Someone Should Turn This ‘Friends’ Script Written By An 8-Year-Old Into A Movie

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01.31.14 11 Comments

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Could the Friends reunion rumors BE any omnipresent? No, they can’t, because it seems like every week, there’s a new unsourced quote from someone who once saw David Schwimmer at a car wash that a script for the Friends movie is being written, and that the film will be out in [impossibly short amount of time.] It’s so dumb. I mean, the script’s already done — it was finished by an eight-year-old many years ago.

Here’s some background:

When I was about 8 years old, my best friend was obsessed with Friends. He encouraged me to start watching the show and then recruited me and several other school friends to “play Friends” on the playground during recess. I was cast as Ross. Fortunately enough, I had a crush on the girl playing Rachel. Being something of an aspiring writer, I decided that we needed a script. Of course, I didn’t know the show very well, so I drew a lot of inspiration from a show that I watched regularly with my dad – Seinfeld. Hence why all the plots seem to humorously intersect at the end of each episode. Well, at least I thought it was funny then. (Via)

Still better than Sean Saves the World.














Weird. I have a script with the same dialogue, but it’s for Low Winter Sun.

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