Scrubs: The Complete Seventh Season
The complete seventh season of the Sacred Heart gang has arrived. The two-disc, eight episode Scrubs DVD set features season favorites such as "My #1 Doctor" when Janitor nabs a hottie girlfriend, and the much buzzed about finale, "My Princess," where the cast ends up in a magical fairytale land. Special features include commentary on all episodes from writers, producers and actors (including Zach Braff), a behind-the-scenes look at the "My Princess" episode, a one-on-one interview with Ken Jenkins (aka Bob Kelso), alternate lines, deleted scenes and, of course, a beloved blooper reel.
More on the DVD extras and an exclusive peek of the bloopers after the jump!
Adrian Pasdar from Profit and Kristen Bell from Veronica Mars
We have plans to start a new feature on the blog which will focus on hidden gems, under-rated shows available on DVD. You won't see The Sopranos, Buffy or Lost mentioned, in fact, if it's mentioned around the office water-cooler then it has no place on this list. These are the shows that you love, but few others have heard of. While I have some shows in mind, I'd like you guys, our valued, opinionated readers, to suggest some titles for us to consider putting on this very exclusive list.
What suggestions do you have for our "Hidden Gems" list?
Dinosaur hunting's cool and fun, especially if you're a dino geek like Andrew-Lee Potts, star of the sci-fi series Primeval. The British show, which wrapped its second season last weekend on BBC America, follows a group of scientists investigating the presence of temporal anomalies (laymen's terms: rips in time). There's more to it than that, of course. Those vortexes allow prehistoric and futuristic creatures to enter the present, which Connor Temple (Potts) and the gang must fight off. The Brit, who shot behind-the-scenes footage for the Volume One DVD, in stores now, chatted with TVGuide.com about his dorky counterpart, the show's similarity to Jurassic Park, what it's like dating a pop star, and what's next in season three, premiering next year.
TVGuide.com: The show's developed a cult following here on BBC America, but I would say most people still don't know much about it. How would you describe it to American audiences?
Andrew-Lee Potts: Oh, god! I don't know. I suppose the easiest thing I can compare it to is ...