Joey and Chandler’s bromance in Friends is named best on-screen friendship of all time by poll

Joey and Chandler’s bromance in Friends is named best on-screen friendship of all time by poll

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JOEY and Chandler’s bromance in sitcom Friends has been named the best on-screen friendship of all time.

The relationship of Matt LeBlanc and Matthew Perry’s characters, which played out over 10 seasons of the popular sitcom, was voted most memorable in TV and film.

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Joey and Chandler are everyone’s favourite New York pals[/caption]

A study of 2,000 Brits also named the kinship between fellow Friends alumni Monica and Rachel (Courteney Cox and Jennifer Aniston) as the second-best.

Harry Potter and Ron Weasley (Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint) were third in the poll to mark the 25th anniversary of Friends.

Woody and Buzz from Toy Story and Carrie Bradshaw’s gang in Sex and the City completed the top five.

Alan Bickerton, area general manager of MGallery Hotels UK, celebrating the 25th anniversary of Friends, said: “A best friend is a special thing which many of us treasure in our lives, but few friendships are as perfect as those portrayed in Friends.

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Friends Monica and Rachel came in at a close second place[/caption]

“It’s unsurprising that, even when pitted against wizards, living toys, and timeless friendships like that between Christopher Robin and Winnie the Pooh, the friendships which please us most are those that we can relate to and laugh along with.

“Many of us have spent hundreds of hours doing just that when Friends was on the air.”


  1. Joey & Chandler — Friends
  2. Monica & Rachel — Friends
  3. Harry Potter and Ron Weasley
  4. Woody and Buzz — Toy Story
  5. Sex and the City girls
  6. Thelma and Louise
  7. Fred Flintstone, Barney Rubble
  8. Shrek and Donkey
  9. Christopher Robin and Winnie-the-Pooh
  10. Starsky and Hutch


Harry and Ron’s friendship was simply magic[/caption]

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Woody and Buzz are an iconic childhood friendship[/caption]

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The Sex and The City ladies are the definition of girl power[/caption]

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