Though Aniston was interviewing Steinem, it turns out there's a surprising amount of overlap between the kind of misogynist attitudes Steinem has long worked against and the unfortunate daily experiences in Aniston's own life. "Being in the public eye," Aniston pointed out, "us women come up against this: that our value and worth is dependent on our marital status and or if we've procreated." What did Steinem have to say to that? "Well, I guess we're in deep s--t!"
Unfortunately, that enticing tidbit is the only quote from the talk that seems to have surfaced so far (reported by E! Online). However, that doesn't mean we can't spend several hours imagining what else these two could have talked about. A few options: Is Rachel Green a good role model for young girls? Is it, in fact, true that her strength as a single mother and her dedication to her career laid the grounds for similar characters on television in the years to come? And, lastly, would it not be an excellent addition to television today if we got a Friends spin-off profiling the life of young Emma? These are big questions, people.