J.D. and Turk are making a comeback people, but in a very different way to when we last heard of the best friends. They've only gone and started a 'Scrubs' podcast called 'Fake Doctors, Real Friends'.

Zach Braff and Donald Faison - AKA John Dorian and Christopher Turk - have decided to return to the TV show that made us all laugh, cry, and watch on repeat during the early 2000's, 'Scrubs'. Starting back in 2001, the series ran for a total of nine seasons (the less said about the final season with Dve Franco, the better).

Along the same lines as 'Office Ladies' by Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey, where the pair go through each 'The Office US' episode and give insight to fans on what happened during filming, Zach and Donald will also be giving 'Scrubs' episodes the same treatment. Starting off with the show's pilot episode, each week on the 'Scrubs' podcast the BFFs will be delving into each episode of the series, sharing stories from the set, and remembering their favourite moments.

The pair also plan on having special guests join them on the podcast, so here's hoping we hear the return of Sarah Chalke who played Elliot Reid, Ken Jenkins as Bob Kelso, John C. McGinley as Perry Cox, and of course the janitor, played by Neil Flynn. On that - wasn't the janitor supposed to be a make-believe character that only J.D. saw? This is the type of news we need to hear from the horse's mouth.

In true 'Scrbus' fashion, the description of the podcast is as follows: "You know what's long, tedious, and boring? Surgery. You know what isn't? This new podcast!"

If you're searching for the podcast on whichever podcast platform you use, just search for 'Fake Doctors, Real Friends with Zach and Donald' and the first episode should be available to stream right away.