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Scrubs (2001 - 2010)

Scrubs (2001 - 2010)





Critic Consensus: No consensus yet.

Series Info

An engaging (and periodically serious) look at hospital work through the eyes of a young intern, coping with unusual challenges presented by colleagues as well as patients. The show is a smart mix of humor and social commentary, and has had a diverse lineup of guest stars, including Colin Hay of Men at Work, Brendan Fraser, Dick Van Dyke and, in one of his rare TV appearances since he left full-time work because of Parkinson's disease, Michael J. Fox.
Creator: Bill Lawrence

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Critics Consensus: With symptoms like an influx of rookie cast members that never gel into a watchable ensemble and a comedic sensibility that feels terminally tired, the diagnosis is that creator Bill Lawrence and co. should have hung up their Scrubs a year earlier.

2009, ABC, 13 episodes

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2009, ABC, 19 episodes

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2007, ABC, 11 episodes

Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2006, ABC, 22 episodes

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2006, ABC, 24 episodes

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2004, ABC, 25 episodes

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2003, ABC, 22 episodes

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2002, ABC, 22 episodes


Zach Braff
as John `J.D.' Dorian
Sarah Chalke
as Elliot Reid
Donald Faison
as Christopher Turk
John C. McGinley
as Dr. Perry Cox
Judy Reyes
as Carla Espinosa
Ken Jenkins
as Dr. Bob Kelso
Neil Flynn
as The Janitor
Robert Maschio
as Todd Quinlan
Sam Lloyd
as Ted Buckland
Elizabeth Banks
as Kim Briggs
Christa Miller
as Jordan Sullivan
Scott Foley
as Sean Kelly
Aloma Wright
as Laverne Roberts
Heather Graham
as Molly Clock
Travis Schuldt
as Keith Dudemeister
Eliza Coupe
as Denise Mahoney
Michael Mosley
as Drew Suffin
Johnny Kastl
as Doug Murphy
Dave Franco
as Cole Aaronson
Kerry Bishé
as Lucy Bennett
Charles Chun
as Dr. Wen
Tara Reid
as Danni
Tom Cavanagh
as Dan Dorian
Michael Learned
as Mrs. Wilk
Bellamy Young
as Dr. Miller
Nicole Sullivan
as Jill Tracy
Michael Weston
as Pvt. Brian Dancer
Rick Schroder
as Nurse Paul
Richard Kind
as Mr. Corman
Matt Winston
as Dr. Jeffrey Steadman
Brendan Fraser
as Ben Sullivan
Amy Smart
as Jamie Moyer
Kate Micucci
as Stephanie
Courteney Cox
as Dr. Maddox
Michael McDonald
as Mike Davis
Frank Encarnacao
as Dr. Mickhead
Bob Clendenin
as Dr. Zeltzer
Markie Post
as Lily Reid
Jay Kenneth Johnson
as Dr. Matthews
Heather Locklear
as Julie Keaton
Julianna Margulies
as Neena Broderick
Frank Cameron
as Dr. Mickhead
Paul Perry
as Randall
Don Perry
as Mr. Bober
Julie Hudson
as Dr. Gerst
John Ritter
as Sam Dorian
Robert E. Beckwith
as Dr. Johnson
Lane Davies
as Simon Reid
Shaughn Buchholz
as Jason "Cabbage" Cabbagio
Dave Foley
as Headrick
Lela Lee
as Bonnie
Joey Saravia
as Ralphie
Biff Yeager
as Dr. Walch
Fred Stoller
as Mr. Hoffner
Kathryn Joosten
as Mrs. Tanner
Jack Shearer
as Aaron Simon
Colin Hay
as Troubadour
Sean Hayes
as Nick Murdoch
Nestor Carbonell
as Dr. Ron Ramirez
Jay Mohr
as Dr. Peter Fisher
Paul Collins
as Dr. Benson
Alex Wright
as Patricia
