Along with Seinfeld, NBC’s Friends is another 90s sitcom that’s destined to go down in history as one of the classics. The show raked in a now-unthinkable 52 million viewers for its 2004 series finale, and since that time fans have been clamoring for some kind of reunion—most notably in the form of a Friends movie. I’m a massive fan of Friends, but I think a Friends movie is a horrible idea. Which is why I was delighted to see that on a recent episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live, host Jimmy Kimmel staged a mini Friends reunion of his own with the female half of the cast: Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, and Lisa Kudrow. The video is a fun watch, especially since Kimmel recreated Monica and Chandler’s kitchen to a T, and fans of the series will certainly be happy to see the aforementioned actresses reprising their roles—albeit with a Kimmel-esque twist.
Hit the jump to watch the Friends reunion video from Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Friends Reunion Video Jimmy Kimmel
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