You’ll remember these relatable funny friends tv show quotes and want to binge-watch again favorite seasons or episodes after reading them.
This 2019, Friends is officially 25 years old, and certainly, we need a super subtle birthday celebration with its precious friends from all around the world. The final episode of the sitcom which aired last 2004 exceeded 52 million views.
We have compiled the best of the best and most memorable friends tv show quotes from the group – Rachel (Jennifer Aniston), Ross (David Schwimmer), Monica (Courteney Cox), Chandler (Matthew Perry), Phoebe (Lisa Kudrow), and Joey (Matt LeBlanc) and this is in commemoration of the quarter-century milestone of FRIENDS.
“Well, maybe I don’t need your money. Wait, wait, I said maybe!”
When “Friends” ended, Rachel had established a winning career in fashion. But when the show started, she’s heavily reliant on her affluent father, who argues with his daughter’s choice to leave her orthodontist husband-to-be at the altar. This line was part of the talk between Rachel and Monica of moving in together and the beginning of the world’s most iconic Friends groups.
“We were on a break!”
Ross constantly used this line to defend when he’s sleeping with someone other than Rachel after she hinted, they should cool off.
“See? He’s her lobster.”
“Joey doesn’t share food!”
Joey revealed his biggest deal-breaker after he agreed to relish two of his French fries.
Monica was passionate about everything and even an impromptu lecture on sexy zones.
Meanwhile, Ross was concentrated on changing stuff. And he over-stated “pivot.” Sure, you haven’t watched a single episode if you haven’t said this while moving your things. Or Monica’s brother is so irritating to you.
“Could I be wearing any more clothes?”
Do you remember when Joey skillfully fished Chandler,
Remember when Joey skillfully fished Chandler, his sweatpants and his odd style to accent?
“It tastes like feet!”
However, Ross gave a frank assessment of Rachel’s horrible Thanksgiving trifle.
“Hi, I’m Chandler. I crack jokes when I’m embarrassed.”
“Okay, you have to pause the Q-Tip when there is endurance.”
Chandler cut us off (particularly chatty Joey) deep with this sarcastic statement, which Perry mentioned as his much-loved one-liner from his 10 seasons on the TV show in a “Good Morning America” discussion.
“What’s not to like? Custard: good. Jam: good. Meat: good!”
Also, we can understand this honest evaluation from Joey.
“This is all a moo point.”
As said by Joey, this is like a cow’s view, who always speaks “supposably.”
“How you doin’?”
This is Joey’s signature catchword.
“Oh. My. God.”
Or the distinctively spoken motto of Chandler’s ex-lover Janice which is played by Maggie Wheeler.
“And I have to live with a boy!”
Feeble cohabitating Monica.
“I don’t even have a ‘pla.’ ”
You may not recollect that Phoebe stated in one episode that showcased a George Stephanopoulos subplot, but genuine “Friends” followers will always recall this instance of Phoebe’s bold and what would now be meme-worthy candor — in reaction to a question regarding if she had a plan.
“You can’t just quit. Is that what a dinosaur would do?”
This is a bit puzzling if Joey knows the work, Ross.
“Come on, Ross, you are a paleontologist. Research deeper.”
Phoebe would certainly be the host if there were the ridicule of Ross Geller.
“Your little Harmonica is hammered.”
Do you recall “The One Where They All Turn Thirty,” when Monica believed it was time to reveal the reality to her parents about her uncontrollable behavior?
“Oh, come on, Will, just remove your shirt and inform us.”
Brad Pitt guested at Friends as Will, the archenemy of the role portrayed by his former wife, Aniston, Phoebe was her characteristically future self.
“I wish I could, but I don’t want to.”
Phoebe proved at the beginning that she had no regrets about expressing no to favors like assisting build furniture.
“They don’t understand that we understand they understand we understand .”
When Joey and Phoebe discovered Chandler and Monica were clandestinely dating, things got a bit complicated.
“Can’t hold her own head up, but yeah — jumped.”
The greatest Ross was seen when he tormented Rachel for going crazy while their new daughter was (unintentionally) locked up inside their apartment house.
“I got off the plane.”
In the Friend’s pilot episode, Rachel made a crucial (hi, Ross!) greeting in the show finale: She comes down the plane.