Jimmy Kimmel Makes New 'Friends' in TV Reunion

The female cast of "Friends" join Jimmy Kimmel for a script reading based on the beloved sitcom.
1:41 | 08/28/14

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Nineties -- back the ladies -- friends and -- -- interesting mini reunion last night on Jimmy hill south Jennifer Aniston Lisa Kudrow Courteney Cox. All reprise their roles from the beloved sitcom they -- along with -- Honda Center just like that -- -- apartment Kimmel. Playing the role of -- I dragged I dragged court. That's not coordinates monitor how -- Why hello friends so good to see you Phoebe and Monica. And good good to see you -- but more importantly how you doing. Criticizing the Scripps sophomoric humor. -- the dialogue stupid and dumb to which Kimmel asked is it down more than living in huge apartment in New York City for eight years even though you -- at a coffee shop. The end. That's very good point that have long been criticized for the staff Andrew -- and probably you could mean little to afford the apartment and all through religion. This now but it's like you're always stuck in second year. When it hasn't been your day your week your month or even your year plot. I'll be there for you. Thank you -- -- and that's why we are all. Friends. -- First commercially come back we all make out. OK I -- Friday it. You really -- hold a second there's no exit there's no -- it 22 more pages here in the lovemaking scene.

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