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You Can Finally Take Pics On That Iconic "Friends" Couch Right Here In Dallas This Month

Ever since the very first "How you doin'?" we have been hooked on Friends. With the show's 22nd anniversary coming up, tons of people are planning fan-worthy celebrations. While binge watching the entire show for the 22nd time is a great idea (before Netflix takes it away), what better way to celebrate than by sitting on that iconic Friends orange couch in Dallas?

Luckily for you, you don't have to travel far for this Friends pop-up. It's not quite Central Perk, but from Sept. 13 to the 29 the bright orange couch will be placed in Klyde Warren Park to honor the show's legacy. Over the years the couch has become an extremely recognizable symbol for the show, and this couch will be a complete copy of the one from the show. Visitors will be able to visit the couch with their friends and take pictures for free!

So now that we know that you know that we know this is happening, you can stop by and play that famous theme song with your lobster. The show had a 10-season run, but that has never stopped fans from loving the show past its cancellation in 2004. Just check out all of these pictures of fans visiting all of the Friends pop ups around the country.

Dallas fans are lucky because the couch will also be popping up at Reunion Tower Sept. 16 to 30. The stars have gone on to work on other shows and films, but the world will always know them as our favorite group of friends. Those friends are just like our very own, right?

Klyde Warren Park is open from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. every day of the week and if you do happen to stop by late at night, don't forget your knowledge of Unagi. The park is located at 2012 Woodall Rodgers Fwy, Dallas, TX 75201. For more information on this experience and to see what other cities the couch will show up in, you can visit the website here.

Right across the street from the park is the Dallas Museum of Art which has an amazing Dior exhibit featuring tons of designs even Rachel would be jealous of. 

This article’s cover image was used for illustrative purposes only. The image was taken at Central Perk NY.

Friends Iconic Couch Pop-Up

Price: Free

When: Sept. 13-29

Address: 2012 Woodall Rodgers Fwy., Dallas, TX 75201

Why You Need To Go: You can sit on the iconic Friends couch for free in celebration of its 22 anniversary.

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