By Margaret Lyons
Updated December 20, 2019 at 02:56 AM EST

So it looks like my bittersweet dream of Scrubs ending won’t be coming true after all: according to the Hollywood Reporter, Zach Braff and Sarah Chalke have both signed on for six “transition” episodes. Harrumph.

I feel weird begging one of my favorite shows to stop — I can sort of hear its ghost voice wailing “you said you looooooved meeeee” as I run away. Sigh. But as we’ve talked about before, I’m all scrubbed out (and it sounds like a lot of you are, too, especially after that emotional finale). What’s especially irksome is this quote: “It is still not clear if Scrubs would continue as a single-camera comedy or would switch to a multi-camera format or a hybrid single/multi setup.” Oh, like Scrubs parodied in “My Life in Four Cameras”?

A multicamera version of Scrubs without J.D., Dr. Cox, Elliot, Turk, Janitor, or Carla hardly feels like Scrubs at all. This is giving me the grouchies. What about you, PopWatchers? Would you want a Scrubs 2.0?