Lisa Kudrow assumed a focal job in NBC’s kept running of “Must-See TV” as Phoebe on “Friends.”
But reruns of the great sitcom are not an unquestionable requirement see for Kudrow.
“I don’t watch it if it’s on,” the entertainer told “Diversion Today around evening time” on Monday. “I probably won’t such as myself [on the show], so I’d preferably not chance that.”
Kudrow, 55, was showing up at a debut of her new film “Booksmart.” But since “Companions” is commending the 25th commemoration of its debut this year, she couldn’t keep away from inquiries regarding the troupe hit that has characterized her career.
Asked by “ET’s” Cassie DeLaura what she recollected most about the show, Kudrow answered, “The pilot … exactly how exciting that was.”
“We resembled little pup hounds simply climbing all over one another and playing and playing recreations and needing to be as one constantly,” she included. “It was fun.”
“Friends” debuted on Sept. 22, 1994, and finished its unique keep running in 2004.
As for a “Companions” 2.0, that ain’t occurring, one of the show’s co-makers said recently.
So reruns it is.