The One With the Imaginary “Friends” Barbie-inspired Doll Sets

published Oct 2, 2021
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Oh. My. Gawd! “Friends” fans, get ready because this company has reimagined the change as pretty cool Barbie-inspired doll sets, immortalizing some of the show’s most iconic scenes.

If you’ve watched all 236 episodes, have played a game of TheToyZone, Ross, Rachel, Chandler, Monica, Phoebe, and Joey can be reimagined as Barbie-inspired dolls, bringing a new dimension to some of the most memorable episodes.

From Monica’s turkey head and Ross’s leather pants to the unforgettable wedding dresses scene, the team brought fan-favorite “Friends” episodes to life with these fun imagined doll sets.

In season five episode 11, Ross decides to experiment with leather pants. The “Ross Leather Pants” set would include a Ross doll, a pair of leather pants,  some greasy cosmetic products to help you get Ross’s leather pants back on, and a ’90s telephone so he can call Joey for some (un)helpful advice.

Who can forget The One With All the Thanksgivings? After Chandler discovers the truth about how Monica caused him to lose his toe way back in ’88, Monica resolves to win him over by… dancing with a (real) turkey on her head. In the “Monica Thanksgiving” set, there’s a Monica doll, a pair of sunglasses, and, of course, the Thanksgiving turkey.

Could I be wearing any more clothes? Yes, Joey, you can, thanks to the “Joey & Chandler No One’s Ready” set. To complete the Joey collection, Tribbiani fans will also love the “Joey Porsche” set.  Porsche cap, Porsche bomber jacket, and Porsche fanny pack = Porsche guy.

Other sets include the “Monica, Rachel & Phoebe Wedding Dresses” set, and the infamous “Holiday Armadillo” set, which is, of course, would be the perfect holiday gift for any “Friends” fan.

Each set was designed for TheToyZone by concept artist Margarita Zhitnik who worked with the brand’s art director and the rest of the design team to create these sets.

Although the sets aren’t actually real and are sadly unavailable for purchase, I, for one, definitely think they would do very well as an actual product for superfans to enjoy. Scroll through below to see all of the designs.

Credit: The Toy Zone
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