Guess the "Friends" cast isn't entirely friendly after all.

James Michael Tyler, better known as Gunther, the coffee shop boss who had an infatuation with Jennifer Aniston's character Rachel Green on "Friends," revealed he hasn't spoken to his former co-star since the show ended.

"I haven’t seen Jennifer since the wrap party, honestly. It’s been 15 years since it ended," he told The Daily Star on Sunday. "She lives in another city. I’m not going to go and hang outside her house and wait for her to come outside and say hello. That would be kind of weird!"

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Despite not speaking since "Friends" wrapped, the 57-year-old actor assured that there is no bad blood between the two.

"It’s nothing personal. Actors move on. It’s been a long time. I’m married and other people are married. Things change," he added.

Since the show ended 15 years ago, Aniston has remained a busy woman with box office successes like "Horrible Bosses," "Marley & Me," and "We're The Millers," which is probably why she lost touch with her former colleague. Her latest work, "The Morning Show," will come in November along with Apple's debut of their new streaming platform Apple TV +.

"Friends" premiered in 1994 and ran for ten seasons before ending in 2004. The sitcom is currently available to watch on Netflix through the end of the year. The series will move over to WarnerMedia's new streaming service, HBO Max, in early 2020.

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Jennifer Aniston attends the 2018 InStyle Awards at The Getty Center on October 22, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. Getty Images/Matt Winkelmeyer