Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox share their favourite 'Friends' scenes

By Chloe Best

We all have our favourite scenes from the 236 episodes of Friends that had us glued to our TV screens for ten years - and the same goes for the sitcom's stars. In a special reunion as part of NBC's tribute to director James Burrows (LINK: http://ca.hellomagazine.com/film/2016020429616/friends-reunion-teaser-trailer/) on Sunday (Feb. 21), five of the six cast members reminisced about the show's most memorable scenes.

Courteney Cox said that her favourite episode was The One with the Blackout from Season One, in which Chandler was "stuck in an ATM vestibule with Jill Goodacre," and Ross ends up on the balcony with a cat jumping on his back.

Courteney Cox revealed The One with the Blackout was her favourite Friends episode

David Schwimmer revealed that when he was filming the scene the director said he would tell him when to stop acting like the cat was attacking him, but never told him to stop, so he was left squirming for what felt like forever.

Meanwhile Jennifer Aniston said that the flashback scenes were some of her favourite to film.

"I always loved the flashbacks," she said. "I always loved when we would flashback to fat Monica and Rachel pre-nose job and Ross with his afro."

Jennifer Aniston loved filming the flashback scenes

Jennifer also spoke about her chemistry with fellow cast members Courteney, David, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc and Matthew Perry – who was absent from the reunion.

"In the beginning, it was not a hard thing," she said. "We really just wanted to hang out with each other. It was not, 'We have to do this.' We really just fell in love and adored each other instantly, and would hang out at each other's houses and watched the show together."

The 47-year-old had also expressed how much her decade on the show meant to her, saying that they "would do anything" for James because he gave them the "opportunity of a lifetime" on the show.

Fans of the show have been waiting for more than a decade to see the sitcom's stars reunited again; Friends came to an end in 2004, a decade after it first premiered.

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