Talk about a huge blast from the past! A new clip has been discovered of Jennifer Aniston and her former Friends co-star Matthew Perry promoting Microsoft's Windows 95 software in this clip from over twenty years ago.
According to Gothamist on Friday, the two sitcom stars used their star power to help promote the software, which Microsoft at the time reportedly did everything "short of hiring planes towing banners that bear the address of its World Wide Web site."
In the clip, which was called a "cyber sitcom," Aniston and Perry take part in a plot that centers on their visit to Redmond to learn about Windows 95 while in the office of Bill Gates, which Perry calls "the ground zero of personal computing." You can check out the almost hour-long video below.
Just last month, Courteney Cox admitted that there is one former co-star who is refusing to make a Friends reunion a reality.
According to ABC News, Cox made it clear that unfortunately a reunion special is just not in the cards.
She said, "Let it go people, we are not doing it! It's just not going to happen."
She added that "The gang has gotten 80 percent there for a reunion but there's always one person who flakes at the end."
Cox also jokingly hinted that the one castmate might have been David Schwimmer, who played Ross on the hit sitcom, which ran from 1994 to 2004.
Cox said, "I'm not going to name names, but it may not be [David] Schwimmer," before giving the camera a knowing look.