The bandmates behind the Friends theme song tell BuzzFeed News about the version that was deemed too dark for TV, the original music video concept that the cast didn’t like, and how they learned to love the song they can’t escape. Plus, they put the number-of-claps debate to rest!
I’ll be there for you, when the rain starts to pour.
Could you imagine Jennifer Aniston as frumpy waitress on a CBS sitcom, or Matt LeBlanc on a Married With Children spin-off?
Lisa Kudrow’s Dr. Fiona Wallice is the clear standout of the web series turned Showtime comedy, but what about the patients she sees week to week? Here’s a ranking of the fantastic guest stars that make Web Therapy what it is.
The one with the list of all the times we cried.
I mean, to be fair, Ross never was cool.
The shows that even the combined forces of Friends and Seinfeld couldn’t save or make memorable.
Lots a leopard print and leather. Reminder: The mid-’90s was a really bad time for fashion.
Would you have watched the show if it was called Insomnia Cafe?
Lisa Kudrow plays Fiona Wallice, who may be the worst therapist of all time. You can now catch up on all 100 webisodes on Hulu — so what are you waiting for?
All six of the Friends gang have some annoying quirks, but Ross is a special kind of terrible. Pity those who love him.
Revel in the adorably bad haircuts and facial hair.
If you were a teen actor in the ’80s and ’90s, there’s a good chance you ended up on The Wonder Years. Here’s a list of the surprising guest stars in chronological order.
Ross Gellar, auteur of integrity.
It’s been 16 years since we first met the gang of Friends at Central Perk. Here’s a look at how much they’ve changed since Friends started and what they’ve been up to since it ended.
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He looks a little too “fresh off the scene” if you know what I mean. He does know that sextapes are only okay when they’re consensual right?
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This is the trailer for Trust, starring Clive Owen (with his accent!), Catherine Keener, and some other actors we all used to respect. Lesson: never sign up for a movie directed by Ross Geller. Woof.
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Rumors are flying regarding a possible big screen version of the NBC sitcom, much in thanks to the blockbuster success of Sex And The City. If we ever needed a movie about jobless attractive people who drink coffee and employ quirky intonation, that time is now.
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