ET's first on the set of "Mr. Sunshine," Matthew Perry's new ABC comedy. Since Matthew's the star and -- as an exec producer -- the boss, will he invite any of his "Friends" to guest star on the show?
"If we're lucky enough to have this show go on for a while, I will come begging for all of them to come on, for sure," Matthew tells ET.
It makes sense since the former "Friends" actor's new series shoots right nearby Courteney Cox's "Cougar Town," which has featured appearances by Jennifer Aniston and Lisa Kudrow.
"Mr. Sunshine" premieres Wednesday, Feb. 9 on ABC and finds Matthew playing Ben, the self absorbed manager of a San Diego sports arena called the Sunshine Center. Behind the scenes in real life, the 41-year-old star is also co-executive producer of the show -- a role he says he's really warmed up to!
"I am wonderful as a boss. I have found that as a boss, I'm a delightful kisser; just when I kiss people, it's better," he jokes, adding on a serious note: "The whole thing's been really fun. Everybody's really nice and we're all just trying to put on a really funny show."
On board to help boost the comedy quotient is former "West Wing" actress Allison Janney, playing the Sunshine Center's politically incorrect owner and Ben's boss, Crystal. "I'm a huge fan of Matthew Perry's," Allison says. "I haven't had a chance to really show my comedy chops anywhere, so this is a great opportunity for me; something a little different from C.J. on 'The West Wing'… [they] are two very different sides of the spectrum."
Andrea Anders ("Better Off Ted," "Joey") plays Alice, the cute marketing director who puts the kibosh on her and Ben's "friends with benefits" arrangement. "I was really excited to work with Matthew Perry," Andrea tells ET. "Matthew's a great boss. He's very excited, he's very enthusiastic, he's very supportive, he's collaborative, he wants your input -- he's been amazing."
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