AFTER EACH ALL-NEW EPISODE OF "SCRUBS" THROUGH MARCH 21,
NBC WILL AIR A CAST MEMBER'S FAVORITE EPISODE, BEGINNING WITH ZACH
BRAFF'S PICK: SEASON FOUR'S "MY LAST CHANCE," WITH GUEST STARS HEATHER
GRAHAM AND MOLLY SHANNON, ON MARCH 7
Audio commentary from the cast about each pick will be posted on Tuesdays
After each original episode of "Scrubs" through March 21, NBC will air a
cast member's pick for their favorite episode, beginning with Zach
Braff's ("Dr. John 'J.D.' Dorian") choice: last season's "My Last
Chance," guest starring Heather Graham ("Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me") and Molly Shannon ("Will & Grace") on Tuesday, March 7 from 9:30-10 p.m. ET/PT.
Tuesday, March 7:
9:00-9:30pm - "My Five Stages" (all-new episode)
9:30-10:00pm - "My Last Chance" (Zack Braff's favorite episode)
Tuesday, March 14:
9:00-9:30pm - "My Own Personal Hell" (all-new episode)
9:30-10:00pm - "My Life In Four Cameras" (Sarah Chalke, Ken Jenkins and Judy Reyes' favorite episode)
Tuesday, March 21:
9:00-9:30pm - "My Extra Mile" (all-new episode)
9:30-10:00pm - "My Lucky Night" (Donald Faison, Neil Flynn and John C. McGinley's favorite episode)
Check out the film "Garden State," written, directed and starring Zach Braff (Our J.D.) and Natalie Portman. Now available on DVD.
TED'S BAND HAS A CD!
Ted the lawyer's "Worthless Peons," known in real life as the a cappella quartet "The Blanks," want to let Scrubs fans know their debut CD is now for sale. The Blanks' Riding the Wave
includes the TV and cartoon theme songs and commercial jingles
performed on past episodes, as well as quirky originals and covers.
With bonus special guest appearances included with the Scrubs fan in
"SCRUBS" SOUNDTRACK JUST WHAT THE DOCTOR ORDERED: HOLLYWOOD RECORDS'
RELEASE FEATURES CROSS SECTION OF HOT NEW AND ESTABLISHED ARTISTS
Video for First Single, "Superman," by Lazlo Bane, Directed by the Series Star Zach Braff, See It HERE
Last Season NBC's "Scrubs" became one of TV's hottest comedies. Now
Hollywood Records is set to release an album of music heard on the
critically acclaimed series. Featuring a diverse lineup of new and
established artists, including Colin Hay, Butthole Surfers, Shawn
Mullins, the Eels, John Cale, and more. Hollywood's SCRUBS
soundtrack arrives in stores September 24th, while the video for the
single, "Superman" (the show's theme song), by Lazlo Bane, will be
directed by first-time video director and "Scrubs" star Zach Braff. It
will include behind-the-scenes footage from the show and performance
footage of Lazlo Bane. The "Scrubs" season premiere airs Thursday,
September 26 on NBC.
"Scrubs" follows the lives and loves of a group of earnest (yet quirky)
young medical residents. "E.R." it's not, as at any moment the scene
might shift from intensive care consult to a balcony musical number � la
"West Side Story." To accent the show's madcap pace and comic tone, a
wide variety of pop music has been used as backdrop.
"We consider music a key element of our show, so much that writers, cast
members, and producers all scour local clubs and CD racks for bands we
feel should be better known," said Bill Lawrence, "Scrubs" creator and
Every song on the SCRUBS soundtrack has been featured on the
series except for "Overkill," which will be performed by solo artist and
former Men At Work frontman Colin Hay when he guest-stars on the
"Scrubs" second season premiere, airing September 26 (8:30-9:00 p.m.,
ET/PT), playing a troubadour who appears unexpectedly in J.D.'s fantasy
scenes throughout the episode.
"Bill Lawrence has created an environment that is really open to
collaboration. He encourages everyone to bring him music that we think
would be right for the show. Lazlo Bane and Colin Hay had songs that I
was positive Bill would love," said "Scrubs" star Zach Braff.
Artists and tracks included on the Hollywood release are: Lazlo Bane,
"Superman"; Shawn Mullins,"All In My Head"; The Eels, "Fresh Feeling";
Leroy, "Good Time"; Francis Dunnery, "Good Life"; The Shins, "New
Slang"; Colin Hay with "Beautiful World" and "Overkill"; Guided By
Voices, "Hold On Hope"; Nil Lara, "Fighting For My Love"; Butthole
Surfers, "Dracula From Houston"; Everything, "Hooch"; John Cale,
"Hallelujah"; Jeremy Kay, "Have It All"; and the end credits theme by
Winner of a prestigious Humanitas Prize and an Imagen Award, as well as a
nominee for two Emmy Awards and a People's Choice Award in its debut
season, "Scrubs" focuses on the out-of-the-ordinary experiences of
medical resident John "J.D." Dorian as he embarks on his healing career
at Sacred Heart, a busy teaching hospital crammed full of unpredictable
staffers and patients -- where humor and tragedy can and do merge paths
at any time. The series stars Zach Braff as John "J.D." Dorian, Sarah
Chalke as Elliot Reid, Donald Faison as Chris Turk, Judy Reyes as Carla
Espinosa, John C. McGinley as Dr. Perry Cox, Ken Jenkins as Dr. Bob
Kelso and Neil Flynn as the Janitor.
Named a "Future Classic" by the TV Land cable network, "Scrubs" is the
highest-rated new comedy series to return for the 2002-03 season.
"Scrubs" is produced by Touchstone Television. Bill Lawrence ("Spin
City") is the executive producer and creator.