Jennifer Aniston has once again overlooked her "Friends" origins. The actress is featured in a recent Uber Eats commercial where she appears to forget about her iconic '90s haircut known as "The Rachel," a style her sitcom character Rachel Green popularized on "Friends" for several years.

In the advertisement, Aniston is seen unpacking products from her haircare line delivered through Uber Eats.

A man in the ad remarks, "Uber Eats has LolaVie products? I've got to remember that."

"Well, you know they say, in order to remember something, you have to forget something else," Aniston remarks before addressing a woman getting her hair done. "Okay, now that is a very cute haircut. That's like a little shag. I've never seen that before."

The woman, sporting Aniston's iconic "The Rachel" hairstyle, turns to Aniston and says, "I mean, of course you have. It's 'The Rachel.'"

"Oh, is that your name?" Aniston asks, evidently missing the "Friends" connection.

"No, I mean like your name," says the woman, to which Aniston responds, "No, I'm Jen. My name's Jen."

As the woman tries to explain to Aniston that it is her own haircut, the actor becomes confused and startled.

This commercial serves as a continuation of the company's Super Bowl ad in which Aniston also forgot her former "Friends" co-star David Schwimmer.

The exclusive debut of the commercial took place on TODAY on Feb. 6, preceding the big game. It featured not only Jennifer Aniston but also Usher, Jelly Roll, and David and Victoria Beckham.

In the Super Bowl ad with Schwimmer, Aniston asked him if they had ever met, despite having worked together for a decade on the show.

“We worked together for 10 years,” he said.

“Ten years,” a surprised Aniston responded. “You are great.”

“You still don’t know, do you?” Schwimmer asked.

“I don’t,” Aniston admitted.

The original Super Bowl commercial faced criticism for including a scene with a man having an allergic reaction to eating peanut butter. After it aired, Food Allergy Research & Education expressed disappointment in Uber Eats, stating, “We are incredibly disappointed by Uber Eats use of life-threatening food allergies as humor in its Super Bowl ad. The suffering of 33M+ Americans with this condition is no joke.”

Uber Eats later announced that it would be removing the scene from the commercial ahead of the Super Bowl.