Although Aniston seemingly isn't interested in dating right now, Stern still offered to set her up with someone -- the one thing the "Friends" alum revealed she "hates" about dating.
"Hey, listen, I just don't like being set up," she told Stern. "I don't like it. I hate it."
Aniston also revealed she visited a psychologist after her divorce from actor Justin Theroux to help process the split after her ex was pictured spending time with multiple actresses and models. The former couple, who tied the knot in 2015, split in late 2017 after two and a half years of marriage. They announced their separation that following February. Aniston was previously married to Brad Pitt from 2000 to 2005.
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In addition to discussing her love life, Aniston weighed in on the big question of whether or not she and her co-stars would ever be down for a "Friends" reboot. The actress famously starred as Rachel Green throughout all ten seasons of the now-iconic NBC sitcom, which just celebrated its 25th anniversary.
"We all miss it, every day," Aniston admitted. "We would love it [but] I really think there's an idea that if there's a reboot of the show it won't be even close to as good as what it was. So, why do it?"
"It would ruin it," she added.
Despite this, Aniston expressed how close she remains with her former castmates. In fact, over the weekend, Aniston reunited with fellow "Friends" alum Courteney Cox, Matt LeBlanc and David Schwimmer for a dinner at Cox's house.
"Everyone was there," Aniston recalled. "[David] Schwimmer was in town and we all happened to have a window of time, so we all got together...Oh my God, we laughed so hard."
Stern, who was seemingly amazed there was never bad beef between the co-stars, asked, "No one in that crew annoyed you?"
"Not one," Aniston replied. "Lightning in a bottle."
There's no doubt that "Friends" jumpstarted Aniston's career, however, before she joined the sitcom in 1994, the actress was asked to be on a completely different series: "Saturday Night Live." According to Aniston, "SNL" creator Lorne Michaels approached her multiple times about joining the sketch-comedy series.
Although she was "thrown" over Michaels even considering her to be on the show, Aniston turned the gig down, boldly telling Michaels "SNL" seemed like "such a boys club" and suggested the women on the show should have been "treated better."
"You're just not the brightest in your early 20s," she admitted to Stern.
Also during her time on Stern's Sirius XM show, Aniston weighed in on a fun topic: marijuana. Apparently one of Stern's staffers, JD, has never smoked weed, so the "Cake" actress gave him some advice.
Aniston was shocked that JD is 39-years-old and had never smoked before. "You really haven't?" she asked and JD replied, "I really have not." Luckily, Aniston had a few tips for his first time.
"Just pace yourself," she said. "It could be the worst day of your life or the best day of your life...Don't worry, you'll live."