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Matthew Perry: I Was So ‘Dead Inside’ During The ‘Friends’ Finale, I ‘Felt Nothing’

Matthew Perry is admitting that he skilled the ultimate moments of his life-changing “Friends” profession a lot in another way than his castmates.

In an excerpt from his new memoir “Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing” obtained by BuzzFeed News, Perry mirrored on the dearth of emotion he felt the second the final episode of the beloved sitcom wrapped.

The ultimate scene of the sequence options the entire principal characters in one of many present’s hottest units — Monica’s (Courteney Cox) house.

In the emotional scene, movers are clearing out the remainder of Monica’s belongings because the characters mirror on all of the recollections they’ve had within the now-empty house. The stress of the scene is damaged by Perry’s snarky Chandler, who will get the ultimate line within the sequence.

When Rachel (Jennifer Aniston) asks if everybody has a while to get some espresso — an exercise the group of mates usually did at their hangout spot Central Perk — Chandler hilariously replies: “Sure! … Where?”

Courteney Cox as Monica Geller, Matt LeBlanc as Joey Tribbiani, Lisa Kudrow as Phoebe Buffay, David Schwimmer as Ross Geller, Matthew Perry as Chandler Bing, Jennifer Aniston as Rachel Green in a “Friends” forged picture from 1994.

“It was January 23, 2004,” Perry remembers in his memoir. “The keys on the counter, a guy who looked a lot like Chandler Bing said, ‘Where?’”

But Perry says he wasn’t feeling the waterworks.

“We had made 237 episodes, including this last one, called, appropriately enough, ‘The Last One.’ Jennifer Aniston was sobbing — after a while, I was amazed she had any water left in her entire body. Even Matt LeBlanc was crying,” he writes. “But I felt nothing.”

“I couldn’t tell if that was because of the opioid buprenorphine I was taking, or if I was just generally dead inside,” he provides.

Perry has been open in regards to the substance abuse issues he had all through the filming of “Friends.” In 2013, he revealed on ABC News that he struggled with despair, alcohol and prescription drug abuse all through his tenure on the present.

“Mostly it was drinking, you know, and opiates,” Perry mentioned on the time. “I think I was pretty good at hiding it but, you know, eventually people were aware.”

Mathew Perry and Jennifer Aniston in 1998.
Mathew Perry and Jennifer Aniston in 1998.

Russell Einhorn through Getty Images

Apparently, those that have been conscious included his co-star Aniston, who, Perry revealed in October, confronted him about his consuming.

“Yeah, imagine how scary of a moment that was,” Perry advised Diane Sawyer. “She was the one who reached out the most. I’m really grateful to her for that.”

“We said our various goodbyes, agreeing to see each other soon in the way that people do when they know it’s not true, and then we headed out to my car,” he concludes within the besides.


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