I have a little confession to make. Growing up an only child in upstate New York, I often envied the busy, full house of TV's The Waltons, an Emmy-winning, Depression-era drama that ran on CBS from 1971-1981 and spawned several reunion movies, the last airing in 1997.
ScrubsNot to sound unpatriotic or anything, but I am soooo glad the Olympics are finally over — I've been in desperate need of a little lovin' from the good docs and nurses (and janitor) of Sacred Heart. This week's double dose of new episodes had its fair share of the wacky: Elliott's rollerblade shenanigans, J.D.'s emerald stud (eww!), a clever crow named Sanchez — and yet it's the sweeter, simpler moments that earn my out-loud chortles: Turk and Carla's backhand slap, Janitor's admission that he trims a sleeping J.D.'s bangs just to mess with him and Dr. Cox's callback to last month's "Dr. Acula" bit. But perhaps my very favorite throwaway line of the night comes from the always hilarious Christa Miller Lawrence, who, in an adorable "was-that-a-bust?" giggle take, threatens to call Janitor's mom for not playing nice with Perry. "My fwiend is mean to me!" Silly, I kno