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The One Where There Shouldn't Be A Friends Reunion

I was twelve years old when Friends went off the air. Back then, I didn’t really watch Friends because I understood the humor or the experiences, but because the show was so present in the pop culture landscape that not watching it seemed like a crime against humanity. 727 more words


Good News Fridays: Friends Reunion On Jimmy Kimmel

This week, Jimmy Kimmel got to do a small Friends reunion with Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, and Lisa Kudrow.  So the show built a re-created set of the kitchen from Friends and Jimmy Kimmel provided fan scripts.   75 more words


Jimmy Kimmel stages Friends reunion

Friends is one of the greatest sitcoms of all time, it is an iconic piece of 90s TV that will sure be remembered for a very long time to come. 144 more words


Friends Reunion !!! They Are Here For Us ... #Kinda

It is very likely that we will never see a Friends reunion … like ever, never, NEVER! – I am just saying that in hopes of jinxing myself… 31 more words


Jimmy Kimmels FRIENDS Fan Fiction Reunion

When Jennifer Aniston appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! the last thing i’m sure she expected was to find herself back in the kitchen made famous in 90’s sitcom Friends acting out a scene with her former co-stars. 207 more words


The One With The Reunion (and the Marriage):

Last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow reunited and spent some time with their alter egos. Kimmel’s attempt at Ross, Rachel, Monica and Phoebe got together in Rachel and Monica’s kitchen, and filled the Friends shape hole in our hearts. 127 more words

Jimmy Kimmel reunites the Friends cast on his show!

It’ll be 20 years this September since our beloved show Friends first aired on television!

Appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Jennifer Aniston – who played Rachel Green in the famous series – joined host Jimmy to act out a scene of “fan fiction” that he had written especially for Jennifer, with a few hidden surprises for the audience. 190 more words