Quiz: Which "Friends" Character Said This?
Which "Friends" Character Said This?
By: Kelly Scott
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About This Quiz

"PIVOT! PIVOT! PIVOT!" No matter how many times you've watched this scene, you know there's no chance that couch is going up the steps! If you were around during the 1990s and 2000s, you're definitely aware of the lives and antics of Rachel, Monica, Phoebe, Joey, Chandler, and Ross. 

In 1994, NBC premiered one of their most successful shows to date "Friends." Following a group of 20-somethings in New York City, the sitcom focused on their hectic professional and personal lives.

While the plot might've had you captivated, it was the quotes that left you laughing in your seat. Just how much further was that couch going to PIVOT up the stairs? Who shocked us all when they announced: "I got off the plane?" Who taught you that true love occurs with lobsters? For those of you easily rattling off the answers, it seems that this quiz might've met its match!

After ten seasons, "Friends" said goodbye to Monica's apartment and the world. With over 230 episodes, the characters seem always to come alive, and they certainly do with this quiz!

Do you have the 'unagi' to pass this quiz or will you go running to Yemen in fright? Let's find out if your memory will "be there for you" as you master this quiz!

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