‘Friends’ actress Lisa Kudrow says she “can’t wait” for reunion
By Camden Mondeaux on May 27, 2020
Lisa Kudrow, the actress known for playing Phoebe Buffay in 90s sitcom “Friends,” says she can’t wait for the reunion of the six main characters to happen.
By: Cami Mondeaux
Kudrow recently sat down with “Entertainment Tonight” about the planned reunion, saying she thinks it will be really fun.
“The six of us haven’t been in a room together in front of people in 25 years and only once a few years ago, privately for dinner,” she said. “I can only imagine. It’s gonna be fun. I mean, it’ll be really fun.”
The NBC series cast announced in February they would be reuniting for a reunion episode, that’s slated to air on the new streaming service HBO Max. But the reunion plans are currently on hold because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
But apparently the idea of a “Friends” reunion isn’t new. Kudrow said the castmates — Jennifer Aniston (who plays Rachel Greene), Courteney Cox (Monica Geller), Matt LeBlanc (Joey Tribbiani), Matthew Perry (Chandler Bing) and David Schwimme (Ross Geller) started thinking about getting together when they the show’s success on Netflix.
The show’s co-creators Marta Kaufman and David Crane also agreed, Kudrow said.
“That’s why Mart and David are so great,” Kudrow said. “They knew what they were doing.”