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Courteney Cox Shows Her Fridge And Pantry In Quarantine — And It’s So Monica

Courteney Cox has been quarantined for almost two weeks during the coronavirus pandemic, and she’s got the dwindling food rations to show for it. (Fast forward to the 7:50 mark above.) The “Friends” star revealed just how depleted her kitchen is ― and how organized ― by opening her fridge and pantry in an online…

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Courteney Cox has been quarantined for almost two weeks during the coronavirus pandemic, and she’s got the dwindling food rations to show for it. (Fast forward to the 7:50 mark above.)

The “Friends” star revealed just how depleted her kitchen is ― and how organized ― by opening her fridge and pantry in an online chat with Jimmy Kimmel on Wednesday.

Cox explained that her 15-year-old daughter Coco had gone through the junk food, leaving, well, not much.

“So now we have empty jars,” Cox told the talk show host as she revealed the orderly arrangement in her pantry. “You can see how organized I am.”

“I am impressed by the organization even though there’s no food in those jars,” Kimmel commented.

Cox replied, “Aren’t you? I’m so proud of it.”

Cox, whose HBO Max reunion special with “Friends” castmates has been delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic, then opened the fridge and conceded, “We’re a little low here.” She noted that she would have to venture out to the supermarket, “which is the scariest part.”

Cox’s pride in her organizational skills and call for approval reminded viewers of her fastidious character Monica.

“Cox’s kitchen looks like it could be Monica’s kitchen,” one YouTube commenter wrote.

“Courtney’s fridge is “MONICA CLEAN,” another said.

“That is a Monica kitchen if ever there was one,” yet another YouTuber remarked.

And perhaps in the ultimate compliment, another person wrote: “She is more organized than Monica.”

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Olivia is an MA in English. She has excellent content writing skills and she has a lot of experience in this field as well. She joined the team in the very beginning, and since then, she has been working well. She writes Business and Technology news bulletins on Newark Now. She breaks the stereotype that women are not techies in most cases, but she has immense knowledge of various techs, and thus, she does love to write technology related news along with business news.

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