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VIDEO: Friends Turns 20! The One Where Gunther Looks Back and Plays Trivia

James Michael Tyler

Central Perk may not be Gunther's last name, but the two unquestionably go hand-in-hand.

So naturally, that's where we found James Michael Tyler, who played the surly, deadpan, Rachel-obsessed barista with "hair brighter than the sun" on Friends for all of its 10-year run. In honor of the series' 20th anniversary on Monday, Central Perk is real and — not to mix our must Must-See TV sitcoms — spectacular. Located at 199 Lafayette Street in New York City and open through Oct. 18, the pop-up coffeehouse is a must-stop shop for all Friends fanatics. The iconic orange couch is there for photo ops, there are tons of memorabilia, props (including Pat the Dog), souvenirs and free cups of coffee (courtesy of Eight O'Clock Coffee). Gunther himself will make surprise visits.

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War Is Coming in New Blacklist Season 2 Trailer

James Spader

The conflict between Reddington (James Spader) and Berlin is heating up onThe Blacklist — and poor Liz (Megan Boone) is caught in the middle!

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Honey Boo Boo's Mama June and Sugar Bear Split

Sugar Bear, Mama June

Here Comes Honey Boo Boo stars Mama June and Sugar Bear have separated, E! News reports.

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Will E!'s Fashion Police Continue After Joan Rivers' Death?

Fashion Police

Joan Rivers might be at the gates of heaven asking new entrants what they're wearing, but here on Earth, the show must go on.

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Kristen Bell Shows Off Baby Bump, Awesome Celebrity Married Life in New Samsung Ad

Kristen Bell and Dax Shepherd

Have you ever thought that celebrity couples have it all? A beautiful house, a wonderful view, a perfect relationship, and the latest technology to help it all run smoothly? Well it's all true, according to this new ad from Samsung showing snippets of the blissfully wedded life of the hilarious Hollywood power couple Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard.

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Roger Goodell Won't Resign From NFL, But Promises Conduct Policy Changes

Roger Goodell

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell spoke publicly for the first time since Sept. 10 about the NFL's handling of the recent rash of domestic abuse cases in a press conference Friday afternoon and though he accepted the blame for the NFL "doing wrong," he isn't resigning from his position despite pressure from others to do so.

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Fall TV Editors' Picks: Meet the Villains Who Run Gotham Without Batman

Gotham

Can a Batman series succeed without actually containing Batman? Fox hopes so with its new prequel series Gotham.

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Dancing's Derek Hough: We Have Something "Potentially Dangerous" Planned

Derek Hough

Hey everyone,

How's it going?

Thanks for your votes!

I'm super proud of Bethany. I thought she did a great job. It's tough going second-to-last on the first show. You spend the whole night waiting and watching everyone else go, but she handled her nerves well and I'm really happy with the way it went. I think you can see potential for growth for her. She actually has ...
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Hey New York Times, Shonda Rhimes Isn't an "Angry Black Woman"

Shonda Rhimes

 

The New York Times published an essay Friday that begins: "When Shonda Rhimes writes her autobiography it should be called 'How to Get Away With Being an Angry Black Woman.'"

And then it gets worse.

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Fall TV Editors' Picks: Find Out Why Black-ish Is the New Cosby Show We All Need

Black-ish

It's been 30 years since The Cosby Show premiered and though sitcoms featuring primarily black characters have since found homes on BET, TBS or OWN, Black-ish will finally bring a black family back to a major network — and it's about time.

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