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Episode Four 

Sean and Bev finally come with Matt at his new Ranch House to work on the script for their new show. Carol got pregnant for which she is both nervous and happy.


Jeffrey Klarik


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

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Episode cast overview:
Matt LeBlanc ... Matt LeBlanc
Tamsin Greig ... Beverly Lincoln
Stephen Mangan ... Sean Lincoln
John Pankow ... Merc Lapidus
Kathleen Rose Perkins ... Carol Rance
Mircea Monroe ... Morning Randolph
Rosie Sansom Rosie Sansom ... Kelsey
Dinesh Sundran Dinesh Sundran ... Rafe
Sarah Armstrong ... Danika
Rochelle Neil ... Jessica
Callum Adams ... Jonathan
Tom Bates Tom Bates ... Stage Manager
Roger Bart ... Roger Riskin
Stacy Shane ... Vet


Beverly is delighted to find that Carol has left her house - until she learns who coaxed her out, especially as, unbeknown to Carol, the newly-divorced Merc is engaged to Morning Randolph. Nonetheless she joins Sean at Matt's lavish ranch to discuss their new project, which Matt wants to name 'Whores'. Unwisely he also lets them use his gun. Written by don @ minifie-1

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17 September 2017 (USA) See more »

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Hat Trick Productions See more »
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References Babe (1995) See more »

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Episode 5.4
5 May 2018 | by Prismark10See all my reviews

Carol has a spring in her step as she confides in Beverly that she has rekindled her romance with Lapidus only for Beverly to discover that Lapidus is only romancing Morning, the lady with the pert boobs who seems to get younger with each season of the show.

Sean and Bev get together with Matt at his ranch to bounce ideas for his new show. Matt wants to play the US president and then pitches an idea for a show called Whores only to discover Netflix is only going ahead with something similar.

The episode culminates with a shooting incident involving a wild boar that Matt has been aiming for some time.

However I did think the episode lost focus by getting away from Hollywood. It was a weak ending that no one wanted to pay for the treatment of the boar at the vets. Did they expect the vet to treat it for free?

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