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The one-hour season finale, "My Finale", which was originally planned to also be the series finale, ranked third in the ratings and was watched by 5.1 million viewers, 2.1 adults 18-49 rating.The episode garnered mostly positive response from the viewers as well as critics. Mc Ginley are the only original cast members returning as regular characters, while Zach Braff appeared in six episodes.Scrubs focuses on the unique point of view of its main character and narrator, Dr. D." Dorian (Zach Braff) for the first eight seasons, with season nine being narrated by the new main character Lucy Bennett (Kerry Bishé). has a new love interest of his own when a new and very attractive psychiatrist, Dr. Elliot has taken a new fellowship in another hospital. is cast in the role of expecting father, discovering at the very end of the season that his girlfriend, Dr. and the other characters mature to fill the different roles required of them. Other notable writers who started in the first season include Mark Stegemann, who wrote 14 episodes and directed two episodes during the first eight seasons; Gabrielle Allan, who wrote 11 episodes during the first four seasons and was co-executive producer; Eric Weinberg, who wrote 11 episodes during the first six seasons and was co-executive producer; Matt Tarses, who wrote eight episodes during the first four seasons and was co-executive producer.Most episodes feature multiple story lines thematically linked by voice-overs done by Braff, as well as the comical daydreams of J. According to Bill Lawrence, "What we decided was, rather than have it be a monotone narration, if it's going to be Zach's voice, we're going to do everything through J. It opened up a visual medium that those of us as comedy writers were not used to." Almost every episode title for the first eight seasons begins with the word "My". Molly Clock (Heather Graham), arrives at Sacred Heart. Turk and Carla are trying to have a baby, despite Turk still having doubts. Kim Briggs (Elizabeth Banks), is pregnant with his child. Turk and Carla become parents when Carla gives birth to their daughter Isabella. Notable writers who joined in the second season include Tim Hobert, who wrote 11 episodes from seasons two to six, and became executive producer in season five.The series follows the lives of employees at the fictional Sacred Heart teaching hospital. finally discuss their true feelings for each other and again become a couple. Cox is promoted to chief of medicine to replace the dismissed Dr. The old Sacred Heart hospital has been torn down and rebuilt. During Zach Braff's audio commentary on "My Last Chance", he states that the error was actually unintentional.
The ninth season premiered on December 1, 2009, and on May 14, 2010, ABC officially cancelled the series. The new title sequences features the four new characters–Denise, Lucy, Drew, and Cole, as well as Dr. Janae Bakken and Debra Fordham were writers and producers during the first eight seasons, each writing 16 episodes. prepares to leave Sacred Heart to move closer to his son, with Elliot.Scrubs writers worked with several medical advisors, including doctors Jonathan Doris, Jon Turk, and Dolly Klock.D.", Jonathan Doris, made a cameo appearance as the doctor who said "adios" to J. In the show, Sacred Heart is an inner-city teaching hospital located in California.The first eight seasons of Scrubs were filmed on location at the North Hollywood Medical Center, a decommissioned hospital located at 12629 Riverside Drive in North Hollywood, but the location of Sacred Heart Hospital within the fictional world of Scrubs is left ambiguous.