It’s been almost ten years since Monica and Chandler Bing from Friends graced our televisions, but the former Friends co-stars, Courteney Cox and Matthew Perry, will reunite on an upcoming episode of Perry’s NBC freshman comedy, Go On.
The episode is set to air April 2 and according to the TVLine article, Courteney will star as “Talia, a woman whom Julie White’s Anne tries to set up with Perry’s leading man Ryan.” Throughout the show’s first season, the friendship between Anne and Ryan has run the gamut – from at first butting heads to an eventual mutual respect and adoration for the other’s strength in the midst of grieving over lost loved ones. Anne, who lost her long-time girlfriend to a heart attack, is a part of Ryan’s support group, along with other grieving characters.
This is not the first mini-reunion we’ve seen since Friends went off the air in 2004. Jennifer Aniston (whom portrayed Rachel Green on the show) had a guest starring role on Cox’s poorly-titled show, Cougar Town, during the show’s second season premiere. Last year, David Schwimmer (Ross Geller) had a stint on the Emmy award-winning web series, Web Therapy, which stars Lisa Kudrow (the lofty Phoebe Buffay). While we’d all love to see a full-on Friends reunion, it’s been denied multiple times from the actors. When an apparently fan-created image went viral last November, hinting at a reunion, Matthew Perry took to his Twitter to shut it down.
When he’s not dispelling rumors or tweeting about sports, Matthew Perry (@matthewperry) tweeted two images of him and Courteney on the Go On set during the last few weeks. You can check those out here and here.
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