My Musical

"My Musical" is a musical episode from the American comedy-drama television series Scrubs. It follows the story of Patti Miller, played by guest star Stephanie D'Abruzzo of Avenue Q fame, a woman who mysteriously starts hearing everyone's speech as singing.

The episode was written by Debra Fordham, who also wrote most of the lyrics. The episode's music was composed by Fordham, Scrubs' resident composer Jan Stevens, The Worthless Peons' Paul Perry, Tony Award-winning Broadway orchestrator Doug Besterman, and the Avenue Q writing team of Jeff Marx and Robert Lopez. The episode was directed by Will Mackenzie.

"My Musical" is the 123rd episode of the show, and was originally aired as episode 6 of season 6 on January 18, 2007. TV Guide named it one of the 100 greatest TV episodes of all time in 2009. The episode received five Emmy Award nominations, winning one of them.

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... Many described initial misgivings that the musical concept would make the episode seem gimmicky, but these fears were, for the most part, put to rest by the fact that the episode was "logically ... compared the episode to Buffy the Vampire Slayer‘s musical episode, "Once More, with Feeling." This comparison was also made by Bill Lawrence, who ... At the 59th Primetime Emmy Awards, the episode "My Musical" was nominated for five awards in four categories ...

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