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Courteney Cox is looking forward to seeing her friends.
The 55-year-old actress recently joined the by comedian Kevin Nealon for a new episode of “Walking with Kevin,” a web series where she reveals a few details about the upcoming “Friends” reunion special, set to air on HBO / Max.
“The exciting thing is that we all have to get together for the first time, and actually talk about the show,” Cox said. “And it’s going to be on HBO, Max, and I’m so excited.”
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“We’re going to have the best time. It’s great,” Cox said. “But we really haven’t done all of it, and really just sat there and talked about it, and was thinking back to the amazing experience we had. It would be so cool.”
In the reunion special, which was confirmed by the HBO-up to last week, in a press release. The release said that the Search would be to join Jennifer Aniston, Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer, Matthew Perry and Matt LeBlanc to be an influence on the susceptibility to which is especially in the original staging for a celebration of the much-loved show.”
Cox told Nealon, 66, and what their “ideal” re-uniting with her co-star would be like.
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“It’s great for me, and we actually just recently did this and it lasted for an eternity. I don’t know how many years, and perhaps as much as 15 years, and we finally all got together and had dinner,” she explained. “And when we get together, it is it just doesn’t happen very often, like twice since the show ended — it is simply the best. We’re laughing so hard.”
Cox proved to be the last time that she and her co-stars, all together, took place at her house, but the fact that they had been together once before, at Aniston’s house.
The “Friends” alum also talked about how meaningful the show was to its fans around the world.
“I’m so glad that I have a tone of voice that people have actually learned how to speak English, because they watched the show,” Cox said. “It’s just touched so many people’s lives.”
The pair also discussed Cox’s gig hosting “Saturday Night Live”, which took place in 1995, while Nealon was a cast member.
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“I hosted SNL for the first year, I was on ‘Friends,’ but what do you think about it, I had a lot of green,” Cox said. “I’ve done it like five, six, seven, eight, nine, 10.”
“I remember you being green,” Nealon said.
“I was terrible! I used to be so green. I was so nervous,” said Cox. “I can do it right now, I’d like to do it, but no one wants me to do it.”
To announce it on the reunion special, Cox, and all of her castmates-except for LeBlanc — posted a photo of the cast from back in the day, and he wrote, “It is done” in the title.
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LeBlanc, 52, jokingly shared a photo of the “M*A*S*H’ cast, with the same caption.