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Donald Faison and Zach Braff Had an Epic Scrubs Reunion — With Jason Momoa
The former Scrubs stars showed of their musical skills and channeled the '80s in a hilarious commercial.
Your favorite Scrubs stars recently got back together for a glorious moment.
In an ad created for 2024's Super Bowl Sunday (but premiered a week before) an exciting T-Mobile commercial aired that featured former Scrubs actors and IRL pals, Zach Braff and Donald Faison, with a surprise appearance from Jason Momoa.
Donald Faison and Zach Braff's Scrubs reunion with Jason Momoa
In the clip, Braff and Faison knock on Momoa's door with a plate of wings, only to be told that the party has been cancelled due to the cable being out. Then, Braff and Faison broke out into song, showing off their sweet dance moves and convincing Momoa to switch to T-Mobile 5g home internet while singing in the tune of ''What a Feeling'' from the 1983 film Flashdance.
Then, in a twist, Momoa was totally on board as he riffed along to the song, did a backflip, and got doused with water Flashdance style.
In a recent interview with Variety, Faison, Braff, and Momoa talked about filming the advertisement.
“People are just seeing a different side of me,” Momoa said, noting that he is typically thought of as a dramatic actor. “People reach out and ask me to do some funny stuff.”
Meanwhile, Braff discussed what makes a worthwhile Super Bowl commercial. “It has to be bigger and better,” he told the outlet.
Faison and Braff also had a blast working with Momoa. “He was so fun, so high energy, in such a silly mood like we always are. I think it really shows. It’s kind of like a rock musical in a lot of ways when he jumps on board.”
On Sunday, Extended Family's Faison posted a cute behind the scenes moment of his family and Momoa. In the clip, Faison smiled with his wife, CaCee Cobb, and two of his youngest children, 9-year-old Rocco and 7-year-old Wilder. Momoa grinned and gave Rocco a hug while ''What A Feeling'' played over the clip.
Donald Faison takes two of his kids to a Boston Celtics basketball game
In the picture, Rocco held up a large Boston Celtics ring, and Wilder sat next to her mom while flashing a peace sign.
The photo was a totally meta moment, as his character on the show, Trey Taylor, is the fictional owner of the Boston Celtics.
Tune into Extended Family on Tuesdays, 8:30/7:30 on NBC. Episodes can be streamed the next day on Peacock.