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Still got it! Watch Matt LeBlanc re-enact Joey's musical moments from 'Friends'

A penchant for song isn't the first quality that comes to mind when we think of Joey Tribbiani, but when Matt LeBlanc visited "The Graham Norton Show" Friday, the actor re-created his "Friends" character's musical moments — and it was hilarious.

"Rebel Wilson is not the only singer on the couch," Norton told LeBlanc, who sat next to the "Pitch Perfect" star. "Joey, really early on, was in a musical," the host recalled.

LeBlanc, 47, replied, “I think it was right in the very beginning of the first season, like episode four, or something. It was called ‘Freud!’"

He then reprised Joey's cringeworthy Sigmund Freud impression, singing a number from the bizarre musical about the founder of psychoanalysis.

For his next performance, LeBlanc revisited an episode from Season 5 in which his dim-witted character meets his "hand twin."

“Joey meets a guy in the casino who’s his exact hand double, and he thinks he has struck it rich now. NASA’s gonna want to talk to us; this is big,” he explained, before launching into the song, to the tune of "This Land Is Your Land."

"This hand is your hand, this hand is my hand, No wait that’s your hand, Oh no that’s my hand!” he sang.

Watch the clip above for the full interview with LeBlanc.