- On Thanksgiving, Courteney Cox wished his fans an ROFL post
- He shared a video of a recreation of the iconic F.R.I.E.N.D.S scene
- “I hope it makes you happy,” he said.
Actress Courteney Cox, best known for playing the lovable and dominant Monica Geller on the iconic tv show FRIENDS, did something unexpected. by FRIENDS fans, Thanksgiving is synonymous with Monica Geller’s funny turkey dance. The scene appears in Season 5, Episode 8 titled The one with all the thanks – to impress Chandler (played by Matthew Perry) in a silly way, Monica covers her head with a peacock and even wears sunglasses. When that wasn’t fun enough, he performed a weird little dance that prompted Chandler to blurt out the three golden words: “I love you.” The turkey dance scene tops the list of iconic FRIENDS moments.
22 years after the episode aired, Courteney Cox said in a video on Instagram that she was fed up with people sending her gifts and tokens referencing that moment: “Happy Thanksgiving everyone. I hope you’re having a great time. great day. I’m so grateful, and if I get one more gift * beep * with that * beep * turkey dancing on my head, dancing like a fool, I’m going to break. “
And just when you think that’s it, Courteney, now 56, went ahead and did it again: “So, anyway. Since I’m the symbol of Thanksgiving, here you go. I hope it makes you happy”.
Here’s the original scene, a part of which Courteney recreated:
FRIENDS made stars of its six lead actors: Jennifer Aniston as Rachel, Courteney Cox as Monica, Lisa Kudrow as Phoebe, David Schwimmer as Ross, Matthew Perry as Chandler and Matt Leblanc as Joey. The comedy told the story of six friends who lived in New York City with a coffee shop called Central Perk as their prominent hangout.