Another good twofer, a montage of clips from one of the few sitcoms I can stand to watch these days, “Scrubs,” paired with a great song, “Diner” by Martin Sexton.
I actually just started watching Scrubs on a regular basis through the syndicated reruns, and the clips, thankfully, include a few moments of the always yummy Sarah Chalke.
And Sexton is singing about the now rapidly disappearing classic American diner – what they were constructed of (how often do you hear the word Bakelite used in a song), where they were made, and even gives a shout out to The Little Gem (a diner off Route 690 near Syracuse) that was known to be a bit of a dump, but I guess he visited it. Of course, the song has nothing to do with anything happening in the clips (some of which look like outtakes) but the music goes pretty well with the cast's dance moves.
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