Jennifer Aniston as Rachel Green, David Schwimmer as Ross Geller, Courteney Cox as Monica Geller, Matt LeBlanc as Joey Tribbiani, Lisa Kudrow as Phoebe Buffay, Matthew Perry as Chandler Bing.
(Reisig & Taylor/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)
Monica Geller is back home — well, sort of.
Courteney Cox, who portrayed the beloved neat freak on “Friends,” revisited their iconic New York City apartment building on Thursday.
“Where My Rent Went Up $12,000,” Cox subtitle a Instagram clip, tagging Jimmy Kimmel’s screenwriter wife and close pal Molly McNearney.
COURTENEY COX RECREATES ‘FRIENDS’ SCENE ON INSTAGRAM
In the video, Cox walks in the direction of the brick building, located at 90 Bedford Street, and turns to face the camera.
“Good night, boys. I go home,” said Cox as she continued walking.
Throughout the show, characters, explained that the two-bedroom apartment in the West Village was formerly the property of Monica and Ross’ (David Schwimmer) grandmother. In one of the episodes, Monica and Rachel (Jennifer Aniston) were threatened to be kicked out of the rent-controlled apartment with his signature purple walls after their super discovered that they sublet illegally.
In the final season, Monica and Chandler (Matthew Perry) is emptied out of the apartment as they prepared to move to a bigger house in Westchester County, where they could get of their family.
It is understandable, Cox would suggest that the rental price of the iconic home would have grown since then.
MATT LEBLANC RECALLS THE FAMOUS ‘FRIENDS’ PROP THAT HE HAS STOLEN FROM THE SET
Needless to say, fans are a bit emotional about Cox’s back.
“THIS VIDEO IS MESSING WITH MY FEELINGS 😭,” an Instagram user said.
“Oommmmg can you imagine bumping into her 🤣❤️,” another asked.
“Omg I just died 😍😍,” a fan added.
This is not the first time Cox has a trip down memory lane.
A few weeks ago, Cox channeled her TV brother David Schwimmer (Ross), while you try to move furniture in her house in the weekend. In a video posted online on Saturday, Cox is heard to instruct movers “pivot” as they try to make a wooden coffee table by a narrow passage.