“Friends” heroes have revealed their perception of the fate of their characters 17 years after the popular comedy series ended in 2004.
This came during an interview conducted by People magazine with the heroes of the series, namely Jennifer Aniston (Rachel), Matt LeBlanc (Joy), Courtney Cox (Monica), Matthew Perry (Chandler), Lisa Kudrow (Phoebe) and David Schwimmer (Ross).
Perception of characters
The heroes envision that “Joy opens a store selling sandwiches, and Monica competes with the rest of the mothers in achieving the best cake sales while Rachel starts her own fashion line.” “I always felt that Monica would do something to compete with the rest of the mothers and try to outdo them, selling cakes at school or the like, I mean it would be very annoying,” Cox said. “Joy will open a chain of sandwich shops,” LeBlanc said, to which Perry joked that “he eats all the sandwiches.”
It is noteworthy that the series “Friends” is about six friends in the twenties living in New York, and it was one of the most popular TV series in the nineties, and even gained new momentum on broadcasting platforms, as it became one of the most watched series in the world.
The special episode is scheduled to air on HBO Max on May 27 with the participation of a group of stars as guests, including Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber, as well as actors who participated in the series with secondary roles as characters such as Richard and Gunther.