Scrubs Cast Zach Braff, Sarah Chalke and Donald Faison Reunite For Traditional ‘Steak Night’

Let’s face it, Scrubs was one of the best shows of the noughties and we can’t help but miss all the drama and funny goings-on at the Sacred Heart Hospital.

But fans of the hospital drama series were in for a treat last night when three of the main cast members reunited.

And even better, J.D, Elliot and Turk brought back ‘steak night’, one of Scrubs all-time traditions.


Sarah Chalke, who portrayed J.D’s lover Elliot, took to Twitter to share a surprise selfie of her and her former co-stars.

Posting to her 181,000 followers, the 40-year old actress wrote,

Steak night!!!

Of course, Zach’s blue shirt makes the whole moment even more nostalgic.

But Sarah wasn’t the only star to share their cute reunion.

Braff, 42, also took to social media to post a snap of the Scrubs trio.

And fans couldn’t get enough of his caption “eagle”, referring to J.D and Turk’s unforgettable bromance action.

One Scrubs-lover wrote,

Frick frick and double drink! Turk, JD and Elliot!

While another fan said,

Three actors from one of the greatest sitcoms ever made. Doesn’t get better than that.

And another super-fan just wants the show to make a comeback.

Think you can pull this lever enough to bring back Scrubs?

But one Scrubs alumni, Bill Lawrence – who is the mastermind writer behind the whole series – was feeling a bit left out after seeing the tweets.

He consequently replied to Zach’s tweet saying,

Furious I could not attend this.

The final episode of the medical comedy series aired in March 2010.

And sadly for lifelong fans of the show, there seems to be no sign of a revival anytime soon.

The cast did get together for an episode of Undateable in 2015, but since then they’ve all had their own projects going on.

Braff is currently the executive producer and director behind upcoming comedy series Alex, Inc.

The impending ABC comedy series is due for release towards the end of the year.

It centres around Alex Blumberg and his journey in the start-up industry.