"The One Where My Rent Went Up $12,000," Cox perfectly captioned the pic.
Monica Gellar has returned home!
On Wednesday night, Courteney Cox, who played the character on the famous sitcom "Friends," shared a video of herself visiting the building that served as the outdoor location of the apartment Monica, Rachel, Chandler and the gang lived in on the hit series.
While outside the building, which is on the corner of Grove Street and Bedford Street in New York City, Cox waved goodbye to the camera and joked, "Goodnight guys, I'm going home," as the exact music the series used to switch scenes played in the background.
The show itself, however, was filmed on the Warner Brothers lot in Burbank, CA throughout it's 10 (incredible) seasons.
Cox also threw another hilarious nod to the NBC sitcom in the video's caption. "The One Where My Rent Went Up $12,000," she said, referring to the show's titles. "#friends #mollymcnearney #missthosedays." Molly McNearney, who we assume she was with, is Cox's close friend and Jimmy Kimmel's wife.
Cox has only been on Instagram for 51 days, but this is the third time she's posted about "Friends." Her first Instagram photo ever in January was a pic of Lisa Kudrow, Ellen DeGeneres and herself sitting on the famous orange Central Perk couch.
"Hello Instagram! I'm here with a little help from my friends," she captioned the pic at the time.
Earlier this month, Cox posted a video of her friends helping her move a piece of furniture through a hall in her house. Throughout the video, Cox yelled "Pivot!" multiple times, undoubtedly a reference to when Monica's brother Ross (David Schwimmer) screamed at Chandler (Matthew Perry) and Rachel (Jennifer Aniston) while they struggled to carry a couch up a narrow staircase. (Season 5, Episode 16: "The One With the Cop" if you're wondering.)
"Just another Friday night #pivot," she captioned the post.
Although a "Friends" reboot is constantly discussed amongst fans in today's age of revivals, nothing has been announced. Cox told People back in October that although she would like a reboot, she sadly doesn't see it happening.
"People ask us all the time, 'Will we ever do a remake?' That was a story about these group of people that are friends in their 30s who are finding themselves," she said. "I don't know if there's a way to redo it."
"I just don't see it happening," she added. "Even though I would do anything to be in a room with all of those people acting and having a great time. But I don't see it happening."
As long as Cox continues to give the world nostalgic "Friends" posts, we think we'll be okay.
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