I know we haven't really posted about Scrubs since I wrote one recap back in October 2007 and then I got behind on them (with Scrubs recaps never to return), but for those that are unaware, the show airs its last episode of the season (and possibly ever) tonight on ABC at 8/7c.
At only 26 years of age, Aziz Ansari has already accomplished quite a lot in the world of comedy. He's won accolades for his stand-up comedy, including the Jury Award for "Best Standup" at the 2006 U.S. Comedy Arts Festival.
The North American* Genius Monkey Comedy Award is given to a comedian -- sketch, stand-up, and/or improv -- who is on their way up. It's not necessarily given to the absolute funniest comedian working today, as it's not an award for someone who is incredibly well-known to the general public.
Three sitcoms from the same comedy block; two medical dramas quite different from each other; a couple hour-long comedies looking at opposite ends of the social spectrum; some mysterious people with super powers; a critically-acclaimed but ratings-starved drama; and of course, a serial killer who's actually kind of endearing.
Scrubs is back for its seventh and final season. This is a bittersweet time for me, because I'm glad the show was picked up for one last season by NBC, but I know this is the end. Of course, lots of people say the show has fallen in quality over the last couple seasons, and seven seasons seems like a good number for a TV show to go out on without getting too stale.