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Will the "Scrubs" Finale Actually Air?

scrubs-trio.jpgThose of you waiting to see how "Scrubs" will end its series run -- well, get ready for some major disappointment.

The sitcom, which is in its seventh and final season, could be a victim of the current writers' strike. Reuters says that series creator Bill Lawrence declined to speed things up in anticipation of the strike. How can you blame the guy? This is his baby and its years in the making!

"I will use all my leverage to end this show properly, even if it means I have to do all the voices myself and call people up to read it over the phone," Lawrence recently said.

Only seven of the season's 18-episode order has been written, with one still remaining to be shot. Lawrence is one of the many that have refused to cross picket lines.

It's understandable, but also a big tease. How do you see the series ending?

For now, "Scrubs" is still airing original episodes every Thursday at 9:30 p.m. (EST) on NBC. -- Rachel Cericola

Photo: © 2001 NBC/Paul Drinkwater

Posted by Rachel Cericola on November 12, 2007 12:06 AM
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I love Scrubs, but this might be a blessing in disguise. Series finales are notoriously bad.

-- Posted by: mac at November 13, 2007 2:28 PM

My daughter and I were talking about this just last evening. I told her that I was willing to go on the record with a finale prediction: A triple wedding -
1- The Janitor (we find it his real name) and Lady
2 - Perry and Jordan
3 - JD and Elliot

We also learn that the baby isn't JD's and Todd and Keith have a civil union

-- Posted by: Billy-Ball at November 14, 2007 10:47 AM

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