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Scrubs: Season 7 (2008)

Zach Braff , Sarah Chalke  |  PG |  DVD
4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (89 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: Zach Braff, Sarah Chalke, Donald Faison, Ken Jenkins, John C. McGinley
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Touchstone / Buena Vista Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: November 11, 2008
  • Run Time: 236 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (89 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,546 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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My Making Of II: "My Princess"

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Get ready for an extra dose of laughs, and enjoy every surreal moment as television's celebrated sitcom hits new heights in its sensational seventh season. Elliot, Turk and Carla may be growing older but they aren't necessarily growing up, even as career changes, family issues and love invade the quirky world of Sacred Heart. The best way to enjoy the contagious comedy of Season Seven is on DVD, complete with exclusive bonus features -- including a behind-the-scenes look at the "fairytale" episode directed by Zach Braff, bloopers and alternate lines. It's off-the-charts entertainment you'll want to watch over and over again.

Scrubs staged a near-miraculous recovery in its seventh season; this despite the usual indifferent treatment by the network, low ratings, and a writer's strike that only allowed for 11 episodes. In this case, less was more. Scrubs regained its footing with sharper writing (Dr. Cox's signature rants are more inspired than tiresome this season, although at one point, nemesis Dr. Kelso threatens to hire an orchestra to "play him off"), more empathetic situations, and meta-fun with such "third-tier" characters as Snoop Dogg Attending (formerly Snoop Dog Intern), Dr. Beardface (pronounced "Beard-fassay"), and new squeaky-voiced intern, Josephine (Scrubs scribe Aseem Batra). Beginning with J.D. (Zach Braff) and Elliott (Sarah Chalke) coming to their senses before they can consummate that sixth season cliffhanging kiss, this season will be one of "weird crystallizing moments." Elliott will call off her upcoming nuptials to Keith. J.D. will be forced to tell Kim ("cute as a button" Elizabeth Banks), whom he impregnated after only their first date, that he does not love her. The "annoying whiny man-child," as Dr. Cox (John C. McGinley) calls him, will finally ponder whether it is time for him to grow up. Dr. Cox will admit that he is lonely without his acerbic wife (Christa Miller) and son when they go out of town. Other developments include the smitten Janitor's (Neil Flynn) initially suspect new girlfriend (can she really be named "Lady?") and on a Scrubsian sad note, Kelso (Ken Jenkins) faces forced retirement when it is revealed he is actually 65 years old. Scrubs deftly blends absurdist fantasy, flat-out silliness and dramatic, emotional moments, as in "My Number One Doctor," in which Elliott must deal with a terminal patient's suicide attempt. The season's most ambitious episode is the finale, "My Princess," a Princess Bride homage in which Dr. Cox transforms one undiagnosable patient's case into his son's bedtime story that is populated by Scrubs characters, with Elliott as a princess, Turk (Donald Faison) and Carla (Judy Reyes) as a two-headed witch, and J.D. as, you guessed it, the village idiot. The ample bonus features include audio commentary for every episode, a fun "Alternate Lines" segment that illustrates the improvisational leeway cast members enjoy, deleted scenes, bloopers, an interview with Ken Jenkins, and a behind the scenes look at the "My Princess" episode. Poised for cancellation, Scrubs got a second opinion from ABC, which picked up the series for an eighth season. That's heartening news for devoted fans who would never pull the plug. To borrow Turk's well-worn catchphrase, "That’s what I'm talkin' about." --Donald Liebenson

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40 of 44 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very funny and NOT THE END!!! September 1, 2008
This season is short but great. Having said that I have to say that the series is NOT over. It is moving to ABC for season 8. I keep seeing reviews where it says series ended with season 7. Not true. It just ended its run on NBC. ABC picked it up for 18 episodes for season 8. Just had to clear that up.
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20 of 24 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Here's why I'll be buying Season 7 for sure... September 6, 2008
...because with NBC constantly preempting it and showing it at different times, I think I saw maybe two episodes from this season. I never knew when it was on. So it's 11 episodes. It's still Scrubs and even bad Scrubs is better than 99% of what's on tv right now. Can't wait for season 8!
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22 of 27 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Uneven at best August 25, 2008
I'm a long time fan of Scrubs. I own every season on DVD so far. I'm going to stick with the series till the end.

