I don't know about you, but I was pretty shocked when I saw the Scrubs "series finale". It was bad. Really really bad. Which made me sad, because I used to love Scrubs and have kept watching even though the last couple of seasons have been totally sucky.
So, this article in which Bill Lawrence explains the network's involvement in ruining a great show (which has also earned a LOT of money) makes a pretty interesting read.
It's kinda scary how much power certain execs have over the shows we love. And even scarier to think you could have created one of the biggest earning sitcoms of the decade, and still get no respect from your bosses.
Let's hope the next 18 episodes really do hearken back to earlier days, when Scrubs was good.