The cast of Friends might not (ever) be ready for a revival of the series, but that doesn't mean they don't get as nostalgic for the beloved sitcom as we do sometimes.

Over the years, the stars of Friends have shown their appreciation for the show that made them household names by doing things like joining forces for Friends-themed late-night skits and regularly making cameos on each other's shows. Lisa Kudrow even sang "Smelly Cat" during Taylor Swift's tour for old times' sake.

The latest tribute to Friends from an alum is an especially exciting one, though. In an Instagram video posted late Wednesday night, Courteney Cox paid a visit to Monica Geller's old apartment building in New York and decided to get into character to have a little fun with it.

"Goodnight guys, I'm going home!" Cox says — as Monica — in the vid while strutting up to the building that once served as the face of her old place. Even better? Cox added in a snippet of that familiar mid-episode music and a few laugh track-style gasps for good measure.

The Bedford Street building wasn't where the show was primarily filmed, of course — that took place on the Warner Bros. lot in Los Angeles — but it's still a must-see locale for fans, since it was used for exterior B-roll shots of her apartment all the time.

Cox also created a cheeky title for her mini-video, calling it "The One Where My Rent Went Up $12,000," as a reference to the many questions Friends fans have had over how Mon could possibly afford such a nice pad.

If that weren't enough, she also added the hashtag #missthosedays. All we can say is, us too, Mon. Us, too.

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