A Sneak Peek at 'Scrubs' Season Finale
A Sneak Peek at 'Scrubs' Season Finale
Yes, today's that day; J.D. will be having his last moments at Sacred Heart Hospital soon.  Fans of Scrubs should ready themselves for whatever tickles and tears that the series will bring, as ABC airs the show's season 8 finale.

Tonight, the beloved hospital dramedy will wrap up with Dr. John Dorian (Zach Braff) heading to a new life.  We've all seen what he's gone through over the years, and now let's see him try to leave all that behind.  Below are several sneak previews of the hour-long finale of Scrubs.

The first clip shows Elliot (Sarah Chalke) and J.D., waking up in bed.  Both are in his apartment, and Dr. Reid has just proven that she can get even crazier.  She tells J.D. what to do, from rinsing down mouthwash with water to keeping his hands off the picture of her brother.  It's obvious that two are getting ready for a new dimension in their relationship, but will we get to see more of that after this season ends?

On the second clip, J.D. receives his goodbye from Turk, but they believe it's too early for that.  They decide to make up for it with their classic brotherly hug.  Girls, you don't know what you're missing.

Third comes a conversation between J.D. and the Janitor regarding the famous director M. Night Shyamalan (it's Muh-nite Shyamalan).  We might still not know the Janitor's real name, but it looks like he's prepping up for his favorite victim's big day.  He does admit that getting married has been taking too much of his time, which means he isn't ready.  Is this a ruse for J.D. not to suspect any pranks from him?

For the fourth sneak peek, J.D. confronts his "hero," Dr. Cox (John C. McGinley) before he leaves.  He's made a compilation of all of Cox's rants and bound them into a book, which I'm sure we all covet.

The last clip, admittedly a very bittersweet one, is exactly something you'd expect from Scrubs.  J.D. wanders the halls of Sacred Heart, as memories and faces flood his mind.  There's the array of guest stars we reported earlier, with quirky messages for the departing doctor to heed.

Familiar faces abound on tonight's finale, from J.D.'s brother Dan (Tom Cavanagh) to Jimmy the overly touchy orderly (Taran Killam).

Though it's painful - yet exciting - to say it, catch the season 8 finale of Scrubs tonight at 7pm on ABC.

-Maria Gonzalez, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: ABC
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