Will they, won’t they?

and who gives a ****? But this tickled me:

Forget the war and global warming, the biggest question at Hollywood parties for weeks has been whether Ross and Rachel end up together in the Friends finale next week.

Now David Schwimmer may have let the cat out of the bag by inadvertently mentioning that he and Jennifer Aniston may make a guest visit as a couple on co-star Matt LeBlanc’s planned spin-off series, Joey.

LeBlanc even gave Aniston a copy of his show’s script when they met for lunch last week.

The final Friends is expected to get America’s highest ever viewer rating and one rival channel has announced it isn’t even bothering to put on a competing programme.

** Station staff will be filmed sitting in the studio watching Friends.**

Update: Melissa has a Test your Friends IQ quiz from People Magazine.

2 Responses to “Will they, won’t they?”

  1. Nicole
    April 28th, 2004 02:35

    It will be interesting to see if it has the highest rating. Remember when Seinfeld went off of the air, they said the same thing. I think Cheers still holds the distinction. I will still watch it though. I gotta know if Ross and Rachel will end up together. I like my happy endings.

  2. the manly smell
    April 28th, 2004 07:54

    I need to get out more. I knew all of the answers (except the bonus one about the duck’s name) without needing to see the choices.

    I think this is worrying.

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