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Watch Courteney Cox forget one of the most memorable lines in a 'Friends' quiz

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Actress Courteney Cox revealed that however much time has passed (over 10 years, people) she can still answer practically every question thrown at her about Friends

The 50-year-old star, who played Monica Gellar in the long-running sitcom about six friends living in New York, appeared on The Ellen Show this week and was tasked with answering questions on the series, as part of a new game. 

Host Ellen Degeneres created the game Heads Up!, which is where a contestant has to place a smart phone or tablet on their head, so they can't see the word on the screen, and the other player has to help them guess the word. 

For Courteney's special Friends version, she was asked questions such as who was her best friend (Jennifer Aniston), where did they drink coffee (Central Perk) and what was Phoebe's most famous song (Smelly Cat).

Thankfully, she managed to answer all correctly, that was until she was asked what Ross says when he's moving his couch. Of course, all Friends fans know that the line Ross screams at Rachel and Chandler is 'Pivot!'. 

While Ellen has played this with numerous other guests, such as Owen Wilson and Kaley Cuoco, this was the first time the talk show presenter had created one specially for Friends. 

Watch the brilliant video below

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