After urging people to stop watching his show 'Go On' which he calls 'a complete abomination,' Perry apologizes for his statement in exchange for Percocets.
Matthew Perry claims to have been inspired by Angus T. Jones to skim the bible in a newly-released Funny or Die video. Spoofing the young actor's "Two and a Half Men" rant, Perry says he realizes his own show "Go On" is "a complete abomination with terrible morals."
"Don't watch my show. I want you to stop watching NBC's 'Go On'," the former "Friends" actor states. He goes on mocking the failure of his previous sitcom "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip", claiming he made a similar video to urge people not to watch "Studio 60". He says, "Now that video was very successful. No one watched that show."
Perry is then interrupted by his co-star Brett Gelman who calls him selfish and narcissistic for blasting "Go On". Gelman later manages to convince Perry to issue an apology in exchange for pain pills. "If you apologize, I'll give you some Percocet," Gelman says. "And I won't tell anybody."
Prior to Perry, Rainn Wilson has spoofed Jones' "Men" bashing, telling people not to watch "The Office". Jones himself has apologized for his derogatory statements about the CBS sitcom and will reportedly complete his contractual obligations on the long-running series until at least the end of the current season.