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Opinion: As with all reunions, it was a bit sad

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IT was on and off again more times than Ross and Rachel. After years of ‘Will they/won’t they?’, then a 12-month delay in a global pandemic, the Friends Reunion finally happened.

And in the end it was The One That Felt A Bit Sad. Not so much for the six co-stars, who seemed at ease in each others’ company considering they’d only been in the same room together once since the show ended 17 years ago.

The best bits were when they were left to look around the old sets; it was touching to see their delight at re-discovering Monica’s kitchen, Joey and Chandler’s TV recliners, and handwritten messages they all left after the final episode.

And it was nice to see other cast members, particularly the Geller parents, Elliott Gould and Christina Pickles, who rather sweetly revealed that they used to worry about the young actors as if they were their own brood.........

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