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'Scrubs': Where are they now?

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Take a pulse check on what your favorite characters are up toBy Michaela Sinclair Special to MSN TVThrough nine seasons of "Scrubs," the actors and creators of this medical series won critical acclaim and a huge fan base for ingeniously balancing both humor and heartache with hilarious lines and realistic drama. "Scrubs" scored 17 Emmy Award nominations (including two wins), and there's no question about the amount of talent that arrived on set at Sacred Heart Hospital each day. Its guest stars even included the likes of John Ritter, Heather Locklear, Dick Van Dyke and Michael J. Fox. "Scrubs" was canceled in 2010, but its stars are keeping busy. In fact, Sarah Chalke (best known as Dr. Elliot Reid), returns to television in a featured role as a young divorced mother on "How to Live With Your Parents (for the Rest of Your Life)" opposite Brad Garrett and Elizabeth Perkins. But in the meantime, we wonder what the rest of the former "Scrubs" cast is up to. Bing: More about Sarah Chalke | 'How to Live With Your Parents'Do you miss "Scrubs"? Connect and sound off on Facebook and Twitter(ABC)
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