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The original Friends theme song is already as real as it gets. But can you imagine what the it would sound like if Joey, Rachel, Ross, Monica, Chandler and Phoebe were living in during a global pandemic? One Tik Tok user named JC Stewart brilliantly described how the crew would probably cope in quarantine in his remake of the classic sitcom opener. The claps remain intact, of course. According to Stewart, quarantine life for the Friends would include opening the fridge multiple times a day and binge-watching Netflix's Tiger King series. Sound familiar?
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