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Tuesdays This Fall: An Early TV Preview

Our toes may be burrowed in the sand at the beach, but our minds might be drifting to this fall's TV line-up. Hmmm... what will rise up the ratings charts, and what will be canceled before Christmas?

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Vintage TV Goes Digital

Two new channels may be arriving to your TV set.

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Why I Dislike 'Rye': Not be-Holden to Salinger's 'Catcher'

'Catcher in the Rye' is a great novel, but it’s not good. When you're more Ferris Bueller than Holden Caulfield, it's hard to relate to his alienation -- no matter how much teachers want you to.

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Memo to 'Scrubs': Spin Off Ted and Gooch

Scrubs is back with some of the same characters and all the old plot lines. So why did they leave out the greatest sad sack in the history of television and his ukulele playing girlfriend?

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Scrubs: The Complete Sixth Season

Despite an unnecessary return to J.D. and Elliott's relationship, Season Six still holds plenty of the Scrubs we look forward to.

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Scrubs - The Complete Fifth Season

Without a doubt, the show's writers saw the rich vein of laughs they could mine from what quickly became staples of the show.

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Scrubs: My Musical

While I can appreciate Scrubs' adventurous spirit, this catastrophe can only be described as an indulgent, sloppy waste of time.

Daynah Burnett
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Scrubs: The Complete First Season

Scrubs is, at its worst, a competent sitcom, and at its best, a shortlist candidate for best scripted program of the post-Seinfeld era.

Dan Devine
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Scrubs

While J.D. is running from pages and hiding in closets, Turk 'is learning by doing,' cutting, poking, and defibrillating with gusto.

F.L. Carr
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