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The Cast Of "Friends" Can't Agree On Whether To Do A Reboot And It's Wild

The One Where We've Got Receipts.

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Also worth noting: When Jennifer (mistakenly) thought she heard someone in the audience groaning about a reunion, Jennifer wanted to know why.

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(It turns out they were saying "aww" about the Friends photograph behind her.)

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Although Lisa does acknowledge one issue with a possible reboot:

[The show] was about people in their 20s, 30s. Well...the show isn't about people in their 40s, 50s. And if we have the same problems then that's just sad.

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Matt LeBlanc told the Daily Beast this summer that he doesn't want a reunion. He also said that — brace yourselves — he thinks the characters have gone their "separate ways" since the show ended.

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"Those characters have all gone their separate ways, they’ve all grown up," he said. "That show was about a finite period in people’s lives, after school and before you get married...And once that time’s over, that time’s over.”

Matthew Perry told Variety this summer that the prospect of a reunion gives him actual nightmares, and that he'd definitely say no to the project if asked.

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"The thing is: We ended on such a high. We can’t beat it. Why would we go and do it again?"

As for Courteney Cox? Well, in 2014 she told David Letterman a reunion was not in the cards.

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She talked about how hard it was to get everyone together even for a dinner, before saying: "It's not gonna happen, guys."

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