Natalie Zea tied the knot with Scrubs actor Travis Schuldt on Wednesday, Us Weekly reports. Read More... http://www.tvguide.com/News/Natalie-Zea-Marries-Travis-Schuldt-1084618.aspx?rss=breakingnews
Well, we can file this under “things I thought I would never see but am surprisingly happy about.” Heck, it may sound insane initially, but remember, so did the microwave. A lot of the best things society has ever gotten has been thought of as weird at one point. But seriously, there is a Scrubs the Musical happening. Yes, a musical theater show based on that hospital comedy, Scrubs. How much you want to bet there are some AWESOME bromance themed songs? Read More... http://www.tvovermind.com/tv-news/scrubs-musical-happening-229626
Show of the Week: Star Trek the Next Generation Somewhere between William Shatner as Captain Kirk and Chris Pine as Captain Kirk, we ended up with a classically trained British actor named Sir Patrick Stewart playing one Captain Jean-Luc Picard. Star Trek: The Next Generation was not without its detractors at first, (and the first two seasons are admittedly terrible), but in the decades since its original run, it's become one of the most beloved tent-poles of a major science fiction franchise. With a chillier, more distinctly philosophical aesthetic than its predecessor, ST:TNG's seven seasons are a hardcore TV binge-er's dream -- and let's face it, the inclusion of Jonathan Frakes' Commander Riker makes the experience easy on the eyes -- but the casual viewer should probably take our advice and start with season three. Check it out » Bromances Star Trek: The Next Generation S2E3: Elementary, Dear Data STTNG also got us thinking about that very special brand of male bonding: bromances. One of the most lovable bromances on that show was the one between Data and Geordi, exemplified quite well in the season two episode "Elementary, My Dear Data" . Data as Sherlock? Well, that's just logical! Sherlock S2E3: The Great Game Speaking of Sherlock and Watson, that classic bromance has been updated in a fantastic British series called, simply, Sherlock , with Sherlock played as a slightly Asperger-esque sleuth by Benedict Cumberbatch. His partner in crime (solving), Watson, is played by the always-amusing Martin Freeman, and their unique relationship is on full display in the episode "The Great Game." Seinfeld S9E1: The Butter Shave Moving on to a slightly less serious--though no less mysterious--bromance, we've got Jerry and George in Seinfeld . While their bromance could also seem, at times, to be more of a "frenemy" situation, it's hard to deny they were pretty much joined at the hip, particularly in the ninth season episode "The Butter Shave," when they both decide to "take a vacation from themselves" by growing mustaches together. Space Ghost Coast to Coast S2E3: Girlie Show In more animated relationships, we have the talk show host Space Ghost, and his musical sidekick, Zorak, on the animated series Space Ghost Coast to Coast . Space Ghost and Zorak come very, very close to admitting their love for each other in this episode, although ultimately, there's more love tossed at guest Fran Dresher than there is at each other. Scrubs S6E6: My Musical The hospital comedy Scrubs simply couldn't exist without the long-standing friendship between central characters J.D. and Turk. Their bromance was so intense, they had to sing about in a song entitled "Guy Love" in the musical episode called, appropriately, "My Musical." To quote, "It's guy love/between two guys!" Wiflred S2E2: Letting Go We're not entirely sure if the friendship between a guy and an imaginary man in a dog suit qualifies as "bromance" or simply "insanity," but really, isn't that the dilemma at the heart of the dark comedy Wilfred ? And that friendship was put to its ultimately test in the season two episode "Letting Go," in which they contemplate going their separate ways. (Spoiler alert: The show is till on the air. You can guess what decision they came to.) New Girl S2E18: TinFinity While New Girl may be centered on a girl, namely, Zooey Deschanel's Jess, the real fun is found in the friendships between her male roommates, particularly the one between Schmidt and Nick, friends since college. Schmidt finds their bromance so important, in fact, that he celebrates its 10-year-anniversary with a party in the episode "TinFinity." But things don't go too smoothly when a famous football player enters the picture... Friends S1E12: The One With the Dozen Lasagnas. Which brings us to one of the most beloved bromances in modern sitcom history, the undying love between Joey and Chandler on Friends . They were the perfect yin and yang: Joey had the lady swagger Chandler was lacking, and Chandler had the smarts lovable-but-dumb Joey would never attain. Just watch them problem-solve replacing a broken table while eating lasagna in the episode "The One With the Dozen Lasagnas" : that's love, friends. Tell us what you think of our picks, SideReelers! Did your favorite bromances make the cut? Let us know in the comments!
