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‘Friends’: Google Honors Show’s 25th Anniversary With Hilarious Easter Eggs & Fans Freak

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September 19, 2019 9:41PM EDT

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Google is commemorating the 25th anniversary of ‘Friends’ by building Easter eggs into its search results for each character from the series.

Thanks to Google, our favorite Friends will always be there for us. To celebrate the show’s forthcoming 25th anniversary (Sept. 22), the popular search engine build fun Easter eggs into its results every time you look up one of the characters from the long-running series. The feature was first rolled out on Thursday, Sept. 19, and upon searching for one of the six main characters — Ross Gellar (David Schwimmer), Rachel Green (Jennifer Aniston), Joey Tribbiani (Matt LeBlanc), Chandler Bing (Matthew Perry), Pheobe Buffay (Lisa Kudrow), and Monica Gellar (Courteney Cox) — you’ll see a special icon on the knowledge panels on the right side of the search page, next to information about that character.

Upon searching for Ross Gellar, for example, you’ll see an icon of a couch. Then, when you click on that, you’ll hear a soundbite of Ross yelling “Pivot!” But that’s not all — if you click on it numerous times in a row, the couch splits in two and you can hear Ross yell, “OK, I don’t think it’s gonna pivot anymore.” Hilarious, right? The same goes for all the other characters, too. For instance, if you search for Pheobe, Google will call up an image of a guitar. And when you cli

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