If you ever thought to yourself that 'Friends' deserved the big-screen treatment, well, you're in luck.
No, there won't be a 'Friends' movie - that would be crazy, come on - but select episodes of the TV series / '90s cultural phenomenon will be screened in Irish cinemas next month as part of its 25th anniversary.
Four episodes - 'The One Where Monica Gets A Roomate', 'The One With The Blackout', 'The One With The Birth', and 'The One Where Ross Finds Out' - will be screened in cinemas on Sunday, December 8th and then a further four episodes will be screened on Wednesday, December 11th.
The episodes on that date will be 'The One With The Prom Video', 'The One Where No One's Ready' (arguably one of the best episodes of the entire series), 'The One With The Morning After', 'The One With The Embryos'.
Finally, a third run of episodes will be screened on December 15th, with episodes on that day including 'The One With Chandler In A Box', 'The One With Ross' Wedding', 'The One Where Everyone Finds Out', and 'The One Where Ross Gets High'.
Kind of says it all really that not a single one of these episodes is past Season 6, which is probably when 'Friends' should have ended. Not only that, how come they're not showing 'The One With The Football', yet they're showing 'The One Where Ross Gets High' instead?
Anyway, keep an eye on our cinema listings to see if your local cinema is showing them.