You might reckon you know your favourite sitcom inside out but these quotes from the Friends cast are sure to prove otherwise.
From Matthew Perry comparing his complete awkwardness to Chandler Bing, to Courteney Cox fantasising the female Friends would ditch the boys and marry eachother (ooh err!) we've rounded up the funniest and most insightful quotes from the cast back in the 1990s.
Matt Le Blanc on Joey's intelligence levels:
"To do Joey, I have to turn half my brain off. The problem is, at the end of the day, I sometimes forget to switch it back on again". We have the same problem, Matt.
Matthew Perry on filming The One With Ross's Wedding in London:
"London is just a really cool town. We've been having a blast. The major concern is not getting hit by cars!" You're not wrong there, Matty babes.
Jennifer Aniston on how close the six pals became on set:
"It's weird. The cast of Friends are almost closer to me than my own family." TOO CUTE.
Courteney Cox on sex, love and relationships:
"My fantasy is that Joey and Chandler finally get together. Ross and Phoebe take their kids and move to the country. Rachel and Monica start dating, fall in love and realise they've had it with men." Sorry Courteney, that's not quite what happened. But oh, what if it had?!
Matthew Perry on the writers deciding to get Monica and Chandler together:
"I'm all for Chandler and Monica getting together. Courteney's pretty hot, and if I get that storyline, I get to kiss her a bunch of times." He must have been pretty happy when she proposed, then!
Lisa Kudrow on Phoebe's, uh, unique take on life:
"Phoebe is not stupid. She just has a different point of reference for everything." And that's why we love her, Lisa.
Jennier Aniston on the pressures of fame:
"When somebody follows you twenty blocks to the pharmacy, where they watch you buy toilet paper, you know your life has changed". Bet she's got someone to buy her toilet paper for her these days.
Matthew Perry on keeping schtum about what they DID know would happen:
"I know stuff about what happens romantically with Monica and Chandler but I can't tell you. I'd be bludgeoned with coffee cups and they'd make me listen to the Friends theme song over and over again". We wouldn't mind that punishment one bit.
David Schwimmer on whether Ross and Rachel would eventually end up together:
"I want Ross to find another relationship away from Rachel. But it would be nice to come back to the relationship with her and then eventually marry. Will it happen? The writers can do almost anything they want." Little did he know that she'd totally get off the plane.
Matt Le Blanc on 'bad' acting - and how much of that was deliberate:
"It's funny playing a bad actor on the show. It cracks me up. It can be hard to differentiate between the way I approach a scene as Matt and the way Joey would approach a scene." Hmm, wonder if he applied this technique on Joey.
Matthew Perry on being JUST as awkward as Chandler:
"I'm really similar to Chandler in that I'm most comfortable in a world that's kind of funny. If there's an awkward pause at all in a conversation, I'll fill it as fast as I can with a joke." Us too, Matt, us too.
David Schwimmer on the best show that was ever made, and will ever be made. Ever:
"We all know how lucky we are to have a great job. We enjoy each other's company, and that's all I need to keep me happy." N'AWWWWWWWWWW.
Jennifer Aniston on the fun having to end sometime (nooooo!):
"I don't want [the six characters] to be living together when we're 70. Eventually we're going to have to evolve, move on". And move on you did. But we're still right here, waiting for you to come back whenever you like, guys <3
Catch Friends on Comedy Central all day every day for the rest of time, because it's the best show ever. Goodbye.