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Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox's Reunion Teased in 'Cougar Town' Pics and Video

September 9, 2010 (3:34 am) GMT
Playing 'a therapist Courteney has been using for a while,' Jennifer Aniston is seen sharing laughs with her in one picture and sitting with a dog on a bench in another.

The former "Friends" stars and are getting a reunion in the first episode of "" season 2. In anticipation of that, ABC released pictures and video preview of the upcoming episode featuring the two actresses.

In the pictures, the "" movie beauty goes casual. She is seen sitting next to Courteney in one image and sharing laughs with the Jules Cobb depicter. There is also a photo of her stroking a little white dog on a bench.

Jennifer Anison will be seen in "All Mixed Up" which airs September 22, playing "a therapist Courteney has been using for a while." Her guest appearance might not be a one-time thing as producer Bill Lawrence said, "We're certainly not going to make it like they'll never see each other again."

In the upcoming season premiere, Jules finds an instant connection with her new shrink, Bonnie, until she discovers the unfortunate but hilarious truth about her method of treatment; Ellie is jealous over Jules' fondness for Bonnie; a bet between Laurie and Travis leads to a sweet sibling-like moment; and Bobby acts out his frustrations that Jules and Grayson are dating.





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