Jennifer Aniston Ate the Same Salad Every Day for 10 Years
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Some things never get old.
In a new interview with The Los Angeles Times, Courteney Cox reveals that while shooting "Friends" with Jennifer Aniston, they lunched together every single day for 10 years.
"And we always had the same thing -- a Cobb salad," she says. "But it wasn't really a Cobb salad. It was a Cobb salad that Jennifer doctored up with turkey bacon and garbanzo beans and I don't know what. She just has a way with food, which really helps. Because if you're going to eat the same salad every day for 10 years, it'd better be a good salad, right?"
As for a "Friends" reunion, "I don't think it's going to happen," Cox, 45, says. "Would [series creators David Crane and Marta Kauffman] want to write it? Because they'd have to be involved. I don't know ... a lot of things would have to break just right for it to work. But we've daydreamed about it."
She says she is still wistful thinking back to the ol' "Friends" days.
Her favorite episode?
"I'd say when Monica proposed to Chandler," she reveals. "There's like 10,000 candles lit in the apartment and she gets down on one knee and starts sobbing. 'There's a reason why girls don't do this!' That was a big scene to me, playing the heavy emotion of that."
Another highlight: Playing "Fat Monica," which she describes as "freeing."
Says Cox, "I remember being in [Fat Monica] makeup one time waiting for the other cast members to come out, and [director] Kevin Bright put on 'Shake Your Groove Thing' and I just grabbed a doughnut and started dancing like crazy in front of the audience. I could do anything because I was hidden under all that prosthetic makeup."
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