I remember the first time I saw Scrubs – it was the summer of 2001 and I was but a young lad, interning at a studio on the FOX lot. We got to see all the shows that were going to air on TV that fall, you know, true classics that would live forever like Thieves (with John Stamos!) and Emeril (with Emeril!), oh, and a new single-camera doctor comedy starring some guy named Zach Braff. I loved Scrubs from that very first viewing of the pilot and have been a regular watcher ever since.
Scrubs is now entering its new syndication cycle which means that you need to find out exactly where in your area the show is airing five days a week. To aid you in that endeavor there's a handy-dandy website. You can figure out exactly where in your DMA (designated market area) Scrubs is airing simply visiting the Watch Scrubs website. Or, as the PR people put it:
You can now catch Scrubs 5 times a week. Scrubs is an Emmy & Peabody Award winner. Series star Zach Braff has received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series and three Golden Globe nominations for his portrayal of J.D. Tune into Scrubs every weeknight. Visit Watch Scrubs for your local tune in time!
There, now that you've visited the website, Blogcritics would like to invite you to Scrub in & win, in our Scrub in & Win Giveaway! We're looking for five (5) runner-up winners who will each receive a prize pack with a Scrubs hat, t-shirt, pen, and clipboard. And, if you're paying attention you know that if we're looking for runners-up, we're also going to be looking for a Grand Prize Winner. That lucky soul is going to receive a $100 Visa Cash Card.
Don't think that's Scrubs related? Well then, you're not paying attention. This is a show about doctors healing people and, as they'd probably tell you if they were here, "cash can cure anything!"
Okay, the rules (these plus the ones on the contest entry page:
- Fill out the entry form.
- Entries must be received by September 29, 2009.
- The winners will be drawn on or after September 30, 2009.
- The winners will be notified by e-mail and in the comments section below.
- You must be a U.S. resident to enter and over the age of 18.