Speaking to Latina the actress said: ‘I don’t know that I’ll ever have a working situation like that again.
‘We laughed our asses off! I loved every single minute of it, we had a rocking time and I never felt like calling in sick, even when I was hung over and partied too hard - I was partying too hard because I had the best job in the world.’
She added: ‘It was just like the best group all together. We dug it and we all had really good parts, it was a true ensemble.’
On whether she’d return to television she admitted that the project would have to be of the calibre of Scrubs: ‘Something as unique as Scrubs is a tough act to follow. It’s hard to find something that good that you want to really make a commitment to.’
Since leaving Scrubs Judy has given birth to her daughter Leila Ray and starred in the drama Gun Hill Road which premieres at this year’s Sundance film festival.
You can watch Carla and the gang on Scrubs every Monday – Thursday at 8pm on Comedy Central.
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