“My Heart Stopped For Five Minutes” – Matthew Perry On His New Book And The Day He Almost Died

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Published on November 2, 2022

Stephen’s conversation with Matthew Perry continues with one of the more harrowing stories in his book, about a major health scare in 2019 and the man who saved his life. Read this story and more in Matthew’s book, “Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing,” available everywhere now.

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18 comments

  • Lignow 1 year ago

    You paid off left wing politico puppets need to take lessons from Carso – Leno – Ferguson etc.
    That was good entrainment. They made fun of life. sorors is having good laughs watching you
    and the msm stooges sing and dance to his commandments.

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  • Jezballz 1 year ago

    Left wing NYT op-ed issues warning to left wing comedians…that’s why Greg Gutfeld show on Fox News is killing it on late night TV.

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  • Derek Reuter 1 year ago

    Stephen Colbert and The Late Show still haven’t paid their tab on consultations given. So far, only scammers pretending to be Stephen or a rep of the show have contacted.

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  • coolcat8b 1 year ago

    Please don’t invite that POS anymore. After his Keanu comment, he showed his true self.

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  • ladyflimflam 1 year ago

    Eight broken ribs is how you know the cpr was done right. It takes that much force.

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  • Mark Callaghan 1 year ago

    That Chris Hayes has let himself go

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  • Hermanos 1 year ago

    Vile creature

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  • Andrea Bishop 1 year ago

    Loved him so much in Studio 60. Now knowing all of this, the acting on that show is even more amazing.

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  • joshfactor1 1 year ago

    knowing he had a drug addiction gives the name chanandler bong a whole new meaning

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  • Barnabus Korrum 1 year ago

    I’m SOOOOOOOOOO glad only poor and black UNSUCCESSFUL people are addicts… oh wait?

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  • Evan Khan 1 year ago

    Didn’t he wish Keanu had died in place of river Phoenix? Man child is what he is.

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  • Renegade of Funk 1 year ago

    I sincerely hope that after the aura around the book and the talk shows end that he’s able to stay sober and not collapse again into addiction. I have often heard people who go through this high only to be left feeling unbelievably low when the spotlight ends.

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  • Greeley Miklashek 1 year ago

    I have always ignored the cliche’s and laugh track idiocy of the ironically named kids’ show, “Friends”. No wonder Perry had to find something, anything to fill the void. Stephen might want to name this vacuous segment: two drunks talk all around the truth about alcoholism and addiction without ever saying one honest iota of the truth, except, perhaps, Stephen’s brief admission that he, too, has to “watch” his drinking. What a dud, and who the tell would ever want this book, especially any addict/alcoholic who’s found that the only solution is a “spiritual awakening”, or better yet, a “spiritual experience”, or even better, “a vital spiritual experience” (Jung’s words). No wonder Stephen was so off his mark. The truth hurts?

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  • Laszlo Vajda 1 year ago

    I really missed this man.

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  • Barfyman362 1 year ago

    MATT SPEAK

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  • thisbarb 1 year ago

    Lovely guy

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  • J Stone 1 year ago

    This guy is oversharing.
    He appears to not care for any other person.
    He is only interested in promoting his self-indulgent lifestyle, and its consequences.
    He does not appear to have learnt much from therapy.
    He is stilla mess.

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  • bootsy chootsy 1 year ago

    He still thinks he invented sarcasm.

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