After all this time, Jennifer Aniston has finally had it with the Rachel Green impersonations.
On Dec. 3, the former "Friends" star made a surprise guest appearance on "Saturday Night Live" decrying Vanessa Bayer's impersonation of Aniston's iconic character.
Bayer, who portrayed Rachel during the "Weekend Update" segment of the show, chatted with host Colin Jost about the recent trend of '90s show revivals, such as "Fuller House" and "Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life."
"The '90s are great. You go to work, you go on dates, and you go to cafes with your friends, and you all sit facing camera. Yeah!" Bayer, who also rocked "The Rachel" hairdo, told Jost.
After some back-and-forth banter, Aniston herself interrupted the segment and slid into a seat beside Bayer. Shaking her head, Aniston sighed and asked, "Vanessa, what are you doing?" to which Bayer replied (in peak Rachel form), "What? Oh what, yeah. Hi!"
"Can you just drop that for a second?" Aniston asked with mock exasperation. She then revealed she dropped by "SNL" after Bayer texted her for 12 days straight.
Aniston as Rachel Green in "Friends."
"Listen, honey, I know that you love 'Friends' and we had such a great time making our movie together, but you've gotta really try to stop texting me every day," Aniston said, referring to the upcoming film "Office Christmas Party," which stars Aniston and Bayer.
"'Friends' was like 5 million and five years ago, I think we've just got to move on," she continued.
Watch the full segment below:
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