WE'RE not exaggerating when we say this -Friends re-runs is about all that's keeping us entertained during the coronavirus lockdown.
Well it's time to put our knowledge to good use – as a virtual quiz about the hit sitcom is launching this week to raise money for the NHS.
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And let's just say – we couldn't BE any more excited.
Hosted by events company Eventures, the virtual quiz will be live-streamed on both Facebook and YouTube from 7:30pm on Friday 27 March.
Unlike traditional pub quizzes where you'd put money towards the jackpot, this virtual alternative asks players to give at least £2 on their JustGiving page to donate to the NHS in light of the coronavirus crisis.
But it's already shaping up to be more competitive than Rachel, Monica, Chandler and Joey's battle over the apartments – as over 160,000 Facebook users have signed up to the event.
Urging people in lockdown to take part, the Eventures team wrote: "We are on lockdown and times like these require us all to stick together and have fun and we want to help!
"This is the quiz that's guaranteed to find the biggest Friends fan. The One With The Virtual Quiz is an evening of getting more competitive than Ross and Monica at Thanksgiving."
Naturally, there isn't a prize for first place considering how many people are playing – but Eventures is urging people to people to form their own sweepstakes among themselves.
The quizmaster Laura Jones – who founded the events company – explained: "Get your pen & paper ready, and at 7.30pm on Friday night (27th), Hugsy and I will go live on our Facebook page and YouTube.
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There will be 80 questions, in 8 rounds of 10, giving the answers out after each round. The whole thing should take approx. 1.5 hours."
What's more, Eventure has already raised almost £6,000 for the NHS on their JustGiving page.
Consider this your 24 hour countdown… time to get boxset bingeing.
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