December 23, 2018

Courteney Cox and Tom Selleck give us a brilliant Christmas gift in the form of a mini-reunion

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Fans are going crazy about Courteney Cox and Tom Selleck's mini-reunion recently.

The two stars of the hit 90s sitcom "Friends" just had an impromptu reunion at a restaurant in New York.

Blogger Claudia Oshry captured the encounter on video and posted it to her personal Twitter account.

The sitcom "Friends" was first aired in September 1994. Since the iconic sitcom ended its 10-season run in May 2004, the casts have stayed close.

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"Spotted in NY: Dr. Richard Burke and Monica Teller saying hi to one another. Shook. What will Chandler say?" Oshry captioned the video.

In the clip, Cox can be seen reaching up and giving Selleck a long embrace. The pair, who played Monica and Richard, keep their arms around one another and keep talking. 

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Cox, who appeared in films like "November," "Zoom," and "The Longest Yard" after the end of "Friends," was all smiles for much of the interaction.

The video rapidly turned into a web sensation, with thousands of people enjoying and sharing it.

One fan wrote: "I'll probably get ugly replies. However, I wish Monica & Richard would of gotten married instead. Richard was more mature for her as a man. Monica starting acting immature when she was with Chandler. Monica deserved better & that was not Chandler."

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"Omg why do steeny things happen when the show takes a hiatus," added another. 

"WOW. This is amazing," commented another fan.

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The sitcom "Friends" was first aired in September 1994. Since the iconic sitcom ended its 10-season run in May 2004, the casts have stayed close.

Members of the "Friends" cast includes Jennifer Aniston as Rachel, Lisa Kudrow as Phoebe, and Matt LeBlanc as Joey.

Those who want to re-live Richard and Monica's glory days can cheerfully do so on Netflix.

According to Pop Culture, Netflix reportedly paid $100 million to keep the hit sitcom from leaving its streaming platform in 2019.

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