Friends: Phoebe Buffay’s lobster theory debunked by expert | TV & Radio | Showbiz & TV

Friends: Phoebe Buffay’s lobster theory debunked by expert | TV & Radio | Showbiz & TV

Friends star Phoebe Buffay (played by Lisa Kudrow) has always been known for her classic one-liners as perhaps one of the most unique member of the group.

Fans will remember her for her performances at Central Perk which admittedly seemed to gather mixed reviews.

However, it is some of Phoebe’s strange advice that seems to have come under fire after an expert debunked the myth behind one of her key lines in season two.

Fans who have been rewatching season two may remember Phoebe and Ross Geller’s (David Schwimmer) chat about Lobsters.

In the 14th episode of season two titled The Prom Video, Phoebe explains to Ross Geller (David Schwimmer) her theory about how everyone has their own soulmate.

She compares finding a soulmate to lobsters, saying: “It’s a known fact that lobsters fall in love and mate for life.

“You can actually see old lobster couples walkin’ around their tank, ya know, holding claws.”

Towards the end of the episode, Phoebe gathers more confidence in the theory as the gang watch an old prom video.

The tape shows Ross attempting to salvage Rachel Green’s (Jennifer Aniston) night after her date doesn’t show up.

Rachel is flattered by the footage, realising Ross tried to be her night in armour.

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She turns and kisses Ross, prompting Phoebe to proclaim “See? He’s her lobster!”

Despite Phoebe often coming out with strange advice, many people have believed the Lobster theory to be true as it has become a common saying over the years.

However, it seems Phoebe had it all wrong as a marine biologist has recently debunked the “she’s your lobster” theory almost 25 years later.

Speaking to E! News, Ready Seafood’s in-house marine biologist Curt Brown said: “Lobsters, by nature, are not monogamous and do not pair for life.

“A dominant male will actually mate with multiple females during encounters that last days to weeks. A literal example of ‘love on the rocks’!”

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