So people watched "Jimmy Kimmel Live" Wednesday night.
They saw the "Friends" reunion and expected that to be the headline on Thursday morning.
Cue bomb drop.
A spokesperson for Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie announced Thursday morning they had married in a secret wedding in France. After two years of being engaged. No one saw it coming.
And suddenly, Jennifer Aniston's "Friends" stunt — just, you know, reuniting three of the biggest sitcom stars ever — was nothing.
That's not to say Brad and Angie did this on purpose, but it's an all-too-familiar narrative: lonely Jen vs. the happy couple.
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