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Any more Scrubs scoop?

Question: Any more Scrubs scoop? Answer: Bill Lawrence is promising a slight shift in tone for the show's final season. "We're reverting back to some of the earlier seasons in that the really broad and goofy stuff will happen only in fantasy," he says. "I think it's really important that people give a s--t emotionally about the characters, so they go back to being really grounded. The first couple years had a lot more dramatic elements, and we're doing that a lot more." Also, look for J.D. to finally grow the hell up. "Zach Braff has essentially been playing a man-child the past seven years, a little boy that's never growing up. He has to grow up and become an adult. By the third or fourth episode, his character will be a lot different — mostly to gear up for the end of the year."

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Question: Any more Scrubs scoop?

Answer: Bill Lawrence is promising a slight shift in tone for the show's final season. "We're reverting back to some of the earlier seasons in that the really broad and goofy stuff will happen only in fantasy," he says. "I think it's really important that people give a s--t emotionally about the characters, so they go back to being really grounded. The first couple years had a lot more dramatic elements, and we're doing that a lot more." Also, look for J.D. to finally grow the hell up. "Zach Braff has essentially been playing a man-child the past seven years, a little boy that's never growing up. He has to grow up and become an adult. By the third or fourth episode, his character will be a lot different mostly to gear up for the end of the year."

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