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Mon, 13 Aug 2007

Scrubs: My Musical / Original Cast
Scrubs: My Musical Hmmmm... here's a challenge. How should I review this, the album of the soundtrack of the episode of the show Scrubs? (There's a Monty Python joke in there. But not a very good one, so don't worry if it slipped right by you.) See, here's the thing. I've never been a big fan of Scrubs, although I don't know why. And I love musicals, so I should have sought out their musical episode long before this, especially when I found out that the creators of Avenue Q are the talent behind it. Once More, With Feeling is probably my favorite hour in the Jossverse, so having the cast of another show break into song should be just my thing. And yet...

So here I sit, considering the album of the episode. And the first thought that arrives is the one that most of the reviewers on iTunes point out: who's gonna be stupid enough to pay ten dollars for the audio of an episode they can have for two? Which, you have to admit, is a pretty good question. And it did get me to buy the episode, if only to show my contempt for Hollywood Records' attempt to get another eight. Huh. And now I've paid for something I could have seen for free. Maybe they're not the stupid ones here.

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