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July 12, 2005
Rerun: Comedy Central has acquired the rerun rights to the NBC medical comedy "Scrubs," which will begin showing there in the fall of 2006. Premiere: Going to where the potential audience is, Lions Gate Films has decided to hold the West Coast premiere for "The Devil's Rejects," a horror film written and directed by Rob Zombie, in San Diego on Saturday night at Comic-Con, the annual convention for comic book and anime fans. It opens to the public July 22.
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May 11, 2008 | Jon Caramanica, Special to The Times
Dear ABC, So if the rumors are true -- and when are they not true? -- you'll be doing charity work come fall, taking in the homeless sitcom "Scrubs," which has been rather unceremoniously untethered from its home of seven seasons, NBC. All the trades say the show is back at work, in anticipation of a full-season pickup.
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ENTERTAINMENT
May 11, 2008 | Jon Caramanica, Special to The Times
Dear ABC, So if the rumors are true -- and when are they not true? -- you'll be doing charity work come fall, taking in the homeless sitcom "Scrubs," which has been rather unceremoniously untethered from its home of seven seasons, NBC. All the trades say the show is back at work, in anticipation of a full-season pickup.
HEALTH
December 18, 2006 | Marc Siegel, Special to The Times
"Scrubs," NBC, Dec. 7 Episode: "My Best Friend's Baby's Baby and My Baby's Baby." The premise: Nurse Carla Espinosa (Judy Reyes) goes into labor. When she reaches the hospital, her cervix is 3 centimeters dilated. She is told to push. Then the obstetrician discovers that the fetus has a prolapsed umbilical cord and orders an emergency cesarean section. The baby is born with the cord wrapped around her neck (a nuchal cord) and is whisked away to intensive care but is soon pronounced fine.
HEALTH
December 18, 2006 | Marc Siegel, Special to The Times
"Scrubs," NBC, Dec. 7 Episode: "My Best Friend's Baby's Baby and My Baby's Baby." The premise: Nurse Carla Espinosa (Judy Reyes) goes into labor. When she reaches the hospital, her cervix is 3 centimeters dilated. She is told to push. Then the obstetrician discovers that the fetus has a prolapsed umbilical cord and orders an emergency cesarean section. The baby is born with the cord wrapped around her neck (a nuchal cord) and is whisked away to intensive care but is soon pronounced fine.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 15, 2005 | Lynn Smith, Times Staff Writer
After watching their show shuffled around for four years, then dropped from the fall schedule announced in May, the cast and crew of NBC's "Scrubs" can feel good about their work, said the comedy series' creator, Bill Lawrence. The show about medical residents, starring Zach Braff, received four Emmy nominations Thursday: for best comedy series, actor, casting and multi-camera picture editing in a comedy series. "Scrubs" developed a loyal fan base and sales of its DVD went well, Lawrence said.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 15, 2005 | Lynn Smith, Times Staff Writer
After watching their show shuffled around for four years, then dropped from the fall schedule announced in May, the cast and crew of NBC's "Scrubs" can feel good about their work, said the comedy series' creator, Bill Lawrence. The show about medical residents, starring Zach Braff, received four Emmy nominations Thursday: for best comedy series, actor, casting and multi-camera picture editing in a comedy series. "Scrubs" developed a loyal fan base and sales of its DVD went well, Lawrence said.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 12, 2005
Rerun: Comedy Central has acquired the rerun rights to the NBC medical comedy "Scrubs," which will begin showing there in the fall of 2006. Premiere: Going to where the potential audience is, Lions Gate Films has decided to hold the West Coast premiere for "The Devil's Rejects," a horror film written and directed by Rob Zombie, in San Diego on Saturday night at Comic-Con, the annual convention for comic book and anime fans. It opens to the public July 22.
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