Lisa Kudrow's 'Friends' Reunion Comments: Do They Match Her Co-Stars' Stance?

I'm not quite sure what it is about Friends, but we just won't let it die. The series went off the air in 2004, but no one is content to leave Ross, Rachel, Joey, Chandler, Monica, and Phoebe alone. There's been talk of a Friends reunion for years, but it's really picked up in the last few months. Jennifer Aniston, Matthew Perry, and now Lisa Kudrow have spoken out about the possibility — could there be any more speculation? Here's what the cast has said about the possibility of sharing just one more latte at Central Perk.

'Friends' In Their Own Words

I'm not quite sure what it is about Friends, but we just won't let it die. The series went off the air in 2004, but no one is content to leave Ross, Rachel, Joey, Chandler, Monica, and Phoebe alone. There's been talk of a Friends reunion for years, but it's really picked up in the last few months. Jennifer Aniston, Matthew Perry, and now Lisa Kudrow have spoken out about the possibility — could there be any more speculation? Here's what the cast has said about the possibility of sharing just one more latte at Central Perk.

Lisa Kudrow

While on HuffPost Live, Kudrow pretty much shot down any hope of reuniting with her Friends. She said: "I wouldn't even have an interest in seeing what those people are doing 10 years later as parents that have to be responsible ... It would be so different that it wouldn't be 'Friends' anymore. Have I talked anybody out of wanting a reunion?" Just about, Lisa. Just about.

Jennifer Aniston

After appearing in a mini-Friends reunion on Ellen, fans were eager to find out if that meant a real, full-blown reunion was close behind. Aniston's response? Basically, she didn't say yes or no, but she did blame the rumors on Matthew Perry. She also claimed to know nothing about the gossip circulating that she and her cast mates were going to star in a reunion episode to air Thanksgiving, 2014.

Matthew Perry

When ABC asked Perry if he thought a reunion would happen, he said, "I don’t think so. It would be terrible to do something and have it not be good." Right ... but the fear of failure shouldn't stop you from trying, Matthew!

Matt LeBlanc

Perry's not alone — LeBlanc's also afraid that the reunion episode would suck. He told EW: "I don't want to see old Joey. Everyone’s going to have different vision of what those characters are like, so to have that materialize is going to disappoint most people. A couple of people will go, 'That's what I thought!' but for the most part, it’s going to let people down. It's better to let them just think."

Courteney Cox

Cox has actually been the least vocal about a possible Friends reunion. Aniston said that they had a blast working together on that little mini-reunion on Ellen, but as far as Cox is concerned, she's stayed mum on the subject. She did, however, call Perry her first "box husband" and visited him on the set of Go On. They're friends in real life! It's something, guys. It's something.

David Schwimmer

Schwimmer, point blank, doesn't want to play Ross again. In 2008, he said: "I don't think I would [play Ross again]. The way it ended felt so right. I don't want to mess with it." Maybe, but seeing Ben at 18 and Emma at 11 seems kind of worth a reunion, doesn't it?

Marta Kauffman

Co-creator Kauffman is perhaps the most vehemently against any sort of reunion. She told E! News: "I'm going to clear this up — it's not happening! Friends was about that time in your life when your friends are your family and once you have a family, there's no need anymore." Tell us how you really feel, Marta.

So ...

The odds don't look good for the Friends reunion of our dreams, but that doesn't mean we'll give up trying to make it happen. We're like how Ross is with his music: determined, persistent, ever-hopeful, and super, super annoying.