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19 Celebrities You Totally Forgot Were On "Friends"

Whether or not you liked the show, Friends was THE show of the 90s and early 00s. If you could land a role on Friends, it was a pretty big deal. Of course, actors like Tom Selleck, Paul Rudd, Anna Faris, Bruce Willis, and Hank Azaria all appeared as recurring characters on the show, but do you remember some of the more famous guest stars? 1. T.J. ThyneThe OdysseyWho he played: One of Phoebe's doctors when she's giving birth to the triplets.Where he's from: Played Dr. Jack Hodgins on Bones. 2. Hugh LaurieWho he played: Rachel's annoyed seat-mate

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5 'Friends' Plot Holes That Are So Huge They're Basically Unforgivable

Watching Friends in the 90s was basically a requirement. We all had to tune in because everyone was going to be talking about what happened the next day at work or school! It was basically the most popular show in the country, so it was either keep up, or get confused. The problem was that sometimes staying caught up led to some confusing realizations. NBCIt's not completely abnormal for there to be continuity errors in shows, but you would think a huge show like Friends would be able to keep them under control. I guess you don't know at the

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There's A Weird Rumor That Bruce Willis Was Forced To Be On 'Friends'

Friends was one of the most popular shows of the 90s. The show was loved by millions and aired for 10 years, helping to make all the stars household names. NBCOne of the best things about Friends was that they had so many guest stars. Each season had some huge names come and join the cast for a few special episodes. Sometimes they would appear as themselves but a lot of the time they would play a character.Some really big names came to Central Perk over the years, including Robin Williams, Billy Crystal, Tom Selleck, Susan Surandon, Brad Pitt

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A Mini-Dawson's Creek Reunion Proves That They Didn't Wait For Their Lives To Be Over

There always seems to be one definitive show that every teen needs to watch. In the late 90s, it was Dawson's Creek. Watching Dawson and his friends try to navigate their angst-ridden world was how we thought it would be like to be a teen, but obviously it wasn't super accurate. The WBThe cast of Dawson's Creek have all gone on to have super successful careers, but it turns out some of them are still missing the Creek. Michelle Williams met her real life best friend, Busy Phillips, while filming the show. Since then, they have continued to warm the

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15 'Bromances' That We Couldn't Get Enough Of In The 90s

Strong friendships have been a staple on television shows since the beginning. Basically every show has the designated best friend to the main character, but every once a while there is a connection so special and wonderful that it stands out. ABCThe term "bromance" is a little more recent, but that doesn't mean the concept hasn't existed for a long, long time. There were a lot of iconic bromances when we were growing up that we all still remember to this day. Which pair was your favorite? Joey and ChandlerNBCWill and CarltonNBCCory and ShawnABCTito and CarverABCJesse, Joey and DannyABCKenan and

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11 TV Sidekicks Who Stole the Show From The Main Character

Having a good imagination was pretty important when you were a kid. There were so many amazing toys and games that you could play, but the way to ensure they were going to be the maximum level of awesome was to tap into that youthful and innocent imagination. One of the most enjoyable things to imagine was having a pet or animal buddy that you could hang out with. I guess you could try to convince your parents to get a pet, but they weren't really the same as some of the ones you saw on TV. A lot of

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11 Obnoxious Sitcom Characters From The 90s That Are Just The Absolute Worst

Sitcoms are one of the very best things available to watch. Sure, cartoons were great and dramas are fine, but sitcoms were the absolute greatest. There were so many to chose from, all with their own great stories. The thing is, not all characters can be winners. Sometimes there is a really annoying character who is necessary to the plot but honestly, just something about them drove us nuts. There were just so many irritating characters that we put up with, how many of these do you remember hating? 1. Steve UrkelABCSure, he was one of the main characters, but

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Matthew Perry Revealed His All-Time Favorite Chandler Bing Line

If you grew up in the 90s, you know about Friends. You may not like it (because you're weird, I guess) but you definitely know who Chandler Bing is. Could he BE anymore iconic? For years, fans have debated about what Chandler's best line was during the series. In a comedy show, he still managed to be the comedic relief. Regardless of the situation, you knew Chandler was going to crack a joke. These were some of the most iconic lines:Pop SugarImgurPop SugarPop SugarRecently, Matthew Perry gave his opinion on what Chandler's best one-liner of all time is. Honestly,