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Ukraine really loves Zach Braff.
Though Scrubs is long gone, Braff recently discovered that his character from the show is apparently still giving medical advice. An ad from Ukraine shows Braff in his scrubs, and a fan enlightened him as to what the ad’s really for: erectile dysfunction.
We love you here, in Russia. Even if your penis doesn't work anymore (the add is for curing male distinction).— Lenachka (@ellekene) September 13, 2017
Having problems with your boner and your computer? Braff can help there, too.
It's Ukraine) and I had this on my house few months ago pic.twitter.com/lqoKjAJbqL— GΔNICHKΔ (@gania_ianivna) September 11, 2017
And Zac Efron.
And Westworld‘s Ben Barnes.
And the Scrubs love apparently doesn’t stop at Braff.
Yes, we do love Scrubs here pic.twitter.com/7iTj96L0Pf— ND (@DeruNat) September 13, 2017
I think we’ve found Braff’s next project.
Audra Schroeder is the Daily Dot’s senior entertainment writer, and she focuses on streaming, comedy, and music. Her work has previously appeared in the Austin Chronicle, the Dallas Observer, NPR, ESPN, Bitch, and the Village Voice. She is based in Austin, Texas.