Medical Comedy: Scrubs  » TV  »
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  • This show definitely proves the point that a little humor can go a long way

    • by Jolly
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      Scrubs is a medical comedy that has held my interest from the beginning. It takes on an easy going, humorous, and sometimes plain crazy look into the lives of the doctors of Sacred Heart hospital.

      There’s Elliot: a woman just trying to fit in and let loose her hourly frustrations; there’s Carla: the “mother figure”

      of the bunch, who looks after the wellbeing of her friends and coworkers; there’s Dr.

      Cox: the most difficult, angry, and sarcastic of men, who also happens to have a heart of gold; there’s Turk: the cocky, extremely talented surgeon, who tries to find all the fun he can in life; There’s also Bob Kelso: the mean,

      • grumpy dean of medicine, who seems to need to hide the fact that deep down he’s a good guy; and most importantly, there’s JD: the narrator of the series, and the dorky, unsure, wackiest doctor of the bunch.

        Despite the fact that there seem to be a lot of medical shows out there, Scrubs is different in

        that it provides a lighthearted approach to medicine.

        It portrays doctors as human beings who make mistakes, and who like to be goofy sometimes.

        In addition to tickling your funny bone, Scrubs also centers its episodes around important morals and lessons.

        This show definitely proves the point that a little humor can go a long way.

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