Cox, 57, and her 17-year-old daughter Coco decided to pay the game “Who Knows Who Best” in a short clip shared to Instagram this past week. The game (which is pretty self-explanatory) tests which person knows best from a series of questions.
“Would you rather have a date with young Joey or young Chandler?” Cox (who played Monica Geller on Friends) read from the questions, referring to her former costars Matt LeBlanc and Matthew Perry‘s respective characters.
Cox, who shares Coco with ex David Arquette, then stated the teen would most likely go after a young Joey Tribbiani.
“Correct,” Coco nodded and agreed. And while Cox’s character ended up marrying Chandler Bing in the show, Cox did not admit her answer to the question when it was time for Coco to guess.
In the clip, the mother-daughter pair also answered questions about each other’s favorite meals, their biggest pet peeves, and whether they had a sweet tooth.
And while the two had different preferences when it came to crunchy snacks — Cox prefers Takis, while Coco’s go-to is Chex Mix — the two admitted they adored one another’s sense of humor.
Cox was ultimately named the winner of the challenge after correctly predicting six of her daughter’s answers.
“Apparently, I know Coco more than she knows me,” she joked. “I feel like that’s not true, but whatever,” Coco quipped back.
Cox’s post comes a day after she and her Friends castmates, LeBlanc, Jennifer Aniston, Lisa Kudrow, and David Schwimmer, celebrated their Emmy nomination for the recent Friends reunion special on HBO Max.
The special was recognized in not one but four categories: outstanding production design for a variety special, outstanding directing for a variety special, outstanding lighting design/lighting direction for a variety special and outstanding variety special (pre-recorded).
Following the news of the nomination, Cox praised the good news on her Instagram page. Next to a selfie of the cast with director Ben Winston, Cox captioned the moment with:
“The one where we are incredibly grateful to the Academy for this honor and especially thankful for @mrbenwinston and his entire team for their outstanding achievement.”
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