Matthew Perry is all about making confessions these days. First, he revealed he once beat up everyone鈥檚 current political crush, Justin Trudeau (and followed that up by giving a very Chandler-ish response to the PM鈥檚 request for a rematch). Now, he鈥檚 admitted that once upon a time there was a certain Friends episode he simply refused to do. In fact, he was so adamant about the situation, he made sure the entire story line was axed.

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If you鈥檙e assuming it must have been a wildly controversial part of the popular series鈥 plot that forced Perry to personally call the bosses behind the scenes to make sure it never hit screens鈥 you鈥檙e WAY off. Though a strip club *was* involved, that鈥檚 the only thing that might have had viewers raising eyebrows.

Sitting down for a session of 鈥淧lead the Fifth鈥 on Watch What Happens Live鈥 With Andy Cohen (along with Gordon Ramsay, BTW), the 47-year-old actor wasn鈥檛 willing to play 鈥淪hag, Marry, Kill鈥 with his former lady co-stars, but he did reveal, 鈥淭here was a story line on Friends where Chandler went to a male strip-joint because he really liked the sandwiches. And I called up and was like, 鈥榣et鈥檚 not do this one.鈥欌 Oh, but it could鈥檝e been so good AND so bad!

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You can definitely tell in the clip that Perry was less than thrilled about the idea, and while we can鈥檛 deny that anything sandwich-related seems much more like a Joey story-line, we can鈥檛 help but wonder what kind of quirky situations Chandler Bing would have found himself in if they had gone ahead with the strip club sandwich story.

Now, we鈥檙e forever left wondering how Chandler might have first come across this male strip club sandwich, what lengths he went to in order to enjoy it, and what might have finally ended his love affair with the awesome eats served next to dancing men. Oh, what might have been.

Would you have liked to see a male strip-club sandwich episode of Friends, or is it a good thing that Matthew Perry had it nixed? Let us know @BritandCo!

(h/t NME; photos via Noam Galai/Getty, NBC)