Grab the Geller Cup - because "Friends" is heading to theaters ahead of Turkey Day. "We're excited to put eight classic episodes on the big screen for fans to celebrate with their friends, just in time for Thanksgiving". Showings will last about 2 hours. TV are bringing the hit TV series back to the big screen for a two nights with Friendsgiving on November 24 at 7PM and November 25 at 4PM. Now fans can watch Monica (Courteney Cox) dance with a turkey on her head, Rachel (Jennifer Aniston) make the most disgusting trifle, Ross (David Schwimmer) reveal a game-changing secret, Chandler (Matthew Perry) declare his love for Monica, Joey (Matt LeBlanc) try to eat an entire turkey while wearing maternity/turkey-eating trousers, and Phoebe (Lisa Kudrow) pretend to know and love football. Tickets can be purchased on FathomEvents.com/events/Friendsgiving.
Chandler, Rachel and Ross in the Season 3 Thanksgiving episode, "The One With The Football."Warner Bros".
That means fans will get to relive some of the show's most memorable moments, like Joey (Matt LeBlanc) and Chandler (Matthew Perry) feuding over a woman watching their tag football game, Ross (David Schwimmer) botching everything with his pro/con list, Monica (Courteney Cox) doing the turkey head shimmy, Rachel's (Jennifer Aniston) awful trifle, and Phoebe (Lisa Kudrow) pushing for Emma to be in that creepy baby beauty pageant.
Fathom Events, the company behind "Friendsgiving", says that these are subject to change.
The screenings are leaving out two episodes, Season 4's "The One With Chandler In A Box" and Season 8's "The One With The Rumor", which guest-stars Aniston's then-husband Brad Pitt.