Matt LeBlanc Reveals What He Stole from the 'Friends' Set: 'I Could Have Sold It for a Lot More'

Unlike the rest of the world, Matt LeBlanc said he doesn't like to binge-watch the show

Friends may have ended 15 years ago, but Matt LeBlanc still has a piece of the show with him — literally!

During an appearance on the Tonight Show on Friday, the actor revealed that once the hit sitcom wrapped up, he decided to steal a few things from the set.

LeBlanc, 51, said he took the Magna Doodle that famously hung on the back of Joey and Chandler’s door and gave it to one of the crew members.

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“The Magna Doodle was cool because there was this one guy Paul [Swiner] on the crew, he was the one who always drew what was on there,” he said. “He wasn’t one of the writers, he was one of the electricians on the show. He happened to be the artist who drew something kind of relevant to the story that week.”

“I stole it and gave it to him,” he added, joking he could have “sold it for a lot more.”

Of course, the actor did take something for himself, too. LeBlanc said he took the foosball from Joey and Chandler’s foosball table.

“I have it in my toolbox,” he said.

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Friends ran for 10 seasons from 1994-2004.

After nearly two decades off the air, the Friends fanbase is as strong as ever. Last year, Netflix reportedly paid $100 million to keep the show on the streaming service.

But LeBlanc isn’t exactly binge-watching the sitcom.“I have a hard time watching it these days,” he said. “It makes me feel like I’m 100 years old.”

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