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“Were We Friends?” Jennifer Aniston Forgets Co-Star David Schwimmer in New Super Bowl Ad

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In a surreal turn of events straight out of an alternate universe, Jennifer Aniston appears to suffer from a case of amnesia regarding her “Friends” co-star David Schwimmer in a new Super Bowl LVIII advertisement.

Unveiled with much fanfare on Tuesday, this commercial masterpiece showcases Aniston, among other notable personalities, willfully casting aside various facets of her life in a bid to ensure that there’s ample space in her memory for acknowledging the multifaceted services offered by Uber Eats beyond just providing sustenance.

In a bustling Hollywood setting, Schwimmer approaches Aniston with warmth and affection, attempting to initiate a friendly embrace. However, his gesture is met with a bewildered expression from Aniston, who, seemingly confused, utters the incredulous question, “Have we met?”

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This encounter leaves Schwimmer visibly bemused as he tries vainly to jog Aniston’s memory by reminding her of their fruitful decade-long collaboration. Yet, despite his efforts, Aniston remains seemingly perplexed, prompting Schwimmer to utter with a hint of resignation, “You still don’t remember, do you?”

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As Aniston walks away from the scene, muttering under her breath, “Like I could forget ten years of my life,” Schwimmer humorously retorts with a deadpan, “I hate this town,” in a light-hearted attempt to ease the tension.

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It’s almost unfathomable to conceive that anyone could genuinely forget the captivating onscreen chemistry shared between Schwimmer and Aniston, who entranced audiences worldwide with their portrayal of the iconic characters Ross Geller and Rachel Green in NBC’s beloved sitcom “Friends,” which aired from 1994 to 2004.

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The show chronicled the lives of a tight-knit group of six friends and roommates as they navigated the complexities of work, relationships, and everyday adventures while residing in the bustling metropolis of New York City. Alongside Aniston and Schwimmer, the ensemble cast included Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, and the late Matthew Perry, who sadly passed away in October 2023.

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Despite the momentary lapse in memory portrayed in the advertisement, the reunion between these cherished friends is heartwarming, especially since their last onscreen collaboration during Max’s “Friends” reunion special in 2021 (Max and CNN share the same parent company, Warner Bros. Discovery).

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In addition to Aniston and Schwimmer’s delightful reunion, the ad campaign also features a star-studded lineup including Super Bowl LVIII Halftime Show performer Usher, musician Jelly Roll, and power couple David and Victoria Beckham, each comically forgetting significant aspects of their lives.

As the commercial draws to a close, viewers are left thoroughly amused and eagerly anticipating the upcoming game day festivities, perhaps accompanied by a delectable meal ordered through Uber Eats, ensuring that the memories created during this year’s Super Bowl will be unforgettable.

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