Courtney Cox revisited the Friends apartment and it's giving us all the feels

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The Friends reunion may never happen, so you can't blame us for feeling nostalgic at any throwback to our favourite 90s sitcom.

Which is why Courtney Cox's latest Instagram video has given us ALL the feels. The actress revisited the Friends apartment, 15 years after the end of the show *sob*.

Now any seasoned fan will know that the inside of apartment (which was painted purple for this reason btw) was actually a film set built on the WB lot in Los Angeles, which you can still visit there.

However, the outside of the building was filmed in Greenwich Village in New York, on the corner of Grove and Bedford Streets.

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In the video, Courtney pretended she was entering the building, jokingly saying, 'Good night guys, I'm going home'.

She even wrote, 'The One Where My Rent Went Up $12,000', poking fun at the fact that Monica and Rachel living in the village on their 20-something salaries just really wasn't realistic, and would be even less do-able nowadays.

It's not the first time Courtney has paid tribute to the show either, as she posted this video earlier this year which if you know, you know.

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The video even ended with the musical score which was often used to transition from one scene to the next in the show and we just want to cry.

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