She wiped away tears during the NBC tribute for legendary TV director James Burrows, the man responsible for more classic TV comedies than any other.
“We would do anything for Jim Burrows because he really gave us the opportunity of a lifetime,” Jennifer gushes to the program’s host, Andy Cohen.
“We experienced friendship, family, heartbreak, babies, everything, together. And we also had a wonderful experience with the world loving us as well.”
The celebration brought the Friends cast together for a rare reunion – aside from Matthew Perry who is in London to perform in the stage play The End of Longing.
But if fans were hoping for bombshells, they were left bitterly disappointed.
Any talk of a Friends reprisal was quickly quashed, as were any startling revelations from the cast.
The actors spoke about how much they adored each other and loved hanging out, bonding over poker and watching each week’s episodes at one another’s apartments.
The biggest moment of interest came when Andy asks the cast if they all signed contracts saying they wouldn’t sleep with each other.
“David, say something,” Lisa Kudrow says to David Schwimmer to break the awkward silence.
“Well, that was broken,” he quips as the audience starts to rumble.
Andy also asks for an explanation of how the characters could afford such amazing New York City apartments.
Courteney Cox says her character Monica Geller inherited hers from her grandmother.
“Rent control,” barks Matt LeBlanc, who played Joey Tribbiani.