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In the United Kingdom, scrubs are sometimes known as theatre blues. The spread of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus MRSA has increased the use of scrubs but can give wearers a false sense of security that they are 'clean' when in fact they are as easily contaminated as any other clothing.

In contrast to the uniforms long required of nurses , [2] surgeons did not wear any kind of specialized garments until well into the 20th century. The surgeon wore his own clothes, with perhaps a butcher's apron to protect his clothing from blood stains, [4] and he operated bare-handed with non- sterile instruments and supplies.

Gut and silk sutures were sold as open strands with reusable hand-threaded needles; packing gauze was made of sweepings from the floors of cotton mills.

In contrast to today's concept of surgery as a profession that emphasizes cleanliness and conscientiousness, up to the early 20th century the mark of a busy and successful surgeon was the profusion of blood and fluids on his clothes.

With the " Spanish flu " pandemic of and the growing medical interest in Lister 's antiseptic theory, some surgeons began wearing cotton gauze masks in surgery; however, this was not to protect the patient from intra-operative infection , but to protect the surgeon from the patient's diseases.

Around the same time, operating theatre staff began wearing heavy rubber gloves to protect their hands from the solutions used to clean the room and equipment, a practice surgeons grudgingly adopted.

By the s, advances in surgical antisepsis now called aseptic technique and the science of wound infection led to the adoption of antiseptic drapes and gowns for operating room use.

Instruments, supplies and dressings were routinely sterilized by exposure to either high-pressure steam or ethylene oxide. Originally, operating room attire was white to emphasize cleanliness.

However, the combination of bright operating lights and an all-white environment led to eye strain for the surgeon and staff. By the s and s, most hospitals had abandoned white operating room apparel in favor of various shades of green, which provided a high-contrast environment, reduced eye fatigue, and made bright red blood splashes less conspicuous.

Over this was worn a tie-back or bouffant-style cloth cap, a gauze or synthetic textile mask, a cloth or synthetic surgical gown, latex gloves, and supportive closed-toe shoes.

This uniform was originally known as "surgical greens" because of its color, but came to be called "scrubs" because it was worn in a "scrubbed" environment.

In many operating rooms, it is forbidden to wear any exposed clothing, such as a t-shirt , beneath scrubs.

As scrubs are designed to promote a clean environment, the wearing of outside clothing is thought to introduce unwanted pathogens. Nearly all patient care personnel at hospitals in the United States wear some form of scrubs while on duty, as do some staffers in doctor, dental, and veterinary offices.

Doctors in the United States may wear their own clothes with a white coat except for surgery. Support staff such as custodians and unit clerks also wear scrubs in some facilities.

When the physician is not performing surgery, the scrub is often worn under a white coat. In England, all NHS hospital trusts have stringent clothing policies, and many of these specifically forbid wearing the iconic white coat for medical staff, owing to infection control concerns.

This has meant that several hospitals around the UK have opted for scrubs for staff, especially in Accident and Emergency departments.

Scrubs are also sometimes used as prison uniforms in the U. S and other countries. Outside of hospitals, scrubs are becoming more common in other areas especially in light of the global COVID pandemic.

Kelso's wife passes away, and Ted quits Sacred Heart to travel around the U. The origin for the show is loosely based on Dr.

Jonathan Doris' experiences as a resident in internal medicine at Brown Medical School , which served as inspiration for college friend and show creator Bill Lawrence.

Scrubs was produced by ABC, through its production division , though it was aired by rival broadcaster NBC. The show's creator, Bill Lawrence, was also an executive producer and the showrunner.

He wrote 14 episodes and directed Neil Goldman and Garrett Donovan co-wrote 13 episodes during their eight-year run on the show, starting as co-producers on the show and ending as executive producers ; they left the show after the eighth season.

Other notable writers who started in the first season include Mark Stegemann, who wrote 14 episodes and directed two episodes during the first eight seasons; Gabrielle Allan, who wrote 11 episodes during the first four seasons and was co-executive producer; Eric Weinberg , who wrote 11 episodes during the first six seasons and was co-executive producer; Matt Tarses, who wrote eight episodes during the first four seasons and was co-executive producer.

