Scrubs 9 Seasons 2005

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Season 4
(101) IMDb 8.6/10

17. My Life in Four Cameras TV-14 CC

When J.D. meets a former writer from his all-time favorite TV show "Cheers," JD begins to picture his life at the hospital as a bland, multiple-camera sitcom where everything is perfect and wraps up nicely.

Starring:
Zach Braff, Sarah Chalke
Runtime:
22 minutes
Original air date:
February 15, 2005

My Life in Four Cameras

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Season 4

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If you like laughing at silly jokes...Scrubs it is.
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I own every episode of every season of Scrubs - I've actually had to replace some of the seasons because I watched them so much.
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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Crazy Canucker on July 11, 2006
Format: DVD
Season 4 of Scrubs picks up where Season 3 left off, and that was by remaining the most original comedy on network tv. As cliche as it may sound, because you will more then likely read this in almost every "Scrubs" review. Scrubs brings life to a bland and generic genre that is known as sitcoms. Although the network may not notice the brilliance that is Scrubs, atleast someone besides the shows fans notice it, as Season 4 of Scrubs was nominated for 4 Emmys.

Here is a quick list of the episodes that you will find in the 3-disc set of Season 4

Season 4-1 My Old Friend's New Friend
Season 4-2 My Office
Season 4-3 My New Game
Season 4-4 My First Kill
Season 4-5 Her Story
Season 4-6 My Cake
Season 4-7 My Common Enemy
Season 4-8 My Last Chance
Season 4-9 My Malpractical Decision
Season 4-10 My Female Trouble
Season 4-11 My Unicorn
Season 4-12 My Best Moment
Season 4-13 My Orcardial Infraction
Season 4-14 My Lucky Charm
Season 4-15 My Hyprocritical Oath
Season 4-16 My Quarantine
Season 4-17 My Life In Four Cameras
Season 4-18 My Roomates
Season 4-19 My Best Laid Plans
Season 4-20 My Boss' Free Haircut
Season 4-21 My Lips Are Sealed
Season 4-22 My Big Move
Season 4-23 My Faith In Humanity
Season 4-24 My Drive-By
Season 4-25 My Changing Ways

Season 4 features several interesting episodes, and one of them being "My Life In 4 Cameras". This episode pretty much pokes fun at your tradition sitcoms, those of which use multi-cameras and laugh-tracks.

And much like His Story and His Story II in which the episodes were told from the perspective of Turk and Dr. Cox, Season 4 features the episode "Her Story" which is from the perspective of Elliot.
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REVIEW: Scrubs, a half hour of brilliant comedy and drama (not necessarily in that order) that has continued to break new ground and give us fresh entertainment in its entire 5 years so far. If you don't know the backbone of the show then read my past review of season 3 for a better in depth analysis of it. In a nutshell, Scrubs follows four friends working as doctors in a hospital as they navigate the ups and downs of love, friendship, and life overall. Season 4 continues in tradition and delivers the goods as we've come to expect. This season is really focused on the love relationships of our characters, and it has so much room to work with since the characters have already been firmly established. Heather Graham is the main guest star of this season and actually spends a few episodes with the show and creates a pretty great character, it wasn't like last season where we had some big stars stay for only 1 or 2 episodes.

Another part of the season I liked was that they spent lots of time fleshing out the Janitor character, and while we will always know him as the Janitor we now know a lot more about him as a human being. Neil Flynn who plays the Janitor actually gave a very touching performance in one episode where we see the true side of him.

I am proud to admit that Scrubs is the only show that makes me laugh and cry, many times in the same episode. Scrubs hold dear to many fans' hearts and is truly a special show. It has top notch writing that practically anybody can relate to, very loveable characters, hilarious moments, and real human emotion. You can imagine how mad I was when Zach Braff announced that the upcoming sixth season that will air in January 2007 may be his last.
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49 of 62 people found the following review helpful By P. Burgos on August 8, 2006
Format: DVD
I really like season 4 of Scrubs just as much as I enjoy other shows such as 3rd Rock, That '70s Show and Will & Grace. But this season really picks up from the season 3 finale just as this show is going into repeat cycle this fall 2006. I really enjoy Zach Braff and co. Here are the episodes.

69.) My Old Friend's New Friend

First aired: 8/31/2004

The new Dr. Clock arrives with her spaced out personality and doesn't cease to call J.D. "Johnny". But J.D. is fine with it, because there is nothing that is going to bring down his last week of being a resident before he officially becomes a full fledged doctor.

70. My Office

First aired: 9/7/2004

Dr. Clock tries to reconsile J.D. and Eliott, while waiting to see which one Dr. Cox will give the Chief Resident position. Molly and Carla are experiencing some subtle conflict and Elliot and J.D. begin to come together after long boughts of conflict of their own. Meanwhile, Dr. Cox, Turk and Janitor are forced to work together to help a patient.

71. My New Game

First aired: 9/14/2004

Dr. Cox is having issues with Jordan since Ted reveals that they are still technically married due to some filing problems. J.D. has problems of his own as he can't shake the tag of Co-Chief Resident the Janitor assigned to him, while Elliot keeps the Chief Resident tag. Elsewhere, Turk begins to doubt his abilities after letting a patient die, and isn't helped when he finds out J.D. has no confidence in him either. Dr. Cox and Molly spar about her involvement in his patients.

72. My First Kill

First aired: 9/21/2004

J.D. is shocked to hear Dr. Cox tell his interns that eventually, they will screw up and kill a patient. J.D.
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