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Scrubs the Musical: “Guy Love” Video

December 7, 2006 by  

I can’t….I simply can’t. The genius of Scrubs is often hard to put into words, but this music video for “Guy Love” from the upcoming Scrubs musical (which will air in just a few weeks) is just amazing.

The passion in which JD and Turk express their heterosexual (I think) love for each other made me cry. My co-workers are looking at me a bit strange, but I don’t care. You can’t deny True Guy Love!!!

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More on “Scrubs: The Muscial” after the jump.’s Michael Ausiello spoke earlier this summer with Scrubs creator, Bill Lawrence, about this unique episode, and here’s what Bill had to say:

Ausiello: How’d this come about?
Bill Lawrence: We always wanted to do a musical on the show, because you see how we use music and dance and stuff already. We’re a bunch of musical-theater nerds, and we all loved not only Team America: World Police and South Park, but especially what those guys did with Avenue Q, which was kind of a traditional Broadway musical that was really funny and edgy. We can obviously help with lyrics, but we needed somebody not only to write, like, incredibly well-produced, musical-quality numbers, but also [to make them] funny. And if you saw Avenue Q, their songs will fit in with us.

Ausiello: How does the cast feel about this?
Lawrence: The only one who’s mad is Sarah Chalke, because aside from Sarah and my wife, Christa, everybody on the show can sing and dance, and have all done musicals in the past and stuff. Zach Braff is obviously a theater nerd. The surprising ones are that John C. McGinley and Neil Flynn can carry a tune. They’re both good at this stuff, too. And Ken Jenkins [I actually saw] on Broadway when I was a kid.

Ausiello: Let’s go back to Sarah. Why is she mad?
Lawrence: We told her she’s not allowed to sing, and she’s annoying us every day and saying we could do something funny in which she could sing badly and that would be the joke. I’m like, “Sarah, we’ll see.” I don’t think she’s going to be opening her mouth much.

Ausiello: You’re not going to let her sing?
Lawrence: We’ll find a way for her to do it. I can’t leave her on the sidelines; she’s too much of a gamer.

Ausiello: What can you tell me about the plot?
Lawrence: We found an actual medical case of a woman who had an aneurism and [started] seeing everything as a musical. In her head, anytime someone spoke to her, they were singing.

Source: TV Guide

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4 Responses to “Scrubs the Musical: “Guy Love” Video”

  1. Post-it Thief on December 7th, 2006 11:46 pm

    You know, I’d seen this before, but it still makes me laugh quite a bit. I don’t really watch Scrubs, but I will be there for the musical!
    (PS: This is off-topic, but did you ever pick a winner for that VM contest a while back?)

  2. amelia krasinski on December 8th, 2006 9:37 am

    thanks for posting that video!! scrubs is my second favorite show and to think it comes right after the office every week! thanks again for posting that video. it makes me laugh so much

  3. Scrubs “My Musical” Sneak Peek » Give Me My Remote on January 18th, 2007 7:52 am

    […] UPDATE: I first reviewed tonight’s musical episode of Scrubs in early January, but I thought I would post it again today to remind you all to check it out…it’s hysterical!! Genius. Yes, it’s an overused word that no longer holds the same heavy meaning it once did, but I’m going to use that word all the same to describe the upcoming Scrubs: “My Musical”. I had been anticipating seeing this episode since first hearing about it this summer. But even after seeing the first two clips (watch: “Guy Love” and “Everything Comes Down to Poo”), I still wasn’t sure what to expect. To be honest, I was afraid that a musical episode might be awkward and cringeworthy, but in turn we got a hilarious half hour of television – maybe on of the best Scrubs has ever produced (and that’s saying a lot for this incredible show). […]

  4. YO on April 21st, 2007 12:59 pm

    That is the funniest fucking thing i have ever seen! I LOVE IT!!!