Best of Scrubs: My Old Lady

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I’m going to start a series where I pick out what I feel are the best episodes of the tv show Scrubs. For those that don’t know the show, even though it includes things that are very fantastic and imaginative, it is considered to be one of the most emotionally accurate medical shows on TV today. True to the emotional roller coaster that medical professionals handle and deal with, working at the hospital.

Scrubs is definitely one of my favorite shows, and, although it has it’s share of immorality, it is the moral episodes are the ones that give the show it’s heart and soul.

This is a clip from the fourth episode of the first season, My Old Lady. This episode’s writer won a 2002 Humanitas Prize for this episode.

Paul Martin

Paul Martin

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