Geeez!!! You mean I gotta change my PVR again?!?!?

’30 Rock,’ ‘Scrubs’ Swap Timeslots
It seems almost fitting that as its time on NBC winds down, “Scrubs” would have to deal with one more time-slot change.
The long-running comedy, whose NBC finale is coming in a few weeks, will move to 8:30 p.m. Thursdays starting this week. It’s switching places with “30 Rock,” which will move to the 9:30 p.m. spot following “The Office.”
The switch gives “30 Rock” a stronger lead-in. Since its return on April 10, “The Office” has averaged about 9.5 million viewers and a 4.8 rating among adults 18-49, compared to 6.9 million and 2.8 for “My Name Is Earl,” which previously served as “30 Rock’s” lead-in.
Over the past couple of weeks, “Scrubs” has averaged just under 7 million viewers, compared to 6.1 million for “30 Rock.” Its adults 18-49 and adults 18-34 ratings have also been significantly higher, thanks in part to airing after “The Office.”
“Scrubs” has bounced around the NBC schedule throughout its seven-season run, undergoing more than 15 timeslot changes in that time. It may go through one more significant change once its time on NBC ends — there’s a good chance the Disney-produced show could end up on Disney-owned ABC next year.