EntertainmentCelebrities Matthew Perry says he can’t recall 3 years of ‘Friends’ Matthew Perry attends the White House Correspondents' Association Dinner in Washington, D.C. in 2013. Photo Credit: Getty Images By Frank Lovece Special to Newsday January 25, 2016 4:51 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email While Matthew Perry could not join his “Friends” brethren at a recent taping of a TV special honoring the show’s director, he and his old cast-mates do discuss the possibility of a reunion episode. “I think the actors would actually be open to it,” Perry, 46, said on BBC Radio’s “The Chris Evans Breakfast Show” on Friday. “I do. I think we would be open to doing something — maybe some TV special. I don’t know about a movie,” like the “Entourage” or “Sex and the City” films. “It’s kind of tough,” he noted, “because sometimes when you do a reunion it’s terrible and it sort of ruins the memory of the good show that you’d done before. ... But I think the cast would be open to doing something like that at some point.” He and his fellow stars of the 1994-2004 NBC hit — Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc and David Schwimmer — have “talked about it a little bit, over dinner,” Perry said. “We like to get together for dinner and we have a good time together and it’s a really good group,” he added, describing his old castmates’ dynamic. “There’s isn’t a jerk in the group, and that really saved us for 10 years.” Perry — who contributed a recorded segment but otherwise missed Sunday’s taping of the James Burrows tribute, due to rehearsals in London for his play “The End of Longing” — also joked about the substance-abuse issues that have plagued him for many years. When a fellow guest on the radio show asked him to name his least-favorite “Friends” episode, Perry replied, “I think the answer is I don’t remember three years of it.” Amid laughter in response, someone asked, “You were pretty out of it, weren’t you, for a while?” “A little bit of the time I was a little out of it, yeah,” Perry answered, adding that his least-favorite episode is “somewhere between season three and six.” By Frank Lovece Special to Newsday Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.