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Jimmy Kimmel’s ‘Friends’ reunion

Jimmy Kimmel’s ‘Friends’ reunion

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“Friends” stars Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, and Lisa Kudrow reunited for a sketch based on the hit sitcom for “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” on Wednesday.

The chat show host surprised viewers during an interview with Aniston when he unveiled a replica set of Monica’s kitchen from the comedy, which ran for ten years until 2004. Kimmel presented Aniston with a script and the pair read a fake scene between her character Rachel and Ross, played by Kimmel, about “making love.”

The sketch marked the 20th anniversary of the comedy. A replica of the show’s Central Perk cafe will be recreated in Manhattan to celebrate the milestone next month.

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