- Courteney Cox, who played Monica Geller on Friends, revisited the building where the exterior of her apartment on the hit '90s show was filmed.
- The actress posted a sweet Instagram video paying tribute to the show, where she pretended to "go home" and played transition music from the series.
- Cox just joined Instagram in January, but she's posted a few Friends tributes on the app since then.
Courteney Cox is relatively new to Instagram, but she's already defeating us all at the throwback game. The actress posted a video yesterday of her old "apartment" on Friends, sending her fans and followers on a nostalgic trip.
The clip shows Cox walking towards a building in New York City's West Village that was used to shoot the exterior of her character Monica's apartment in the hit '90s sitcom. "The One Where My Rent Went Up $12,000," she captioned the post, referencing the signature format of Friends' episode titles. She also threw in the hashtag "#missthosedays," hitting us right in the feels.
"Goodnight, guys! I'm going home," Cox says in the video as she walks towards the building. That classic Friends transition music even starts to play as the camera pans upwards.
This hasn't been Cox's only callback to Friends on Instagram. When she first started her account in January, Ellen DeGeneres helped her stage her first photo on the app. The daytime host recreated the Central Perk set from the show and even invited Lisa Kudrow (AKA Phoebe Buffay) for a surprise mini reunion.
Since then, Cox has continued to pay tribute to her former co-stars and real-life pals on the app. In February, she shared a photo with Jennifer Aniston (Rachel Green) for her birthday. "The world definitely got brighter the day this girl was born. Happy birthday sweetheart! I Love you! ♥️," she wrote.
She later shared a throwback photo with Kudrow and a cute dog on the beach.
It looks like these Friends 'grams are the closest we'll ever get to a full-on reboot.
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