Some People Have A Bizarre ‘Friends’ Theory That Rachel Dreamed The Whole Show
It has been over ten years since the last episode of the iconic sitcom Friends aired, but people of course still adore the show as a new generation is now discovering it thanks to Netflix and reruns on television. But even though it has been over a decade since the show wrapped up, there are some folks out that that believe Rachel Green, played by the lovely Jennifer Aniston, dreamed the whole show.
A Twitter user named Ted Fox realized that on the cover of the season four Friends DVD box art Aniston is the only one with her eyes open as her pals are all sleeping. And of course he wanted an explanation. Take a look at this tweet below.
Why is Rachel the only one ?
— Ted Fox (@thetedfox) July 7, 2017
And Twitter was of course quick to chime in with their theories about all this.
Here is what I believe Friends is really about. pic.twitter.com/hziUHAKVVX
— Phil Dunne (@lovetherobot) July 7, 2017
She’s the only one who’s actually alive. They all died in episode one & every episode since is in her imagination.
— Jack Murphy (@JackDMurphy) July 7, 2017
Holy hell that’s dark. Here’s another.
The whole show was all a fantasy made up by Rachel to escape her loveless unhappy marriage to Barry. She starts it by running from the altar
— Jon Perry (@heyitsmeyonboy) July 7, 2017
But wait, plenty of people believe this.
Rachel had a breakdown, she moved into a mental hospital not an apartment. The rest are fellow patients
It was an elaborate coping mechanism
— Sehri (@FromSehri) July 7, 2017
The first thing I noticed wasn’t her open eyes, but her wearing a wedding dress. No one else is wedding ready.
— Chelsea (@Braysmomma423) July 8, 2017
Ted also added this…
#Friendsgate deepens …
Assign each letter of the alphabet a number.
Total both character & actor names.
— Ted Fox (@thetedfox) July 8, 2017
But I think the following tweet explains it all.
She alone knows the truth. She has seen beyond the veil, and knows that there is no way she should be able to afford that apartment
— Woodstock’s dad (@Burghpunk) July 7, 2017
I’m just going to assume that most shows are all a dream now.