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Scrubs says its NBC goodbyes tonight

A Scrubs fairy tale marks the final episode for the long-running NBC comedy. Although rumors are heating up that ABC has snatched up the Zach Braff medical laugh riot.

Scrubs says its goodbyes...until ABC picks it up

Tonight on TV

It’s the final few weeks for many of our favorite Thursday night shows, so you won’t want to miss a single one.
ABC takes the lead with their hugely successful line-up: “Ugly Betty,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” and “Lost.”

CBS keeps it going with “Survivor: Micronesia,” “CSI” and “Without a Trace.”

NBC has the laughs with “My Name is Earl,” the fairy tale finale of “Scrubs,” “The Office,” and the finale of “30 Rock.” That’s followed by an all-new “ER.”

It’s the last of two new episodes for both “Smallville,” and “Supernatural,” on The CW and Fox trickles in with “Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader” and “Don’t Forget the Lyrics.” 

Over on cable

Your local PBS station has a marvelous special tonight, a production of “Camelot” on “Live From Lincoln Center.”

Bravo kicks it up a notch with a new “Step It Up & Dance,” at 10 p.m., and the winner is chosen on MTV’s “Rock the Cradle.”

If you like classic cars, choppers and tattoos — TLC has a full night of new shows you’ll love, “Overhaulin’,” “American Chopper,” and “Miami Ink.”

News and notable

— AMC has renewed it’s second original series, “Breaking Bad.”

— There’s more “Flipping Out” coming to Bravo.

— “Firefly” star Morena Baccarin is set to star in a new legal drama on ABC.

— Stylist Gretta Monahan will replace Veronica Webb on “Tim Gunn’s Guide to Style.”

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