Saturday, July 4, 2015

Stop everything: Chandler and Monica are getting back together (kind of)

Chandler and Monica will reunite on television for the first time since the end of Friends on NBC.

Stop everything: Chandler and Monica are getting back together (kind of)

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Chandler and Monica will reunite on television for the first time since the end of Friends on NBC. Courtney Cox is slated to guest star in an episode of Matthew Perry's sitcom, Go On. Cox's character will be set up with Perry's Ryan. We shouldn't be entirely surprised, though, because Go On's executive producer, Scott Silveri, worked on Friends from 1996 through the culmination of the series. Also, it's hardly the first time some of the Friends have gotten together since the show wrapped.

This marks the latest Friends reunion for Cox, who has also guest starred on Lisa Kudrow's Showtime adaptation Web Therapy (David Schwimmer has appeared as well). Kudrow, meanwhile, also appeared on an episode of Cougar Town during the comedy's run on ABC, as did Jennifer Aniston, the latter of whom also guest starred on Cox's FX comedy, Dirt. (Schwimmer, meanwhile, directed two episodes of Friends spinoff Joey, starring Matt LeBlanc.) [Hollywood Reporter]

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