Friends fans remember Chandler’s final iconic line from the show after Matthew Perry's death
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Fans of Friends are paying tribute to Matthew Perry by remembering Chandler’s final line from the show.
The beloved actor, who portrayed Chandler Bing for 10 seasons on the hit ‘90s sitcom, was found dead, reportedly in a hot tub, at his Los Angeles home aged 54 on Saturday (28 October).
As tributes pour in from Perry’s friends, family and fans, people are remembering his character’s final ever iconic line on the show.
One user shared a clip of the scene to X, writing: “Instead of thinking about how Matthew Perry passed away alone, let’s think of it like this scene, with Chandler Bing’s iconic last line of Friends.
“He was happy & he’d had some time for coffee and a catch up with his friends before he had to leave them.”
In the finale, a two-parter titled ‘The Last One’, Monica and Chandler welcome their two adoptive children and bid farewell to the iconic apartment, as they prepare for a new life in the suburbs.
The six friends bid farewell to their New York spot and agree to go for one last coffee and Perry gives the final line of the show.
In a poignant moment, Rachel (Jennifer Aniston) asked: “Shall we get some coffee?”
To which Chandler responds: “Sure.”
But with his perfect wit and improv expertise, he hilariously adds: “Where?”
The reason Perry's final line remains iconic almost two decades after it aired in 2004 is because the six friends drank at the same coffee house, Central Perk, in every episode - a staple of the show.
Fans were quick to praise his ‘natural humour’ in the replies as many said the scene ‘hits you right in the feels’.
One user emotionally commented: “It’s a beautiful way to remember Matthew Perry. Let’s imagine him finding happiness and enjoying moments with friends just like Chandler did.”
Another penned: “Holy cr*p… I was fine until this post/clip. RIP.”
Others shared tributes and said: “This has broken me. Chandler was and always will be my favourite. So many happy memories growing up watching Friends on repeat.”
NBC - which aired Friends - confirmed the tragic news of the beloved actor's death in a statement, writing: "We are incredibly saddened by the too soon passing of Matthew Perry.
"He brought so much joy to hundreds of millions of people around the world with his pitch-perfect comedic timing and wry wit. His legacy will live on through countless generations."