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    Jennifer Aniston Feels There Is “A Whole Generation of People” Who Find ‘Friends’ Offensive

    Jennifer Aniston is a name that needs no introduction. Starting out with an uncredited role, Aniston got her first major role in 1993’s ‘Leprechaun.’ However, she gained global fame for her role as Rachel Green on the popular television sitcom ‘Friends‘ which ran for a decade.

    Despite being loved, there have been elements in the series that have been criticized by the younger generation. In a recent interview, the 54-year-old echoed this sentiment and said that there is a generation that finds it offensive. So let’s find out in detail what she said.

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    Jennifer Aniston Talks About Younger Generation’s Response To ‘Friends’

    Jennifer Aniston
    Jennifer Aniston

    Jennifer Aniston is easily one of the most popular cast members of the popular sitcom ‘Friends.’ The character Rachel Green and her haircut were immensely popular among the masses.

    However, over the years, certain things about the show have been called out. During the promotion of her upcoming film ‘Murder Mystery 2′, Aniston talked about it in an interview with AFP.

    There’s a whole generation of people, kids, who are now going back to episodes of ‘Friends’ and find them offensive,” Aniston said. “There were things that were never intentional and others … well, we should have thought it through — but I don’t think there was a sensitivity like there is now.”

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    Aniston Says The World Needs Humor

    Jennifer Aniston
    Jennifer Aniston

    Since there is much more awareness now of several issues, people quickly point out anything problematic in a film or a series. But Aniston still believes that the world needs humor.

    Everybody needs funny,” she said. “The world needs humor! We can’t take ourselves too seriously — especially in the United States. Everyone is far too divided.”

    When it comes to ‘Friends‘, the lack of any actor of color in the lead has been widely criticized. The show’s creators Marta Kauffman and David Crane have said that they would do things differently if they made the show today.

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