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Looks like all those Friends reunion rumors weren’t so far-fetched after all.

Jennifer Aniston appeared on last night’s episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live to discuss the show’s impending 20th anniversary and do a little reenactment in an exact replica of the apartment she and Courteney Cox’s character shared on the series.

Much to the viewer’s surprise, Aniston was joined on stage by former co-stars Lisa Kudrow and Courteney to act out a fan-fiction episode of the hit show.

Our only regret? That Ross, Joey, and Chandler couldn’t be there as well. Check out the full clip above.

This Sunday, Kardashian fans will finally get to see the exact moment Kourtney Kardashian told long-time boyfriend Scott Disick she was pregnant. Though this is the third child for the couple, Disick was still completely blindsided by the news. A clip from the upcoming episode shows Kourtney packing her children’s bags for an upcoming trip when Scott enters the room.

“Can you shut the door for a second?” the 35-year-old mother of two quietly asks. “I just wanted to tell you that I am pregnant.”

Lord Disick was left speechless. Check out the clip above and be sure to tune in to E! this Sunday at 9 p.m. ET.

Lifetime’s latest original film, The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story, airs this weekend, but if you’re anything like us, you’re chomping at the bit to get a sneak peek.

Fortunately for you, we’ve got the first five minutes of the controversial movie. Unlike previous trailers and clips, the opening scene shows no drama or animosity between the tween cast members and crew. Instead, the young actors are shown sitting side-by-side in a limo on their way to the show’s premiere. It was 1990 and, at the time, no one knew what a hit the series would be.

Find out more here.

Zach Galifianakis is making the jump from the silver screen to the small screen.

FX has ordered up 10 episodes of Baskets, a show co-created by Louis C.K., Galifianakis, and Jonathan Krisel. The show first aired as an unnamed pilot, which FX picked up in January.

Zach will star in the show as Chip Baskets, a man who ditches the corporate world to pursue his one true love: being a clown. Chip enrolls in the most prestigious clown college in Paris, but fails out in a truly hilarious turn of events. Down, but not out, Baskets takes the only clowning job he can get without any sort of education: the rodeo.

The show will air sometime in early 2016.

SOURCE: The Hollywood Reporter, Us Magazine, AV Club | PHOTO/VIDEO CREDIT: FX