10 ways to Celebrate 10 Years since the end of “Friends”
What were YOU doing 10 years ago today? It was May 6th, 2004, when almost the entire country was abuzz with anticipation of what would happen as it all ended, planning what we’d bring to our goodbye parties for Ross, Rachel, Monica, Chandler, Joey, and Phoebe. It’s weird how some moments in life you remember almost perfectly. And I do for this. I remember looking for a random apartment of a friend of a friend, and then having to leave to go get something (although I forget what.) And while I don’t remember every detail of that final episode, I do remember being mostly satisfied with the ending, unlike LOST, Seinfeld…
Of course, we’re not the only one’s reminiscing. So we’ll save you some time, and give you the 10 best sites to feed all that “10 years since Friends” need today! (We’ve skipped the obligatory “10 best episodes” cause really, weren’t they all great?)
We found this to be a main "go-to" today, and pretty fascinating. Did you know the cast all received a "Yearbook" from the crew, but did you also know they all received a piece of a famous sidewalk? Did you also know the finale was NOT the most watched episode?
We already mentioned how content we were with the finale, BUT, that was almost NOT the case. Entertainment Weekly got together with the show's creators a couple years ago to get the shocking details.
Great speculation from Huffington Post U.K. as to what our favorite characters would be up to today. Fun read!
After just over a season, the world couldn't get enough of these 6 Friends, and Rolling Stone was on it, with this flashback to their 1995 cover story.
If you have the DVDs, chances are you've caught some of these. However, who doesn't love checking out the footage left on "the cutting room floor"?
We all have our favorite "Friend", but who were our favorite supporting characters? Janice, Gunther, Mr. Heckles...
So we've talked about out favorite Minor characters, but what are they up to?
Entertainment Weekly got together with the show creators Marta Kauffman and David Crane to take a look back, and of course, had to answer the reunion show question...
Ya know, Friends wasn't the only thing on the air 10 years ago. Here's a trip down memory lane of other shows you might recall (just not loved as much).
Although most of em are still in some sort of spotlight, this list would be incomplete without the traditional "Then & Now" thanks to Access Hollywood.