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Jennifer Aniston thinks that bringing the Friends friends into 2016 would be a bad idea. Sorry, folks, but if Aniston isn't on board, it's probably not going to happen. Guess you will just have to check out the billion other reunions and revivals of old sitcoms instead.

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Aniston slashes your dreams of seeing the cast together again about 3:17 into this interview with Scottish TV host Lorraine Kelly.

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"I don't know what we would do! I think that period of time was sort of nostalgic," says Rachel Green herself. "There was something about a time when our faces weren't shoved into cell phones, and we weren't checking Facebooks and Instagrams and we were in a room together or in at coffee shop together and we were talking." She went on to add, "We've lost that."

She ain't wrong.
She ain't wrong.
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So wait, there won't be a Friends reunion because it would just be the cast sitting in Central Perk on their phones the whole time? Honestly, people would still watch it. Plus, social media would give the friends a whole new world to explore: The one where Ross and Rachel change their Facebook relationship to "it's complicated." The one where Joey Tribbiani sends a shirtless seflie to his boss. The one where Phoebe becomes a YouTube sensation.

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On second thought, that sounds awful and we should probably just leave Friends alone.