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That time Friends created the Mannequin Challenge
December 1st, 2016 under Friends (cast), Mannequin Challenge. [ Comments: 3 ]


Back in 2003, Emma took her first steps on Friends, but she wouldn’t do it again for her mom. Therefore Rachel asked all of her Friends to stand still to see if she would do it again. Just as they turned into Mannequins, Phoebe walks in the door. She grabs a bowl and joins them. And with that Mannequin Challenge was born and it took them 13 whole years to make it a trend!
Thanks to Bruna for revealing the origins of the latest viral challenge!

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Jennifer Aniston reveals that the Friends cast hated the theme song
November 22nd, 2016 under Friends (cast). [ Comments: none ]


If someone mentions the theme to Friends, in your mind you start singing The Rembrandts’ I’ll Be There For You. You loved that song and it puts a smile on your face whenever you hear it.
But it was a different story for the cast of the beloved sitcom. After talking about Sex Toys on BBC’s The One Show, Jennifer Aniston was asked about that tune we know so well. Rachel revealed, “We were all never a big fan, no was ever really a big fan of that theme song.” Then she added, “We felt it was a little, I don’t know, dancing in a pond, felt like a fountain, felt sort of odd, but we did it.”
It might’ve felt odd to her, but the fans loved it. That is why you can close your eyes right now and see them dancing in that fountain she hated.
And whenever I close my eyes during any of the movies she has done since the sitcom, all I see is Rachel because every role she does is her character on Friends. Seriously, tell me I am not the only one who thinks she is a one note wonder.

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Does Matt LeBlanc prefer Monica or Rachel?
October 26th, 2016 under Friends (cast), James Corden, Katy Perry / Lady Gaga/ Ke$ha. [ Comments: none ]


Not only was Lady Gaga’s Carpool Karaoke on The Late Late Show yesterday, she also appeared on the CBS late night show. She stole the monologue from James Corden, who was getting ready for the show. After she was done, she spent the rest of the show with the band, performing songs off her new album Joanne and asking guess Matt LeBlanc a question. That very important question was, “Matt, who would you rather Monica or Rachel?” After some hesitation, he gave the perfect response, “I would have me some Phoebe, she is very bendy.” Too bad he wasn’t holding a mic because he would’ve dropped it.

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BTWF ads: Matthew Perry for Pacific Bell
October 24th, 2016 under Before They Were Famous, Friends (cast). [ Comments: none ]


Before Matthew Perry was talking to his 5 Friends on the phone, his father was trying to get in touch with him via Pacific Bell. He looks the same now as he did when he was 27 in that 1987 commercial.

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Oh no, they killed Chandler Bing!
October 24th, 2016 under Friends (cast). [ Comments: none ]


Before Matthew Perry was one of our best Friends, for his first lead role he played a dead guy in Second Chance and was killed off on Growing Pains in what I think was their greatest episodes of the series. Therefore, it makes sense that someone would create an episode of the beloved ’90s sitcom called The One Where Chandler Dies… A 90 second mashup turned into 16:22. Which makes you wonder about Dogfood?

A – How much time do they have on their hands?
B – How much do they love Friends?
C – How do they really feel about Matthew Perry?
D – All of the above

When it comes to me, Chandler Bing has been and will always be my favorite Friend. Which is why I love seeing him every Monday on CBS’s The Odd Couple with Thomas Lennon.

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