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There have been funnier sitcoms (although, not very many) and there have been sitcoms with bigger cult audiences (again, though, not very many), but gun to the head, if I had to choose my favorite sitcom of the last decade, I’d probably choose Scrubs.Not as clever, perhaps, as Arrested Development, and not as hilariously but stubbornly obtuse as Community, and certainly not as smart as 30 Rock, Scrubs nevertheless managed to combine smart comedy with heart better than any of the contenders for best sitcom of the 00s.She is married to a surgeon and her best friend is a doctor who works in private practice.
Donald Faison (Turk) — I really wish Faison had had the patience of Braff and held out for something better, but he jumped at a quick offer to be a series cast member on TVLand’s The Exes, which is sadly so unwatchable than I can’t actually watch it.
On the news that Zach Braff has moved from in front of to behind the camera, I thought we’d check in on the rest of the ensemble, where we find that it’s been a modestly successful transition for most of them. D.) — Weirdly, given that he was the lead, Braff has had little success post-Scrubs.
His movie career took a dive after Garden State, and his only credits the last couple of years have been in television reunions, of sorts, showing up on Bill Lawrence’s Scrubs and Donald Faison’s The Exes.
Sarah Chalke (Elliot) — Chalke has also done a few episodes of Cougar Town, she had a failed sitcom, Mad Love, with Jason Biggs, and will be returning to ABC at midseason with How to Live with Your Parents (for the rest of your life), with Brad Garrett and Elizabeth Perkins.
Neil Flynn (The Janitor) — Inarguably, the most successful so far of the Scrubs cast members, Flynn appears each week on the sweet and amusing The Middle.