Guess who's back together again?! It's been more than a decade since the last time we saw our best Friends all in one place, but this Sunday that's going to change. Five out of the six stars will all sit down on a couch and banter, just like old times.
Well, maybe not exactly like old times. For one thing, they're not in Central Perk. Secondly, the actors are playing themselves, sitting down for an interview with Andy Cohen on the NBC special Must See TV: A Tribute To James Burrows. And lastly — TRAGICALLY — Matthew Perry won't be able to make it. He's living in London now, and he's busy rehearsing for his new play The End Of Longing, which he wrote and stars in.
Must See TV: A Tribute To James Burrows doesn't air until Sunday, but luckily we've been given a sneak peek. Check out some of the footage from Sunday's interview below:
At the beginning of the chat, Andy Cohen says, "This is very exciting seeing you ALL together," and Matt LeBlanc's eyes widen in disbelief:
When Cohen says "all together" for the second time, LeBlanc can't help but interject:
"Whoa, whoa, whoa — we're not ALL together. There's one missing.
"We wish he was here. Matty, we miss you."
They're too cute, I can't even.
Perry's not the only one passing time in London. LeBlanc also spends part of the year there, shooting his Emmy-nominated sitcom Episodes, and soon he'll become the first American co-host of Top Gear. HEY! Maybe Joey and Chandler could get an apartment together?!
But in all seriousness, Must See TV: A Tribute To James Burrows will air this Sunday, February 21at 9pm EST. It's part of a nostalgia explosion honoring director James Burrows, who directed 15 episodes of Friends. The casts of Cheers, Taxi, Will & Grace and Mike & Molly will also be making an appearance. Burrows must be pretty boss to be friends with some of the best friends in TV history.
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