Before you can utter the words “How you doin’?” it’s time to hype over this latest photo of the Friends cast (sans Matthew Perry) reuniting which was all set in motion thanks to The Big Bang Theory.
Stars of the geeky sitcom Kaley Cuoco and Johnny Galecki both shared a photo of Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer and Matt LeBlanc along with their Big Bang co-stars Simon Helberg and Jim Parsons – at Sunday night's taping of the James Burrows tribute.
“Ummmm NIGHT MADE. Can't breathe #friends meets #bbt @bigbangtheory_cbs I died and went to heaven,” Kaley quipped about the snap that she uploaded to Instagram.
While Matthew Perry is currently in London, he has confirmed he will be involved with the tribute special that airs in February.
“It's not the Friends reunion that everybody's hoping for,” the actor explained to talk show host, Graham Norton.
“They're celebrating Jim Burrows, who was a director of Friends and the five of them are going to be on this special and I'm going to introduce them from here because I'm doing the play here (in London).”
We’re still calling it a “reunion”… Like Ross and Rachel were “on a break”.
Following the filming of the two-hour special, the cast of both shows headed to Sunset Tower for a group dinner together.
Us Weekly reported that they shared multiple order of truffle fries with tomato sauce. The actors would have a lot to discuss including the story of their big bucks.
In 2014 The Big Bang Theory struck ultimate Bizinga gold after signing $1 million-per-episode contracts – the same lucrative deals that the cast of Friends banded together to fight for in 2003.
While the stars are used to acting out their on-screen drama, little did Jennifer Aniston know that at a different table she had some love drama brewing.
A case of the ex reared its head with her former flame, John Mayer dropping by to the post-event dinner with TV talk show host, Andy Cohen.
Eye witnesses noticed that the singer, who dated the 46-year-old from 2008-2009, steered clear of Mrs Theroux.
Looks like John Mayer gets the gravity of bumping into an ex… in the words of our favourite friends: PIVOT.