Notable writers who joined in the second season include Tim Hobert, who wrote 11 episodes from seasons two to six, and became executive producer in season five.

Angela Nissel wrote 10 episodes from seasons two to eight, starting out as a staff writer and became supervising producer in season seven.

Bill Callahan joined the show in season four, writing eight episodes from seasons four to eight; he became executive producer in season six.

Adam Bernstein , who directed the pilot episode, "My First Day", also directed 11 episodes up until season seven.

Michael Spiller directed the most episodes, 20 during the entire series run. Ken Whittingham and Chris Koch both directed 12 episodes from seasons two to nine.

Comedian Michael McDonald , who also appeared on the show, directed five episodes. In , Josh Bycel , a writer and supervising producer for the animated comedy American Dad!

Scrubs writers worked with several medical advisors, including doctors Jonathan Doris, Jon Turk, and Dolly Klock.

Their names serve as the basis for the names of characters John Dorian, Chris Turk, and Molly Clock played by Braff, Faison, and Heather Graham, respectively.

In the season eight finale " My Finale ", the "real J. In the show, Sacred Heart is an inner-city teaching hospital located in California. The first eight seasons of Scrubs were filmed on location at the North Hollywood Medical Center , a decommissioned hospital located at Riverside Drive in North Hollywood , but the location of Sacred Heart Hospital within the fictional world of Scrubs is left ambiguous.

The production of Scrubs took complete control of the hospital, with the existing hospital rooms reworked to be more production-friendly.

This involved knocking down various walls to create larger, more open spaces such as the main ward and the communal areas like admissions, which did not originally exist.

Production designer Cabot McMullen also introduced more glass walls and windows around the hospital sets, as well as putting in nurses stations, which could be easily moved to allow different camera movements.

While much of the building was renovated, the team were very keen to preserve the state of disrepair which the hospital was in, to give the show a more gritty, dank aesthetic.

Other recurring locations were also built into the hospital, including J. Cox's apartment—which was built in an old operating room. As well as these permanent locations, the production team would also often construct temporary sets as required, also within the hospital.

Instead of the more traditional artist trailers for the cast to retreat to during breaks, they were instead all given old hospital rooms as well as a small allowance to decorate them.

In some instances when either filming went on late, or the cast and crew went out after work, some, such as John C. McGinley would go and sleep in their dressing room at the hospital instead of going home.

For the ninth season, the show moved to Culver Studios. On November 5, , the Writers Guild of America went on strike , which put the production of the show's seventh season on hold.

When the strike started, only 11 of Scrubs ' 18 planned seventh-season episodes had been finished. During the strike, NBC announced that The Office and Scrubs would be replaced by Celebrity Apprentice.

Episode 11, " My Princess ", was eventually filmed, [31] although Lawrence was absent. Filming of episode 11 was disrupted by picketers.

It was believed that Lawrence had tipped the picketers off about the filming schedule, although these beliefs turned out to be false as Lawrence quickly drove to the set to "keep the peace".

Amid strike-induced doubt involving the final episodes of Scrubs , on February 28, , The Hollywood Reporter reported that ABC was in talks with corporate sibling ABC Studios with the aim of bringing Scrubs to ABC for an eighth season of 18 episodes, [33] despite Lawrence and Braff's protests that the seventh season would definitely be the last.

Creator Bill Lawrence described season eight as more like the first few seasons in tone, with increased focus on more realistic storylines, accompanied by the introduction of new characters.

Maddox, for a three-episode arc. Sarah Chalke was hoping that J. In the early episodes of the season, they did rekindle their relationship, and continued dating through the end of the season.

Several actors who guest starred as patients at Sacred Heart during the course of Scrubs returned for the finale. The double-length season eight finale, " My Finale ", aired on May 6, , and was expected to be the series finale, as well.

However, it soon became clear that the show would return for a ninth season. On April 16, , Bill Lawrence wrote on the ABC. Bill Lawrence also stated that Scrubs as it was is over, for the show to move forward with a new cast in an ER type role on ABC, or take a new title completely.

In response to criticisms that the change would tarnish Scrubs ' legacy, Lawrence defended the decision, as it would allow the Scrubs crew to continue work through a recession : "'Legacy shmegacy.

