Starting on December 29, fans of NBC's comedy Scrubs
(Thursdays, 9-9:30 p.m. ET) can get ready to ring in 2007 with a sneak peek of the program's highly anticipated musical episode for broadcast on January 18.
"Everything Comes Down to Poo," performed by Golden Globe nominee Zach Braff
, Donald Faison
and guest star Stephanie D'Abruzzo, is available exclusively on YouTube and is the second preview to hit the Internet. "Guy Love" performed by Braff and Faison, a song that outlines the unique relationship between their characters, is also available on YouTube and for download on iTunes through February.
Life is but a song for the cast of "Scrubs" when they star in their own musical episode featuring songs written by the Tony Award-winning composers of "Avenue Q," Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx. The episode showcases original "Avenue Q" cast member D'Abruzzo as a patient who checks into Sacred Heart complaining of hearing incessant music -- and the hospital is soon turned into a stage.
The inventive "Scrubs," which continues in its sixth season, also pays homage to the medical drama series "House" with a special episode on January 4.