1. Earlier this month, NBC released the first promo for its upcoming tribute to James Burrows, which meant we got to see five of the six Friends cast members together and reunited!
Burrows is an iconic television director who directed 15 episodes of Friends. Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer, Courteney Cox, Matt LeBlanc, and Jennifer Anniston all showed up to film an NBC special in honor of Burrows. Matthew Perry couldn’t make it because he’s currently rehearsing for his play, The End of Longing, in London. The NBC special aired on Feb. 21.
2. And now the network posted the first full clips of the cast members’ interview with Andy Cohen.
3. To start the interview, Andy Cohen said, “Everyone’s wanted a Friends reunion for so long and it took one man to get you all together.”
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