J.D. and Turk are back -- sort of.
Zach Braff and his Scrubs co-star Donald Faison recently reunited for a special rendition of Baby It's Cold Outside, just in time for the holiday season.
On Sunday, Braff, 36, posted a link to the video on his Facebook page, writing Happy Holidays from Donald Faison and I. We made this for you yesterday.
Braff and Faison, 37, suited up for the holiday classic, filmed at what appears to be a typical million dollar mansion overlooking downtown Los Angeles.
In the video, they also sport shades, gesture with holiday drinks and play the parts of the song made famous by the likes of Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Jordan, Margaret Whiting and Johnny Mercer, Dinah Shore and Buddy Clark and others.
This is not the first time Braff and Faison, who are friends in real life, have taken part in a musical number.
During season six of Scrubs, the pair delivered Guy Love, a song in which J.D. and Turk profess their bro love for each other, complete with harmonizing, matching bracelets and lyrics like, It's like I married my best friend / but in a totally manly way.
Titled My Musical, the episode remains one of the most popular Scrubs chapters of all time.
The medical comedy-drama, starring Braff and Turk as doctors at the fictional Sacred Heart hospital, aired for eight seasons on NBC. The ninth and final season aired on ABC in 2010 and featured an all new cast (with Braff returning for a handful of episodes).
Since the end of Scrubs, Braff has been keeping busy with theater and film projects, including the plays Trust (2010) and All New People (2011) and the film The High Cost of Living.
Braff is currently filming the Sam Raimi adaptation of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, titled Oz: the Great and Powerful. In the film, also starring James Franco, Mila Kunis and Michelle Williams, Braff will play the dual role of Frank and Finley.
Faison currently stars in the the TV Land comedy series, The Exes, which premiered in November.
Scroll down for Baby It's Cold Outside featuring Zach Braff and Scrubs co-star Donald Faison.
Warning: the lyrics to this version of the song may be offensive to some people.