Jennifer Aniston looks good in anything, even an oversized pair of prescription glasses Tina Fey would envy.
On Monday the actress slipped on the specs, along with a double breasted black pin-stripped pant suit, to talk with James Burrows, the director of her smash '90s hit TV show Friends.
She even admitted that she loved working on the series so much that she 'would honestly go back to it if we could,' but added, 'I don't think anyone would want to see it.' When moderator Pete Hammon said he would like to see a reunion of the show she said, 'I know, I do too.'
The Emmy winner looked far from pregnant as she spent nearly 10 minutes on stage with the man she called both 'poppa' and 'dad,' often flashing her large diamond engagement ring from fiance Justin Theroux.
She walked onto the stage of the Leonard H. Goldenson Theatre in LA, where James was being honored, in five-inch black suede pumps and waved to the audience. She smiled as she gave a big hug to James saying, 'I love you, I'm glad to be here.'
As she fiddled with her hair and pushed her glasses up, she recounted how she was cast on the Must See TV show even though she was already on a CBS series.
'I had to sit out during cast photos,' she explained because her deal for Friends wasn't solidified yet.
'They didn't know if I would still be playing Rachel or not.'
The 44-year-old star gushed about working on the series, saying it was 'one of the most energizing experiences to date.'
'The energy of an audience, that is sort of opening night jitters of every Friday night or Tuesday night and not knowing what was going to happen' is what she misses, she said.
She also noted she liked working with a live audience because of the 'energy.'
'There would always be fun, surprising moments,' she added.
James also shared a story about how he took all six Friends cast members -in addition to Jennifer, the series featured Lisa Kudrow, Courteney Cox, Matthew Perry, David Schwimmer and Matt LeBlanc - to Las Vegas before the show started to warn them that they were about to lose their anonymity.
'It was so fancy,' giggled Jennifer after James noted they took a private jet there.
He added that after eating at Spago in Caesar's Palace he warned them, 'This is your last shot at anonymity. Once the show is on the air you won't be able to go anywhere without be hounded.'
After the dinner, he then asked if they wanted to gamble.
'All six of them didn't have any money,' he said.
'They each wrote me checks for $200, I cashed them, I shouldn't have, I should have put them on the wall. They might be worth something.'
Jennifer then argued that was not how she remembered it.
'You gave us each $500,' she insisted.
James said no, there were checks.
Jennifer won James money at the crap table and noted, 'I was having so much fun.'
James explained that testing audiences for Friends 'loved these characters' and gushed, 'They were handsome and pretty and funny.'
Jennifer then said they were still friends and spend time together. She said, 'I love you Poppa,' before walking of stage.
Also at the event were Danny DeVito from James' show Taxi, Bob Newhart from The Bob Newhart Show, and Debra Messing and Eric McCormack from Will & Grace.
This isn't the first time the Wanderlust star has donned glasses.
She has worn them throughout her career, even on talk shows like the Spanish program El Hormiguero in 2011.