Is this ‘Friends’ DVD cover trying to tell us something? 

Could there be anymore Friends fan theories? Yes, yes there can – and this one seems to be sticking with many.

The Twitter world recently exploded when one user, @TheTedFox, struck a chord with ’90s fans while questioning one character’s pose on the Friends season 4 box.

All six Friends are pictured lying in bed together, however Rachel’s (Jennifer Aniston) eyes are the only ones open. Not only are they open, they appear wide-eyed, almost as if she’s gazing off into a fantasy.

Friends Season 4 Rachel's Eyes photo via Twitter

That’s all it took for Friends fans across the globe to explode into a plethora of replies.

Some believe the pose emphasizes Rachel being the only “woke” member of the crew.

Season 4 Friends Theory Woke screen grab via Twitter

 

season 4 friends theory rachel woke screen grab via Twitter

 

season 4 friends theory rachel green woke screen grab via Twitter

Jokes aside, Rachel was very woke in her interview with Mr. Zelner… they might be on to something.

friends rachel green interview mr zellner screen grab via YouTube

Others theorized a darker answer—Rachel murdered all of the Friends, so she’s the only one left alive.

rachel green murdered friends season 4 screen grab via Twitter

 

season 4 friends theory rachel green murder screen grab via Twitter

 

friends theory season 4 rachel murders screen grab via Twitter

The majority of replies, however, landed on the answer that it was all Rachel’s dream. Yes, all of it. From the season opener, with Rachel sitting in the dress she’s supposed to get married in, all of it was a fabricated dream in order to escape the reality of her future, unhappy life with Barry. One fan in particular, user @lovetherobot, tweeted his theory with a full explanation.

 

Season 4 Friends Theory Explanation picture via Twitter

So did she ever waitress at the Central Perk? Date her assistant, Tad? GO ON A BREAK WITH ROSS? Were these all just made-up events?!

Let’s all just agree it’s a moo point.

moo point friends gif via GIPHY

Samantha Reichstein

Samantha Reichstein

Samantha Reichstein is a former intern for the Daily Dot whose work focused on entertainment and politics. She's written for the Bump, the Nest, the Knot, the Austin American-Statesman, Austin Way Magazine, and Broadway World TV.