Culture/TV

Zach Braff finds out he’s being used to sell Ukrainian boner pills

September 14, 2017

He was surprised, to say the least.

Gone but not forgotten, the voiceover-obssessed medical comedy Scrubs aired its last episode in 2010, but that doesn’t mean the Zach Braff-starring sitcom isn’t still having a lasting impact all over the world. In some places more than others, apparently, as evidenced by this JD-featuring billboard advertising pills that “reinstate masculine strength,” discovered by Braff himself on Twitter:

https://twitter.com/zachbraff/status/907838268741480448

In case you aren’t familiar with polite medical euphemisms: “masculine strength” means it’s an ad for impotence pills.

Strangely, Zach Braff’s face appears on a number of Ukrainian ads, across all sorts of sorts of services:

What is it about Zach Braff’s face that engenders such positive feelings in Eastern Europe? One thing’s for sure, it’s not just Braff’s likeness that’s being illegally lifted:

https://twitter.com/Muser_NK/status/907390847611756549

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