Ted Lange
as Mr. Blair
Alan Ruck
as Mr. Bragin
Gina Morelli
as Carla's Mother
Brian McGovern
as Dr. Di Stefano
Dick Van Dyke
as Dr. Townshend
Fred Berry
as Himself
Sarah Ramos
as Lindsay
Reno Wilson
as Russell
Ted Rogers
as Mr. Burski
Cathy Herd
as Mrs. Wheeler
Ed Begley Jr.
as Dr. Bailey
Gary Kraus
as Seamus Meltzer (Salesman No. 2)
Brian Powell
as Mr. Hogan
Mike Hagerty
as Will Quinn
Bernie Kopell
as Mr. Moran
Stephanie D'Abruzzo
as Patti Miller
Barry Bostwick
as Mr. Randolph
Cheryl White
as Miss Himsel
Julie Warner
as Allison
Masi Oka
as Franklyn
Bob Bencomo
as Colonel Doctor
Amy Rilling
as Foxy Nurse
Travis Wester
as David Morrison
Eric Bogosian
as Dr. Gross
Jon Polito
as Mr. Summers
Eric Saiet
as Jerry Donovan
William Daniels
as Dr. Douglas
Jeff Asch
as Dr. Amato
D.L. Hughley
as Kevin Turk
Mike Starr
as Mr. Iverson
Matthew Kaminsky
as Mr. Milligan
Marcus Ashley
as ER Doctor
Kevin Cooney
as Mr. Woodbury
Adrian Wenner
as Phillip Chambers
Steven Hack
as Dr. Bobb
Chris Hogan
as Mr. Gerst
Anthony Russell
as Mr. Lawton
Monica Allgeier
as Nurse Tisdale
Esther 'Tita' Mercado
as Mrs. Guerrero
Scott Peacock
as Mr. Zerbo
Jill Tracy
as Elaine
Sugarhill Gang
as Themselves
Janet Carroll
as Mrs. Cooke
Phoebe Dorin
as Mrs. Jensen
Robert Munns
as Mr. Kavanaugh
Dan Sachoff
as Matthew
Hattie Winston
as Margaret Turk
Stephen Furst
as Dr. Franklin
Maree Cheatham
as Mrs. Warner
Barry Kivel
as Mr. Hilliard
Takayo Fischer
as Mrs. Cheng
Tony Tambi
as Joseph
Don Tiffany
as Mr. Marrick
Debra Azar
as Dr. Donna
Cynthia Frost
as Mrs. Grodberg
Tim Haldeman
as Mr. Warner
Jennifer Jostyn
as Dr. Simmons
Marcia Ann Burrs
as Peggy Townesend
Art Frankel
as Mr. Foster
Jack Thomas
as Jim Morrison
Mark Chaet
as Dr. Greenberg
Damara Reilly
as Mrs. Koppleman
Stacy Barnhisel
as Mrs. Marrick
Sam Jaeger
as Steve Larkin
Lee Arenberg
as Dr. Moyer
Michael Alaimo
as Mr. Radford
Dayo Ade
as Mr. Hovey
Sabin Rich
as Stanley
Glynn Turman
as George Valentine
Annie Little
as Christine
Tracy McCubbin
as Nurse Sheila
John Brady
as Mr. Silka
Ken Lerner
as Mr. James
J.P. Manoux
as Charlie
Eve Brent Ashe
as Mrs. Harris
R. Lee Ermey
as Janitor's Father
Eric Laneuville
as Dr. Lamar
Kathryn White
as Mrs. Grayson
Scott Rinker
as Mr. Halford
Ingo Neuhaus
as Hermann Mueller
Bronwen Booth
as Miss Myers
Julie Pop
as Lulu Tarasi
Tom Ormeny
as Arthur
as Old Woman
Jim Hanna
as Satan
Don Chastain
as Mr. Chambers
Kerry Michaels
as Mrs. Bumbry
Peter Jacobson
as Mr. Foster
Yvonne Martinez
as Nurse Martinez
Cathleen Kaelyn
as Mrs. Halford
Eric Leviton
as Bartender
April Pressel
as Denise Bober
Jill Basey
as Mrs. Kellerman
Toni Ann Rossi
as Sandy Larkin
Bart Sumner
as Mr. Blass
Wendy Schenker
as Mrs. MacCalla
Keith Allan
as Bartender
Edith Fields
as Mrs. Foster
Geoff Stevenson
as Dr. Beardface
Steve Susskind
as Mr. Groff
Carrie Stroup
as Hot Mrs. Cantwell
Lindsey Atoddart
as Nurse Halston
Erik Estrada
as Himself
Brogan Roche
as Dr. Lemmon
Kevin Lowe
as Mr. Daniels
Eamonn Roche
as Mr. Clark
Soren Mueller
as Rolf Mueller
David Downs
as Mr. Bolger
Traber Burns
as Mr. Russell
Carole Goldman
as Mrs. Goldstein
Marcus Folmar
as Mr. Tillman
Julia Campbell
as Mrs. Freemont
Amanda Thorp
as Brianna Tarasi
Henry LeBlanc
as Mr. McNair
James Ritz
as Mr. Hicks
Keith Blaney
as Mr. Simms
Jason Bateman
as Mr. Sutton
Stacey Hinnen
