Yeah, NBC did a HORRIBLE job of letting viewers know Scrubs was moving. It makes the show seem unimportant to the network--but they'll need it next year after Friends and Frasier are finished up. When these shows move around, they can't build a core audience to sustain it once the quality drops off. Look at Friends--most would agree the quality of the episodes is not at the same level as a few years ago, but viewership remains high becuase people have become devoted to the characters. It's become a habit. The Muppets aren't "hot" enough yet to merit a weekly show. Super Scooter is right--the TV movies are their best option right now. They need to put out one or two killer movies to get the less hardcore fans (and the media) fired up again. In between, the commercials and TV appearances can keep them in the public eye. The last thing JHC needs right now is a rushed TV show to bomb due to poor ratings.