If i even thought during a day i had enough time to cram in a single episode of Scrubs, it would be worth the effort. Honestly, Dr Cox, has to be my favourite, and perfectly acted, character i've ever seen on television. J.D has to be the greatest superhero of all time, and yes i do have a straight face while writing this, throughout the 100+ episodes, there has to be over 10 scenes everyone who has ever watched the programme, would be able to relate to. The end of the episodes is what really gets me every time, there are the emotional, and there are those few that bring a tear to your eye, "my lunch" has to be one of the most emotional roller-coaster 25minutes of Television. Ted, oh Ted, if you saw him in the street, you'd automatically think he's a push over because he plays his character is so convincing, and his acappello band, are they professional, because they pop up at just the right times. JD and Elliot, will they, wont they, will they, wont they? I mean how many programmes have a relationship which keeps you on the edge for 7 seasons, and still having no idea what will happen. For those who compare this programme to other comedy's like Friends, but why, they don't need to be compared, they shouldn't be compared so don't, take it for what it is. The most likely reason that i love this programme is that i can probably relate to JD, but every single friend i've recommended this to has praised it as much as i have. The jokes are constant, and they are the type you can laugh with your friends with who have seen it, "what has two thumbs and doesn't give a c**p, Bob Kelso, I think we've met", or "Aah turkleton", "you think my name's turk turkleton", "and misses turkleton". Make your own mind up, but please take the time out to watch one episode on TV, and enough said, i guarantee 99% of you will be coming on here in a months time giving this programme the praise it deserves.
I also think this is the best season, with the best episode, 'My Lunch', which Dr Cox excells in, i think it's my favourite 20 minute's of television ever, after i felt satisfied but emotionally drained.