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Kudrow, Cox reunite for 'Web Therapy'

June 23, 2009 at 10:43 AM   |   Comments

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LOS ANGELES, June 23 (UPI) -- Lisa Kudrow and Courteney Cox, former co-stars on the U.S. sit-com "Friends," have reunited for an episode of the Internet comedy series "Web Therapy."

The second season of the improvisational show starring the Webby-award winning Kudrow debuted online Tuesday. The season will feature guest appearances by Cox, Alan Cumming, Victor Garber and Steven Weber, the luxury automaker Lexus, which sponsors the show, said in a news release.

The Web series exclusively premiered last September on LStudio.com, the Lexus-owned broadband channel. The show is about Fiona Wallice, played by Kudrow, an online therapist of unspecified credentials, who operates a three-minute therapy practice as a way to "cut to the chase," Lexus said.

Cox, Cumming, Garber and Weber are to play Fiona's patients this season.

"'Web Therapy' allowed me to work with some incredibly talented people on a project that provided rare creative freedom," Kudrow said in a statement. "The ability to write, produce and act in a Web series with such high production value is incredibly rewarding."

All of Season 1's 15 webisodes can now be viewed on LStudio.com, YouTube and Hulu.

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