That being said, Season 7 wasn't all that good. Some episodes were great, but the low points of the season(most notably the episode that was aired as the series finale) were among the worst episodes in the entire series. A big problem with this season was with the network, rather than the show, as episodes were aired out of order, leading to continuity being all kinds of wrecked. Hopefully this is corrected for the DVD set, but there were a lot of other issues that stop this from being a great season.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars not enough "crystalizing moments" February 6, 2009
I'm a huge fan of Scrubs and have every Season on DVD. This is one of my favorite shows. Unfortunately, I was a little disappointed with Season 7. A number of characters went through a personality change. The deceased nurse Laverne was brought back as nurse Shirley. JD's insecurity gave way to a focus on his immaturity. Dr. Cox softened up and no longer intimidated the other doctors (except when choosing not to stick up for Dr. Kelso). The Janitor lost his mystique, becoming more human and vulnerable. The Todd became even more of a buffoon. Dr. Kelso was relegated to one liners from the background and then eventually written out of the show. Jordan developed into a whiny distraction. A new intern - Josephine - was added as a truly annoying, one-dimensional character.

The good news: Background characters like Doug, Ted, Snoop Dog Attending, and Dr. Beardface were more relevant to the story lines. The fairy tale episode was a good change of pace. (But did it really need to end on a sad note?). Plus, there were some great one-liners and dream sequences, as usual.

Overall, season 7 was still pretty decent; it just doesn't stack up to the quality of past seasons.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Doesn't measure up to the preceding seasons June 16, 2009
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We're big, big scrubs fans - own all previous seasons, have watched them 3 times through. But the seventh season was pretty disappointing, not worth owning, not really worth watching. Even the fairy tale episode was nothing compared to previous seasons' episodes. Borrow this season from the library or from a friend, if you didn't see it on TV. I'd skip purchasing it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great season September 21, 2009
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I love this show and have enjoyed it every season. Season six they seemed to try a couple of new tricks, some I thought were great, some not so much, but Season 7 really got back to their roots. What can I say I am a true "Scrubs" fan owning every season except Season 8 (which I plan to purchase shortly), and have watched them numerous times. Looking forward to watching Season 8 to see what happens after the season 7 finale. Gotta love Coxy.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Critique on Greatness gone bad January 29, 2009
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So, Scrubs was the only tv show that I actually kept up with. It was funny, heart warming, had great actors doing great work, it had wonderful stories and fantastic cinematic qualities... This season didn't quite make it in the greatness that was once Scrubs. Although it was still pretty damn good, I had higher expectations. The writer's strike caused continuity issues in the story line and some poor decisions were made.
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3.0 out of 5 stars About Time... May 31, 2009
At the end of seven years at Sacred Heart, wouldn't be about time that all the once-new interns grew up a little? Ah well, M*A*S*H went on for several times longer than the Korean War actually lasted, so much can be forgiven in the name of consistently screwball comedy seamlessly intermingled with truly poignant dramatic moments. This seventh season was truncated by the writers' strike, and there truly do seem to be some curious gaps in the overall story arc... stories left incomplete, and whole characters and situations that are essentially left hanging in mid-air, with only eleven episodes in the season. There are a couple of funny ongoing bits, never developed - the female intern with a voice so helium-high that the eternally sarcastic Dr. Cox doesn't even want to listen to her speak, and some off-again-on-again-off-again romance between an assortment of couples that seems to just fizzle into the off-position from lack of interest.

There was only one razzle-dazzle all-stops out and over the top episode; one of those which heads into the surreal for the entire length of the episode, instead of just momentary lurching in that direction. "My Princess" - was told as a magical fairy tale sequence and appropriately showcased among the extra features as a "making of" sequence. Other extras included the obligatory alternate lines, deleted scenes and bloopers, most of which make you wonder why they weren't used instead, being at least as funny as what was included in the broadcast. Anyone who has followed the show from the first season will want this, just to round out the collection.
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Can someone who owns Scrubs S7 chime in?
I haven't gotten around to watching Disc 2 yet, but according to the inlay card in the DVD case, it is indeed listed as the final episode on the disc. Unfortunate, isn't it? But nowhere on the card does it state that we have to watch the episodes in the order they are on the disc. So ... if... Read More
Nov 15, 2008 by R. J. Werner |  See all 5 posts
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Scrubs is going to continue for at least one more season...just not on NBC. It's moving to ABC. I'm certain they'll tie up any loose ends.
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