The iconic actor – who played the loveable Chandler for a decade – was on the daytime show to discuss his new London play The End Of Longing, but, of course, there was plenty of talk about the sitcom that made him famous.
"It was such a great job, we all loved each other so much and had such a wonderful time that subsequent jobs have been harder to do than that one," he said.
"I guess it would be nice to go back and do more as it was so much fun."
"The concern about doing a reunion show or movie is that it ended so well and you don't want to ruin that," he added. "Everybody always asks about a reunion but there has been no real talk of that."
Matthew also poked fun at Phillip Schofield when the latter revealed he'd once appeared in Friends. Well, his laugh had anyway! Schofe explained he once watched a show being taped live in LA and his laugh can be heard in the episode.
Matt's response? "I think we have to talk about how much free time you have!"
Matthew spoke on the show about writing play The End Of Longing and explained why the production is in London rather than the US.
"It got bought here. We did a reading in New York of the play for theatre buyers and it got bought here," he said.
"I also think it's really appropriate for London audiences. They're really digging it. It's dark and satirical and there is a lot of swearing and British people tend to enjoy that!"
Once the play finishes in May, Matthew is back to work in the US, playing Ted Kennedy in the sequel to mini-series The Kennedys, which starred Katie Holmes as Jackie O.
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