FROM Paul Rudd to Christina Applegate, Friends fans were enraged as some popular guest stars were not featured in Friends: The Reunion.
Friends fans finally got the reunion they were waiting for in Thursday night’s two-hour special.
Jennifer Aniston, Matthew Perry, Matt LeBlanc, Lisa Kudrow, Courteney Cox and David Schwimmer came together for the one-off show where they reminisced about their time on the much-loved sitcom.
However, fans were furious as many guest stars were left out of the reunion special.
Actors such as Paul Rudd, Sean Penn, Ben Stiller, Brad Pitt, Denise Richards, Julia Roberts, Bruce Willis, Danny DeVito and Alec Baldwin were missing but got a mention from the cast.
But Robin Williams, Christina Applegate, Jeff Goldblum and Anna Faris, Hank Azaria, Giovanni Ribisi didn’t even get a mention.
The most showing absent celebrity was Paul Rudd as he married Phoebe and appeared in a massive eighteen episodes.
Fans took to Twitter to share their confusion on why some people were missed.
One viewer said: “Only thing missing from the friends reunion was Paul Rudd.”
A second wrote: “Do we know why Paul Rudd wasn't part of the friends reunion?”
Another penned: “Paul Rudd, Christina Applegate, Bruce Willis, Winona Ryder, Anna Faris, even Susan & Carol got no love! S**t @1capplegate won a damn EMMY for her appearance! They should have all been involved. #FriendsReunion.”
There were guest appearances from our favourite stereotypical New Yorker Janice (Maggie Wheeler) and handsome eye doctor Richard (Tom Selleck).
James Michael Taylor as Gunter, Joey’s hand twin, Reese Witherspoon as Jill Rachel’s sister and the barbershop quartet also made a surprise appearance.
The charming Elliot Gould and Christina Pickles – who played Jack and Judy Geller- appeared in the audience during James Cordon’s interview with the cast.
The pair shared how nice the cast was and “very down to earth.”
Christina said: “We really did feel like their parents, in fact we used to worry about them quite a lot.”
She added: “And Elliot said to me ‘we’re behaving like we are really their parents’ and we really did feel like we were because they were so sweet.”
Friends: The Reunion is available to watch on Sky.
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