The Complete Seventh Season was released onto DVD in region one on November 15, 2008. It contains all 11 Season Seven episodes, plus bonus features.
- Get ready for an extra dose of laughs, and enjoy every surreal moment as television's celebrated sitcom hits new heights in its sensational seventh season.
- Elliot, Turk and Carla may be growing older but they aren't necessarily growing up, even as career changes, family issues and love invade the quirky world of Sacred Heart.
- The best way to enjoy the contagious comedy of Season Seven is on DVD, complete with exclusive bonus features - including a behind-the-scenes look at the "fairytale" episode directed by Zach Braff, bloopers and alternate lines. It's off-the-charts entertainment you'll want to watch over and over again.
DVD case descriptionEdit
The Seventh Season DVD case breaks from the mold of the previous seasons. It is a traditional black plastic DVD case with a cardboard sleeve. Inside the case is an episode list sheet. Both discs have baby outfits on them, with "Newbie" written on them.
- "My Own Worst Enemy"
- "My Hard Labor"
- "My Inconvenient Truth"
- "My Identity Crisis"
- "My Growing Pains"
- "My Number One Doctor"
- "My Bad Too"
- Note: Optional audio commentary are available on all episodes.
- 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.
- Deleted Scenes
- Alternate Lines
- Easter Egg: Just A Other Typical Day In the Scrubs Elevator
- Audio commentaries on every episode:
- "My Own Worst Enemy": Writers Neil Goldman, Garrett Donovan, and Aseem Batra
- "My Hard Labor": Writer Bill Callahan and producer Randall Keenan Winston
- "My Inconvenient Truth": Neil Flynn, Sam Lloyd, and production coordinator Hillary Hirsch
- "My Identity Crisis": Aloma Wright and writer Dave Tennant
- "My Growing Pains": Zach Braff
- "My Number One Doctor": Co-producer Danny Rose, producer's assistant Jesse Schiller, assistant production coordinator Jared Weisfeiner
- "My Bad Too": Producers Randall Winston and Liz Newman
- "My Manhood": Writer Angela Nissel and director Michael McDonald
- "My Dumb Luck": Writer Aseem Batra and director Rick Blue
- "My Waste of Time": Writer Andy Schwartz and script coordinator Devin Mahoney
- "My Princess": Writer Mark Stegemann and costume designer Carey Bennett
The Season Seven DVD menus are once again CGI Sacred Heart locations. This time, all menus are modeled after Rateyourdoc.org on a laptop in Coffee Bucks.