Emma from Friends replies to Chandler's famous 2020 joke from the sitcom, says she's 'woken up from her nap'
Noelle Sheldon played Emma, Ross and Rachel's daughter, on Friends, which completed 25 years in 2019.
Noelle Sheldon, the actress who played Ross and Rachel's daughter in the popular sitcom Friends, has recently replied to the viral joke Chandler cracked in a 2003 episode of the show, on the occasion of Emma's first birthday.
Noelle, who shared the role with her twin sister Cali Sheldon, took to social media and celebrated the New Year's Day with a Photoshopped image of herself with a Central Perk coffee mug and an image of the famous cafe in the background.
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For the uninitiated, Chandler, in the final season episode titled 'The One with the Cake,' gets irked when Emma refuses to wake up, since he is impatient to take off with Monica for their holiday. When Ross asks uncle Chandler to say something for the special birthday video he is clicking for Emma, he replies saying, "Hi Emma, it's the year 2020. Are you still enjoying your nap?"
Noelle is not the only one returning to their favourite memories from Friends. Her twin sister Cali had also posted a series of pictures to celebrate Friends turning 25.
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