if scrubs does continue after Zack would you watch it based on the interns webisodes?

so far after watching them myself i only ever start to enjoy them when a regular charactor shows up to add something, without J.D, Elliot,Turk, Dr Cox, Carla or the janitor it just doesnt seem worth while and the newer cast just doesnt really fit the slot.

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Jan 26, 2009 1:34AM EST

I haven't even watched the webisodes, but I don't even want to, as I really would rather just see the show come to a conclusion with its original cast. It's like...imagine Friends continuing on with different 'friends' or Sex and the City with different women. Why would we watch that?Scrubs continuing on without Braff and crew would be like...Saved By the Bell: The New Class (and I don't mean that in any way complimentary).

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Jan 26, 2009 4:18PM EST

well it really depends i have watched the webisodes but if they did continue if zach left i would give the first episode a chance but i do think it will never live up to the original series with the original cast plus i think it may only last a series if they go ahead with it.

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Jan 29, 2009 7:07AM EST

I think the new show won't be that bad even without the original cast. I mean, the writers will probably remain and Bill L. will for sure. After all, it's them who write the hillarious jokes ect. Here is a quotation from Lawrence's interview "Wouldn't you prefer that it end with you and Zach?My original preference was that when I left it would end. But one of the things we've really been talking about around here is, A, that's all about my ego and who gives a s--t, and, B, apparently there's something going on with the economy right now. There are 122 people who work here and there are essentially only six live-action comedies on TV. One of the main reasons that I'm going to embrace this decision either way is that there's no work out there. If we can keep this show going another year then all those people get to have jobs. It's a bleak time. The only way I'd object is if someone came up with a real crappy, half-assed idea to keep the show going. Like, "We'll call it Scrubs, but instead of Zach Braff, it'll be Hillary Duff, because everybody likes her!" I would say, "Don't f---ing do that man; it's bad." But there are six writers that all worked here over seven years, each with their own take on how to go forward. And all of the angles I've heard are more like Frasier was to Cheers than AfterMASH was to M*A*S*H."Anyway, I believe they know what they're doing.

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