Channel your best Janice-entering-a-room impression for a moment, because Friends is getting its own book set in honor of the series’ 25th anniversary, and it’s bound to bring us Chandler-sneaking-a-cigarette-after-quitting-for-several-years levels of rapture.
13 years after the show’s final episode aired, Friends still draws in new and repeat viewers with its lovable characters, wacky storylines, and inexplicably comforting premise.
The book, written by Big Girl author and Refinery 29 contributor Kelsey Miller, is titled I’ll Be There for You and is set for release in 2019 — right in time for the 25th anniversary of the show’s 1994 debut.
The book will remember celebrity guest stars, from Brad Pitt’s “I Hate Rachel Green” club to Reese Witherspoon, explore the popularity of “the Rachel,” and, with any luck, delve into whether Ross and Rachel were truly on a break (they 1,000 percent were not) and where Ross’ son disappears to after season eight (anyone else???).
We would hang out with Ugly Naked Guy in his apartment to move up that release date, but I guess we will just have to keep binge-watching the series on Netflix and pondering the true meaning of Unagi.