Friends star Matthew Perry has been spending some time getting creative in the kitchen during quarantine.
Like many of those stuck indoors during the pandemic, the actor has done away with having to look presentable at all time (or at least from the waist down).
The actor shared he had been whipping up sweet treats and kept it really, really casual by not wearing any pants.
Matthew joked (or maybe not?) that he was about to indulge in some ‘serious nude eating’. We are incredibly jealous.
On Instagram the Chandler actor posted a an enticing looking plate of what appeared to be cookies with raisins in them.
In the background a large room in his house is visible, including the glorious view outside.
There are far worse places to isolate.
The star wrote in the caption: ‘I made these by the way. Also I’m not wearing any pants.’
He added the hashtag ‘gettingreadyforsomeseriousnudeeating’. Hopefully not by that giant window, Matthew…
The coronavirus pandemic has meant the highly anticipated reunion between the Friends cast has been delayed.
Matthew and his former co-stars Jennifer Aniston, Lisa Kudrow, Courteney Cox, David Schwinner and Matt LeBlanc confirmed the upcoming HBO Max special in February.
Filming for the one-off episode was set to start later this month, but has now been pushed back.
However the cast has got together on Zoom to record a secret reunion between themselves.
According to The Sun: ‘Courteney immediately set up a Zoom meeting for them and they all logged on to discuss ideas – brain-storming and bringing in the producers for a session which they called a mock rehearsal and chatted for almost two hours.
‘Their Zoom sessions have been brilliant fun, and there’s some hilarious material on there which they hope can be aired as either a series of teasers, or even a stand-alone special.’
Meanwhile fans in the UK can watch Friends in its entirety on Netflix.
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