Ex- Scrubs stars Zach Braff and Robert Maschio are headed to Cougar Town for a bottle glass of vino, TVLine reports. Their roles are being kept under wraps, but Braff and Maschio's appearances are part of a much larger Sacred Heart reunion. The duo will appear in the same episode as Sarah Chalke — who will recur as Bobby's girlfriend this coming season — and... http://www.tvguide.com/News/Cougar-Town-Scrubs-Reunion-1039056.aspx?rss=breakingnews
Donald Faison is engaged to CaCee Cobb . The Scrubs star slyly tweeted a lyric from Beyonce's "Single Ladies" on Friday, writing, "If you like it then you better put a ring on it." Cobb, Jessica Simpson 's BFF and former assistant, replied , "If she likes it then she better say YES!" Simpson joined in on ... http://www.tvguide.com/News/Faison-Cobb-Engaged-1036538.aspx?rss=breakingnews
It's always fun to talk to Bill Lawrence because you never know where the conversation is going to go. When I spoke to him earlier this week, the conversation ranged from ratings to his wife Christa Miller appearing on the Howard Stern show to 'Hanna Montana.' But the best parts are the tidbits about his show, 'Cougar Town.' For instance, Lawrence told me that Sam Lloyd will appear in the show's Hawaii-based second-season finale, as his 'Scrubs' character, hapless lawyer Ted Buckland, a move that had been rumored a few months ago. He'll be there to help Travis through some tough times. Read More... http://www.tvsquad.com/2011/04/16/bill-lawrence-cougar-town-interview/
Alright so many of you probably already know that TOWN is heading over to Hawaii during May sweeps this season. What you may not know is that the tipsy Cul-de-sac crew will be running into a familiar face when they get there..well familiar to anyone who’s seen Scrubs anyway. TVLine.com reports that actor Sam Lloyd is close to finalizing a deal to reprise his role as Sacred Heart’s long-suffering and dim-witted attorney Ted Buckland in C-Town’s season finale. Read More... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/daemonstv/~3/EyviA8MDO0M/
Speaking to E! Online, Lawrence confirmed the appearance but refused to say which 'Scrubs' star would be taking on the guest role. He said: "I promise you either Sarah Chalke, Zach Braff, John C. McGinley, Donald Faison or Judy Reyes will be on the show this year." Source: RTE
EXCLUSIVE: I hear Sarah Chalke is in talks to co-star in the CBS comedy Mad Love, which is close to a 13-episode midseason order at the network. She would replace Minka Kelly who was originally cast in the role. The project would reunite the Scrubs alumna with former Scrubs writer-producer Matt Tarses who created Mad Love and is executive producing it with Jamie Tarses. Mad Love is an ensemble comedy about four friends in New York - Henry (Jason Biggs), Kate (Chalke), Larry (Tyler Labine) and Connie - who are looking for love. Connie was played in the pilot by Lizzy Caplan as a guest star and that role is now being recast as Caplan couldn't commit to the series. This is the second round of recastings on Mad Love, which replaced Dan Fogler with Labine and Ashley Austin Morris with Caplan just before the pilot was shot. Chalke's character Kate is described as a pretty, clean-scrubbed Midwestern who is a sweet but strong-willed romantic. She falls in love with Henry at the top of the Empire State Building and often tackles her cousin and best friend, Connie, to the ground in order to get her way. Mad Love, produced by Sony TV and CBS Studios, is expected to be joined by the 20th TV-produced midseason drama Chaos, whose pickup deal at CBS is said to be nearing completion. Shalke was in demand and did two pilots this year, ABC's Freshmen and CBS' Team Spitz, which also was produced by Sony. Original @ Deadline
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