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One day I will run a trashy tabloid. Until then, this will have to suffice.

Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Zach and Mandy out for lunch

Zach Braff said he was surprised about his nomination as best actor in a musical or comedy series for NBC's "Scrubs," especially considering that "we didn't think the show was even going to air" this season. For the first time in the series' four-year history, "Scrubs" was left off the network's fall schedule during the current season. "I didn't think people would remember me or the show, so this is a cool surprise. I feel really lucky." The fifth season of "Scrubs" is set to debut next month. The show's postponed debut may have contributed to making "Scrubs" even quirkier than usual in its upcoming season, Braff said. Considering the possibility that the series might end up being canceled, the cast and crew decided to push the envelope a bit, he added. "Everyone thought, 'If we're not going to be on the air, let's take it as far as it can go.' We're going to be more extreme in terms of being bizarre and over the top." [Backstage]


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