Matthew Perry's 10 Best Chandler Moments In Friends You Need To Remember!


Matthew Perry's portrayal of Chandler Bing in the iconic sitcom Friends has left an indelible mark on television history. His comedic timing, sharp wit, and ability to infuse both humor and depth into his character have made Chandler one of the most beloved figures in the world of television. As we remember the late Matthew Perry, it's fitting to celebrate some of his most memorable moments as Chandler Bing.


In "The One Where Heckles Dies," from Friends season 2

Matthew Perry's performance as Chandler spiraling downwards out of fear of ending up like Mr. Heckles showcases his comedic brilliance and dramatic depth. His ability to balance humor with moments of contemplation is truly remarkable, and his goodbye to Mr. Heckles is a poignant touch.


The One After the Superbowl, Part Two

The cameo of Julia Roberts in "The One After the Superbowl, Part Two" provided one of the show's most memorable moments, as Chandler, played by Perry, falls victim to a cruel school prank and is left naked in a restroom stall in a restaurant. Perry's ability to cut loose and deliver a fantastic gag, particularly when a stranger walks in, highlights his comedic prowess.

The One With The Embryos


In "The One With The Embryos," Chandler's quickfire, pithy responses and sharp gags, particularly when he corrects Ross about the mail being delivered to "Chanandler Bong," demonstrate Perry's impeccable timing and delivery, capturing the essence of Chandler's character.

The Last One, Part Two

As Friends comes to a close in "The Last One, Part Two," Chandler gets the last laugh of the entire series with a simple yet humorous response to Rachel's proposal for coffee.


Perry's portrayal of Chandler's sarcastic comment adds warmth to the show's perfect farewell.

The One with All the Rugby

Chandler's dramatic attempt to escape his relationship with Janice by pretending to move to Yemen in "The One with All the Rugby" showcases Perry's ability to ratchet up the panic and awkwardness, revealing the depth of his comedic talent.


The One With The Blackout

In "The One With The Blackout," Chandler's interaction with model Jill Goodacre in an ATM vestibule provides a great showcase for Perry's humor and awkwardness, solidifying Chandler's place as a key part of the Friends group.

The One with the Fertility Test

One of the show's saddest scenes occurs in "The One with the Fertility Test," as Chandler and Monica discover they can't have kids. Perry's range is on full display as he seamlessly transitions from comedy to a serious portrayal of the gravity of the situation, highlighting his love for Monica.


The One with Ross's New Girlfriend

Chandler's single funniest response in the entire show, "You have to stop the Q-tip when there's resistance," in "The One with Ross's New Girlfriend," exemplifies Perry's biting and sharp comedic delivery, making it one of the most memorable lines from Friends.

The One With The Proposal, Part Two


The proposal scene in "The One With The Proposal, Part Two" captures the emotional depth of Chandler and Monica's relationship, showcasing Perry's ability to infuse humor, heartfelt emotion, and sweetness into his performance.

The One Where Everybody Finds Out

In "The One Where Everybody Finds Out," Chandler and Phoebe's comedic showdown, culminating in Chandler's announcement of his love for Monica, demonstrates Perry's comedic genius and the chemistry between the characters, making it one of the many moments that showcase his brilliance.

Matthew Perry's portrayal of Chandler Bing has left an enduring legacy, and these moments serve as a testament to his incredible talent and the joy he brought to audiences around the world. As we remember Matthew Perry, we celebrate the gift he was and the indelible mark he left on television history.