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Scrubs (season 7)

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Country of origin  United States
Original network  NBC
No. of episodes  11
Original release  October 25, 2007 (2007-10-25) – May 8, 2008 (2008-05-08)

The seventh season of the American comedy television series Scrubs premiered on NBC on October 25, 2007 and concluded on May 8, 2008 and consists of 11 episodes. This was the final season to air on NBC after it was picked up by ABC.

Season 7 was confirmed to have a reduced number of 18 episodes and was likely to be the final season. Due to the 2007–2008 Writers Guild of America strike, only 11 episodes were finished and 6 aired before the strike. During the strike, it was unknown if production on the final episodes would resume or that a possible series finale would air due to the actors' contracts expiring if the strike were to last a long time. After the strike was over, the final five episodes aired starting April 10, 2008. Episode 12, titled "My Commitment" was partially completed before the strike, but was never completed or aired. Some material shot for "My Commitment" was later used in the season 8 episode, "My Nah Nah Nah".

Season 7 continues to focus on the fact that J.D. has to grow up. It's mentioned in several episodes throughout the season. He also has to deal with his newborn son, Sam. Both Elliot and J.D. deal with the fact that they may be with the wrong person (Keith and Kim). Turk tries to grow closer with Carla. Dr. Cox gets a temporary promotion. Dr. Kelso has to deal with the fact that the hospital has a mandatory retirement policy. Plus, the Janitor starts dating Lady, who works at the hospital.

Main cast

  • Zach Braff as Dr. John "J.D." Dorian
  • Sarah Chalke as Dr. Elliot Reid
  • Donald Faison as Dr. Chris Turk
  • Neil Flynn as The Janitor
  • Ken Jenkins as Dr. Bob Kelso
  • John C. McGinley as Dr. Perry Cox
  • Judy Reyes as Nurse Carla Espinosa
  • References

    Scrubs (season 7) Wikipedia