The actor plays Chandler’s (Matthew Perry’s) new roommate after a falling out between Chandler and Joey (Matt Le Blanc) causes Joey to move out on his own.
follows a recently separated mother (Witherspoon) of two whose new life in Los Angeles is overturned when she decides to take in three young, charismatic guys (Pico Alexander, Nat Wolff and Jon Rudnitsky) who become part of her unconventional family.
Michael Sheen, Candice Bergen and Lake Bell co-star.
The familiarity of the material extends to Lauren’s decision between the well-oiled ladies’ man and the solid, dependable type.
Quite recently, Witherspoon was looking at the same choice in How Do You Know. Brooks’s great, humane film searched out emotional individuality within Owen Wilson and Paul Rudd’s bad-boy/nice-guy archetypes, This Means War‘s temperamentally shallow director, Mc G, deals strictly in readymades.
In real life, though, Witherspoon takes the higher moral ground.
"Sexual politics are always changing; that's life and you kind of have to go with the flow – but no, I never dated two people at the same time.
It’s there they meet the doctors and then attempt to keep the identity swap going on a double date.
Adam Goldberg Though he can now be seen on FX’s hit show “Fargo,” Adam Goldberg spent some time on “Friends” as Eddie Menuek in the second season.
, which follows a newly-single mom falling in love with a much younger guy.
Recently separated from her husband, (Michael Sheen), Alice (Witherspoon) decides to start over by moving back to her hometown of Los Angeles with her two young daughters.
The couple married a year ago in a ceremony at her ranch in Ojai, California.