'Friends' Co-Stars Jennifer Aniston and David Schwimmer Reunite in Must-See Super Bowl Commercial

Jennifer Aniston & David Schwimmer during Jennifer Aniston hosts the annual benefit for the Rape Treatment Center (RTC) of Santa Monica-UCLA Medical Center Center shot on Sept. 14, 2003, at Greenacres in Beverly Hills, Calif.

A new Super Bowl commercial featuring Friends co-stars Jennifer Aniston and David Schwimmer has dropped—and it's safe to say Uber Eats ate with this one.

At the beginning of the ad, Aniston stands near a movie set when her assistant hands her an Uber Eats bag. "I didn't know you could get all this stuff on Uber Eats. I gotta remember that," the assistant says.

"Well, you know what they say. In order to remember something, you gotta forget something else," Aniston replied. "Make a little room."

The commercial proceeds to show interactions of people forgetting crucial details about their everyday lives.

"Jen, hey!" Schwimmer says as he walks up to Aniston and leans in for a hug.

Aniston promptly blocks his attempt. "Have we met?" she says, clearly put off by a "stranger" trying to hug her.

Later in the ad, Aniston tells him, "Give me a hint."

"We worked together for 10 years," Schwimmer reminds her.

"Ten years? You look great," she replies, to which he says, "You still don't know, do you?"

"I don't," Aniston confesses.

Ultimately, the actress walks away, seemingly chalking up Schwimmer's behavior as creepy and not believing him. "Like I'd forget 10 years of my life," she mutters to herself.

"I hate this town," a defeated Schwimmer declares.

Elsewhere in the star-studded commercial, similar lapses of memory play out.

"Remember when you used to be a Pepper Lady?" retired pro soccer player David Beckham says to his wife, former Spice Girls member Victoria Beckham, while holding a pepper shaker.

"Wasn't it the Cinnamon Sisters?" Victoria replies, to which David suggests, "Basil Babes."

Victoria responds, "Paprika Girls," prompting David to point out, "No, that's absurd."

Eventually, the camera pans to country singer Jelly Roll, who looks in a mirror and says, "Did someone doodle on my face?" about his face tattoos. "It's not coming off!"

The final scene features Usher casually saying, "I hope I get to play a halftime show someday, man," ahead of his planned performance at Super Bowl LVIII on Feb. 11.

What do you think of the quirky Super Bowl commercial?

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