David Schwimmer’s unusual hatred of a cast member of the Friends series was brought to light.
It was the cute Monkey, Marcel, Ross’s pet on the sitcom, which he adopted after his divorce from Carol, with whom David Schwimmer had trouble getting along.
Working with the Monkey became challenging for David since he had to be precise and execute it at the appropriate moment. However, as things progressed, we all had the scenario meticulously practiced. Still, it was spoiled in the end because the Monkey did not do her job effectively.
David Schwimmer told EW in 1995, “I hate the monkey,” “The trainers won’t let me bond with it. They’re really, really possessive. It’s like, ‘Land on your marks, do your job, don’t touch or bond with the monkey.’ It’s a bummer.”
Years later, the actor revealed that Marcel (Katie), who sat on his shoulder between sets, was given live larvae. He made this revelation when taking part in Friends: The Reunion. She “had filthy hands all over.
It was eventually time for Marcel to go. Ross is compelled to give the Monkey to the San Diego Zoo in the narrative.
However, Moris, the Monkey’s coach, spoke about it, so Katie had someone to stand up for her. The trainer said, Because of the remarks, David has made about her throughout the years, I have never watched Friends.
He was first quite pleasant with her, but later on, Marcel began to get a lot of chuckles, which either confused him or made him feel a bit envious. Morris also requested the actor to cease bringing up the cancer-stricken Monkey.
Other cast members did not dispute the now-deceased Katie’s assertions. In an interview, Matt LeBlanc said, “I did enjoy the Monkey. I’m a big animal lover. David Schwimmer was the one who had to constantly interact with the Monkey. He wasn’t afraid, then why did he keep running into the Monkey again? But I got along with him on my end.