as Mr. Morgan
Caroll Spinney
as Oscar the Grouch
Marcy Minton
as Nurse Barbara
Jean St. James
as Mrs. Powell
Soren Hellerup
as Rolf Mueller
Larry Udy
as Mr. Weisfelner
Fred Ornstein
as Bus Driver
Richard Voigts
as Mr. Weinberg
Hunter Huston
as Intern No. 1
David Goryl
as Mr. Freemont
Nancy Daly
as Mrs. Gallin
Carol Herman
as Mrs. Carter
Jim Hanks
as Turner
Larry Marko
as Mr. Gilmore
Carroll Spinney
as Oscar the Grouch
Stephanie Brown
as Dr. Jennifer Garti
Evelina Oboza
as Hot Blond
Andrew Herman
as Mr. Roman
Jack Yang
as Patient
Lew Dauber
as Mr. Vaughn
Tim Moore
as Mr. Gold
Scott Palmason
as Dr. Kelso Intern
Herman Poppe
as Mr. Porter
Aseem Batra
as Josephine
Helen Geller
as Mrs. Fishman
Jody Carter
as Mrs. Covello
Mark Ankeny
as Mr. Swick
Daniel Saltos
as Dr. Wen Intern
Sara Van Horn
as Mrs. Emmitt
Mary Passeri
as Nurse Nelly
Debra Fordham
as Dr. Fordham
Marshall Manesh
as Dr. Akbar
Ming Lo
as Dr. Kim
Cullen Douglas
as Two O'Clock Man
Yvonne Arias
as Nurse Martinez
Rene Hall
as Intern
Greg Allen Johnson
as Mr. Bursick
Tom Schmid
as Fellowship Director
Thomas Bankowski
as Stoned Orderly
Gary Busey
as Gary Busey
Paul Adelstein
as Dr. Stone
Femi Emiola
as Young Woman
Nathan Lee Graham
as Devon Burton / Eric Burton
Carol Hickey
as Mrs. Donnelly
Adam Bitterman
as Male Cafeteria Worker
Paul Raci
as Drunk Guy
Mercy Malick
as Hot Contortionist
Wesley Leong
as Mr. Kwan
Harriett S. Miller
as Elderly Woman
Cody Estes
as Young J.D.
Colin Bain
as Intern Steve
Christopher Darga
as Homeless Steve
David Warshofsky
as Dave Bradford
Jennifer Bowman
as Nurse Birdie
Abra Chouinard
as Gynecological patient
Jo Deodato Clark
as Mrs. Nickels
Joe Costanza
as Mr. Kellerman
Jerod Mixon
as Herbert
Mike Kersey
as Patient
Timothy Davis-Reed
as Interviewer
Tangelia Rouse
as Mrs. Lundon
Christine Ashe
as Patient #1
Dutch Hofstetter
as Young Dr.Cox
Ian Vogt
as Father
Charles Butler
as Father Rosenberg
Al Checco
as Man #2
Nick Drago
as Doctor
Thomas Crawford
as Mr. Peele
David Doty
as Priester
Juanita Jennings
as Dr. Marston
Jack Axelrod
as Italian Man
Zach Mills
as Young J.D.
Bob McClurg
as Car Driver
Mary Pat Dowhy
as Mrs. Peele
Hayden Bromberg
as Another Kid
Rebecca Metz
as Volunteer Woman
Janelle Marra
as Nurse (as Janelle Giumarra)
Amy Ferguson
as Girl in Bar
J.R. Starr
as Mr. Burton
Noel Arthur
as Frat Guy
Sharline Liu
as Nurse #2
Brian Hawley
as Ehemann
Tony Perry
as Old Murray
Brandon Waters
as Young Janitor
David St. James
as Mr. Sommers
Larkin Campbell
as Guy Parker
Garrett Donovan
as Councilman Donovan
Steven Wash Jr.
as Young Turk
Bill J. Stevens
as Board Member
Johnny Crear
as Mr. Peters
Beverly Polcyn
as Dyslexic Woman
Monte Hunter
as Surgical Intern
Chuck Lacey
as Odd Doctor
Monica García
as Sperm Bank Nurse
Jay Malack
as Shinski
Steven Montfort
as Softball Player
James Grabowski
as Box Office Attendant
Ric Sarabia
as S&M Guy
Patrick Bradford
as Additional
Matt Kaminsky
as Mr. Milligan
David Martel
as Person in Line
Marisa Petroro
as Cavewoman
Mike Peebler
as Male Patient
Paige Peterson
as Surgical Nurse
Ryan Braun
as Intern
Sloan Robinson
as Cafeteria Worker
Susan Bolles
as Mrs. Zeltzer
Rachel Winfree
as Jill's Mom
Tori Welles
as Anastasia
Paul Shively
as Mr. Ketay
John Siciliano
as Homeless Guy
Troy Bishop
as College Dude
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