Jennifer Aniston has repeated her idea for a Friends reunion to take place, well, not any time soon.
“Why not wait ’til we’re really, really old and then put us up there?” Aniston told E! News Wednesday. “That would be more interesting.”
Aniston, who starred as Rachel in the hit television sitcom, said an elderly Friends reunion would answer the lasting questions like, “Is Joey Doughy Joey? Is Ross bald?”
The idea of an aging get-together has been forming in Aniston’s mind for some time. In November last year, she jokingly told British talk show host Graham Norton that it could be called Dead Friends. When Norton replied that the show could then consist of “a series of funerals,” Aniston said: “Then we’ll know that there’s no reunion to have.”
But even as she receives critical acclaim for her role in the film Cake, set to release on Friday, the star is grateful for her time on Friends.
“It was the greatest time in my life. And that was such a great group of people, and we love each other and it’s the gift that keeps on giving,” she said.
Earlier in January, co-star Matthew Perry (Chandler) said there were no serious talks about a reunion.
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