Friends had viewers completely hooked from 1994 to 2004.
In fact we’d be willing to bet that a fair few of those fans still find themselves watching old episodes more often than not.
The show revolved around six main cast members – Chandler, Monica, Ross, Rachel, Phoebe and Joey.
But for a decade there were dozens of other characters who viewers couldn’t get enough of.
Here’s a look at ten supporting characters and what they’ve been up to since:
Gunther played by James Michael Tyler
He had the hots for Rachel
Gunther featured in more than 100 episodes between the first season and the last.
The manager of Central Perk, he provided the six friends with all their coffee needs.
Gunther eventually became known for his secret crush on Rachel and was even the person who told her when Ross did the dirty.
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Technically that means he was responsible for the whole ‘we were on a break’ fiasco.
Actor James Michael Tyler would go on to secure roles on shows such as Scrubs and Anger Management.
In 2012, he reunited with Matt LeBlanc – AKA Joey – on his new show Episodes.
Emily played by Helen Baxendale
Just don’t call her Rachel
Did anyone really like Emily? We guess Ross did.
The Brit was Ross’ second wife who derailed the Ross and Rachel love story in season four.
After Ross got her name wrong at the alter, she gave her hubby an ultimatum – her or Rachel.
Luckily Ross refused to give into her demands and that was the last we saw of Emily.
Actress Helen Baxendale was part of Cold Feet until 2003.
She now plays Lorna Thompson on BBC comedy Cuckoo.
Richard played by Tom Selleck
He was a smooth talker
Richard was Monica’s first love and her dad’s best friend.
A charming eye doctor, he split from Monica because they wanted different things in life.
Richard’s last appearance came when he tried to woo Monica away from Chandler.
It didn’t work and he was never seen again after Chandler and Monica got engaged in season six.
Actor Tom Selleck has starred in a number of movies since leaving Friends.
These days he’s perhaps best known for playing police commissioner Frank Reagan on Blue Bloods.
Julie played by Lauren Tom
She managed to catch Ross’ eye
Julie sprung on to the scene at the most inconvenient time.
Viewers were finally going to see Ross and Rachel get together when it was discovered Ross had fallen for Julie during a trip to China.
Ross would eventually kick Julie to the curb in season two.
Why? Because ‘she’s not Rachem’ as the list mistakenly read.
Actress Lauren Tom would go on to voice the character of Amy Wong on Futurama.
She also played Alison DiLaurentis’ lawyer in season five of Pretty Little Liars.
Janice played by Maggie Wheeler
She was a viewer favourite
OH. MY. GOD.
Those three words meant one thing – Janice was around.
Janice started off as Chandler’s love interest and would crop up every season in some way or another.
Storylines saw her sleep with Ross, give birth on the same day as Rachel, and wave Chandler off as he ‘moved’ to Yemen.
After Friends, actress Maggie Wheeler guest starred on shows such as How I Met Your Mother, ER and Without a Trace.
She also starred on five episodes of Californication in 2014.
Carol played by Jane Sibbett
Ross just wasn’t her type
Carol was Ross’ first wife who left him when she discovered she was a lesbian.
The divorced couple would welcome a son together – Ben – at the end of season one.
While most storylines saw her with wife Susan, a ‘what if’ episode saw her briefly reunite with Ross.
Even in an alternate universe they still couldn’t make it work.
Actress Jane Sibbett slowly started to wind down her life in front of the camera after leaving Friends.
These days she works as a successful theatre director.
Susan played by Jessica Hecht
Ross wasn’t always a fan
Susan was Carol’s girlfriend and later wife.
Originally her and Ross didn’t see eye to eye – especially when it came to choosing son Ben’s name.
They eventually managed to smooth things over after Ross was supportive about Susan’s wedding to Carol.
She was last seen in the ‘what if’ episode when Ross and Carol roped her in for a threesome.
Actress Jessica Hecht would go on to star in Oscar-winning film Sideways in 2004.
She recently played Walter White’s ex Gretchen on Breaking Bad.
Mona played by Bonnie Somerville
The timing wasn’t ideal
Mona instantly caught Ross’ eye when she appeared at Monica and Chandler’s wedding in season eight.
The relationship was hardly without its hiccups when they finally got together.
Not only did Ross find out he’d got Rachel pregnant, but he later changed the locks after regrettably giving Mona a key to his apartment.
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The final straw was when Ross sneakily moved Rachel into his home.
Actress Bonnie Somerville went on to win roles on shows such as The OC, NYPD Blue and Golden Boy.
She currently plays Christa Lorenson on Code Black.
Jack played by Elliott Gould
He always tried his best
Jack was Monica and Ross’ dad.
He always tried to be a good father – even supporting Monica when she began dating his mate Richard.
Unfortunately he didn’t always get it right.
Jack memorably spent Monica’s wedding fund and allowed all her possessions to be destroyed in an effort to protect his beloved Porsche.
After Friends, actor Elliott Gould would go on to reprise his role as Reuben Tishkoff in Ocean’s Twelve and Ocean’s Thirteen.
He’s since played Ezra Goldman in 13 episodes of Ray Donovan.
Judy played by Christina Pickles
She certainly had a favourite child
Judy was Jack’s wife, as well as Ross and Monica’s mum.
In Judy’s eyes Ross could do no wrong, while she liked picking up on ways Monica could improve.
She famously coined the term ‘pulled a Monica’ (even though she promised Doctor Weinberg she’d never use that phrase).
One of Judy last storylines saw her encouraging Ross to propose to Rachel in season eight.
Actress Christina Pickles went on to secure roles on shows such as How I Met Your Mother.
She also starred in a number of low-budget films while slowing winding down her acting career.