By Ben Travers | Indiewire June 4, 2014 at 4:57PM
Zach Braff is trying to be taken seriously as a director and actor these days (I mean, look at "The High Cost of Living"), but he's never been above returning to his roots. Braff took his time leaving his hit NBC-then-ABC sitcom, sticking around for a few episodes after his tearful goodbye episode in 2009 to help usher in the new kids. He's also appeared on "Cougar Town," a show from "Scrubs" creator Bill Lawrence, alongside former co-star (and Lawrence's wife) Christa Miller.
Now, Braff has gotten back together with his onscreen BFF, Donald Faison. The two reunited Turk and JD for one more song (okay, there will probably be more) after a screening of the duo's new film "Wish I Was Here," which Braff wrote and directed and co-stars Faison. They put their all into "Guy Love," even blocking it properly on the stage, and the crowd at the Paramount seems to love it. Take a look below.
"Wish I Was Here" opens July 18th.