If you're short on plans this Thanksgiving, you might want to consider the Friendsgiving event taking place at Warner Bros. Studio this fall.
Created as part of the Warner Bros. Studio Tours in California, the Friendsgiving event is essentially a Thanksgiving dinner based on one of the most iconic episodes of the hit show 'Friends.' The event starts with a 90-minute tour that takes fans through all of the most iconic scenes from the sitcom, including the fountain in the opening credits, Central Perk, and Stage 24 where the show was filmed. The tour concludes with a trip to the Studio’s Commissary Fine Dining room, where fans will be served a full Thanksgiving meal. And if you're wondering whether Ross’ “Moist Maker” sandwich has made it to the menu, that particular addition "is still being decided."
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The Friendsgiving Event is Based on an Episode of 'Friends'
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