Zach Braff Just Reprised the Role of J.D. in the Best Way Possible
This is truly the best script we’ve read since Dr. Acula! Zach Braff made pretty much every Scrubs fans’ dream a reality when he reprised the role of Dr. John Dorian on social media yesterday! And while we’re desperately aching for some sort of Scrubs reboot or Sacred Heart reunion, this is pretty much the next best thing.
A community of writers, artists, and web developers worked together to create a bot/program that used a predictive keyboard to write an episode of Scrubs. Before you ask yourself, “Is this really the best use of the country’s most brilliant scientists and creative minds?” we suggest you read the final product — and then watch Zach deliver the closing monologue. Because we have a feeling you’ll be biting your tongue… See for yourself:
We never thought a one-minute speech about how all patients have demetia, and the most amazing man dying would be so freakin’ funny… Yet, here we are! While we literally can’t enough of this little reprisal, there’s truly only one thing that would make this thing even better: If Neil Flynn, John C. McGinley, Sarah Chalke, and Judy Reyes join in on the fun! If they need anyone to play “patient” or even poor “Dr. Tapioca,” please call me, Bill Lawrence! I’m ready for my close-up!
Hello. We trained predictive keyboards on 'Scrubs' scripts and wrote the exact average episode of 'Scrubs'https://t.co/ap5dmin2l6 pic.twitter.com/4TGy9B439e
— Botnik Studios (@botnikstudios) October 19, 2017
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