Whilst the majority of the cast of the hit 90s sitcom Friends have ruled out a reunion show, Matthew Perry and Lisa Kudrow have admitted that they would have liked to have carried on with the show which ended in 2004.
Appearing on Piers' Morgan's Tonight show, which saw Matthew take over as host, the actor who played Chandler Bing admitted: "If I had a time machine, I would like to go back to 2004 and not have stopped."
Feeling the same way, Lisa who played Phoebe Buffay in the hit show, and was on the show as a guest agreed with Matthew saying: "If it were up to us, you know, individually, then yes. I would keep going. I figure...there would have come a time, anyway, when someone would have said, 'We've had enough.' But, why not have fun until they do."
"We had a lot of fun", Lisa added.
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Whilst Lisa may have liked to continue, the actress recently admitted to HuffPost Live that she would be "too old" now to return to the show. She admitted:
"I'm too old. I wouldn't even have an interest in seeing what those people are doing 10 years later as parents that have to be responsible. It would be so different that it wouldn't be Friends anymore.
"Of course I would do it if everyone wanted to do it. And everyone isn't the six of us - it's David Crane and Marta Kauffman who created the show."
Lisa's comments come after the show's creator Marta Kauffman recently declared to E! Online that a reunion "isn't going to happen."
"I'm going to clear this up - it's not happening!", she said before adding: "Friends was about that time in your life when your friends are your family and once you have a family, there's no need anymore."