21 "Friends" Facts That'll Really Make You Realize How Old The Show Is
So no one told you life was gonna be this way (aka "that you could feel this old").
Today, David Schwimmer is only four years younger than Elliott Gould was when he first played his father on the show.
Courteney Cox is now older than Tom Selleck was when he first played Richard — while Matthew Perry is a year younger than Tom was when he first appeared on the show.
Cole Sprouse is now older than Jennifer Aniston was when she started on Friends.
Ben Geller would also be older than Tom Holland and KJ Apa.
Ross and Rachel’s first kiss happened almost 24 years ago. And in case you need a reminder, it happened in the "The One Where Ross Finds Out" episode.
It’s been almost 20 years since Joey was a Porsche “owner.”
If Friends were still on today, Rachel would have celebrated either her 48th or 50th birthday* this year.
Tag Jones — who was 24 years old and Rachel's boyfriend during her 30th birthday — would be 42 years old now.
This year marked the 20th anniversary of when Rachel got her dream job at Ralph Lauren.
This is also the 20th anniversary of when Rachel and Ross got drunkenly married in Vegas.
Phoebe and Mike would be getting close to their 16th wedding anniversary.
While Carol and Susan would be getting close to celebrating 24 years of marriage.
In the episode "The One With the Prom Video," Monica and Rachel were almost 10 years removed from high school. Today they’re 32 years removed.
Phoebe’s surrogate triplets would be turning 22 this year (and probably close to graduating from college)...
...while Monica and Chandler's twins would be turning 15.
And Emma Geller-Green would be turning 17.
Oh, and the twin actors who played little baby Emma (Noelle and Cali Sheldon) look like this now:
It’ll be 18 years this Thanksgiving since Brad Pitt guest-starred on the episode "The One With the Rumor."
And it'll be 21 years since Ross introduced the "Moist Maker" into the pop culture lexicon.
The show has been part of the oldies block on Nick at Nite for almost eight years now (which is almost as long as the show was on).
And finally, today we're as removed from the premiere of Friends as we were in 1994 to the moon landing.
Take a trip down memory lane that’ll make you feel nostalgia AF