Lisa Kudrow: 'Friends' reunion was a one-off thing'

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Lisa Kudrow has urged "Friends" fans not to get their hopes of seeing the cast out at dinner up - because the show's stars have only reunited once.

The actress recently told Today show that although there's no chance of a TV or film reunion she and her castmates have arranged secret get-togethers, where they talk about old times over a meal.

But now Kudrow makes it clear the full cast only got together once - last summer.

"It happened once a year ago and that was the first time since we had finished the show," Lisa tells Access Hollywood Live, revealing Jennifer Aniston set up the dinner.

"It was just like, 'When is everyone gonna be in town?'" she recalls. "I think it was just sort of enough's enough... and it took months to actually get to that."

And the actress insists there's no way she'd show up at a Hollywood restaurant with her Friends pals - and cause havoc.

"We had to go to someone's house," she explains.

Lisa admits it was a great night out and it's such a pity that she and her former co-stars, Aniston, Courteney Cox, Matt Le Blanc, Matthew Perry, and David Schwimmer, are all too busy to hang out more often.

"We were just laughing all night, it was really fun," she adds. "We had a great time.

"Maybe we should do a show - it's just dinner, just the six of us... Everyone remembers something that someone else forgot... I don't remember anything... so it's all news to me."

Friends ended in 2004 after a hit 10-year run on TV.

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