1. A very funny sitcom on NBC that has no laugh track (nor needs one).
2. Clothing worn by hospital staff in the workplace. It's easier to clean blood or vomit stains out of scrubs than out of a suit shirt and they're a lot cheaper to replace.
3. In sports, players who aren't talented enough to be in the starting lineup and spend most of their time on the bench.
4. According to the TLC song, somebody without a job or car or his own place, i.e. the kind of guy who T-Boz, Left Eye and Chilli were all too stuck up to consider dating or hanging out with. A scrub was a guy who couldn't get no love from them even if he was a nice guy; since he had no material possessions they wanted nothing to do with him. This was probably just as well, since if the scrub in question did have a house of his own and impressed Lisa (RIP) enough to date her, it would only be a matter of time before she set it on fire.
1. Michael J. Fox guest-starred on Scrubs last night.
2. Aw man, this patient just puked all over my scrubs!
3. People thought Darko Milicic would be a starter for the Detroit Pistons in 2003-2004, but he was just a scrub and hardly got any playing time.
4. TLC: "A scrub is a guy that can't get no love from me/And is also known as a buster/Always talkin' about what he wants/And just sits on his broke ass..."
Me: "Hey surviving TLC members! Didn't you girls have to declare bankrupty at one point? Seems to me like you're the last people who should be judging anybody for being broke!"
From an episode of South Park featuring Al Gore. In the episode Gore is depicted as a paranoid guy who believes in a non-existent monster--"Manbearpig"--that is part man, part bear, and part pig. He believes the Manbearpig is a great threat.
South Park's creators, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, don't believe in global warming and the episode "Manbearpig" is their way of saying that when Al Gore talks about the dangers of global warming he is getting all worked up over something that doesn't even exist.
"The South Park guys think that global warming is a myth just like the Manbearpig, even though there's tons of evidence that it's happening, and they make fun of Gore for worrying about it."
In an episode of South Park, John Edward the "psychic" (not to be confused with John Edwards the politician) was nominated for the Biggest Douche In The Universe award by Stan.
Near the end of the show a ship full of aliens landed on the set of John's tv show and congratulated him for being nominated before taking him on a trip to another planet for the intergalactic B.D.I.U. awards ceremony. John Edward wound up winning the title of "Biggest Douche In The Universe" despite repeated protests that he wasn't a douche. Edward beat out several other nominees, including an alien who was literally a giant living, breathing douche bag with a nozzle and everything!
"I'M NOT A DOUCHE!!!"--John Edward
Guybrush Threepwood is the protagonist of the hilarious Monkey Island series of PC adventure games published by LucasArts.
Playing the first game as Guybrush, you start out as a nobody with dreams of becoming a mighty pirate. The story of how Guybrush achieves that goal and what happens to him along the way is very funny.
I recommend that you check out the Monkey Island series if you get the chance. The graphics in the first game look a little dated since it was released almost 15 years ago, but if you can get past that you'll have a lot of fun playing.
Mancomb Seepgood: Guybrush Threepwood?! Ha ha ha!! That's the most ridiculous name I've ever heard!
In the 30th century, popplers were served for a while at the Fishy Joe restaurant chain after Captain Turanga Leela and her crew discovered tons of them lying in a hole on some unknown planet. Popplers taste delicious and look kind of like popcorn chicken. Warning: excessive consumption may prove hazardous to the continued existence of your species. (From the Futurama episode "The Problem With Popplers")
Pop a poppler in your mouth when you come come to Fishy Joe's/
What they're made of is a mystery, where they come from no-one knows/
You can pick 'em, you can lick 'em, you can chew 'em, you can stick 'em/
If you promise not to sue us you can shove one up your nose!
PLAYER #1: "Let's get a group together to kill Onyxia."
PLAYER #2: "Fuck no, I'm scared of her!" (soils self)
MMORPG based in the Star Wars universe.
One of the advertised features of S.W.G. had been that you would be able to make your character into a Jedi if you did the right things. However, the "right things" involved a LOT of hard work and a lot of time. You could become a Jedi if you put enough hours in but it was a frustrating chore and not really worth it.
After enough bitching from the players, the makers of the game changed things around....and now it's so easy to become a Jedi that there are about 50 dozen Jedi players on each SWG server. While it's definitely cool to be a Jedi, it sort of contradicts the storyline of Star Wars, which says that at the time the game takes place (between the first movie and Empire Strikes Back) there weren't a million Jedi running around.
"All of my friends in Star Wars Galaxies have started doing the quests to become Jedi."