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Jennifer Aniston, Matthew Perry, and Courteney Cox Reunite For a Super Cute "Friends" Bit on "Ellen"

By Dustin Rowles | Videos | May 22, 2013 | Comments ()

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Courteney Cox has done Matthew Perry's show, Jennifer Aniston has done Courteney Cox's old show, and I'm sure they've done other things together at some point, somewhere, but it's always been in character. In this bit -- as Aniston prepares to co-host "Ellen" -- they're themselves, though they're making references to their "Friends" past.

It's cute. And for "Friends" fans, pretty fun.

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  • Three_nineteen

    Not sure what you mean by Cox's old show - the tabloid one? But Jennifer Aniston has also guest-starred on Cougar Town, which is still on the air (yay!)

  • TheOriginalMRod

    Matthew is looking a little chunk-a-chunk-a.

  • Pentadactyl

    Don't say "Go on". Ok, I laughed at that.

  • Bert_McGurt

    "...and I’m sure they’ve done other things together at some point, somewhere, but it’s always been in character."

    Could this threesome BE any more awesome?

  • fribbley

    I enjoyed that :)

  • Carrie/Teabelly

    I thought that was painful. And not just Courtney Cox's face.

  • bertato

    I think that.... JenniferAniston... IsUnableToSpeakAnyOtherWay.... thanWordsStrungQuicklyTogether,InteruptedBy..... AwkwardPauses.
    Seriously, she's one of those people who doesn't so much 'act' as 'memorizes lines and then delivers them in the same voice and manner she speaks in all the time anyway.'

  • the dude

    It's shiny... too shiny. I don't know if she's been using or not but honestly she looks pretty good.

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