'Friends' fans say 'eerie' scene should be cut from show after Matthew Perry's tragic death

Devastated followers of Friends are urging for the removal of a specific scene from the 90s sitcom in the wake of the tragic passing of Matthew Perry.
The 54-year-old actor, renowned for his role as Chandler Bing in the iconic series, tragically passed away at his Los Angeles residence on Saturday (October 28).

Following the news of his demise, Perry's family released a heart-wrenching statement to People magazine, expressing their profound sorrow over the loss of their cherished son and brother.

"Matthew brought so much joy to the world, both as an actor and a friend," they continued. "You all meant so much to him and we appreciate the tremendous outpouring of love."
The late actor rose to prominence after securing a role in the immensely popular 90s sitcom Friends, where he starred alongside Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, David Schwimmer, Matt LeBlanc, and Lisa Kudrow.

The beloved series aired for 10 seasons on NBC from 1994 to 2004, quickly becoming one of the most watched and cherished TV shows of all time.

Following the heartbreaking news of his passing, fans have taken to social media to reminisce about their favorite moments featuring Perry in the show. This has led to a particular eerie scene resurfacing, which has been shared on TikTok and garnered 12.9 million views. The scene in question depicts Monica (played by Cox) and Chandler having their pictures taken professionally for their wedding announcement. Watch the scene below:

During the scene, as Monica strikes a pose, Chandler struggles to produce a natural smile. Perplexed, Monica asks, "What's wrong with your face? This picture is supposed to represent Gellar and Bing getting married, not a local woman saving a clueless guy from drowning."

The photographer joins in laughter, but Monica intervenes, saying, "Hey, don't laugh at him! He's my clueless guy," which prompts Chandler's expression to relax.

This particular scene has deeply resonated with fans of the show, especially considering Perry's reported cause of death being a water rescue incident. Consequently, viewers are urging the show's creators to edit out this scene from the episode.

One fan commented, "Will they remove this scene from Netflix now?" while another insisted, "They really need to delete that."

A third user expressed, "They should remove this scene from the show. It's like they predicted the future," and a fourth echoed, "No, seriously, they have to cut out this scene now."
After the unexpected passing of the actor from "17 Again," numerous celebrities, including Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Salma Hayek, Gwyneth Paltrow, Maggie Wheeler, and Morgan Fairchild, publicly paid tribute.

The core cast of Friends also broke their silence, releasing a joint statement to People magazine to honor their beloved co-star, someone they had known since he was 24 years old. In the statement, Aniston, Schwimmer, LeBlanc, Kudrow, and Cox expressed their profound grief over the loss of Perry. They emphasized that their bond went beyond being castmates; they considered themselves a family.

"There are no words to express our devastation over losing [Perry]," they shared. "We were more than just colleagues; we were a family. At this moment, we need time to mourn and comprehend this unimaginable loss. We will share more when we are ready."

The statement concluded with a message of love and support: "For now, our thoughts and affection go out to Matty’s family, his friends, and all those who cherished him worldwide."
At present, the cause of Perry's death has been labeled as "deferred," with inconclusive initial autopsy findings awaiting a toxicology report, as stated by The Los Angeles County Medical Examiner.

A comprehensive investigation has been initiated before reaching a conclusive decision. An official from the Los Angeles Police confirmed to CBS News that there were no visible signs of trauma.

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