Lisa Kudrow has dedication concerns.
Whilst chatting with “Friends” co-star Jennifer Aniston, Kudrow, 56, confessed that she’s experienced a really hard time saying “yes” to other positions considering the fact that operating on the beloved sitcom, which signed off in 2004.
“I like getting the visitor loved ones member for the time. When I’m developing my individual factor, which is different, but I have a dedication difficulty considering that ‘Friends,’ to be honest with you,” Kudrow discovered on a video clip chat with Aniston for Range.
“’Friends,’ it is not like, ‘Oh, it was these kinds of hard function for 10 yrs,’” she continued. “It’s not that. It was that I know that exhibit labored due to the fact we all dedicated to each and every other far too. It was not just committing to a job, committing to a agreement. We all continue to enjoy every other. Our solid is like that, and that’s why that labored. I assume part of me died. I simply cannot do that once again.”
Aniston, 51, exposed that in the course of quarantine she’s been like a good deal of us — binging on aged “Friends” episodes and even watching bloopers.
“I like stumbling on a ‘Friends’ episode. This one time I was with Courteney [Cox], and we were being hoping to come across a little something to reference, an previous ‘Friends’ factor,” Aniston reported. “And then we stumbled on — there is bloopers on line — and we sat there at the computer system like two nerds viewing these bloopers laughing at ourselves.”
“Here’s what I really like, is when I observe an episode, I’ll typically bear in mind in which we broke through the scene.”
Kudrow and Aniston are both of those eagerly awaiting the conclude of lockdown so they can start filming the sitcom’s reunion distinctive for HBO Max, which Aniston unveiled that they know is “not scripted” and will not be predicted.
“I will not be Phoebe,” Kudrow said though Aniston additional: “I will not be Rachel, while I type of am. Perfectly, we’re all type of little fragments of them. Not definitely. But yeah.”