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Scrub In For Season Four
The new season of SCRUBS premieres tonight (Tuesday, August 31) at 9:25 PM ET and will be re-broadcast on September 4 at 8:30 PM ET.
The premiere episode is described as follows:
“My Old Friend’s New Friend”
Elliot feels left out of the group after her break-up with J.D. It’s J.D.’s (Zach Braff) last week as a resident as he tries to smooth over his relationship with Elliot (Sarah Chalke) after their break-up. The former couple squabble over having to share time with newlyweds Turk (Donald Faison) and Carla (Judy Reyes), who have their own issues when Carla starts to change everything about her new hubby.
Professional yet quirky new psychiatrist Dr. Molly Clock (guest star Heather Graham) starts her first day at Sacred Heart turning heads and forging new relationships with the staff. She befriends a lonely Elliot and tries her best to help J.D. and Dr. Cox (John C. McGinley) with a patient offering profound and helpful insight.
Meanwhile, when Turk’s car blows up, Carla lets him pick out the new ride only to find that instead of a car, he buys a Vespa scooter further proving Carla’s point that she needs to always be in control.
NBC has also released details about the second episode of the season, which is set to air September 7.
“My Office”
J.D. and Elliot compete for the chief resident position which lends to more tension in their relationship.
Just when J.D. (Zach Braff) thinks he’s landed the chief resident position, Dr. Molly Clock (guest star Heather Graham) convinces Elliot (Sarah Chalke) that she should apply as well. Carla (Judy Reeves) becomes green with envy as everyone starts listening to Dr. Clock’s advice, leaving Carla feeling like she’s losing control. Meanwhile, Dr. Cox (John C. McGinley) and Turk (Donald Faison), find great difficulty in the removal of a light bulb from a patient’s posterior.