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Some Things Change, but the Turk Dance Always Remains the Same

By Dustin Rowles | Industry | November 30, 2009 |

By Dustin Rowles | Industry | November 30, 2009 |

As most of you already know (and surely do, if you’re a regular reader), one of our favorite sitcoms, “Scrubs,” will be returning this winter. It’s set, however, to have a great many changes to the format, most notably the fact that it’s going to be set in a teaching hospital. And while some of the regulars will be back, in many cases in limited roles (Zack Braff and Sarah Chalke, in particular) and some won’t return at all (Judy Reyes), Turk, Dr. Cox, and even Dr. Kelso will be returning as instructors at the new school (Braff’s JD will also be an instructor, though he has an episode count).

Below, Donald Faison has created a video outlining the changes and introducing several of the new characters on the show, notably Dave Franco (brother of James), who shares the same voice and facial expressions as his older sibling (eerily so, in fact). The other major introduction is of a new character played by Kerry Bishe, who is a first-year student at the school and the new voice of the show (which also means that J.D. won’t be doing the narration any longer. Small victories, folks).

Check it out, and — as per Pajiba mandate — below it, the Turk Dance.

(Via TVSquad)

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