Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow Reunite for Friends Round on Celebrity Name Game

Monica Geller didn’t have the best of luck when it came to lightning rounds, but portrayer Courteney Cox appears to be a bonafide champ.

The Friends alumna played opposite Lisa Kudrow on the syndicated Celebrity Name Game Tuesday, and in this newly released outtake, quizzes her former co-star to see how much she remembers about their 1994-2004 sitcom.

Earlier this year, Cox and Kudrow reunited for NBC’s Must-See TV: An All-Star Tribute to James Burrows, where they were joined by Jennifer Aniston, Matt LeBlanc and David Schwimmer. Meanwhile, LeBlanc and Matthew Perry will once again be part of the same primetime line-up when Man With a Plan and Season 3 of The Odd Couple join CBS Mondays in October.

Press PLAY on the Friends-themed bonus round above to see how Cox and Kudrow did, and be sure to stick around till the end for an adorable high-five.

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9 Comments
  1. Sue says:

    Every time I see her these days I have to ask: WTF did Courtney Cox do to her face?

  2. helen says:

    I love Lisa Kudrow’s voice. Glad they’re all still /friends/.

  3. Alex says:

    Courteney was so beautiful, why did she do that ? 😞

    • Anne says:

      Because we have impossible beauty standards for women in our society, particularly as they age. They get punished if they don’t do anything to “help” the aging process; women should always look youthful. And then they get punished when they try and attain what society tells them to look like. They get the surgeries and use the products we make for that purpose.

      Either way, women are screwed. So few women can age in a way that is deemed appropriate by social standards.

  4. JosiahBartlet4President says:

    I am sorry for being mean. But Courteney, you’re so beautiful. Lay off the plastic surgery!