Even though it’s been 10 years since the last episode of Scrubs aired on March 17, 2010, true fans like me still love JD, Turk, Carla, and the rest of the Sacred Heart gang very much.
Look At The “Scrubs” Cast Back Then And Now.
So, to mark the 10th anniversary of the show, we’re going to look at the cast then and now. Get ready for a wave of heartbreaking nostalgia, and Barbie, please don’t cry.
Zach Braff (J.D.)
Our favourite baby-faced actor Zach Braff looks almost exactly the same as he did 10 years ago, but sadly, he no longer sings “Guy Love” to Turk or gets yelled at by Dr. Cox. We do know, though, that Zach and Donald Faison (Turk) still hang out every so often, which gives us all the feels. He is also seeing Florence Pugh, who plays Midsommar in the movie.
Donald Faison (Turk)
We’ve never seen Turk with facial hair, but that cute basketball head would be easy to spot anywhere. Donald Faison now plays Alex Evans on Emergence and is the voice of Killer in Star Wars: Detours. He also married a woman who wasn’t Carla.
John C. McGinley (Dr. Cox)
John C. McGinley’s speeches aren’t as harsh as they used to be, but we still love him. He’s been in WordGirl and Ground Floor, and even though he’s grey now, he still looks like the same Dr. Cox we always loved.
Judy Reyes (Carla)
Okay, is anyone surprised that Carla looks freaking amazing 10 years after the end of Scrubs? I’m not, but Judy Reyes is a really beautiful person. Her Instagram page says that she is a “actor, producer, mother, and lover.” It goes without saying that she is a busy woman.
Sarah Chalke (Elliot)
Sarah Chalke (Elliot Reid) gave up her hospital uniforms for little black dresses (LBDs). The blonde actress is still in front of the camera, and she has also tried voice acting on shows like American Dad! and Rick and Morty.
Neil Flynn (the Janitor)
Neil Flynn (the Janitor) hasn’t gotten any pennies out of the door or played a joke on J.D. in a long time, but at age 60, he’s still acting in popular shows like Bob’s Burgers and The Middle.
Michael Mosley (Drew)
Michael Mosley has changed a lot since he was an intern, but he still has that goofy smile. He played Mason Young on Ozark and recently had a recurring role on Criminal Minds. We’ve always known that boy could be good.
Oh man, the feeling of longing is too real. Even though Scrubs has been over for ten years, we still love it. Always Sacred Heart!
Kerry Bishé (Lucy)
Kerry Bishé may not have liked working at the hospital, but it looks like acting has been a good fit for her. The actress, who now has red hair, has gotten parts in the TV shows Narcos and How It Ends.