April 4, 2016
'Friends' Reunion: Fans Desperate For Reunion After Jimmy Kimmel Skit

A Friends reunion went down this week, thanks to Jimmy Kimmel. Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow reprise their iconic roles as Rachel Green, Monica Gellar, and Phoebe Buffay for a hilarious skit, in which Kimmel played Ross Gellar.

According to TV Line, Jimmy Kimmel wrote a skit in which he played David Schwimmer's character, Ross Gellar, and he, Rachel, Monica, and Phoebe gushed over his love making skills.

Seeing Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow's Friends reunion has now made fans even more eager to see a real reunion with all six of the stars reprising their iconic roles.

Friends was such a pop culture phenomenon that even 10 years after its series finale; fans are still talking about it, and more curious than ever to see what the characters are up to.

A Friends reunion could answer questions like: Did Ross and Rachel get married and have more children? Did Joey become a big movie star? Do Phoebe and Mike have children? What happened to Chandler and Monica's twins? These are the things that fans want to know, and see play out in a reunion.

"I want them to do a Friends reunion so bad," one fans tweeted. "I actually want the Friends reunion," another fan wrote, mirroring the thoughts and wishes of many other former viewers about the possibility of a real Friends reunion."
In addition to the old Friends fans, the show has created a whole new generation of viewers thanks to the fact that it's shown in syndication on multiple networks like TBS and Nick at Nite, during all hours of the day. It's hard to not want to find out what happened to the gang of fun loving 20-something New Yorkers, who grew to be an amazing group of friends, who felt like our own when we watched.

The Friends reunion rumors have been circulating for years, as the TV show is still very relevant, and will most definitely go down as one of the most watched, and beloved, sitcoms of all time.

In fact, the show is so popular, that as previously reported by The Inquisitr, a replica of the iconic Friends coffee shop, Central Perk, will be erected in New York to help celebrate the show's 20th anniversary.

Unfortunately, it doesn't look like a real Friends reunion is in the cards, at least for now. Courteney Cox recently revealed that she can't even get the entire cast together for dinner, so a reunion "isn't gonna happen."

Would you like to see a Friends reunion?

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