”All the best TV shows are that: cast is an intensely cheery group of people; ask the actors to describe any one of their costars and the first word out of their mouths is liable to be sweet.
Media analyst Jeffrey Mc Call said it’s “really confusing” why NBC would use the “long-forgotten” Couric for the high-profile gig.
”They’re going to play us like two ships passing,” Schwimmer says.
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”The trainers won’t let me bond with it,” Schwimmer explains. It’s like, ‘Land on your marks, do your job, don’t touch or bond with the monkey.’ It’s a bummer.” That’s just about the only bummer on ‘ plots concern mundane dilemmas of nmarried urbanites-dating woes, career crises, visits from parents — and most of the action takes place in an apartment and a restaurant (in this case, a shabby-chic coffee bar named Central Perk).
”What sold the show was six characters coming into a coffee shop, sitting for 25 minutes, and saying funny things,” says Perry.