Sean and Beverly have to retrieve Matt from a seedy bar outside of LA so that the paparazzi waiting outside won't see him driving home drunk. What follows is an all-night road trip which takes the trio from a run-in with a paparazzo to Matt's ex-wife's house and finally to his son's bedroom, where Matt is forced to confront the mess he's made of his life. The transformative evening even manages to bring Matt and Beverly closer together. The question is: for how long?
Did You Know?
Matt's car's license plate is California 2ABM543, a sequential plate that would have been issued in 1986 or 1987, although his car is obviously a new model in 2011, when the series was filmed. In California, sequential plates belong to the car, so are not moved to new cars (unlike personalized plates, which can be transferred to a new car).
2ABM543 is a plate often used in movies and television shows and is not a valid plate. See more
The large U.S. Flag hanging on the wall of the ranch house living room is displayed incorrectly. When the flag is displayed on a flat surface like a wall, the union should be at the top left. See more
What do you even know about gay?
My dads are gay.
Jesus. Both of them?
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