In just over two weeks the cast of "Friends" will be coming together on national television for the first time in nearly a decade. Five of the six cast members have agreed to participate in the hour-long special titled "Must See TV: A Tribute to James Burrows."
As per E! Online's latest report, NBC has released a first look at the show, which is being hosted by Bravo's Andy Cohen. As he often does on his own show, "Watch What Happens Live," the "Real Housewives" creator will be asking the hard-hitting questions all fans are dying to know: who was dating who off the "Friends" set? In the clip Cohen, 47, questions the cast about their relationships behind the scenes, inquiring as to whether or not they were contractually allowed to have them. The question will leave a few of the cast members, namely David Schwimmer and Lisa Kudrow, squirming in the seats.
"Say something, David!" Kudrow urges.
Watch the sneak peek below:
Schwimmer was recently asked about participating in the reunion, telling Us Weekly he was elated to have been invited. The actor, who made his debut as Robert Kardashian on Tuesday in FX's hit series "The People v. O.J. Simpson," told the publication it was exciting for him to be able to get together with his castmates, as well as the casts of other iconic shows, to honor director James Burrows. Schwimmer added that he and the rest of the "Friends" cast "really love" the director, crediting him with hand-picking each of them for the show and cementing their bond.
"Must See TV: A Tribute to James Burrows" was filmed Jan. 24 and featured the cast of "Friends," "The Big Bang Theory," "Cheers," "Taxi" and more. Johnny Galecki shared a photo from the special evening which brought the "Big Bang Theory" stars and the cast of "Friends" for one epic snapshot.
The show will air on NBC Sunday, Feb. 21, at 9 p.m. EST. "Friends" fans will see the entire cast at the special, sans Matthew Perry, who was forced to film his part from London, where he was stuck due to prior committments.