Fox Sports West's Dan Moriarty interviewed Hollywood actor Matthew Perry at a recent L.A. Kings game, and the exchange was almost painfully awkward.
Moriarty, perhaps aware that there had been a big change in Perry's career but unaware of the details, remarked: "You know, for a guy like you, big news today! A congratulations is in order."
Perry, well-known for his role in the hit show "Friends," just had his new NBC Show "Go On" cancelled after just one season.
Without missing a beat he replied: "Oh thank you. You're talking about my show getting cancelled?"
As the reporter nods with a frozen look on his face, Perry continues in stride: "Yes, it was sort of a sad day because of the people. I mean I miss them...Ah, but, you know this show I was doing was really getting in the way of Kings games, so it's okay."
"So it's a double-edged sword congratulations," Moriarty concluded, quickly changing the conversation back to sports.
Watch the exchange below, via KingsVision:
(H/T: TheWrap TV)