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Lost “Friends” scripts from London to hit auction block after decades in the garbage

EntertainmentLost "Friends" scripts from London to hit auction block after decades in the garbage

## Lost “Friends” scripts from London to hit the auction block after decades in the garbage

Can you believe it? Two original “Friends” scripts, parts one and two of “The One With Ross’s Wedding,” are finally hitting the auction after being discarded in a London trash can 25 years ago.

So, here’s the tea. These scripts made up the season four finale back in 1998, where the gang hilariously traveled to England for Ross’s wedding. But here’s the kicker – after wrapping up the shoot, everyone involved was ordered to destroy their copies to avoid any plot leaks. Sounds dramatic, right?

But hold onto your hats, because the story doesn’t end there. Fast forward 25 years, and these long-lost gem scripts resurfaced when a retired staff member stumbled upon them at the TV studio where the show was filmed. Leave it to a behind-the-scenes hero to save the day!

## A Fortunate Discovery

The former staff member, whose identity remains a mystery, stumbled upon the scripts in a bin just weeks after filming wrapped. Talk about a lucky find! Their initial reaction was, “I wasn’t sure what to do with them, so I just put them in my office drawer.” Can you imagine stumbling upon such a treasure?

## From Bedside Table to Auction Block

It’s like something out of a movie – the scripts were forgotten, stashed in a bedside table, and then rediscovered years later. Only then were they taken to the auction house, Hansons, for appraisal. The former employee confessed, “Funnily enough, I’m not a big Friends fan. American humor is different to ours. These scripts deserve to be owned by a big ‘Friends’ fan.” Well, I can’t argue with that!

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## The Anticipation Builds

The head of operations at the auction house, Amanda Butler, has no idea how much the scripts might fetch at auction. She mentioned they’re expecting anywhere between £600-£800, roughly $765-$1,022. However, with the show’s massive global fanbase, who knows? These scripts could be the ultimate collector’s item for die-hard fans!

## Wrap-Up

So, mark your calendars because the bidding begins on Friday. But hey, before I go, did you hear about Matthew Perry, aka Chandler Bing? Rest in peace; it’s a tough loss for all of us.

So, there you have it – a piece of “Friends” history is making a comeback. Who knows, maybe one of us will be the lucky winner at the auction.

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