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Friends Fan Theory Explains How the Characters Always Snagged That Prime Orange Couch

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There are plenty of fan theories surrounding the hit sitcom Friends, 美女视频黄频大全视频including one that claims Rachel actually dreamed the entire show and another which suggests Phoebe was hallucinating the entire time. But even after the sitcom ended in 2004, there is one burning question that remains unanswered: How did the gang always manage to sit at the orange couch when they went to Central Perk?

The coffee shop is located in New York City, one of the most densely populated cities on the planet, so it seems pretty unlikely Monica, Ross, Joey, Phoebe, Rachel, and Chandler could get their spot every time they stopped in for their (many) cups of coffee. But according to , Friends actor James Michael Tyler, who played Gunther, told there's one fan theory about it that "makes a lot of sense."

The theory suggests that Gunther was the reason the crew was always able to grab the couch. In some scenes, there's even a "reserved" sign on the coffee table in front of the orange sofa. Why would he purposely reserve the table? According to the theory, it's because of his enormous crush on Rachel.

While Tyler says he never personally placed the sign on the coffee table, he told , "That was probably one of the set designers, I'm guessing, maybe one of the writers … I'm not sure who was responsible for that. But I do remember seeing that." He continued, "It never really occurred to me why it was there, but it makes a lot of sense [that Gunther put it there] in retrospect."

Now that you have that question answered, learn why some fans think the crew's incessant coffee drinking was just a long Starbucks marketing ploy by heading here.

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You Can Win Two Nintendo Switch Consoles While Donating to COVID-19 Relief

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Since its debut in March 2017, the Nintendo Switch has been one of the most popular video game consoles on the market, 52 million units worldwide in just three years. But with that type of success comes scarcity—and if you’re looking to pick up your own Switch, well, .

The console has seen supply problems for the past few months due to the coronavirus美女视频黄频大全视频 pandemic, and used and are selling for well over the sticker value online. But with a little luck on your side, you could win two brand-new Switch consoles, thanks to this sweepstakes .

美女视频黄频大全视频Your first entry into the sweepstakes is free, but if you want to increase your chances, you can donate $10 for 100 entries, $25 for 250, $50 for 1000, or $100 for 2000. Those donations will then go International Medical Corps’s Epidemic Response Team—made up of doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals—in their worldwide efforts against the coronavirus outbreak. This support includes everything from essential training for healthcare providers and equipment deployment to the administering of medicine and community outreach.

Along with the two Switch consoles, the winner will also receive two Ring Fit Adventure bundles, two Mario Kart wheels, and $600 to spend on more games. The deadline to enter is June 16, with the winner being announced on or around July 1. You can enter for yourself .

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You Can Stream Prince and the Revolution’s ‘Live 1985’ Concert to Support Coronavirus Relief Efforts

Prince performs during the Purple Rain tour in 1985.
Prince performs during the Purple Rain tour in 1985.
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On March 30, 1985, near the end of their famed Purple Rain tour, Prince and the Revolution performed a concert in Syracuse, New York, which was filmed and later released on VHS. Though the audio tracks were included on an expanded edition of Purple Rain Deluxe美女视频黄频大全视频 in 2017, the concert video itself hasn’t exactly been easy to come by.

This weekend, however, you can on YouTube. Variety, The Prince Estate teamed up with YouTube and Google to make the full two-hour concert available in order to raise money for the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organization. It’s technically free to watch, but there’s also an option to donate to the fund below the video—and Google has pledged to match those donations, up to a total of $5 million.

The concert was posted on YouTube on Thursday night, May 14, and it will stay up until this Sunday, May 17, at 11:59 p.m. EST. If you never got a chance to see Prince perform live and haven’t gotten around to mining the internet for footage, this is the perfect place to start. The concert features classics like “1999,” “Little Red Corvette,” “I Would Die 4 U,” and, of course, “Purple Rain,” and Prince exhibits so much rockstar flair that you’d think he’d been performing this particular set since infancy. Minnesota Public Radio’s Andrea Swensson also hosted a Q&A with Revolution drummer Bobby Z., which you can watch .

You can relive the magic of Prince’s Purple Rain tour on audio, too—the concert album is now available on music streaming services.

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