As such, the actor has been spending her free socially distant time binge-watching Friends, which will probably come in handy once the reunion is back on.
The 55-year-old actress - who became a household name thanks to her role as Monica Geller in the sit-com - admitted she has very few specific memories of her time on the show so she's taking advantage of having more time at home due to the coronavirus pandemic to boost her knowledge as she wants to be prepared when she's invited to take part in trivia challenges.
"People love the show so much, I chose to binge watch Friends.it's really good!" she said via video link.
"I never recall even being on the exhibit", she told Jimmy.
Friends star Courteney Cox has revealed that she doesn't remember being on the show. I just started season one - it's really good!' she said.
Yesterday, Cox videochatted into the YouTube edition of Jimmy Kimmel Live to update fans on how she's doing in self-quarantine.
Courteney also confirmed that filming for the long-awaited Friends reunion special, which was meant to air in May, has been postponed due to the virus. After talking about what Cox is up to during coronavirus (COVID-19) isolation, the pair surprised Kimmel's cousin and Friends fan, Anthony, with a round of Friends trivia. "I just started Season 1".
"It's Monica", she said.
That was a red rag to a bull for Kimmel, who made a decision to test her knowledge in a head-to-head with his cousin, a huge fan of the show.
Kevin Reilly, chief content officer, HBO Max and president, TBS, TNT and truTV, said in a statement back in February: "Guess you could call this the one where they all got back together - we are reuniting with David, Jennifer, Courteney, Matt, Lisa and Matthew for an HBO Max special that will be programmed alongside the entire Friends library".
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