Courteney Cox claims she doesn’t remember being on ‘Friends’

Brenda Watkins
March 27, 2020

Courteney revealed that she is using her time in self-isolation to watch "Friends".

The actress appeared on the hit sitcom alongside Jennifer Aniston, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, David Schwimmer, and Matthew Perry from 1994 to 2004, and is set to reunite with her co-stars for an HBO Max TV reunion special later this year.

Cox went on to explain that she remembers the show, she just doesn't remember the small details. "Like, I would never pass - I fail every test", said Cox.

Courteney Cox seems to be doing exactly what we're doing during lockdown - watching Friends. Kimmel, who has been broadcasting "Quarantine Minilogues" on YouTube in lieu of his usual show and monologue, had Cox on as a guest Wednesday evening.

The coronavirus pandemic has put the long-awaited Friends reunion on hold, with television productions shutting down and everyone waiting out the crisis at home.

Anthony gets his prize for beating Cox in a "Friends" trivia contest.Jimmy Kimmel Live! And I remember certain times in my life that I was there, but I don't remember episodes.

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At least she could recall one thing: her character's name.

Questions she did not know the answers to included who Monica shared her first kiss with, and who peed on her leg in season four episode The One With The Jellyfish.

It was then Jimmy introduced Courteney to his cousin Anthony, a Friends superfan.

"This is the greatest moment of my life", Anthony said while laughing in disbelief.

Cox and Kimmel also gave a shout out to Meals on Wheels, encouraging people to donate in these tough times. Kimmel proceeded to quiz the impromptu duo with five "Friends" trivia questions.

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