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While they waded in the waves, they could look into the distance and see a lightning storm adding beautiful touches of light to the horizon. was as a guy with an empty 12-pack of beer on his head. At a talk at his alma mater in 2009, Lawrence said that the relationship between J. Then once 'Scrubs' started, I spent the next two years trying to get someone interested in making it.Originally, Faison was just going to stop there, but then Braff said Faison should mention they were skinny dipping, as well. He told Fresh Air that his worst nightmare in the world as a young 23-year-old would have been to end up in the emergency room with J. An early episode of "The Daily Show" featured Jon Stewart interviewing a young Braff just as "Scrubs" was starting to get traction. During the "Garden State" press tour, Braff was interviewed by Uncut and was asked how long it took him to figure out the movie. Lawrence also said that Miller had "the world's cherriest gig" for an actress because she could wake up next to him, say she felt like working Thursday, and then Lawrence and the writers would write her into the script for that day. Lawrence said that he'd take elements of their marriage and put them into the writing, presumably for the relationship between Jordan and Dr. He jokingly added that it was the one time a week he could tell his wife what to do and she'd have to listen. During the IGN interview, Chalke also mentioned that later that night, ,000 was on the table for whoever got a "Scrubs" tattoo. Also in that NPR interview, Lawrence talked about what it was like having his wife, Christa Miller, play a main character on the show.D.'s imagination," Lawrence said during NPR's Fresh Air interview.
Chalke said she kept her swimsuit on, but Braff claimed that he and Faison were swimming naked together, "just like J. and Turk would."In 2004, Bill Lawrence and Braff appeared on NPR's Fresh Air to talk about their still relatively new show at the time, along with the upcoming release of Braff's "Garden State." Lawrence talked about how the show was based in reality, partly because his best friend from the College of William & Mary -- where he went for undergrad -- was a future med school student named J. When Stewart asked what sorts of plot developments were coming up, Braff claimed that the writers told him nothing and he didn't find out what would happen until the day he'd show up to set."If the show ended after one year, he was just going to be a figment of J. ending up together, Turk ending his relationship with Carla and then Elliot and J. Braff said it actually had to do with how the beginning of his "Scrubs" job worked out.