Easter Sunday typically brings families together to celebrate over a delicious brunch and springtime weather, and that’s exactly what happened for one former television family.
Yes, the cast of Scrubs—who can definitely consider themselves a family after nine years spent filming together—reunited over the weekend to celebrate the holiday, taking a photo that sent their fans into a whirlwind of excitement.
Christa Miller took to Instagram to share the pic with Zach Braff, Donald Faison and John McGinley.
“Happy Scrubs Easter! #family,” Miller captioned the reunion photo with everyone dressed in their Sunday best, six years after the show’s end.
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The day appeared to be filled with smiles, good times, mimosas and even a bunny, as proven by Braff. He also took to Instagram to share this hilarious pic, wishing his fans a Happy Easter.
Meanwhile, the last time we saw a Scrubs reunion this great was way back in December 2014. Braff, McGinley and Faison got together for a little boys’ night out.
Scrubs was a popular comedy that aired from 2001 to 2010 on NBC and later ABC. The series followed the lives of several nurses, doctors and employees at the fictional Sacred Heart teaching hospital.
When asked about the show’s longevity, Braff couldn’t help but thank (and credit) the die-hard fan base the show apparently still has to date.
“I have no idea. But I’m so glad they did,” he told Time before the show’s end in 2009. “I mean, we always joke that no matter where they put the show—whether it’s Saturday morning after cartoons or after Carson Daly on weeknights—no matter where they put it, the same audience followed us.”
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