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Tom Hardy is to play the role of Joey Tribbiani, as Matt LeBlanc is too busy working on his film project, Joey: Origins.
Season three, episode three: Carol and Castor are in front of a board showing the network schedule, arguing about whether Matt LeBlanc's "Pucks" should get cancelled. In the 8.30 timeslot is a show called "Six of One", which is the title under which the Friends pilot was shot. And I thought this was going to be a quiet Saturday.
I had no idea. Even during the whole 'Cox-Arquette' debacle when her name was under slightly more scrutiny, I was completely in the dark as to the extra 'e'. This changes everything. The Tippex-penned slogans on my pencil case, for one. Oh, and she's going to guest-star on Matthew Perry's Go On in April, but the spelling thing's the real story here.
Always the way. You get in after a hard day at the office/factory/zombie killing fields, all you want to do is enjoy a nice sit-down, and the bloody phone rings. But who's calling? The Governor? Merle? The ghost of T-Dog?
"Chandler Riggs," I thought to myself idly tonight. "Ha! What was he, named after Chandler from Friends?" Turns out the kid was born in 1999, when Friends had been on the air for five years. So yeah, that's perfectly plausible. There's so little of my life left.
When Paul Rudd started doing movies I was like, Shit, there's Phoebe's husband from Friends doing movies. Now when I see him in Friends I'm like, Shit, Paul Rudd was in Friends.
Fail to crack a smile and go all hugsy-wugsy at a bunch of Friends blooper videos. Go on. I defy you.
This Sunday. 8pm. IT. ALL. ENDS. Again.
'Bromances'. Not content with being merely a blight on our otherwise pulchritudinous language, the bromance has infiltrated our consciousness to the point that any admiration one chap has for another, no matter how professional or academic, is now boiled down to an Americanised hug and bubbles love affair. Without touching. Here's about eight or nine of the best on TV.