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The Untold Truth Of Scrubs

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It’s always exciting to learn beloved shows exist in the same universe, whether it’s canon or merely teased. While some stories share mythology, like “Battlestar Galactica” and “Caprica” or “The X-Files” and “Millennium,” it’s also fun when a favorite character pops up in another story, as when Ghostbuster Raymond Stantz (Dan Aykroyd) shows up in “Casper” or in the curious case of detective John Munch (Richard Belzer), who appears in “Homicide: Life on the Street,” “Law & Order,” “The X-Files,” “Arrested Development,” “The Wire,” “American Dad,” “Luther,” and even “Sesame Street.”

Some links imply just enough to let fans’ imaginations run wild, like the Breaking Dead fan theory that pins “The Walking Dead” apocalypse on Walter White’s blue meth from “Breaking Bad,” or when Walter Bishop of “Fringe” wore the 3-D glasses he got from his friend Dr. Jacoby, a reference to “Twin Peaks.” As it turns out, “Scrubs” and “The Office” have a similar connection, leaving fans with more than enough evidence to speculate they exist in the same world. Although it’s never explicitly stated that the two shows share a universe, Pam and Jim learn that they’re going to be parents in Season 5 of “The Office” (“Company Picnic”) while in a medical facility that looks a lot like Sacred Heart. That’s because both shows were filmed at the now-demolished North Hollywood Medical Center. As Redditor u/Sirsilentbob423 mused, “Who knows, maybe they passed by Turk and JD on the way in doing their rendition of world’s most giant doctor. Maybe Jim had a passing moment with Doctor Jan Itor. The possibilities are endless!”

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