Aniston Drops Bombshell: Co-star’s ‘Friends’ Disdain Exposed!

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The actor revealed that her co-star had not liked one particular aspect of the live recordings

Jennifer Aniston shared about something that one of her co-stars didn't like.

When filming shows, many aspects must be carefully handled to guarantee a successful recording.

Setting up a set involves a lot of technical work, such as ensuring the sound and lighting are done correctly, or else everything will be wasted!

Jennifer Aniston disclosed that her co- was not very enthusiastic about one particular aspect of life on set.

Although some sets will be closed, it is logical for a TV show like Friends to in front of a live audience.

Especially in comedy, this helps the cast and crew gauge how well the jokes are being received, and can create a more natural feel for the show instead of relying on a laugh track.

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Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, and Jennifer Aniston. (Leon Bennett/)

Aniston shared that not everyone likes this approach, including her co-star from Friends, Lisa Kudrow.

Kudrow wasn't completely convinced about having the audience there to test the rhythm of the jokes, unlike some people.

During a chat with Quinta Brunson on the show Actors on Actors, Aniston mentioned that Lisa Kudrow didn't like it when the audience laughed.

“She'd be like, ‘I'm not done! It's not that funny!'”

Aniston discussed how the cast remains close even years after the show ended.

She expressed, “The enduring significance of it and the way it continues to touch people's hearts is truly remarkable. It's a gift that none of us, whether it's five or six of us, could have ever anticipated.”

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The cast of Friends in 2002. (Vinnie Zuffante/Getty Images)

And we meet up. I chatted on FaceTime with [eney Cox] yesterday for an hour, and Lisa and the boys, and we simply have a strong bond – it's a forever .

People shared their on the laughter in the comments section.

I understand both perspectives. Distractions can negatively impact a take, but they can also enhance it.

She was a Groundling, so she should have been accustomed to terrible audiences.

Another person shared that they find laugh tracks annoying, fake, and forced, making it difficult for them to anything with one.

Someone pointed out that some laugh tracks were recorded a long ago.

“You're listening to dead people laugh at …. Whatever they were really laughing about.”

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