VIDEO Friends Opening Scene Recreated as Hamsters!

VIDEO Friends Opening Scene Recreated as Hamsters!

“Friends” was a hilarious sitcom that ran from 1994 to 2004 and reruns of the show can be seen on various of the channels on television still today. With its six main characters, the “Friends” of the show, Ross, Monica, Chandler, Rachel, Joey, and Phoebe, the show outlined the lives of six different people who fostered a friendship amongst themselves while dealing with the trials and tribulations of aspects of everyday life!

Anyway, the reason I offered that short introduction about the show is that the newest viral video on the internet shows the opening of “Friends”, which features the main cast in numerous scenes of the show, with the theme song playing in the background. The theme song chimes, “I’ll be there for you, like I’ve been there before. I’ll be there for you, like I’ve been there before.” Hamsters have been used to recreate this opening to the show, which ran for ten seasons, and in each season, the opening was different.

I know I think of the show a lot. I reference it in many memorable moments with my own friends in my life. I watch it when I want to relax or unwind with something I find really humorous and tasteful. Since it is now 2015 and the show ended in 2004, that is quite some time to not have Friends, but it is assuredly on the air still today, as I stated before, all you have to do is look on Nickelodeon around 8:00 pm or KTLA around 11 pm or TBS in the afternoon weekdays.

As some may know, in the actual opening, the cast dances around a fountain. This is obviously a more adorable taken on it! According to Huffington post, Ross’ rodent form was not included in this reunion. The cast’s names are also replaced by “Hamster” this and “Hamster” that.

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