Brief spoilers for the return of "Scrubs" coming up just as soon as I find my wedding ring (and don't forget; if you want to talk about "Better Off Ted," you can do that in the review post down below)...
While I'm glad to have a new episode after that long hiatus, "Scrubs" unfortunately came back with what felt like its flattest episode of the season. And with only one episode airing at a time now, it's not like I could just flip on the next one in hope of a better "Scrubs" experience.
"My Nah Nah Nah" featured all the regulars (though Elliot didn't seem to pop up until two-thirds of the way in), and yet I found myself wishing for the recurring characters who weren't there, like Ted and Denise/Jo. While the writers have at times been able to come up with new things to say, comedy and drama-wise, about the core cast even at this late date, it's obviously getting harder and harder. Other than Janitor's sweet moment where he invited Lady to let her freak flag fly, I felt like I'd seen most of these beats from everyone too often before to find them funny, or poignant.
Still, it's always nice to see Tim DeKay (as the dad of the paralyzed kid), and now that "Scrubs" is on a Disney-owned network, they can finally do unabashed corporate synergy with "SportsCenter" (and with two of the more likable/less annoying "SportsCenter" hosts), so there's that.
What did everybody else think?