Claire Harmeyer
October 07, 2019 9:16 am

Friends remains one of the most loved sitcoms of all time—and we don’t see that changing any time soon. The hilarious bits, iconic sets, and electric chemistry among the cast make Friends a classic show that we’ll never stop watching (and re-watching over and over again). So, when any of the six friends reunite, we freak out.

On Sunday, October 6th, Courtney Cox, who played Monica Gellar, posted a selfie to her Instagram. But this was not just any old selfie (which Cox is a big fan of)—this selfie included two fellow Friends cast members, Jennifer Aniston and Matt LeBlanc, a.k.a. Rachel Green and Joey Tribbiani. Cue us crying (happy tears).

Cox captioned the photo, “A rare night and I love it.”

The gang looks just as cozy as they did 25 years ago—Leblanc’s hair is just a lot grayer now (sorry, Matt). Cox recently hung out with another member of the Friends gang on September 22nd. She posted a photo with Lisa Kudrow, who played Phoebe Buffet, plus Charlie Puth and Judd Apatow.

What we would do to snag a chair around that bonfire. Kudrow documented the night on her Instagram, too.

Apparently Cox throws great parties. No surprise there—we are talking about the woman who played the host of all hosts for ten years. We’re guessing some (very competitive) board games were involved.

September 19th marked the 25th anniversary of the beloved sitcom, and we spent the whole month celebrating (and still are, TBH). We treated ourselves to some Friends-themed decor to make ourselves feel like we live in Monica’s purple apartment, and watched our favorite episodes in movie theaters.

The cast was quick to celebrate the big milestone too. Cox, Kudrow, LeBlanc, and David Schwimmer all posted one of our favorite photos of the gang to their Instagram accounts.

In the photo, the six friends walk down a New York City street (or a set of one) dressed to the nines, arms linked, champagne flutes and flowers in hand. Could it be more iconic? We love how the cast still takes time to reunite, all these years later.

Now we’ll just be over here crossing our fingers that a reboot is on the horizon.

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