“Please tweet Bill Lawrence, @VDOOZER, that you think it’s a great idea because he’s on the fence about it.”
Zach Braff has accomplished so much in Hollywood over the course of his two-and-half-decade-long career, from starring in big-budget films like Oz the Great and Powerful and Chicken Little, to writing and directing the indie classic Garden State. But, of course, he is probably best known for his role as the lovable J.D. on Scrubs. Braff recently stopped by the BuzzFeed offices in celebration of Scrubs making its Comedy Central debut and in between playing the game Operation, he answered your most burning questions.
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First things first: How good do you think you’ll be at Operation?
Zach Braff: I haven’t played Operation since I was a child, but I do feel like as an adult I’ll be able to nail this. I also, as you know, played a doctor on television for many years and have done some very light procedures on friends and acquaintances, so I think I should be able to do some basic operation.
ZB: Not a very good actor. Phoning it in. Handsome, of course. Sexually attractive to people of all types — but I think he would say that I taught him everything he knows.