If you've ever dreamed of putting on your eating pants, donning a turkey wearing sunglasses on your head, or making a truly disgusting trifle during Thanksgiving, you're in luck. A new tour will allow you to see and experience the iconic Thanksgiving episode of Friends IRL.
Aptly named Friendsgiving, the event is part of the Warner Bros. Studio Tours in California. It starts with a 90-minute tour that basically takes you through an episode of Friends, starting with grabbing an umbrella and dancing around the *real* fountain used in the opening credits. This fountain hasn't been displayed before, so it's reason enough to try out the tour, but we're not even to the really cool part yet!
From there, you'll tour some locations from the show, including Central Perk, as well as Stage 24 where the show was filmed. After the tour, you'll end up in the Studio’s Commissary Fine Dining room (AKA where the cast ate!) where you'll be served a real Thanksgiving meal of turkey and ham alongside all the fixings. Because after all, "you can't have Thanksgiving without turkey. That's like Fourth of July without apple pie or Friday with no two pizzas."
The description of the tour said they're still debating adding Ross’s “Moist Maker” sandwich to the menu, but either way, this sounds like a '90s-themed dream.
The event will run you $139 and tickets are only available on select dates (November 2, 9, 16, 23, 29, and 30 at 10:30 a.m,, 1 p.m., and 3:30 p.m).
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