We’ve got three questions. What’s Monica’s pet peeve? What is Joey’s favourite food? What is Chandler Bing’s job? Ok, we’re still not sure on that last one, but if you yelled the answers for the first two, then you’re in welcome territory.
All4, Amazon Prime, Netflix
54 x 20 mins
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