It's been 14 years since Friends went off the air — and in that time, some fans have grown DESPERATE for a reunion.
So desperate, in fact, that any time one of the cast members does an interview now, they're bound to get asked about a possible reboot.
And here's where things get ~interesting~: It seems like the Friends cast is completely split about whether or not they want to do a reunion show. Here's proof.
We'll start with the most recent interview: Ellen DeGeneres had Jennifer Aniston on her show this week, and sure enough, she popped The Question.
"Y'all should do a Friends reunion," Ellen said. "I know people keep asking that... Is it even in the realm of possibility?"
"Anything is a possibility, Ellen," Jennifer replied. "Anything. Right?"
Also worth noting: When Jennifer (mistakenly) thought she heard someone in the audience groaning about a reunion, Jennifer wanted to know why.
Jennifer joked that if George Clooney could get married, a Friends reunion was certainly possible.
But Rachel might want to talk to Ross about this one, because he apparently disagrees.
David Schwimmer had an interview of his own this week, with Megyn Kelly. She also asked The Question: "Is there any chance that Friends is coming back?"
"Oh man," David said, looking like he was slightly dreading the question. "I just don't know if I want to see all of us with crutches and, y'know, walkers."
"I doubt it. I really doubt it," he said. "But thank you for asking, and um...moving on."
So let's move on then...to Phoebe! Because Lisa Kudrow was asked The Question by Conan O'Brien just last week, and she doesn't seem to agree with David Schwimmer.
"I mean, something should be done," Lisa said. "I don't know what. I don't know what!"
"They're rebooting everything," she said.
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.