NBC’s freshman comedy Go On is staging its first on-screen Friends reunion when Courteney Cox checks in for an episode of the Matthew Perry comedy, The Hollywood Reporter has learned exclusively.
Cox will join Perry, aka her former on-screen husband Chandler Bing on Friends, for an episode set to air in April. Cox play a character who meets Anne, who then tries to set her up with Perry’s Ryan. It marks the duo’s first small-screen reunion since the long-running comedy ended its 10-season run in 2004. [x]
Nikita: And now I have doubts. Michael: About us? Nikita: No. No, never. It’s about this crusade to make things right. I mean, what I could cost us. I can’t lose you. I won’t lose you. And if that seems selfish to you, then, well, I never said I was perfect, so… Michael: You’re not gonna lose me. And you’re right. You never said you were perfect. I did.
Let’s call that the second Ron/Hermione kiss. They kiss for the first time and smile at each other. ‘Finally.’ And then they remember they’re in the middle of a war and their smiles disappear. They kiss one more time and forget everything, just for a few seconds.
Interviewer: Are there love scenes? Are either of you naked? Shane: It’s a teaser right? Maggie: I wish Shane was but he’s not… Shane: We’re totally, totally naked. Maggie: At least they have got to have sex! I don’t know when they’re gonna have sex again, I think it’s like once or twice a year sort of deal ‘cause they’re saving the world, so they’re married!
‘Well, of course I don’t want anything to happen to you. I’m your partner. I’m your friend.’ 'Is that what we are?’ 'Oh, you know what? I don’t know what we are. We kiss and then we never talk about it. We nearly die frozen in each other’s arms but we never talk about it. So no, I got no clue what we are.’
‘Pawnee is a really special town. I love living there. And I look forward to the moments in my day where I get to hang out with the town. And talk to the town about stuff and…the town has really nice blond hair too. And has read a shocking number of political biographies for a town, which I like.’