Pull on your binge-watch pants and throw your hair up into a messy bun because everybody’s favorite sitcom Friends comes to Netflix this month!
To celebrate the beginning of your laptop hibernation, we’ve created a list of the show’s best cameos over its long 10 seasons in no particular order, including Hugh Laurie, Dermot Mulroney, Anna Faris and a particularly hilarious Brad Pitt. (Beware: spoilers below.)
Season 6, Episodes 13-14
Reese Witherspoon plays Rachel’s sister, Jill, who goes on a date with Ross, which makes Rachel very uncomfortable.
Freddie Prinze Jr.
Season 9, Episode 6
For those still stuck in the 90s, Freddie Prinze Jr.’s guest spot as male nanny Sandy is one to watch. Sandy applies to be Emma’s nanny and, although Rachel loves him, Ross is pretty skeptical.
Robin Williams and Billy Crystal
Season 3, Episode 24
This quickie cameo has Robin Williams and Billy Crystal squeezing on the couch with the gang at Central Perk as Williams’ character sobs over the fact that his wife is having an affair. Only hilarious besties like Crystal and Williams could make this moment more comical than awkward.
Season 4, Episode 23-24
After Rachel decides to hop on the next plane to London and declare her love for Ross, Hugh Laurie plays her disinterested and highly annoyed seatmate.
Season 1, Episodes 16-17
In an effort to boost ratings, NBC brought George Clooney and Noah Wyle to Friends’ fledgling first season as ER docs who treat Rachel and then go on a date with her and Monica.
Season 10, Episodes 19-20
Another one of Rachel’s airplane seatmates, in the series’ penultimate episode Rash’s character freaks out after Phoebe (in an effort to stop Rachel from leaving) warns that there’s something wrong with the plane’s “left phalange.” He becomes even more agitated after the flight attendant informs him that the plane doesn’t even have a left phalange.
Season 9, Episodes 11-13
Dermot Mulroney plays Gavin Mitchell, who serves as Rachel’s replacement while she’s on maternity leave. After she returns, the two briefly date.
Season 10, Episodes 9, 13, 16, 19-20
Who could forget Anna Faris as Erica, the ditzy mother of Chandler and Monica’s adoptive children who didn’t realize that she was actually having twins?
Season 8, Episode 9
Filmed back when Jennifer Aniston and Bradd Pitt were actually married (Remember those days?) Pitt plays Ross’ high school best friend and a former member of the “I Hate Rachel Club.” If you ever have a friend who doubts Pitt’s comedic skills, make them to watch this episode.