Co-Creator Of 'Friends' Marta Kauffman Responds To Dark Fan Theory • MetDaan

Co-Creator Of ‘Friends’ Marta Kauffman Responds To Dark Fan Theory

fan 1

Your ultimate favourite show above all tv shows in the world! Friends it is, no doubts. You are watching it when you are with your gang, when you are alone in your PJs, when you are depressed and need a good laugh, or when all you need is to listen to Phoebe’s naive and positive attitude. We grew up with them, and now someone is pulling everything apart. The American sitcom,  created by David Crane and Marta Kauffman, which aired on NBC September 22, 1994, lasted ten long and exciting seasons, and I assume everyone cried at the last episode when Monica and Chandler left their apartment and moved to the suburbs with their twin babies. How about if all this was a lie? This is what a Twitter Friends fan is aiming to prove in his disturbing fan theory. And wait for Marta’s reaction, too! Fan theories and alternate endings can be interesting, but this one is just over the top. Be warned, for this may just make you hug your pillow and sob a little.

Twitter user ‘strnks’ shared his controversial Friends ending online, and hundreds of other fans reacted quickly. What he claims should be the REAL ending of the show is a sad episode. In his mind, it turns out that Phoebe is actually still homeless and the whole plot of Friends is an imaginative world of hers.

And while fans were deeply disturbed, co-writer Marta Kauffman denied all of this.

Netflix Comedy Panel For Your Consideration Event

Speaking to ET Online at the 2017 ATX Television Festival, Marta said: “That’s the saddest thing I’ve ever heard. That’s a terrible theory. That’s, like, that’s like crazy alt-television theory. Wow. I just think that someone needs a life. Someone needs a life, that’s all I’m saying.”

That isn’t the only wild theory about the show. It was previously suggested that fictional character Joey Tribbiani is a real person due to the appearance of Brent Spiner, who played Data in Star Trek. According to a post on Digital Spy, Spiner appeared in season 10 of Friends as the boss who interviews Rachel for a job at Gucci in 2004. He then appeared the next year as himself on spin-off show Joey – a show set in the same universe.


The theory claims that because Spiner played himself in Joey, but played a character on Friends, then the same is true for Joey Tribbiani. Isn’t it a bit confusing to be true?

Marta just found the perfect words to reply to the last theory.


To Top