The story of a young, pregnant woman whose world falls apart when she loses her child in a hit and run accident. As her life unravels,Nathalie finds an unlikely protector in Henry, a down ... See full summary »
Two friends pedal across a post-apocalyptic landscape on a tandem beach cruiser and face the question: when oil runs out, where exactly is the line that society can cross before it ceases to be a society at all?
Now don't go and categorize this so soon as a total failure. Now there's no question in my mind that these new interns are no replacement to the original stars of the show that we all came to love, but try to give them a chance to grow on you... which I am desperately trying to do with my expectations that the original cast set. Although characters like JD and Turk don't appear in as many scenes as I would have hoped(due to ABCs cost cutting plan), the scenes that they are in are just as funny and entertaining as the original Scrubs. For the fans of the original Scrubs, please don't go about watching this show with too high expectations. It seems like the writers are starting to lose ideas on new episodes, but until they do and until ABC decides to stop paying the original cast and the new interns are forced into taking command of this show don't put it off. I really do hope the interns become more suitable main characters...
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