On June 19, , it was announced that the ninth season of Scrubs would "shift from the hospital to the classroom and make med-school professors of John C.

McGinley's Dr. Cox and Donald Faison's Turk. McGinley and Faison were joined by "a quartet of newbies most of them playing students " as full-time regulars, while one of the freshmen "will be fairly famous.

Of the seven actors who had appeared in the show since the pilot, only Faison and McGinley retained their roles as regulars. Zach Braff returned part-time and was absent for the majority of the season, while retaining lead billing for six episodes.

Sarah Chalke returned for four episodes as a guest star; Ken Jenkins , credited as a guest star, appeared in nine of the 13 episodes; Neil Flynn appeared in the season premiere in a brief cameo; Judy Reyes was the only former star not to return to the show.

In an interview on the YouTube series Made Man, John C. McGinley stated that the reason for some cast members not returning was that they demanded higher salaries.

Although, he did not confirm which cast members, he did specify that two of the original cast made demands; hence, they were not brought back.

On May 14, , it was officially announced that the show was canceled. The season nine finale, titled "Our Thanks", aired on March 17, Five days later, on March 22, , Zach Braff announced, via the official Facebook page, that the ninth season of Scrubs would be the last, commenting that, "Many of you have asked, so here it is: it appears that 'New Scrubs', 'Scrubs 2.

It was worth a try, but alas Zach Braff, Sarah Chalke, Judy Reyes, John C. McGinley and Neil Flynn reprised their roles as J. Sam Lloyd reprised his role as Ted Buckland in the season two finale of the Lawrence series Cougar Town.

In the episode, written and directed by Lawrence, Ted is in Hawaii and says his girlfriend, Stephanie Gooch , has run off with Dr.

The show is shot with a single instead of multiple-camera setup more typical for sitcoms. John Inwood, the cinematographer of the series, shot the series with his own Aaton XTR prod Super16 film camera.

Despite the fact that some broadcasters, such as the BBC, consider Super 16 a "non-HD" format, [61] John Inwood believed that footage from his camera was not only sufficient to air in high definition, but it also "looked terrific.

Except for the finale of season five, "My Transition", which was broadcast in high definition , [63] the first seven seasons of the show have been broadcast in standard definition with a aspect ratio.

After the show was moved from NBC to ABC, the broadcast format for new episodes changed to high definition and widescreen.

John Inwood opined that older episodes could be rereleased that way, as well. From the very beginning, he filmed the show with widescreen delivery in mind so the whole series could be aired in widescreen when the market evolved.

All nine seasons have been released on DVD in format. However, the eighth season was also released on Blu-ray Disc in the original widescreen format.

Music plays a large role in Scrubs. A wide variety of rock, pop, and indie artists are featured, and almost every episode ends with a musical montage summing up the themes and plot lines of the episode, and the music for these montages is often picked even before the episodes are completely written.

Members of the cast and crew were encouraged to contribute song suggestions, with many ideas coming from series creator Bill Lawrence, writer Neil Goldman , and actors Zach Braff whose college friends Cary Brothers and Joshua Radin appear on the Scrubs soundtrack and Christa Miller who selected Colin Hay and Tammany Hall NYC.

According to Lawrence, "Christa picks so much of the music for the show that a lot of the writers and actors don't even go to me anymore when they have a song.

They hand it to her. Featured songs present in the original broadcasts appear unaltered in the DVD release of the show.

However, a handful of songs were replaced in the versions released to streaming services such as Netflix and Hulu due to licensing issues.

Scrubs featured a musical episode in the sixth season, " My Musical ", guest-starring Tony-nominated Avenue Q actress Stephanie D'Abruzzo.

The theme song of the series, performed by Lazlo Bane , is titled " Superman ", and can be found on the album All the Time in the World , as well as on the first Scrubs soundtrack.

Lawrence credits Braff for finding and suggesting "Superman" as the theme song, [69] with the specific lyric "I'm no Superman" serving as an allusion to the fallibility of the lead characters.

The Scrubs main title is performed at a faster tempo than the original recording of the song. The original, slower recording was used briefly at the beginning of season two, played during an extended version of the title sequence, as well as the opening for " My Urologist ", and a special edit of the title sequence for resulting in roughly 1—2 seconds of music, followed by the line "I'm no Superman", accompanied by a quick flash of credits.

