The cast of “Friends” is celebrating their 25th anniversary with touching tributes, but they’re trolling one major star from the hit series in the process.
Two of the cast members made sure to poke fun at their co-star Jennifer Aniston, who they couldn’t tag in their anniversary posts because she doesn’t have social media.
Cox shared a photo of the five TV icons and wrote, “Celebrating a Thursday night 25 years ago. Thank you to all of our loyal fans across the world. You’ve certainly been there for us!”
Adding, “I love these guys!” and tagging her beloved friends, she made sure to include the hashtag, “seriously jen?”
Cox also made sure to blast Matthew Perry for not having an Instagram.
Kudrow dedicated her post to trolling her non-Instagram co-stars too.
Sharing the same photo as Cox, she wrote, “We might be in different places but we are connected.”
Following it up, she hashtagged Perry’s Twitter handle and “COME ON ALREADY JEN!”
Schwimmer made sure to pay homage to his “Friends” co-stars and also thanked fans in his tribute.
“THANK YOU to all the fans out there!! We couldn’t have done it without you,” the actor said. “Big love to the other five.”
He included the theme song as a hashtag, writing, “STILL THERE FOR YOU!”
LeBlanc, who recently celebrated his 52nd birthday, shared the same pic as his castmates.
“Seems like yesterday. Thanks to all the fans for watching,” he wrote.
“Friends” made its TV debut on Thursday, September 24, 1994 for the first time and quickly became a fan favorite in the sitcom world.
It lasted 10 seasons and stayed on the air until 2004.
Fans were hoping “Friends” would come back on television for a 25th reunion special.
Although, Aniston, Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow have certainly teased with the idea, the “Friends” creator shut those rumors down this week.