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Celebrity Family Feud: Scrubs stars Zach Braff and Donald Faison win $25,000 for Stop AAPI Hate

Scrubs stars and real-life friends Zach Braff and Donald Faison won $25,000 for charity on Sunday’s episode of Celebrity Family Feud on ABC. 

Zach, 46, and Donald, 46, won $25,000 for charity Stop AAPI Hate while competing on the Fake Doctors, Real Friends team, which also is the name of their podcast.

Their team included Joelle Monique, the producer of the podcast, podcast editor Danl Goodman and Bill Lawrence, the creator and executive producer of Scrubs.

For charity: Scrubs stars and real-life friends Zach Braff and Donald Faison won $25,000 for charity on Sunday’s episode of Celebrity Family Feud on ABC

They went up against his old Scrubs nemesis Neil Flynn, who played a janitor on the show, and his Beer Shark Mice improv team.

Zach started the game going face to face with Neil with the question ‘Name something specific a doctor might put in your bottom.’ Neil jumped in first with ‘your finger.’

‘Those of you that are not 40 years old you have no idea what he is talking about,’ quipped show host Steve Harvey, 64.

Neil’s team included members of his improv group and actors Pete Hulne, Paul Vaillancourt, Pat Finn, Michael Coleman, and Dave Koechner, from Anchorman movies and The Office. 

Scrubs stars: Zach, 46, and Donald, 46, won $25,000 for charity Stop AAPI Hate while competing on the Fake Doctors, Real Friends team, which also is the name of their podcast

Scrubs stars: Zach, 46, and Donald, 46, won $25,000 for charity Stop AAPI Hate while competing on the Fake Doctors, Real Friends team, which also is the name of their podcast

The host: Steve Harvey hosted the ABC show

The host: Steve Harvey hosted the ABC show

The improv group, however, was not a match for Fake Doctors, Real Friends, which won every round.

Zach poked fun at his show nemesis and asked,  ‘When is Neil’s team getting here?’

When asked to describe Abraham Lincoln using one word, Zach shouted ‘assassinated’ to secure the final round win for his team.

No match: The improv group, however, was not a match for Fake Doctors, Real Friends, which won every round

Real friends: Donald and Zach are friends in real life and have a podcast together

No match: The improv group, however, was not a match for Fake Doctors, Real Friends, which won every round

After winning 508 points, Donald and Zach broke in a celebratory dance, which Steve called ‘the worst dancing ever.’

In the Fast Money Round, Zach went first and when asked on a scale of one to 10 how smart he was, Zach gave himself 10 but the survey said he was only a 9. 

He ultimately won 141 points for this team and Donald only needed 59 points to win.

First up: In the Fast Money Round, Zach went first and when asked on a scale of one to 10 how smart he was, Zach gave himself 10 but the survey said he was only a 9

First up: In the Fast Money Round, Zach went first and when asked on a scale of one to 10 how smart he was, Zach gave himself 10 but the survey said he was only a 9

Zach told him ‘you got this.’ 

Donald ultimately secured the win for his team by choosing Los Angeles as a city where a lot of rich people live. It put his team over the edge and they won the $25,000 for charity Stop AAPI Hate.

The second half of the show included the competition between team Warburton vs. Generation Ripe.

The winners: Donald ultimately secured the win for his team by choosing Los Angeles as a city where a lot of rich people live. It put his team over the edge and they won the $25,000 for charity Stop AAPI Hate

The winners: Donald ultimately secured the win for his team by choosing Los Angeles as a city where a lot of rich people live. It put his team over the edge and they won the $25,000 for charity Stop AAPI Hate

Family affair: ABC's The Goldbergs actress Wendi McLendon-Covey brought her Generation Ripe team that included her husband Greg Covey, her sister Shelley McLendon, her podcast co-host Dfrernando Zaremba, and her friend Ponciana Badia and played for the charity Foster Nation

Family affair: ABC’s The Goldbergs actress Wendi McLendon-Covey brought her Generation Ripe team that included her husband Greg Covey, her sister Shelley McLendon, her podcast co-host Dfrernando Zaremba, and her friend Ponciana Badia and played for the charity Foster Nation

ABC’s The Goldbergs actress Wendi McLendon-Covey brought her Generation Ripe team that included her husband Greg Covey, her sister Shelley McLendon, her podcast co-host Dfernando Zaremba, and her friend Ponciana Badia and played for the charity Foster Nation, which supports Foster Youth aging out of the system and helps them transition into society.

Warburton team was composed of Patrick Warburton and his four children Talon, Lexie, Shane, and Gabriel. They were playing to raise money for St. Jude Children’s research hospital.

When Steve asked Generation Ripe’s team to name a place where a guy wants to take you on a date but you tell him it is too soon. Greg responded ‘an orgy.’

Good answer: When Steve asked Generation Ripe's team to name a place where a guy wants to take you on a date but you tell him it is too soon, Greg responded 'an orgy'

Good answer: When Steve asked Generation Ripe’s team to name a place where a guy wants to take you on a date but you tell him it is too soon, Greg responded ‘an orgy’

Wendi, 51, told her husband that was ‘an excellent answer’ even though he got no points. 

Ultimately, Generation Ripe won the game and went into the Fast Money Round. 

Wendi and Dfernando stepped up, but ultimately they fell short in trying to obtain the 200 points to win the money for their charity.

Good effort: Wendi and Dfernando Zaremba stepped up, but ultimately they fell short in trying to obtain the 200 points to win the money for their charity

Good effort: Wendi and Dfernando Zaremba stepped up, but ultimately they fell short in trying to obtain the 200 points to win the money for their charity


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