Zach Braff's Birthday Weekend With Scrubs Co-Star Donald Faison Is Just What the Doctor Ordered

It’s sun, surf and sexy swimsuits as the close friends celebrate in Cabo

By Mike Vulpo Apr 09, 2016 9:24 PMTags

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This is one birthday party that Zach Braff may never forget.

Just days after turning 41, the Scrubs star traveled down to The Cape Hotel in Cabo San Lucas for some quality time with his famous co-star. Ladies and gentlemen, let's just say the bromance between J.D. and Turk is still alive and well.

"Birthday weekend with the wind beneath my wings begins at the amazing @TheCapeHotel @ThompsonHotels," Zach wrote on Instagram while being carried by Donald Faison. "Contemplating 41 in my birthday towel. #Cabo #Blessed."

While specific details remain on the down-low, Instagram has given fans more than a few clues into this sun-filled trip. For example, Donald appears to be wearing his heart on his sleeves.

"When I think about you I touch myself..." he joked on social media while showing off his towel filled with faces of Zach. "When your best amigo turns 41, you best get turnt!!"


Before you think this is only a guys' trip, we're here to set the record straight. Donald's wife CaCee Cobb is also on the trip and she's having a little fun of her own.

Whether sipping margaritas by the pool or grabbing her friend Nicole Chavez's butt in honor of her birthday, CaCee is enjoying herself during a rare getaway. 

"Round 2 @thecapehotel ! Happy Birthday @zachbraff. I love your face," she shared on social media before her husband embraced Zach. "Ummm...yea #birthdaysareforlovers #toomuchtequila #thecape @thecapehotel."


Scrubs was a popular comedy that aired from 2001 to 2010 on NBC and later ABC. The series followed the lives of several employees at the fictional Sacred Heart teaching hospital.

When asked about the show's longevity, Zach gave credit to the die-hard fans for making the job so rewarding and fun.

"I have no idea. But I'm so glad they did," he told Time. "I mean, we always joke that no matter where they put the show—whether it's Saturday morning after cartoons or after Carson Daly on weeknights—no matter where they put it, the same audience followed us."

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