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Meta-Scrubs ("My Own Personal Jesus")

Never seen Scrubs or want to watch it again?

Every season is available on DVD and every episode is available to download or stream via iTunes, Amazon, Hulu, or Netflix. In most North American cities you can check local listings for reruns.

Or, if you're really hungry for Scrubs, look into buying The Complete Collection DVD.

By SeasonEdit

Season 1 iTunes Artwork Season One
Season 2 iTunes Artwork Season Two
Season 3 iTunes Artwork Season Three
Season 4 iTunes Artwork Season Four
Season 5 iTunes Artwork Season Five
Season 6 iTunes Artwork Season Six
Season 7 iTunes Artwork Season Seven
Season 8 iTunes Artwork Season Eight
Season 9 iTunes Artwork Season Nine

Other DVDsEdit

ScrubsComplete2 The Complete Collection DVD of Scrubs was released onto DVD in region one on September 28, 2010. The twenty-six disc set includes all 181 episodes plus the exclusive special features and extras.

InterviewsEdit

ScrubsPaley Scrubs: Cast & Creators Live at Paley New York was released onto single DVD-R in NTSC exclusively to Amazon on November 18, 2010. This sit down interview filmed by The Paley Center for Media in New York on November 10, 2007 is moderated by Michael Ausiello and features Zach Braff, Neil Flynn, Christa Miller, Judy Reyes, Donald Faison, Sarah Chalke and Bill Lawrence talking about their experiences on Scrubs.
PaleyLA

Scrubs: The Farewell Tour at Paley Los Angeles

A separate sit down interview filmed by The Paley Center for Media in Los Angeles was conducted on December 13, 2007 and moderated by Stuart Levine and features Zach Braff, Neil Flynn, Christa Miller, Judy Reyes, Donald Faison, Ken Jenkins, John C. McGinley and Bill Lawrence talking about their experiences on Scrubs.

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