The gang got back together again. The cast of Scrubs, including Zach Braff, Judy Reyes, Sarah Chalke, Donald Faison and John C. McGinley, reunited over the weekend at Vulture Festival. For some, it was the first time seeing each other since the show wrapped in 2010, and for others, like Faison and Braff, getting together is nothing new. Braff is the godfather to both of Faison's kids, and the Clueless veteran made sure to remind Braff just what that means in our interview above.

"If I die, and my wife dies, you get them," Faison told Braff during E! News' interview.

"They told me recently there's all sorts of things I have to do, like I have to bring them to Texas, often, apparently," Braff said.

Ken Jenkins, Judy Reyes, Donald Faison, Sarah Chalke, Zach Braff, John C. McGinley, Christa Miller, Bill Lawrence

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"Often to visit their grandparents, yes, and to New York to visit their grandparents," Faison said. Another requirement is no boarding school. From there, talk went to reboots, of course, and Chalke delivered Braff's now-infamous line: It'd be great to do a movie, like Psych did, because of everybody's busy schedules. And then McGinley started singing about money.

Told you it took a turn.

"I love seeing these people," Braff said. "I had more fun making this show than anything I've ever done...We have literally nine years of inside jokes, so we just crack each other up.

Click play on the video above to see the Scrubs cast interview.

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