Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Review - Scrubs Season 9 Episode 4 Our Histories

This is the one review I've been dreading all day. I love Scrubs, but there is a point when you wonder where everything went, and it's all with the actors. Sorry to the new cast, but you are a pale imitation to old cast.

Cole is still annoying and doesn't work as a regular. It's like he's a more obnoxious version of The Todd that shows up much more often. Lucy doesn't have the charm of J.D. and comes off as plain weak.

J.D. and Turk were off having fun at "Bro-A-Palooza" since their wives were gone. They are great together and it was probably the best part of the episode, but J.D. is leaving really soon. Instead of spending more time developing the new characters, the writers decided to have the same albeit funny gags.

Ted and Gooch made their exit gracefully singing a few songs, and a bit of Ted butting heads with Kelson. It was a fine send off that seemed unnecessary. I mean does anyone really care about Ted?

Score: 8.5/10


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