Jennifer Aniston Has a 'Friends Reunion' Idea, But We'll Be Waiting a Long Time For It to Happen

UNDATED PHOTO: Actors Courteney Cox Arquette (L), Jennifer Aniston (C) and Matthew Perry are shown in a scene from the NBC series 'Friends'. The series received 11 Emmy nominations, including outstanding comedy series, by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences July 18, 2002 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Warner Bros. Television/Getty Images)
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Out of all the dream scenarios we could have come up with, Jennifer Aniston's Friends reunion idea isn't anywhere close. Instead of imagining the Central Perk crew coming together for a big wedding or Phoebe's eventual Video Vanguard Award at the VMAs, Aniston wants them to all be old and wrinkly in the show's continuation. "Why not wait 'til we're really, really old and then put us up there? That would be more interesting," she mused to E! News. Apparently she thinks it would be better to make us wonder what everyone has been up to for decades rather than just 11 years. She even has some questions for the gang ahead of time, like "Where am I? How many kids? Two kids? Three kids? Am I in retail? Am I fat? Is Joey Doughy Joey. Is Ross bald?" OK, my mind is reeling trying to answer all of those.

In all seriousness, Aniston is just happy that everyone loves the show — read: streaming Friends on Netflix constantly — as much as she does. "It's so special to me to be a part of something that is so beloved. It was the greatest time in my life," she shared. "And that was such a great group of people, and we love each other and it's the gift that keeps on giving. People are still loving Friends and I hope they do ‘til the end of time." I don't think there is any doubt about that. We'll be there for you, Jen, forever and always. But please make this reunion happen in the next decade instead of waiting until you're 80 (and still look flawless).

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