The one where they said goodbye.
Matthew Perry’s “Friends” co-stars and some of his family members were spotted at Forest Lawn Church of the Hills in Los Angeles on Friday — in exclusive photos obtained by The Post — for a gathering presumed to be a funeral service for the late “Friends” actor.
Jennifer Aniston, Lisa Kudrow, Courteney Cox and David Schwimmer — all dressed in black — were seen arriving as a group outside, as were Perry’s father, John Bennett Perry, and stepfather, Keith Morrison. Matt LeBlanc was not immediately spotted.
The cemetery is opposite the Warner Bros studios, where Perry filmed the popular sitcom for 10 years.
Bodyguards for Aniston had been seen driving from her LA home and arriving at the venue before the gathering.
The critically acclaimed actor, who starred as Chandler Bing on the long-running NBC series, died of an apparent drowning at his home on Oct. 28 at the age of 54.
One day before the gathering, director Jim Burrows, who helmed more than a dozen episodes of “Friends,” said that he immediately texted Aniston, Cox and Kudrow after hearing of Perry’s passing.
“I had texted the girls the day we found out,” he told “Today” on Thursday. “They were destroyed. It’s a brother dying.”
“Friends” co-creators Marta Kauffman and David Crane and director Kevin Bright also released their own statement following the tragic news.
“We are shocked and deeply, deeply saddened by our beloved friend Matthew’s passing,” they said. “It still seems impossible. All we can say is that we feel blessed to have had him as part of our lives.”
“He was a brilliant talent,” the trio continued. “It’s a cliche to say that an actor makes a role their own, but in Matthew’s case, there are no truer words. From the day we first heard him embody the role of Chandler Bing, there was no one else for us. We will always cherish the joy, the light, the blinding intelligence he brought to every moment – not just to his work, but in life as well. He was always the funniest person in the room. More than that, he was the sweetest, with a giving and selfless heart. This truly is The One Where Our Hearts Are Broken.”
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Amid speculation, Perry’s friend Athenna Crosby, 25 — who saw Perry 24 hours before his death — insisted that the actor was “100 percent sober” now.
“In the interaction that I had with him, he was extremely positive, sober, acting normal, spoke very well, did not give me any impression that he was under [the influence of] drugs or alcohol of any kind,” she told Fox News Digital.
“So, I think people are speculating that this was a relapse situation. I just want to defend him and say that it was not.”
“I can’t know what exactly he was thinking or feeling,” she continued. “And, of course, he was his own person that maybe he had said, done or thought of things the day that he passed that I might never come to know. Not only is it hard to hear that somebody greatly admired passed away, but it’s eerie to hear that somebody you just spoke to passed away.”
Perry was never married and had no children at the time of his death.
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