This lockdown sucks, doesn’t it? I’ve watched everything on Netflix. That’s not even hyperbole. I’ve watched the first season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills four times now.
Which is why the world needs now – more than ever – a Scrubs reunion. (I mean, we probably could have done with it ten years ago, when the show finished airing, but that wouldn’t have flowed with this article, would it?)
Speaking on his Scrubs-based podcast, Fake Doctors, Real Friends (which I have also listened to three times – FUCK YOU, LOCKDOWN), Zach Braff said he’d like to take a leaf out of Psych’s book.
Don’t worry – I haven’t ever seen that show. Lockdown hasn’t gotten that bad.
“We talk about that [a reunion], because I point to Psych, who’s now made two successful films. It would be fun,” Braff said. “I think it would be fun for us to all do something like that.”
“We just have to get Disney to be into it and Bill Lawrence to be into it. I think it will happen; the fans seem to really want it to happen,” said the star who played J.D. in the medical comedy.
I’m sure that’ll be easy. It’s not as if I’ve been penning screenplays and sending them to Disney every day of every week of every month for the past seven years, only for them to reply with a sympathetic novelty Donald Duck keyring. How many keys do you think I have, Walt?!
Zach’s co-star, Sarah Chalke also seemed on board for a Scrubs movie, as she told Digital Spy; “Most of my 20s was on that show. It was one of those magical situations where everything kind of came together. It’s so rare where you love the part, and the show, and the people, and we had a blast making it.”
Maybe, if this film does go into production, we’ll finally learn if Elmo is a seal, or not…