reyes as Carla Espinosa - Head Nurse
Neil Flynn as Janitor - a janitor at the hospital (in every episode except My Lucky Day)
Ken Jenkins as Dr. Robert "Bob" Kelso - Chief of Medicine
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