Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox & Lisa Kudrow Reprise Their "Friends" Roles On Jimmy Kimmel

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Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox & Lisa Kudrow Reprise Their "Friends" Roles On Jimmy Kimmel

TV in the late 90s/early 2000s was dominated by one sitcom that reigned supreme: Friends. Everyone fell in love with the six 20-somethings who somehow could afford to live in swanky New York City apartments, even when they all aged past 30 and the show ran out of interesting story-lines.

Ten years ago, when the show's finale aired, fans got the last bit of Friends they would ever receive, until now.

Jennifer Aniston guest'ed on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night, which lead to an impromptu script reading between "Rachel" and "Ross," played by Jimmy Kimmel. Out of nowhere, after a few creepy advances on Kimmel's part, Aniston was joined by her longtime friends (pun!) Courtney Cox and Lisa Kudrow, playing the roles of Monica and Phoebe once more.

Check out the funnies in the video below.

In other Friends related news, Central Perk is also getting a revival. An exact replica of the iconic coffee shop is now open in New York, Get the info here.

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