This Friends fan has found his lobster! At Comedy Central UK's FriendsFest—an annual celebration of all things Friends—a groom-to-be popped the question to his Friends-fanatic girlfriend with a sitcom-worthy proposal, inspired by Monica's proposal to Chandler on beloved TV show. Let's just call this "The One with the Proposal," shall we?
On season six of the '90s series, Courteney Cox's character Monica was the one to pop the question to Matthew Perry's Chandler Bing, after Chandler's original proposal plans were thwarted. She surprised her sitcom sweetheart by outfitting their apartment with dozens of romantic, flickering candles before getting down on one knee.
And in a moment epic enough to warrant one of Janice's patented Oh my gawd's, Friends fan Adam Fishlock copy-cated that memorable TV proposal down to the very last detail to pop the question to his girlfriend Claire Brierley.
After previously attending FriendsFest together and knowing that the event featured a replica of the show's iconic apartment, Fishlock thought it would make for the perfect proposal spot.
"We both absolutely love Friends, and we came to the very first FriendsFest within our first month of dating," Fishlock explained to Digital Spy. "When I saw that FriendsFest was back for a third year, I knew that it would be the perfect place to propose to Claire as the event means so much to us both."
After outfitting the space with tons of lit candles, just like Monica did for Chandler, the stage was set for the big moment. And duh, the bride-to-be said yes!
"FriendsFest was one of our first memories together, so it was so special when I walked through the door to Monica's apartment to see it had been filled with candles, just like the Friends episode," said the bride-to-be.
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"When Adam appeared from around the corner, went down on one knee, and proposed, I couldn't believe he had done all this for me. It was such a magical moment, one that we will remember forever!"
Can these two Friends fanatics throw a Friends-themed wedding now, please?