So the Friends reunion was ALL kinds of emotional.
Must See TV: An All-Star Tribute To James Burrows aired last night, which saw Jennifer Aniston, David Schwimmer, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc and Courteney Cox get back together to honour the legendary director.
Matthew Perry was unable to make it as he was busy rehearsing his play The End Of Longing in London, but made a brief appearance via a video link.
We mean, could there BE a reunion without Chandler? No, no there couldn’t.
The show featured more than 40 actors who were directed by Burrows on shows such as Taxi, Cheers, The Big Bang Theory, Frasier, Will & Grace and Mike & Molly.
It was clearly a special evening for the Friends cast. Jennifer, 47, was even seen crying as James took to the stage to thank his former colleagues.
She’d earlier said: ‘We would do anything for Jim Burrows because he really gave us the opportunity of a lifetime.
‘We experienced friendship, family, heartbreak, babies, everything, together. And we also had a wonderful experience with the world loving us as well.’
But despite Jen’s tears, it’s safe to say that not everything about the evening was quite so sentimental.
Things took a slightly more, er, racy turn when presenter Andy Cohen asked the group if they really signed contracts agreeing to never sleep with each other.
A rather awkward silence ensued (lolz), until Lisa, 52, urged 49-year-old David: ‘Say something,’ and he quipped: ‘Well, that was broken.’ Oo-er.
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Lisa then confirmed that she’d never been asked to agree to such contract terms.
We’re sorry, but we can’t get on board with this. They’ll always just be good Friends to us.