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Get a sneak peek at the shows Monty Python-inspired finale

Shaun Harrison
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Hear ye, fair Scrubs fans: Tonight, the show's finale airs with an episode inspired by Monty Python and The Princess Bride. In it, Dr. Cox tells his son a bedtime story that recasts the Sacred Heart crew as denizens of a faraway land.
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Zach Braff (J.D.), who also directed the episode, plays the village idiot. "We're wearing period clothes and farm animals are walking around - it's a lot," he says. "It's the most ambitious episode we've ever done."
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When not busy directing, Braff (with Aloma Wright) sang En Vogue's "My Lovin' (You're Never Gonna Get It)."
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"It's the first time I've had eyeshadow and eyeliner on, which has begged different questions when we've gone out to dinner at night," says fair knight John C. McGinley.
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"On Day 1, you're like, 'Woo-hoo! I get to be a princess!'" says Sarah Chalke (Elliot). "By Day 3, it's 'I have to set my alarm for 3:45 am again.' The hours are nuts."
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"I'm the dark lord, named Oslek - 'Kelso' backwards," explains Ken Jenkins. "I have the biggest cape in the world."
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"It's like having two beds tied to your feet," says Neil Flynn (Janitor, with creator Bill Lawrence) of his giant costume. Lawrence added, "Once a year we try to take on something that makes us work three or four times as hard."