Joey would now own a sandwich chain, according to Matt LeBlanc, and Rachel would have her clothing line, according to Jennifer Aniston.
According to Matthew Perry, Chandler will now be “a wonderful father and comedy writer,” who spoke to People magazine.
A week before Friends: The Reunion premiered, People spoke with the stars.
In April, the sitcom’s six main characters recorded a TV special on the show’s original sound stage, available on HBO Max in the United States starting on May 27.
Friends start from 1994 to 2004 and starred actors from all over the world. They’ve turned down the chance to reunite as a group until now.
The occasion was “emotional,” according to Lisa Kudrow, who played the eccentric Phoebe Buffay, and “kind of melancholy,” according to LeBlanc.
When asked about Phoebe’s current situation, Kudrow said she would be living in Connecticut with her partner and children.
“She’s in charge of the school’s arts program,” said the 57-year-old. “She’d be the voice for her children because they’re different from her.”
According to Courteney Cox, Monica will also be active in her community and will most likely be the president of the parent-teacher association (PTA).
“Monica would be competing with other mothers to outdo them,” she explained. “She’d be a pain to deal with, whether it’s a school bake sale or not.”
Meanwhile, paleontologist Ross “would’ve invested in Joey’s sandwich shop and lost a lot of his savings for his kids,” David Schwimmer speculated.
During the reunion special, the actors will reminisce about the show. Participate in an episode table read, and revisit the famous trivia game from Friends’ fourth season.
Celebrities such as Reese Witherspoon, Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber, and David Beckham are expected to attend.