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A cappella group the Blanks - (from left) Sam Lloyd, Paul Perry, George Miserlis, and Philip McNiven - have found some success with the help of the TV show “Scrubs.’’ A cappella group the Blanks - (from left) Sam Lloyd, Paul Perry, George Miserlis, and Philip McNiven - have found some success with the help of the TV show “Scrubs.’’
By Sarah Rodman
Globe Staff / February 9, 2010

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Fans of the ABC (formerly NBC) sitcom “Scrubs’’ have long been hip to “Ted’s Band.’’ The goofy a cappella quartet headed by oft-flummoxed attorney Ted Buckland (Sam Lloyd) frequently shows up to enhance the yuk quotient at Sacred Heart Hospital with a good TV theme song or commercial jingle. But it turns out that “Ted’s Band’’ is a real group ... (Full article: 548 words)

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