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Season Seven of Scrubs originally aired between October 2007 and May 2008 on NBC. It averaged 6.38 million viewers per episode, and received one Emmy nomination. Season Seven was to be the final season of Scrubs. It is available on DVD in regions 1, 2, & 4; and episodes are syndicated in most major markets.
Due to the 2007 Writers Guild of America strike only 12 out of the 18 episodes ordered were made, and only 11 aired. NBC also decided not to finish the full 18 episode billing, thus causing the episode "My Commitment" to be uncompleted. Bill Lawrence decided not to create a sudden ending and put the pressure on NBC to make the remaining six episodes. NBC decided against doing this, and decided to leave it after 12 episodes. After all eleven episodes aired, ABC picked up Scrubs for Season Eight.
At the beginning of J.D.'s seventh year, he makes a vow to himself to be less self destructive, as Elliot calls off the wedding with Keith. ("My Own Worst Enemy") Soon after, Sam Perry Gilligan Dorian is born to Kim and J.D., and J.D. commits to stay with Kim. ("My Hard Labor") Dan visits J.D. at the hospital and surprises J.D. with his newfound success. ("My Inconvenient Truth") Vowing to change and act like more of an adult, J.D. learns all but one of the employees names at Sacred Heart. ("My Identity Crisis") As J.D. raises Sam and Turk raises Izzy, ("My Growing Pains") J.D. finds himself rated as the top doctor at Sacred Heart by the patients. ("My Number One Doctor") Turk has a rough couple of weeks when he learns Spanish ("My Bad Too") and takes out his hyper-masculinity on J.D. ("My Manhood")
Dr. Kelso is found to be too old to keep his job as Chief of Medicine, but when the board extends his career, he retires. ("My Dumb Luck") J.D. and Elliot take initiative to track down a former patient, and talk once again about having a life together. ("My Waste of Time") The two doctors nearly kiss yet again, and are left uncertain about how their relationship will pan out in the future. ("My Princess")
- Category: Season 7 Cast
- Zach Braff as Dr. John "J.D." Dorian
- Sarah Chalke as Dr. Elliot Reid
- Donald Faison as Dr. Christopher Turk
- Judy Reyes as Carla Espinosa RN
- John C. McGinley as Dr. Perry Cox
- Ken Jenkins as Dr. Robert Kelso
- Neil Flynn as Janitor
- Sam Lloyd as Ted Buckland, Esq. (7 episodes)
- Robert Maschio as Dr. Todd Quinlan (6 episodes)
- Christa Miller as Jordan Sullivan (6 episodes)
- Johnny Kastl as Dr. Doug Murphy (4 episodes)
- Travis Schuldt as Dr. Keith Dudemeister (3 episodes)
- Aloma Wright as Nurse Shirley (3 episodes)
- Kit Pongetti as Ladinia "Lady" Williams ("My Own Worst Enemy")
- Elizabeth Banks as Dr. Kim Briggs ("My Hard Labor")
- Tom Cavanagh as Dan Dorian ("My Inconvenient Truth")
- Mindy Sterling as Mrs. Cropper ("My Manhood")
- Full list: List of Scrubs' awards and nominations
The episode "My Princess" was nominated for the following Emmy:
- Outstanding Cinematography For A Half-hour Series, John Inwood, Director of Photography
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- Full list: List of music featured in Scrubs
The seventh season of Scrubs, although short, contained many songs by talented artists, including Say Anything, Colin Hay, Trik Turner, The Who, Pete Yorn, Jump Little Children, Ben Lee, Modest Mouse, and many more.
- Main article: The Complete Seventh Season DVD
The complete seventh season of Scrubs was released onto DVD in region one on November 11, 2008. The two disc set includes all 11 episodes, plus the following special features:
- My Making of II: "My Princess" - Go behind the scenes of the most ambitious Scrubs episode ever as Season Seven's finale finds Dr. Cox spinning a bedtime story, complete with damsel in distress, hideous monster and village idiot, based on real life goings-on at Sacred Heart (Guess who he casts as the knight in shining armor?)
- One-On-One With Ken Jenkins - The actor who created Scrub's irascible chief of medicine, Dr. Kelso, sits down for a revealing exclusive interview.
- Hilarious Deleted Scenes, Alternate Lines and Bloopers
- Audio Commentaries
- Easter Egg: Just A Other Typical Day In the Scrubs Elevator
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