Sarah Chalke to Guest Star on Grey's Anatomy

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Sarah Chalke is scrubbing in to yet another hospital.

The actress, who helped anchor Scrubs for eight seasons and has since appeared on Cougar Town and Mad Love, will guest star on an upcoming episode of Grey's Anatomy Season 9.

Sarah Chalke as Elliot Reid

TV Line broke this casting news, though details on Chalke's role are unknown at this time. We'd have to assume she plays the Patient of the Week on the ABC drama.

The actress will lead a new sitcom on the network this spring as well: How to Live with Your Parents premieres Wednesday, April 3.

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Sookie00

I know her as Stella from HIMYM and can't wait to see her on Grey's !

Amie

LOL given that Grey's Anatomy was mentioned on Scrubs by Elliot once..

Aries93

How I have missed her on my TV.

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Yay! I'd love to see her join the show as a new doctor.

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