Friends Special Episode, "The One That Could Have Been, Part One" From L-R: Lisa Kudrow, Matthew Perry, Jennifer Aniston, David Schwimmer, Courteney Cox Arquette And Matt Leblanc. All The Friends Ponder What Might Have Been If Each Had Taken A Different Path In Life And They Imagine: That A Frustrated Ross (Schwimmer) Stays With His Wife Carol (Jane Sibbett) And Ignores Her Disinterest In Him; A Married Rachel (Aniston) Is Starstruck When She Meets Hunky "Days Of Our Lives" Star Joey (Leblanc) Who Never Lost His Job As Dr. Drake Ramoray; Phoebe (Lisa Kudrow) Is A Corporate Stockbroker; And A Portly Monica (Cox Arquette) Frets About Losing Her Virginity While Chandler (Perry) Is A Struggling Writer Who Stoops To Working As Joey's Lowly Assistant Just To Make Ends Meet.
Finally, the Friends Experience is making its way to Michigan. If you’re a fan of the popular show, you’ll be thrilled to know that you can actually explore the recreated sets of Joey and Chandler’s apartment, Monica and Rachel’s kitchen, and even Central Park. It’ll be like stepping right into the world of your favorite characters. You’ll also get to see a collection of props and costumes from the show, bringing you even closer to the magic of the series.
How To Get In The Friends Experience?
Public ticket sales for this incredible event begin at 10 am on Wednesday, May 24. However, if you don’t want to risk missing out, you can join the waitlist right now here. Ticket prices start at just $27.00. Children under 12 years old must be accompanied by an adult.
It starts on June 30 and runs until September 24, The Friends Experience will take place at Great Lakes Crossing Outlets, located at 4780 Baldwin Road in Auburn Hills. If you’re curious and want to learn more about this immersive pop-up, additional information can be found here.
Friends Experience Visitor Reviews
The Friends Experience has attracted numerous attendees from all over the United States, and it has received an abundance of rave reviews on TripAdvisor. One review read, “Y’all better go do the FRIENDS Exhibit!” They continued to give it praise, “It was just amazing, the exhibit and staff members!! Me and my husband really enjoyed ourselves!!!”
Another review referred to it as “Awesome” and wrote “Very authentic experience! All the sets are created with painstaking detail. Great experience for Friends fans.”
TV Supporting Characters With Main Character Energy
Supporting characters in TV shows are often friends who know the main character better than anyone else. Sometimes side characters in TV shows have the tendency to become protagonists in a story that’s not their own. A lot of supporting characters have truly shined in their roles. The best supporting characters make fans want to learn more about them, or for them to take a larger role.
In some cases, support characters do get some sort of spin-off series. For instance, Saul from Breaking Bad got a prequel series, Better Call Saul. Frasier from Cheers had his own very successful series, Frasier. There’s also Zoey Johnson from Black-ish who spun into Grown-ish and Sam Puckett from iCarly who ended up in Sam & Cat.
Here, we’ve listed side characters that exude main character energy or absolutely steal the show. At times, the official main character took a back seat to their supporting castmate.
An example would be Michael Scott from The Office. Though he may be the quotable showstopper of the show, side characters like Dwight, Stanley, and Kevin would often steal the scene.
Some of the supporting characters we listed are from shows like The Walking Dead, Chidi from The Good Place, Stranger Things, and Emily In Paris.
Here are TV supporting characters with main character energy.