Fans of the show may remember the steak night song and dance. It's the greatest meat, after all and deserves pomp and circumstance. Recently, fans got to see the stars of the show eat it right in real life.
Turns out Sarah Chalke, Donald Faison and Zach Braff met up for their own steak night and shared the pictures. Unsurprisingly, it put Scrubs fans into a nostalgia-fueled tizzy. Elliot, Turk and J.D. are still friends!
Zach Braff and Donald Faison have made a bit of a career out of giving us nostalgia pangs for the show. It's amazing to see how the cast has kept in touch over the years. Here they are posing with Christa Miller.
Here we have the cynic with a heart of gold, Dr. Cox. It's great to see him with his colleagues. However, if we're being honest, it's a bit weird seeing him smiling and not calling J.D. one of hundreds of female names.
Part of what made Scrubs so great is how they had awesome characters up and down the cast. Glad to see even they're reuniting. Here we see Ted, Kelso, The Todd and the show's hair stylist Lorna Reid meeting up once again.
But of course, there is no reunion that makes us happier than seeing Zach Braff and Donald Faison together again. And again and again and again. Is it even considered a reunion if they hang out all the time?
Find someone who loves you the way these two love each other. Faison actually has several children, and I feel kind of bad for them. It must be strange growing up knowing your dad will never love you as much as he loves his vanilla bear.
Braff and Faison even reunited with Scrubs creator Bill Lawrence recently. The two popped up on an episode of Lawrence's show Undateable. Sadly, Undateable was cancelled, possibly because it didn't have nearly enough J.D. and Turk.
Chalke also reunited with another old cast-mate recently. She and Sara Gilbert together bring back fond memories of Becky and Darlene from Roseanne. They say they are ready for a reunion on that show as well. Although, let's be honest, Sarah Chalke will always be the weird, replacement Becky to us.