It's always fun to do something that you love. It's even better to do that thing with a good friend.
That is what made John Dorian and Christopher Turk the best set of doctors to ever grace a television screen. The pair, made famous by actors Zach Braff and Donald Faison on the show "Scrubs," nearly was inseparable after meeting during medical school at the College of William and Mary.
They would go on to get jobs at the fictitious hospital Sacred Heart, which allowed them to work together on most days and have a ton of fun while doing so.
It didn't matter if JD was being berated by the always entertaining Doctor Cox, played by John C. McGinley, or if Turk was upset about having to listen to Erasure's "A Little Respect" in the operating room; they were always there for one another.
It is hard not to envision "JD" and Turk when looking at the fantasy duo that currently is patrolling the blue line for the Phoenix Coyotes. They aren't paired together often during 5-on-5 situations, but they play on the power play together and form one of the most productive tandems in the League.