The "insider" goes on to report that Matthew, who has been single-to-mingle since he broke up with Lizzy Caplan in 2012 (we also forget they were a thing), invited Courteney over to talk, cooed "I'll be there for you when the rain starts to pour," and all that jazz, and overcome with tension pent up from 10 years of onscreen smooching, they "hooked up." We'd like to imagine it was after a mutual friend's wedding and their interaction went something like this: However, much like their characters, they intend to keep their budding romance on the DL, for now, which explains why they haven't said anything.Well, that, or none of this is true."There isn't any pressure to put a label on it yet, but they're excited to see where this might go," the source explains.The newspaper also added that people who claim to be close to the couple are “convinced” an engagement is inevitable. Fans were simultaneously mourning and celebrating the news. Many other fans were crushed because they hoped to marry him... “So many people would flip but if the couple at some point announced they were engaged I’d be happy,” tweeted one fan. On Friday, Matthew Perry’s rep said “no comment” when asked whether the 47-year-old actor was tying the knot.
Do you secretly (or publicly) hope that Monica and Chandler would be together IRL?
1, is pretty adorable since his face really hadn’t changed that much…
but that’s because it was only a year later, not 10. 28 issue, where a source claimed that Matthew was “one of the first people Courteney called after Johnny left her.” The source went on to say that Matthew leaned on her when he struggled with addiction as well, but after her recent split she went over to his apartment to talk and “they ended up hooking up.” While sources have confirmed to E!
The concept, created by playwright Neil Simon for the Broadway stage in 1965, is summed up by the author's original description of it: "Two men, one divorced and one estranged and neither quite sure why their marriages fell apart, move in together to cut down on their alimony and suddenly discover that they're having the same conflicts and fights they had in their marriages." That play, which initially starred Walter Matthau as Oscar and Art Carney as Felix, spawned the 1968 film with Matthau and Jack Lemmon, the 1970-75 TV series with Jack Klugman and Tony Randall, 1982's for years. Lennon describes season one as finding its footing, while year two has been made up of more "powerhouse, genuinely hilarious" episodes.
"The first season, starting up, was complicated," he reflects.