Lisa Kudrow: 'Friends' Reunion Probably Won't Happen
Still hoping for a certain sextet to get back together for lattes, love and laughs at Central Perk?
The wait for a Friends reunion, sadly, might be forever.
Castmate Lisa Kudrow -- a.k.a. Phoebe -- broke the news to Usmagazine.com that "it doesn't look like" a reunion for the blockbuster NBC sitcom will ever happen.
"Everyone is busy!" Kudrow explained at Sunday's P.S. Arts Express Yourself event in Santa Monica, Calif.
The biggest objectors, Kudrow suggests, aren't Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox or any of the actors, but the show's original writer-creators Marta Kauffman and David Crane. " I guess they don't think it's a good idea," she said.
Not that Kudrow, 46, is completely sold, either: "It would be fun, but I don't know. How? Why? Really?"
The highly-rated series -- its six regulars ended up making $1 million per episode by the finale -- ran from 1994 to 2004.
The next best thing to an all-out reunion is a Phoebe-Monica rematch: Kudrow recently shot an episode of Cougar Town, Cox's current ABC hit. "That was really fun!" Kudrow told Us. "God, Courteney is fantastic! She is so funny. I had such a fun time.”
Although Jennifer Aniston has yet to sign up for a Cougar Town appearance, she's slated to star in a similarly titled film, Pumas, Variety reported over the summer.