The original introduction from season one was used through most of season three and then used for seasons four through eight. Beginning with season nine, a new version of "Superman" is used which is performed by WAZ.

Three official soundtracks have been released. The first soundtrack, Music From Scrubs , was released on CD on September 24, Colin Hay , the former frontman of Men at Work , has had music featured in at least seven episodes, and has appeared in the episode " My Overkill ", performing the song " Overkill " as a street musician, and in the episode " My Hard Labor " performing " Down Under ".

Hay also sings " Where Everybody Knows Your Name ", the theme from Cheers , in the episode " My Life in Four Cameras " and the episode " My Philosophy " features Hay's song " Waiting For My Real Life To Begin ", sung by several members of the cast.

He also appeared in "My Finale". The music of Joshua Radin , who is a friend of Scrubs star Zach Braff, [74] appeared in six episodes.

Music by Keren DeBerg has featured in 15 episodes, and she appeared in "My Musical" as an extra in the song "All Right". Clay Aiken appeared in the episode "My Life in Four Cameras" and performed the song " Isn't She Lovely?

The Worthless Peons also known as Ted's Band, The Blanks, or in the " My Way Home " Director's Cut, as " Foghat " are an a cappella group made up of Sacred Heart hospital employees from different departments.

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Oktober USA auf NBC. Cox is of the impression that it will happen eventually. Elsewhere, Elliot fights for an ex-drug addict patient to receive a heart valve, and becomes frustrated when Molly goes against her professionally about it.

Carla decides to clean Rowdy, and loses him. This leads her to replace the stuffed dog with a replica named Steven, who is 2 inches shorter.

Tanner Kathryn Joosten , Aaron Simon Jack Shearer , Elaine Jill Tracy and Mr. Bursky Ted Rogers. Cary Brothers plays a karaoke singer, though he is truly singing his song "Blue Eyes" from the soundtrack for Zach Braff's film Garden State.

Told from the perspective of Elliot: she starts to doubt Molly being the perfect mentor when she finds out her boyfriend is a convicted felon.

Nevertheless, Dr. Cox helps her decide that personal lives should be kept separate from professional lives. Also Turk is constantly waking up Carla when he goes to bed; and J.

Cox may have ruined his credibility with the new residents. The episode was dedicated to the memory of John Ritter, who died on September 11, from an aortic dissection.

Bill Callahan. Elsewhere, Dr. Cox and Dr. Kelso get fed-up with Molly's perception that everyone is good at heart and seek to prove her wrong.

Molly and J. Meanwhile Dr. Cox has to fulfill community service hours by working in an ambulance with Denise Lemmon Molly Shannon , a very annoying paramedic.

Cox must deal with cunning malpractice attorney Neena Broderick Julianna Margulies as she attends to her father.

Turk tries to avoid the hypochondriac Harvey Corman Richard Kind while Elliot steers her underachieving colleague Doug on a new career path.

Corman — who has decided to sue Turk, over allegations that the surgery Turk performed on him ruined his tennis serve — and asks Jordan for help.

Elliot pretends to be a male doctor to avoid issues with a sexist patient who happens to be one of the hospital's board members. Carla and Jordan, despite the warnings of Turk, teach Elliot to use her sexuality to her advantage, which causes catastrophe.

The episode guest stars John Bennett Perry as Gregory Marks, Matthew Perry as Murray Marks and Masi Oka as Franklyn.

When he challenges the rest of the staff to do so, they all reminisce about their fondest memories in the medical field.

Meanwhile, Elliot is forced to face her fear of children when she is left in charge of a ten-year-old boy, whose father is being treated in the I.

Kelso gets a dose of Christmas spirit and stuns the staff with his change of heart. When Elliot begins to emerge as the better doctor, J.

Turk tries to make money from his diabetes until he discovers he must amputate a patient's foot due to diabetes and begins to take it more seriously.

Elsewhere, the Janitor feels rejected by his secret crush Elliot when she runs off quickly from their "coffee date.

A man involved in a bar fight teaches Turk and J. Elliot and Carla find their friendship beginning to break down when they can't stick to their social plans.

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