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Episode Three 

Beverly can't stand Matt, and the feeling is mutual. As it's all she can do not to throttle the star of her show, she tells her husband, "He's yours." Sean and Matt end up spending the day ... See full summary »

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Episode credited cast:
... Matt LeBlanc
... Sean Lincoln
... Beverly Lincoln
... Merc Lapidus
... Carol Rance
... Morning Randolph
... Myra Licht
... Andy Button
... Roger (as Bruce Lester Johnson)
... Director
... Assistant Director
... 'Pucks!' Boy
... Howard
Lou Hirsch ... Wallace
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Beverly can't stand Matt, and the feeling is mutual. As it's all she can do not to throttle the star of her show, she tells her husband, "He's yours." Sean and Matt end up spending the day together, including an extended adventure in Las Vegas. Soon the two guys are bonded, leaving Beverly feeling excluded by her husband's new bromance. Later, in a confrontation with Matt, Beverly learns just how "big" a star Matt LeBlanc actually is. Written by Showtime Publicity

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Trivia

Matt's car is a Alfa Romeo 8C Spider. Actually 500 were made, not just 3. See more »

Quotes

Sean Lincoln: Oh, do you know what a balaclava is?
Matt LeBlanc: No.
Sean Lincoln: How about an anorak?
Matt LeBlanc: Now you're just making sounds.
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Episodes (Main Title Theme)
Written by Mark Thomas
Performed by The Original Television Orchestra
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Decent enough
21 October 2017 | by See all my reviews

An interesting episode of the show because it shows how Sean becomes friendly with Matt Le Blanc, much to the annoyance of Beverly... or should that be Betsy.

There are some nice moments, but the writers seem obsessed with sex jokes and profanity, which for me spoil my enjoyment of what is essentially a decent show.


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