Lisa Kudrow shockingly admits she never watches Friends reruns for fear she won't 'like' herself
Unlike the show's millions of fans, Lisa Kudrow just revealed she does not watch old episodes of Friends.
The actress, 55, revealed to ET Online she avoids reruns altogether because she worries she won't 'like' herself.
Kudrow's confession comes as the cast celebrates the show's 25th anniversary.
Who doesn't like Phoebe? Lisa Kudrow, 55, admitted to People in an new interview published Tuesday that she worries she won't 'like' herself, which is why she avoids watching Friends' reruns
Quarter decade: Kudrow's confession comes as the cast celebrates the show's 25th anniversary. Pictured in 2001
Friends first aired in 1994 and since then, the sitcom has been a fan favorite, commonly re-watched and binged by many.
But, in a twist, Lisa, who played the lovable Phoebe on the show, told the outlet she is not one of those people.
Instead, Kudrow said she 'didn't know the last time' she watched one of the old episodes.
'I don't watch it if it's on,' she said.
And her reason for not tuning in may shock fans.
Not a loyal viewer: According to the blonde, she refuses to re-watch her work because, 'I might not like myself, so I'd rather not risk that. Pictured on Season 2 of the series
According to the blonde, she refuses to re-watch her work because, 'I might not like myself, so I'd rather not risk that.
Not to worry though, because Lisa does often tune in for the bloopers at least, a tid bit she told People back in 2017.
'They make me laugh,' the comedian said at the time.
Another fond memory the mom of 21-year-old Julian has is of the time she spent filming the show's pilot episode.
'We were like little puppy dogs, just climbing all over each other and playing and playing games and wanted to be together all the time. It was fun,' she explained to ET Online.
In character: She later changed in to her character's outfit, an off-white coat, brown loafers and designer shades, while holding what appeared to be holding an urn
Now, Lisa is hard at work filming for upcoming new comedy, Mae and George.
The film is a biographical miniseries created by comedian Mae Martin and follows her journey as a recovering addict navigating everyday life.
In the series Lisa will play Mae's powerful and charismatic mother Linda.
Speaking about her new role, Lisa said: 'I'm thrilled to be playing Linda but I first fell in love with Mae and the scripts she and Joe (Hampson) wrote.'
'It's sweet and very funny and awkward and well observed,' she added.
Mae and George has been commissioned for E4 and Netflix, but a release date is yet to be announced.
She also has Bright Futures coming out, which she is narrating, along with Human Discoveries, a new television series starring Zac Efron and Anna Kendrick.
On set: The film is a biographical miniseries created by comedian Mae Martin and follows her journey as a recovering addict navigating everyday life