The show that changed the rules of television comedy, “Scrubs: The Complete Seventh Season” comes to DVD on November 11, 2008 from Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment. A series like no other, “Scrubs: The Complete Seventh Season” keeps its creative edge scalpel sharp in 11 unforgettable episodes full of surreal escapades and bittersweet life lessons. Wacky, touching and occasionally hilariously bizarre, the two-disc set comes with exclusive bonus features including a behind-the-scenes look at the Season Seven finale, “My Princess,” a fairytale episode directed by Zach Braff, plus episode commentary, cast interviews, bloopers and deleted scenes.
Zach Braff (The Last Kiss, Garden State), Donald Faison (“Felicity,” Clueless), Sarah Chalke (“Roseanne”), John C. McGinley (Office Space, Identity), Judy Reyes (“Oz,” Washington Heights), Neill Flynn (Sex & Death 101, Mean Girls) and Ken Jenkins (I Am Sam, The Sum of All Fears, “Homefront”) star in Scrubs, an off-the-wall and unpredictable look at the professional and personal lives of the doctors and nurses of Sacred Heart Hospital. The seventh season of the genre-busting comedy continues to keep audiences on their toes with its original and imaginative take on life in the medical profession.
Dr. John “J.D.” Dorian (Zach Braff) has gone from intern to resident to attending physician at Sacred Heart Hospital. He and his friends and colleagues, Elliot (Sarah Chalke), Turk (Donald Faison) and Carla (Judy Reyes), may be growing older but they aren’t necessarily growing up. Career changes, family matters and even love invades the quirky world of this tight knit bunch of friends, but nothing—not sarcastic Dr. Cox (John C. McGinley), imperious Dr. Kelso or the enigmatic Janitor (Neil Flynn)—will stop them from administering a healthy dose of humor in each episode of Season Seven.
Scrubs won a 2005 Emmy Awardwon a 2005 Emmy Award®, as well as collecting two Emmy nominations for Outstanding Comedy Series. The series also received three Golden Globe nominations, a Humanitas Award and the 2006 Peabody Award for Excellence. The series is produced by ABC Studios.
DVD Bonus Features
• My Making of II: “My Princess” – Go behind the scenes of the most ambitious Scrubs episode ever as Season Seven’s finale finds Dr. Cox spinning a bedtime story, complete with damsel in distress, hideous monster and village idiot, based on real life goings on at Sacred Heart (Guess who he casts as the knight in shining armor?)
• One-On-One With Ken Jenkins – The actor who created Scrub’s irascible chief of medicine, Dr. Kelso, sits down for a revealing exclusive interview.
• Hilarious Deleted Scenes, Alternate Lines and Bloopers
• Audio Commentaries
• Easter Egg: “Just A Other Typical Day In the Scrubs Elevator”