Lisa Kudrow, who plays Phoebe Buffay in all 236 episodes of Friends, has talked about the show in an interview with Time. Although it violently promotes its role in Space StrengthThe upcoming Netflix sitcom from Greg Daniels (The Office), Kudrow talks a lot about his role as a TV star.
While Kudrow clearly liked the program, told The Times, “I don’t see a reality where Friends are not good at all,” he also admitted that the Friends version made in 2020 had to change a number of things – especially the all-white Cast.
“Oh, that would be very different,” Kudrow said, pondering what the modern version had to change. Kudrow agrees. “That won’t be an all-white player, for sure.”
Kudrow believed that the show “should be seen as a time capsule, not for what they did wrong,” at least in terms of representational issues. At the same time, he said that the show “thinks it’s very progressive” in some ways.
“There is a man whose wife finds himself gay and pregnant, and they are raising the child,” he said. “We also have a surrogate mother. That was, at the time, progressive.”
Friend continue to be big in 2020And Kudrow also talked about upcoming reunion filmed for HBO Max. “We don’t play our characters,” he said. “This isn’t an episode. It’s not a script. The six of us are together for the first time here. I don’t know how long. I really look forward to it.”
The next Kudrow sitcom, Space Force, hits Netflix on May 29. Season 1 will also feature Steve Carell and Fred Willard who have just left.
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