The One Where Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon Take a 'Friends' Quiz

Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon have been making the rounds promoting their latest project, The Morning Show on Apple TV Plus. This has likely been exhausting for them, but delightful for all of us—we need these two to work together forever.

In a recent appearance on The Graham Norton Show, he got the duo—along with Sir Ian McKellan and Dame Julie Andrews—to take part in a little Friends trivia. With McKellan asking the questions, Witherspoon predicted that Aniston would ace the quiz. “Oh, she’s gonna win,” she said, to which Aniston replied, “Oh, I don’t know that.”

Aniston got the first question about what Rachel Green was wearing in her first scene. It was, of course, a wedding dress. Next up, Witherspoon answered with her iconic line from the episode where she plays Aniston’s younger sister, Jill: “Can’t have? The only thing I can’t have is dairy!” (The two actresses even recreated the scene recently.)

Remember when Rachel ruined the British trifle by putting beef in it? So does Aniston. And she even sang a few bars of “Baby Got Back” after the audience correctly remembered it as the song that Rachel and Ross used to get baby Emma to fall asleep. Not to be outdone, Witherspoon chimed in with the first line of the famed Friends theme song by The Rembrandts. But it was Andrews who got the final word by correctly answering the final question of the night.

“When Ross dated Rachel, why did he feel it was fine to sleep with other women?” McKellen asked.

“I know it! It’s because he said, ‘We were on a break,’” she replied. Ding, ding, ding! Sadly, there was not a follow-up where Andrews weighed in on whether Ross was right in that belief.

Honestly, everyone was probably just glad they didn’t have to identify Chandler Bing’s job.

Watch the full segment for yourself below:

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