In a recent interview with Access Hollywood, Aniston and Witherspoon took a look back down memory lane and reenacted an iconic moment from when Witherspoon guest-starred on "Friends" as Rachel's (Aniston's) sister, Jill.
After being shown a still of the two on the infamous Central Perk couch, Witherspoon said, "Oh, that's sweet." Aniston responded, "Is this where you say the line that you love so much?”
"Well, we could say the lines," Witherspoon suggested and then asked Aniston, "Do you remember your line?"
While Aniston admitted she didn't remember her lines -- she was in 236 episodes after all -- Witherspoon helped out her pal and seemingly whispered the words in her ear. And action!
Aniston recalled, "I say, 'You can't have Ross!'"
And Witherspoon, as Jill, responded, "Can't have? Can't have? The only thing I can't have is dairy!"
"Friends" has been off the air for over 15 years, but the ladies absolutely killed it. Witherspoon, who starred in two episodes of the NBC sitcom back in 2000, shared the fun clip to her Instagram profile.
"One of the best parts of working with Jen is reliving my favorite lines from #FRIENDS! #theGreenSisters," she captioned the post. Check out the video, below!
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"The Morning Show" -- which was one of the first originals picked up to series at Apple for their new streaming service, Apple TV+ -- follows the "free fall of an early morning newscast in the wake of a scandal, and its struggle to survive in an era when news arrives in the palm of your hand," according to the show's description.
While there definitely are some comedic elements, "The Morning Show" is classified as "a high-stakes drama that pulls back the curtain on the morning news."
Aniston and Witherspoon are executive producing the project, which is directed by Mimi Leder and written by Kerry Ehrin ("Bates Motel"), who also serves as showrunner. "The Morning Show" also marks Aniston and Carell's return to series television after they starred on "Friends" and "The Office," respectively.