A Memoir of Matthew Perry to be Any more surprising?? This has been revealed from the excerpts released during the last week. Friends Actor Had a near death experience During the shooting of a cut character Don’t look up, Does not add much stock Salma Hayek’s acting adviceAnd Disappointed that Keanu Reeves is alive. For some reason (although he did roll his death wishes. Back in one Follow up sStatement).
Still, for fans of the hit ’90s sitcom, this latest quote may be the most disturbing. It turns out that no one was more offended by Chandler Bing’s characteristically misplaced emphasis than Chandler Bing himself. And he’d love to talk normally just for once, thank you very much.
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We may laugh now, but after being forced to adopt this cool way of speaking for five seasons, Matthew Perry definitely wasn’t. She apparently had to “beg the producers” to stop writing her lines that way before taking matters into her own hands. “That particular cadence—could it be more annoying?—was played so much that if I had to put the emphasis in the wrong place once, I thought I’d explode, so I usually went back to saying the lines. Gone, mostly in season six and beyond,” he writes, per Variety.
He also points out that he was the unfortunate architect of his own suffering. The actor actually created “Chandler speak” himself. Back when he was a kid just trying to be a comedian. “I read the words in an unexpected way, insisting that no one else had hit. I was back in Ottawa with my childhood friends, Murray. I had a laugh where no one else had,” he explains. , per deadline.
If anything, it should serve as a cautionary tale against overdoing it. Fortunately, it has a happy ending. When Perry asked co-creator Marta Kaufman if she could have the last line of the show, she accepted, leading to a final exchange between Rachel and Chandler where Rachel asked if the gang had enough. Lena wants to and Chandler replies “Sure. Where?” Ironically, but also—at last-Said completely normally.
Memoir of Matthew Perry Friends, lovers, and the big scary thing Now available.