'Scrubs' and 'Arrested Development' NPR's Scott Simon talks with New York Times critic Elvis Mitchell about the quirky television sitcoms Scrubs and Arrested Development. Mitchell talks about what makes their brand of comedy so refreshing.
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'Scrubs' and 'Arrested Development'

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'Scrubs' and 'Arrested Development'

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NPR's Scott Simon talks with New York Times critic Elvis Mitchell about the quirky television sitcoms Scrubs and Arrested Development. Mitchell talks about what makes their brand of comedy so refreshing.