“I decided during this time, people love the show so much, I decided to binge-watch ‘Friends,’” she said.
“Are you doing it?” Kimmel asked.
“I just started season one. It’s really good,” she replied. When Kimmel pointed out that the sitcom is no longer available on Netflix, Cox said she bought the show on Amazon Prime.
It appears Cox needs to brush up on her knowledge of the show. She told Kimmel that she is terrible at “Friends” trivia and while she remembers the experience and enjoying working with the people on it, she doesn't remember much about the episodes.
She proved her point when Kimmel beamed in his cousin’s son to face off with Cox in a round of “Friends” trivia, in which the actress got crushed, struggling to answer Monica-centric questions, such as when she learned to tell time and the names of her parents.
The quarantine has had a “Friends”-related impact. Cox said she and the rest of the cast were supposed to get together this past Monday and Tuesday to shoot the highly anticipated reunion show, but that was postponed.
A new date for the taping has not been set yet, according to The Hollywood Reporter.