Jennifer Aniston wiped away tears on Sunday during a televised tribute to legendary television director James Burrows.
The 47-year-old actress joined her Friends castmates as they gathered to celebrate the career of the 75-year-old director during the two-hour special show.
Aniston took to the stage to honor Burrows along with Friends co-stars Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer and Matt LeBlanc.
与安妮斯顿一同登台纪念导演职业生涯的还有《老友记》中她的几位搭档，柯特妮·考克斯, 丽莎·库卓, 大卫·修蒙和马特·勒布朗。
The show was hosted by Bravo star Andy Cohen and featured more than 40 actors who were directed by Burrows on shows such as The Big Bang Theory, Frasier, Will & Grace and Mike & Molly.
LeBlanc told him that his favorite Joey moment was the episode where Ross gets hit in the face with a hockey puck.
Cox then told Cohen that her favorite episode was 'The One With the Blackout' from the first season, where Ross is on the balcony with a cat clawing his back.
Schwimmer said Burrows told him to keep going with the cat on his back until he called cut 'but he never did.'
But despite its huge success, the stars have made no secret of why they are no longer interested in revisiting their characters.