One of the most popular sitcoms to ever appear on television was Friends. It fascinated millions of people worldwide for ten seasons. When the series first premiered in 1994, it was an immediate hit that brought its six protagonists to popularity. These actors excellently portrayed each of the characters, which have remained in viewers’ minds and hearts nearly 20 years after the series finale.
Many people cracked up at the six friends’ jokes, notably Phoebe Buffay, played by Lisa Kudrow. One of the most well-known characters in Friends. She was partly defined throughout the series by her useless sentences and weird jokes. Although she continues to be a fan favorite, the actress was utterly taken aback by her son’s response when he saw the Show for the first time.
Son of Lisa Kudrow, Julian Murray Stern, saw Friends for the first time. But after viewing the first few episodes of the sitcom that made her famous and brought her character to life, Lisa Kudrow didn’t particularly enjoy his reaction.
Lisa Kudrow’s kid committed himself to Binge-watch Friends during the COVID-19 quarantine period. Lisa’s mother and her whole family always disapproved of the Show, found satisfaction in this. The fact is that Julian Murray Stern adored the Show, he later told his mother how he felt about it.
Lisa Kudrow told this story on NBC’s Late Night With Seth Meyers. She did not anticipate compliments on the Show’s caliber when her kid shared his thoughts.
“Well, I just watched the first two episodes,” he replied when he phoned me. Mom, it’s perfect. He said, “Thank you, and may I ask you some questions?” I affirmed that you can. I was on the verge of crying. Nobody in my family, in my opinion, would like the Show.
“He said, “That’s so hilarious,” to me. The boys (referring to Matt LeBlanc, David Schwimmer, and Matthew Perry) are hilarious.” No, but I mean you’re amusing too, he told me. I thought about it, but I never wanted to tell my child, “Fuck you.” It’s not necessary that they like me. You’re not required to approve of what I do, But try not to be too offensive.”