Most actors tend to fall into one of two categories: those who loathe watching themselves on screen, and those who don’t. Jennifer Aniston, it would seem, falls staunchly in the latter category.
“There are times I don’t even remember that particular show. This is horrible to say, but there are times when I laugh my rear end off,” Aniston says of watching “Friends” reruns in the upcoming New York Times Magazine. “And I get in debates with people who are over and say, ‘ “Friends” is not my thing.’ Excuse you!”
Aniston also admits that she isn’t sure if “Friends” would be the success it was if it aired today, thanks to reality television’s influence on celebrity. “Hard to tell — that was a different time,” Aniston says. “Now TV has too much to do with celebrity. We have reality television, where people try to become celebrities