Zach Braff and Donald Faison sang “Guy Love” at a ‘Wish I Was Here’ screening | BuzzFeed
Lots of awesome details in there. Lawrence tells EW that they’re talking to a bunch of different theater groups right now to develop it and shopping the outline to song writers. Disney has come on as a silent partner as well.
The plot currently features all the same characters and is a mix of the pilot and “My Old Lady.” Ted’s band would be featured as a sort of Greek chorus and they have a plan for how they’d bring the fantasy sequences to life. They’re not sure right now if the music will be song-writer ‘Spring Awakening’ style or sardonic ‘Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson’ style (I’d hope for the latter).
I’m surprised this is as far along as it is and that it seems pretty realistic. I was hoping they’d include some of the songs from “My Musical” but understand how it might be hard to fit that story line into a new establishing portrayal of the story.
Looking back on one of Scrubs’ finest half-hours, with help from two of the series’ producers.
When I went on a year-long hiatus from covering Scrubs for TV Club Classic, one of the common refrains in the—less than common—pleas for coverage to continue was that the reviews had stopped before the show reached its finest episode. Although it’s possible I’ll continue on beyond the show’s third season at some point in the future, I knew “My Screw Up” is one of the most beloved Scrubs episodes, and saw it as an opportunity to do something a little bit extra.
Hopefully, this half review/half oral history—made possible with the generous participation of both Bill Lawrence and Neil Goldman—lives up to the episode in question.
Gonna go listen to “Winter” on repeat.
Hooch Drops By Zach Braff’s House | WishIWasHereMovie
Still crazy after all these years. Some of you might know this actor as Mr. Moseby.
This is from September so I’m not really sure how I missed it but. There it is. Take it with a grain of salt.
My great deal. It’s PCB-favorite ‘Scrubs’ marked down from its $150 list price … but only for the next four hours. Eagle!
Hooch really is crazy.
Kathryn Joosten on Scrubs (“My Old Lady”)
I’ve got a ton of bricks for Dr. Dorian.