Jennifer Aniston Jokingly Disses Vanessa Bayer's Rachel Green Impression on 'Saturday Night Live'

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It's not just president-elect Donald Trump who has issues with their Saturday Night Live impressionists -- Jennifer Aniston dropped by the set this weekend to confront Vanessa Bayer on her version of Rachel Green, the character Aniston played on Friends.

Aniston's surprise appearance was met with cheers as she slid behind the Weekend Update desk next to Bayer, who was dressed head-to-toe as Rachel.

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"Friends was like, five million and five years ago, so I think we've just got to move on," Aniston, 47, implored.

Bayer felt the impression was "a great bit," but Aniston didn't seem so convinced.

"Is it a great bit though? It kind of just sounds like all you're doing is like, 'What? Oh? Wow? Oh me? No!'" she joked, parodying Bayer's parody of Rachel.

The criticism was all in good fun, however. Bayer and Aniston, who star together in the upcoming film Office Christmas Party, posed for photos backstage together, showing they are actually good "friends" in real life.

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Recently, Aniston had some very real criticism to deliver in an interview -- the restrictive ways society views women. See what she had to say in the video below.