Scrubs Interview: Donald Faison

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TVGuide recently got to sit down with the acting genius behind Turk, Donaid Faison to discuss Scrubs' recent move and its future beyond this season.  Find out who's staying on board in this excellent excerpt from the interview. Are you playing Turk differently at all now that he's a dad?
Faison: It's the same character. He's still dancing up a storm, and he's still totally in love with J.D. Zach Braff has announced that this will be his last season. You have a bunch of new interns this season. Everyone keeps saying that this is the last season of Scrubs. But is it really?
Faison: I don't know what's going to happen. I think a lot of people might come back if we're a fit on ABC — except Zach.

Donald Faison as Turk Is there a chance that Turk might stick around?
Faison: I'm not going to say no, but I'm not in position to say yes. Would I like to continue doing Scrubs? Of course. It's a great time. It not only made all my dreams come true, but it's a pretty easy job to do after eight years. Will I? I can't say yet. Judy Reyes [who plays Faison's wife] has said she won't come back after this season, right?
Faison: Well, that's what she's quoted as saying. I don't know if she really feels that way. I don't want to speak for anybody. All I can tell you is that Zach is definitely not coming back.

Wow sounds definitely very promising that both Turk and Carla will stay on after this season.  You can read the rest of the interview at TV Guide.

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