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Episode Five 

Sean and Beverly may be forced to work with Sean's old writing partner. Matt's financial problems are worse and he may resort to drastic measures.

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Episode credited cast:
... Matt LeBlanc
... Beverly Lincoln
... Sean Lincoln
... Merc Lapidus
... Carol Rance
... Morning Randolph
... David Schwimmer
Geoffrey McGivern ... Bob (as Geoff McGivern)
... Tim Whittick
... Eileen Jaffee
... Helen Basch
... Roger Riskin
Jake Mitchell ... Young PA
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The Lincolns are shocked to find that Tim has the same agent as themselves and confidently expects to be part of the writing team, prompting Sean to come up with a compromise to suit all concerned. Helen is angry when Merc, still peddling his feeble idea for a show, reveals a long past one night stand they had to Carol whilst Matt, still strapped for cash, resorts to desperate measures. Whilst refusing to release an old sex tape he made with Morning Randolph he horrifies Beverly and Sean by agreeing to make a paid celebrity appearance at a birthday party for a tyrant dictator - where he bumps into a former 'Friends' co-star who is doing the same thing. Written by don @ minifie-1

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8 February 2015 (USA)  »

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anything for a million dollars..
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Episode Five

The final conclusion to one of the annoying characters in here and it was smartly written and executed that brings out laughs and a genuine emotion out of it and for the fans a small reunion between two long last 'friends' giving it a perfect climax it needed.


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