'Scrubs' Star Making Return to Small Screen

Sarah Chalke discusses her new show, "How to Live With Your Parents (for the Rest of Your Life)."
2:34 | 04/03/13

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to george. Star of the new comedy "how to live with your parents for the rest of your life." Here's a tiny sneak peek. So I need to go out thursday, this thursday. Going someplace fun? Cha, cha, cha. So, work. It's a work-related party dressed up like it's fun but in reality -- could be fun. Cha, cha, cha. No, no fun, not even one -- it's about a hard reality moving back in with your parents, but looks like you're having so much fun there. It was the most ridiculously fun group. Claudia who created the show, i play her and she comes from stand-up like her parents co-own the improv so she hired a bunch of stand-up comedian, brad garrett, joe wenger, john dore so hanging out on set with that many stand-up comedians is ridiculous. Good time too. I feel like, you know, like the whole show, the other day about a whole group of people moving back in with their parents, it's timely and relatable. I don't think there's any traditional family consolation anymore. It's changing. No and people will get a lot out of it and a lot of laughs, as well. We only have a short period of time but want to ask you about the special episode of "grey's anatomy" about this kawasaki disease. I have to say, elizabeth perkins is my mom and it's a dream come true to work with her. I've been obsessed with her and feel so lucky. The episode of "grey's." My son had it two years ago so it was really important to us to try to raise awareness because it often goes undiagnosed. Often experience with it and the danger is that you can have permanent heart damage and it can lead to a heart attack. In little babies. Yeah, yeah, and unfortunately you only have a ten-day window to get the treatment. You only have ten days and our son was misdiagnosed repeatedly and we actually there's way website called the kdfoundation.Org, that's the website where we had -- he looks beautiful right now. Yeah, we set up the website. They list the simms. We just kept going back to it like, yeah, he's got that and he's got that and kind of encouraged us to fight to see a specialist and on day ten we saw this dr. Bill mason, my hero who thank god he's okay. A lot will be helped about that show. Sarah chalke, thanks so much. "How to live with your parents for the rest of your life" tonight at 9:30, 8:30 central.

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