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Originally posted 04/06/2015 08:45PM
Scrubs stars and bromance icons Zach Braff and Donald Faison have pledged to make pizza available at gay weddings in Indiana, even if they have to prepare it themselves.
Originally posted 04/01/2015 07:00AM
Mad Men is ending, and while the show's opening credits are inseparable from RJD2's haunting theme, there was a time when that beat was known only as "A Beautiful Mine," by RJD2 and rapper Aceyalone.
Matthew Weiner originally wanted a Beck song to play as the show's opening theme, but the singer turned down every offer from the show's producers. Weiner was driving and listening to NPR one day when he heard "A Beautiful Mine" played as segue music between two stories and was immediately struck by it, though the version that ultimately was used was so different from the original that RJD2 didn't recognize it when he first heard it. He's probably okay with it now, though.
Originally posted 01/28/2015 03:05PM
Sirens returned for a second season on Tuesday, and star Michael Mosley sure hopes you watched!
In an exclusive interview with PEOPLE, Mosley, 36, confided that he was worried he had "the stink" on him following leading roles on such short-lived series as Kidnapped, Kings, Pan Am, Last Resort and the Scrubs pseudo-spinoff.
The series, loosely based on the British series of the same name, follows a group of Chicago EMTs. Adapted by Denis Leary and screenwriter Bob Fisher, Sirens is the workplace comedy you might not be watching but absolutely should be. The comedy is as accessible as it is smart, and, as Bustle points out, it even passes the Bechdel test – ladies need not worry that the typically male setting leaves them out.
Originally posted 08/24/2014 01:15PM
Zach Braff says he had a blast making his debut on the Great White Way in Bullets Over Broadway, but as the show comes to an end this weekend, he admits that all that dancing and singing night after night has worn him out.
Originally posted 01/20/2014 02:05PM
Who knew they were pals?
Originally posted 06/26/2013 01:00PM
Talk about passion!
Actress Natalie Zea and her longtime boyfriend Travis Schuldt are engaged.
After 10 years together, the couple – who met when they costarred on the soap opera Passions – are making it official after a proposal in Kauai, Hawaii.
"He wanted to make sure he gave the car a thorough test drive before he bought it," Zea, 38, tells PEOPLE.
Originally posted 01/08/2010 04:15PM
It's a boy for Sarah Chalke!
The Scrubs star and fiancé Jamie Afifi, an entertainment lawyer, welcomed son Charlie Rhodes Afifi on Christmas Eve, her rep confirms to PEOPLE exclusively.
The baby boy is the first child for the actress, 33, and Afifi, 36, who were engaged in Dec. 2006. The couple announced the pregnancy in August.
Charlie will have some company in the Scrubs nursery – Chalke's costar Judy Reyes welcomed daughter Leila Rey in November.
Reporting by JULIE JORDAN
Originally posted 08/14/2009 03:55PM
Scrubs star Sarah Chalke and her fiancé, Jamie Afifi, are expecting their first child, her rep confirms to PEOPLE.
The couple, who got engaged in December 2006, will welcome the baby this winter.
Afifi, an entertainment lawyer, proposed to Chalke during a Hawaiian vacation.
"The best is just knowing that 100 percent somebody always has your back and you always have theirs," Chalke told PEOPLE earlier this year about being engaged. "You have a partner, you have a buddy."
Originally posted 08/10/2009 06:00PM
Scrubs star Judy Reyes is breezing into her third trimester, telling PEOPLE's Celebrity Baby Blog she is feeling "wonderful" and enjoying a complication-free pregnancy.
"I had a little morning sickness in the first trimester but other than that I'm enjoying it," she says.
Sporting a pair of Pea in the Pod’s Secret Fit Belly pants at the launch party for Nicole Richie's new maternity line 'Nicole,' Reyes went on to reveal that her maternal instincts are looking sharp as well! Baby-on-the-way is a girl, which Judy said she suspected all along.
"My twin sister and my younger sister have boys, and they had strong hopes to have boys because we're a family of all girls," she said. "My nieces, who are 20 and 22, are girls. Everyone was praying for boys and I just had a feeling that it was a girl, and it is!"
Originally posted 12/01/2008 07:15PM
Scrubs gets a new network and a sexy new chief of medicine – Courteney Cox Arquette – and PEOPLE has the first-look photo.
The long-running NBC comedy is now on ABC, with the Friend-turned-MD appearing in the season-eight premiere on Jan. 6 as Dr. Maddox in the first of three episodes. – Mike Fleeman
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