Jennifer Aniston and David Schwimmer appear together in an UberEats commercial.
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After the Beckham couple parodied themselves in an ad for the Super Bowl home delivery service, another part of the spot celebrates with another couple to choose from: Jennifer Aniston and David Schwimmer. The unforgettable actors from the sitcom Friends certainly aren't on town together, but their interpretations of Ross and Rachel on the show left an impression. But are they still “friends”? The ad asks the question humorously.
In this spot, we discover Jennifer Aniston taking a bag full of various goods (flowers, food and snacks) from the hands of an assistant on the film set. A dialogue between the two women follows: “I didn’t know you could get all these things on UberEats. I have to remember that,” says the assistant, amazed. “You know what they say: to remember something, you have to forget something else. You have to make space! » replies the actress.
David Schwimmer appears and is obviously happy to meet his former partner and girlfriend on the show. “Hey, Jen,” he texts, arms outstretched to hug her, but Jennifer Aniston icily raises one shoulder and gives him a look of surprise and disgust. “Do we know each other?” Give me a hint,” she asks. David Schwimmer responds in horror: “(We) worked together for ten years.” Jennifer Aniston then acts as if she were remembering the Madagascar star and explains: “Ten years? You were great. » The Morning Show actress then walks away and emphasizes: “It's like I'm forgetting ten years of my life,” to which David Schiwmmer replies: “I hate this city!” »
In fact, the adventures of the New York roommates lasted ten seasons (236 episodes, between 1994 and 2004), and if Jennifer Aniston has a failing memory, this was not the case for the viewers of the protagonist, Matthew Perry, until the recent death of one of the viewers Return of these six iconic friends from the 1990s.
In addition to the Beckhams, who couldn't remember the name of the Spice Girls, the ad also plays on the memory lapses of the musician and singer Jelly Roll, who seems to forget that he has several tattoos on his face and is puzzled by Spiegel: ” Did someone scribble on my face?”, and even Usher, the headliner of this year's halftime show, appears at the end of the spot. “I hope one day I get to play a halftime show,” he dreams.
The full UberEats ad is scheduled to air during the Kansas City Chiefs vs. San Francisco 49ers game on February 11th. Remember, this year this event is spiced up by a question that torments Swifties and others. Will Taylor Swift return from Japan in time to see her boyfriend Travis Kelce, one of the Kansas City Chiefs' stars, play?