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Crap Bag Won't Appear in the Friends Reunion. This Is a Travesty

Justice for Crap Bag.

The Friends Reunion released its A-List star lineup on Friday (May 14), and while impressive, we can’t help but be disappointed. Because for whatever reason, Justin Bieber got a guesting spot and Paul Rudd didn’t. Or Cole Sprouse, George Clooney, Brad Pitt, and all the other iconic actors that played a part in Friends.

The reunion special will stream on HBO Max and HBO Go on May 27, but it won’t be an actual episode. Instead, it’ll feature the six stars of the show reliving the glory days and basking in the nostalgia of the Friends set. It’ll be the first time Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matthew Petty, David Schwimmer, and Matt LeBlanc have all appeared together in over a decade. Just the six of them all together back on the Friends lot will be enough to blow the minds of fans, but we’re sure the studios added this celebrity guest lineup to bump up the view. And we have to admit, with guest stars that include David Beckham, BTS, and Reese Witherspoon, we’re sure millions will tune in.


But how could they exclude Crap Bag? First name: Crap. Last name: Bag. Mr. No-Balls. Phoebe’s lobster. Instead, we’re getting… Jon Snow? We’re so confused, and even Twitter is upset.

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Not much we can do about it now since the special drops in a few weeks, but here’s a toast to Mike Hannigan, our favorite Friends recurring character—after Gunther and Janice, that is.

1| The One Where Mike is Awesome at Ping Pong

2| The One Where Mike Does Weird Air Piano

3| The One Where Mike Becomes Crap Bag

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5| The One Where Phoebe Becomes Mrs. No-Balls

6| The One Where Mike and Phoebe Get Married

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