The cast of “Friends” have been asked countless times about whether or not they’d be down to get the gang back together, but to my absolute dismay, it still hasn’t happened. Then last week, Jennifer Aniston, who played Rachel on the beloved sitcom, was a guest on Graham Norton and had a revolutionary idea about reuniting Ross, Monica, Rachel, Chandler, Joey and Phoebe.
She told the host:
“At this point, I honestly think we should just wait until we are really much older and have Golden Friends. Then you wouldn’t have the comparison.”
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Only one day after learning that Manhattan will soon be welcoming a ‘Central Perk’ pop-up coffee shop to honor the anniversary of “Friends,” the show’s three leading ladies reunited and reprised their roles as Rachel, Phoebe and Monica on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.”
Jimmy confessed to Jennifer Aniston, his guest for the evening, that he was a huge “Friends” fan and even went as far as writing a piece of fan fiction, inserting himself into the plot as Ross, which he then asked to act out with Jen. Keep reading »
We’ve been waiting for someone to come up with a solid spoof of “The Bachelor,” and Michael Ian Black and Ken Marino have finally done it. Their show, “Burning Love,” features Marino as the typical clueless, self-centered bachelor, weeding through a classic assortment of hysterical lunatics and weirdos to find “true love.” Kristen Bell, Malin Ackerman and Ken Jeong — as delectable choice Ballerina — all play potential love matches, as does Jen Aniston in a surprise (big surprise!) cameo.