Scrubs, the long running and loved medical sitcom that ran for nine years from 2001-2010, tells the story of the employees at Sacred Heart Hospital.

Kerry Bishe, who played Lucy Bennett in the show’s final season, sat down with uInterview founder Erik Meers to discuss her favorite moment on Srubs.


“I remember it like one of the flashbacks in the show because you have those dream imaginary sequence pops, so I really remember my whole time on that show like a series of crazy, imaginary, insane thing that we staged,” the actress revealed.

“I saw some pictures the other day of me in World War II clothes and I was like, ‘What is that?’ It was one of the fantasy sequences from Scrubs,” she recalled. “You get to do all kinds of genres. We did this crazy send-up of a Danielle Steele style romance thing. I was a ’70s roller skating girl and I’m pretty sure Zach [Braff] dressed up as a hypodermic needle on roller skates and it’s just completely surreal. I sort of remember it as a dream, but at the same time, it was a bootcampt for comedy. Those guys are extremely professional, hilarious people. John C. McGinley is my hero.”

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