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Episode Two 

Matt looks at ways to cut back money. Sean and Beverley look to sell their other sitcom.


Iain B. MacDonald


David Crane (created by), Jeffrey Klarik (created by) | 2 more credits »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Matt LeBlanc ... Matt LeBlanc
Stephen Mangan ... Sean Lincoln
Tamsin Greig ... Beverly Lincoln
John Pankow ... Merc Lapidus (credit only)
Kathleen Rose Perkins ... Carol Rance
Mircea Monroe ... Morning Randolph (credit only)
Ella Kenion ... Matt's Publicist
Andrea Rosen ... Eileen Jaffee
Geoffrey McGivern Geoffrey McGivern ... Bob (as Geoff McGivern)
Tom Price ... Aaron
Joseph May ... Andy Button
Daisy Haggard ... Myra Licht
Laurie Calvert ... Carol's Assistant
Andrea Savage ... Helen Basch
Scarlett Rose Patterson ... Wendy


Whilst the Lincolns have three networks anxious to run their new show Matt - in the wake of his loss - looks to ways to save money, from selling his vineyard to sacking his beach cleaner. When Sean and Beverly are unable to get him work as he is still contractually tied to them he asks his ex-wife to marry her abusive boyfriend to get him out of alimony payments. Carol meets her new boss Helen Basch and inadvertently admits to Helen that she slept with her ex-husband. However Helen proves to be totally in tune with the Lincolns over the new sitcom's format and they sell it to her. Written by don @ minifie-1

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18 January 2015 (USA) See more »

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4 March 2018 | by Arth_JoshiSee all my reviews


Episode Two

It unpredictability is what helps him stand alone like when Matt has to fire someone unlike some other sitcom it just works smoothly and doesn't create unnecessary issues but on the other hand this one was way too low on humor to survive it.

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