Fake Doctors, Real Friends: the podcast that keeps me afloat through COVID-19

I tell everyone about this podcast. And I also tell them that Donald Faison and Zach Braff are my heroes.

I was never a huge fan of Scrubs. Still, I caught the occasional episode, and I was delighted by the JD/Turk “bromance.” Their friendship and banter (scripted or improv) always made me smile. Zach and Donald were the perfect…

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Book nerd and freelance writer finding gold in ordinary places. And I always follow back.

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