Medical Shows, Scrubs and Greys Anatomy Stand Above the Rest

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There are two medical television series that stand above most others. These two shows put an emphasis on their personal, rather than professional lives. Bill Lawrence’s television series Scrubs and Shonda Rhime’s television series Greys Anatomy share the theme of competition, Greys Anatomy is better because of Shonda Rhime’s use of character, point of view, and conflict.

Scrubs main character is John Dorian or J.D played by Zach Braff. Greys Anatomy main character is Meredith Grey played by Ellen Pompeo. They both begin the series as staff interns who try to balance their personal lives with the demands of their medical training. Meredith is intelligent, hard-working, outspoken, and easily distracted. Shonda Rhime’s the creator of
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There are two medical television series that stand above most others. These two shows put an emphasis on their personal, rather than professional lives. Bill Lawrence’s television series Scrubs and Shonda Rhime’s television series Greys Anatomy share the theme of competition, Greys Anatomy is better because of Shonda Rhime’s use of character, point of view, and conflict.

Scrubs main character is John Dorian or J.D played by Zach Braff. Greys Anatomy main character is Meredith Grey played by Ellen Pompeo. They both begin the series as staff interns who try to balance their personal lives with the demands of their medical training. Meredith is intelligent, hard-working, outspoken, and easily distracted. Shonda Rhime’s the creator of Meredith Grey defined her as, “Meredith is the girl who put her hand on a bomb in a body cavity. Meredith is the girl who tried to help a serial killer kill himself, so that he could donate his organs. Meredith—and this is obvious—has a compass that has always led her to shades of grey. She does not believe in black-and-white, she does not believe in good or bad, she does what she thinks is right”. J.D. is shown to be a very skilled doctor. He is sympathetic for his patients and is determined to succeed in his medical career. J.D. has a habit of daydreaming. When he zones out he imagines scenarios and situations that were just talked about, often which were not really related to the main topic. J.D. and Meredith are both dynamic characters.

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