Lisa Kudrow is glad the show is over

star Lisa Kudrow played Phoebe Buffay for 10 seasons from 1994 to 2004. This is why she says she is happy that the show is finally over.

At first Kudrow wished the show didn’t end

Lisa Kudrow, Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox |  The LIFE Image Collection via Getty Images
Lisa Kudrow, Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox | The LIFE Image Collection via Getty Images

During a 2013 interview with Lisa Kudrow, Matthew Perry says that he sometimes finds himself thinking about friends and remembering the good times he had. “I found myself remembering how much fun the program was and the hours we worked, and you could see how much we laughed and everything,” says Perry. “And I found myself saying, ‘If I had a time machine, I would like to go back to 2004 and not have stopped.’ Perry then asks Kudrow if she feels the same way.

Kudrow agrees with Perry and says he wants the same. “Yes, if it were up to us. I would keep going. In any case, there would come a time when someone would have said, “We have had enough.” But why not have fun until they do?

The actress went on to say that she had a lot of fun during her time on the show. “We had a lot of fun,” she says. “It was really fun. But I think we were extremely grateful at the time. Not that we didn’t appreciate how much fun it was and how good writing was. We were all very proud and grateful. ”

Kudrow later expressed relief that ‘Friends’ had ended

Kudrow had a change of heart. Just a year later, during a 2014 interview with the Television Academy Foundation, Kudrow says she’s happy. friends
ended when it did. The actress says she probably would have had trouble leaving the show if the decision hadn’t been made by her. “I was fine doing more [seasons]. Now I’m happy we didn’t, “says Kudrow.” Just because, when would I have left? You really would have had to kick me out. And I think it was a good thing for me to do. “

Lisa Kudrow doesn’t watch old ‘Friends’ episodes

Would you love to see old friends episodes, but that’s not the case for Kudrow. She says she avoids taking that trip down memory lane. The actress tells Entertainment tonight You can’t even remember the last time you saw an episode. She says she is not sure if she will like her performance. “I don’t see it if it’s on,” says Kudrow. “You may not want me [on the show]so I prefer not to risk that. “

What Lisa Kudrow did after ‘Friends’

After friends ended in 2004, Kudrow appeared in a 2005 film titled Happy endings. Then she appeared in two episodes of Father of pride. After a few movie appearances, Kudrow joined the cast of Web therapy in 2008. She played the character Fiona Wallice from 2008 to 2014. A year before the series ended, Kudrow had a recurring role in the series. Scandal in 2013. She played Congresswoman Josephine Marcus for four episodes.

Kudrow has some upcoming projects for 2020. After Space force she is ready to appear in Good people, Bright futuresand

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