Crystal Ro
September 22, 2016 3:28 pm
NBC

Believe it or not, 22 years ago today Friends first hit the airways, changing the lives of just about every ’90s kid forever. And thanks to Netflix’s recent addition of the entire series to their roster, we’ve been able to relive the magic of show over, and over, and…

And although the show ended twelve years ago, we still love it as much as we did from day one, so in celebration, here’s a look back at what the cast looked like in the series finale vs. today. And, SPOILER ALERT, they all still look AH-mazing.

Jennifer Aniston as Rachel Green then and now.

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Jen recently voiced a character in the highly anticipated animated film Storks and has several upcoming films due later this year including the comedy Office Christmas Party with Jason Bateman.

Courtney Cox as Monica Geller then and now.

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After a successful run on the popular show Cougar Town, Courtney recently starred in the Indie drama Mothers and Daughters alongside Susan Sarandon, Christina Ricci, and Sharon Stone.

Matthew Perry as Chandler Bing then and now.

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Matthew currently stars in The Odd Couple on CBS and also has the upcoming TV miniseries The Kennedys:After Camelot where he will play Ted Kennedy.

Matt LeBlanc as Joey Tribbiani then and now.

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Matt currently stars in Episodes as a fictionalized version of himself and also the upcoming Man with a Plan set to air on CBS next month.

David Schwimmer as Ross Geller then and now.

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David recently starred in both Feed the Beast for AMC as well as the critically acclaimed The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story for which he received his second Emmy nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie.

Lisa Kudrow as Phoebe Buffay then and now.

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Lisa recently appeared in Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and will also be making an appearance in the highly anticipated film The Girl on the Train.

Love you forever Friends (’cause you’re there for me, too!).

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