‘Friends’ is one of the most popular storylines for a long time, shouldn't it be? It has good written characters, great actors and hilarious jokes. The show always kept us on our toes and a longing for the next scene. Producers David Crane and Marta Kauffman first introduced ‘Friends’ to NBC with a simple introduction which said: “ This show is about six people in their 20’s who hang out at a particular coffee house.” Before ‘Friends’ was released initially in September 22nd, 1994, Director James Burrows had said that he had a good feeling about the show, he said he took the cast to Vegas and said to the six of them that it was their last shot of coming out from animosity. He also told them that once the show was released to public viewing, they would not be able to go somewhere else without being persistently followed, he was outrightly correct.
Though ending the show 14 years ago, ‘Friends’ is still one of the highest viewed TV shows, while there's an ongoing rush of 90’s rewriting, for it's storyline, talks of a ‘Friends’ comeback stays on a low key, so fans have to go to the internet to see their favorite six. Though most fans know about the vital on-screen moments, but lots of what happened behind the screen remained unknown. But our findings went on to change that, here are 20 pictures of what we could find about their off-screen moment!;
1. Filming With Babies
There was lots of onscreen moments fun in “The one with the cake.” And a lot was learnt about Ross's unknown talents, which included singing, dancing, and turning cakes into woodland creatures. The fun moments off-screen involved playing with little Emma. Twins Cali and Noelle Sheldon portrayed Emma. If you get thinking about what it was like playing babies on a hit screen? This is what the twins mom said! She said everyone was nice to her babies and treated them like princesses on the set. ‘Friends’ was filmed in the presence of a large audience and Cali and Noelle often waved and interacted with the live audience, it was fun.
2. Gunther Shares A Snack
There was initially no roles for Gunther in Friends. James Michael Tyler who played Gunther was initially an extra in the background. Nonetheless, Tyler was assigned a repetitive character because he was the only cast extra who could use an espresso machine. Despite his attained fame, Tyler still hung out with the other extras. What people didn't know about Tyler was that his hair wasn't initially dyed for the role. According to him, it was a coincidence which happened when one of his friends who aspired to be a stylist suggested learning with his hair, which he agreed to. However keeping up the white dyed hair wasn't easy, cause Tyler had to dye his hair white every week for ten years.
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