It's been a long time since I actually cared about Scrubs. It really started to go downhill in the fifth year. The characters all degraded into ridiculous stereotypes of themselves and the fantasy sequences became became steadily more ridiculous and started going on longer and longer until, in the last season finale, one took up an entire episode.
But, now that they've switched networks, they've gotten back to their roots. The characters behave like real human beings, it's funny (surprisingly so, in fact), and they focused solely on the hospital. There were some moments that fell a little flat (the orderly whose a little too "hands on"), but it's been a real long time since the show made me laugh like that. It's nice to see that they'll be ending it on a high note, with people wanting more.