Friends creators Marta Kauffman and David Crane have spoken about the hit series, which turns 25 this year.
After 10 years of friendship, romance, being on a break, a Vegas marriage and lots more on-again-off-again romance, Ross and Rachel finally got back together in the last ever episode to give Friends fans their happy ending.
She got off the plane, and the rest is… well, is left for us to imagine.
Fifteen years on from the final episode, where would Ross and Rachel be now? And what about baby Emma?
With a mum like Rachel Green, one thing we can be sure of is that the teenage Emma probably has a pretty stylish wardrobe.
But what else?
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Friends creators David Crane and Marta Kauffman spoke about what they think Ross and Rachel would be up to in 2019.
Proving it’s the question all Friends fans want to know the answer to, Kauffman revealed her rabbi once stopped her in a parking lot to demand to know what happened to the couple.
And those who are Team Ross and Rachel have nothing to worry about, it seems.
“I think they would still be together,” Kauffman said. “And as David Crane said, Emma would be in therapy.”
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Earlier this year, Jennifer Aniston gave her own thoughts on 2019 Ross and Rachel in an interview with NBC News.
“Yes. Absolutely,” she said, when asked if they were still together. “Emma’s grown up, she’s in college? High school? Let’s say junior high.”
See. They were each other’s lobsters after all. And if a Friends film ever gets made, we might get to see how Emma’s therapy worked out.