Watch: Matthew Perry Becomes the Latest Star to Urge Viewers Not to Watch His Show

Matthew Perry as Ryan King in "Go On" (Photo by: Jordin Althaus/NBC)


After “Two and a Half Men” star Angus T. Jones swept headlines at entertainment news outlets (present company included) for his rant against his long-time CBS show, calling it “filth” and urging viewers not to watch, other celebrities are now jumping on-board as well looking for some media play.

Matthew Perry has also gone viral, mocking Jones’ YouTube confession in a new Funny or Die video urging audiences to stay away from his new NBC series “Go On.”

In the video, Perry tells fans not to watch his comedy series because it’s a “complete abomination with terrible morals.”

Perry then goes on to offer to give back his salary not only for “Go On,” but for his now-cancelled series “Mr. Sunshine” and “Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip.” He makes it clear that he’ll keep the “Friends” money, however.

Perry’s “Go On” co-star Brett Gelman later interrupts the video and urges Perry to apologize for his comments by bribing the actor with pain killers.

Watch the video below to see if it works…

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