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Our First Day of School 

The doctors reunite to teach med school to a new set of students, but J.D. is not sure after his first day whether he can make a difference and connect with any of his students.

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J.D., Turk, Drs. Cox and Kelso and Intern Denise return to Sacred Heart to teach med school while new med students Lucy, Drew, Cole and Maya are put through the ringer on their first day of school. Written by ABC Publicity

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Comedy | Drama

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Sarah Chalke was pregnant in real life in this season. See more »

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References Dangerous Minds (1995) See more »

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You really can't go home again
2 December 2009 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

First things first: I'm one of the biggest fans of the original Scrubs series. The previous eight seasons of whimsical story lines about the doctors of Sacred Heart practically guaranteed stomach cramps from laughing too hard. Every character was from the get go well written. Creator Bill Lawrence was a master in mixing genuine sad moments with laugh out loud ones. Even after multiple viewings the show was frickin' hilarious. Yes, is said it: was. Because the 'new and improved' ninth season, with a bunch of new characters like med students Lucy and Cole, lost most of it's magic. Sure the adventures of Turk, JD and Dr. Cox are fun to watch, but somehow it all feels contrived. On the other hand, the new kids on the block are just horribly stereotypical cardboard characters. And even worse, there extremely unlikable. Of course there's the possibility that it improves over the next couple of episodes, but I doubt it.


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