Get the latest from TODAY
It's a "Scrubs" reunion!
The trio met up recently and both Braff and Chalke posted pictures on social media of the happy gathering.
"Scrubs," a medical comedy series that followed workers at the Sacred Heart teaching hospital who weren't above the occasional musical number, debuted on NBC in 2001 and ran for seven seasons before moving to ABC for two more seasons.
The show's creator Bill Lawrence had multiple "Scrubs" stars make guest appearances on his newer series "Undateable" in 2015, and the gang still hangs out together in different combinations, which gets fans quite excited.
Chalke seems to have been making the rounds on the nostalgia front recently; she also took a picture while visiting former "Roseanne" co-star Sara Gilbert's show "The Talk."
As for whether an actual "Scrubs" reunion could happen, as in a TV movie or series reboot, never say never. Shows like "Will & Grace," "Full House" and "Gilmore Girls" have seen revivals, so the doctors could decide to sign up for another tour of duty.
Last December, during a Twitter Q&A, Braff said he'd be up for the challenge:
For our part, we think the patient is ready to get up and rock 'n' roll again! Get these folks a steak dinner!
Follow Randee Dawn on Twitter.