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Courteney Cox Does Not Remember Being on 'Friends'

BK Published On Fri Apr 03 2020   Modified On Fri Apr 03 2020
Courteney Cox Does Not Remember Being on 'Friends'

Courteney Cox can't recall she was on 'Friends.'

Courteney Cox recently made a video appearance on Jimmy Kimmel, where the actress revealed she can't remember playing the insanely popular role of 'Monica Geller' in the hit sitcom 'Friends.'

The 55-year-old laughed, "I don't remember even being on the show, I have such a bad memory." 

The actress added:

I remember obviously loving everybody there and having fun, and I remember certain times of my life. I was there, but I don't remember episodes.

Cox revealed she purchased the show on Amazon Prime and has now begun binge-watching it.

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The actress participated in a Youtube Quarantine Minilogue trivia game against Kimmel's cousin, where all the questions revolved around her tightly wound chef character on Friends. Unsurprisingly, Cox lost 5-0 as she was unaware about Monica's first kiss, when her character learned to tell time, as well as who peed on her leg in season 4 episode 1 titled 'The One With The Jellyfish.'

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Cox starred as Monica Geller in the NBC sitcom Friends for a total of 10 seasons and 236 episodes from 22nd September 1994 to 6th May 2004. The story revolves around the personal and professional lives of six friends living in Manhattan.

The rest of the main cast includes Jennifer Aniston as 'Rachel Green,' Matt LeBlanc as 'Joey Tribbiani,' Matthew Perry as 'Chandler Bing,' Lisa Kudrow as 'Phoebe Buffay,' and David Schwimmer as 'Ross Geller.'

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On a final note, Cox asked viewers to donate to Meals On Wheels. In addition, she revealed the production of the Friends reunion special has been halted due to coronavirus.

The NBC sitcom is often regarded by the majority as the greatest sitcom in television history while Cox's character Monica Geller is one of the undisputed fan favorites. We definitely cannot wait for the upcoming (now potentially delayed) Friends reunion special on HBO Max.

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