The TV show "Friends" was ahead of its time, but nobody in the '90s realized by just how much.
On Nov. 11, 1999, Friends aired "The One Where Phoebe Runs," effectively predicting an Emmy-award winning episode of the hit Netflix show "Black Mirror."
"By the year 2030, there will be computers that can carry out the same amount of functions as an actual human brain," Ross tells Chandler in the season six episode. "So, theoretically, you can download your thoughts and memories into this computer and live forever as a machine."
Those lines should sound eerily familiar for anybody who caught the "San Junipero" episode in Black Mirror's season three, Netflix pointed out in a video it published Thursday.
The hourlong Black Mirror episode wrestled with the ethical ramifications of a world where anybody can download their memories into the cloud and live forever as a 20-something in a virtual world once their body dies.
San Junipero won Emmys for outstanding TV movie and outstanding writing at last month's Primetime Emmys ceremony.
Watch the Friends moment in question in the video player below.