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Episodes 4 Seasons 2012

Season 2
4.4 out of 5 stars (55) IMDb 7.8/10

Who needs friends? Matt LeBlanc returns in his Golden Globe winning role (as Matt LeBlanc) on EPISODES - the biting, hilarious Showtime Original Series about getting screwed in Hollywood. This season, the unlikely threesome of Matt, Sean and Beverly quickly realize that success is as fleeting as a paparazzi flash when their TV hit looks poised to be an unmitigated flop. Surviving to see another season may mean losing everything - including their dignity.

Starring:
Matt LeBlanc, Stephen Mangan

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1. Episode 1

The story picks up four months after the end of the first season, where the impact of Beverly's tryst with Matt is still being felt. Sean and Beverly are now living apart. Beverly holds out hopes that the marriage can be repaired, but thus far Sean's having none of it. He also has no interest in resuming his former friendship with Matt. However, the three must remain on their best professional behavior, as they are forced to work together every day on their show Pucks!

TV-MA CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: July 1, 2012
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2. Episode 2

Matt misses his friendship with Sean. It frustrates him that the Englishman is still angry with him for sleeping with his wife and in attempts to win him back - Matt buys Sean a flashy convertible sports car. Although tempted to take it, Sean is determined to stick to his principles. The next morning, he's appalled when Beverly turns up to the set in a matching car. Later that day, Jamie Lapidus surprises Matt by paying a visit to his dressing room.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: July 8, 2012
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3. Episode 3

When Merc's father dies, the race is on to find the most impressive way of sending one's condolences. With Pucks! ratings in a freefall, they are urged to find the most extravagant way possible to impress Merc in his time of need. Swept up in the pressure to curry favour with Merc, Sean and Beverly find themselves accompanying Matt and Morning to the star-studded funeral.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: July 15, 2012
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4. Episode 4

The ratings for Pucks! are a disaster. Carol informs Sean and Beverly that there's one positive sign: network research shows that the students in Pucks! are a hit with a key younger demographic. Sean and Beverly are ordered to cut Matt's part down and write more for the boys. It doesn't take long for Matt to notice his scenes are shrinking, while floppy-haired teen heartthrob Stoke is getting more and more storylines. Sean and Beverly are forced to come clean, and Matt is livid.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: July 22, 2012
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5. Episode 5

Matt's stalker Labia becomes Sean's Facebook friend and tracks the guys down at a restaurant. When Matt spots her, he immediately throws her out, reminding her about the restraining order that states she can't come within 500 feet of him. Later, Matt tells Sean and Beverly that Labia's been obsessed with him for years. He finally had to take legal action to keep her away; but only after sleeping with her first. Meanwhile, it's the fifth anniversary of Merc and Carol's affair. He plans a lavish trip to Cabo to celebrate. Jamie, informed that her husband will be "away on business," takes the opportunity to suggest a dirty weekend with Matt in Napa.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 27 minutes Release date: July 29, 2012
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6. Episode 6

Merc persuades Matt to try and get one of his Friends cast mates to guest star on Pucks! to help improve the show's dismal ratings. It quickly proves to be a daunting task. Meanwhile, it's not just the ratings that are sagging. The special effects department is forced to step in to help conceal Morning's fallen cheek implant. As if Sean and Beverly don't have enough to worry about, Matt asks them to write his speech for Merc's upcoming 'Man of the Year' event. It's a thankless job that turns out to be far more difficult than it first appeared.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: August 5, 2012
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7. Episode 7

Sean and Beverly are called into Merc's office. It seems that the network has real concerns about Matt's recent weight gain. The network is convinced that Matt's expanding waistline is affecting the ratings and demands that Sean and Beverly confront Matt about his additional poundage. The star doesn't take the news well. Meanwhile, after much coaxing, Beverly agrees to go on a date with Morning's charming, handsome brother Rob.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: August 12, 2012
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8. Episode 8

Sean and Beverly are horrified to discover Labia lounging in Matt's dressing room. They're even more appalled when Matt admits to a drunken booty call with his stalker the night before. Matt tries to downplay the situation, but Beverly and Sean are having none of it. If Matt's ex-wife finds out he's let his stalker into his life, she'll never let him see his kids again. Over at the network, Merc is fighting for his career. A press story has revealed that he developed the smash hit "talking dog" comedy, but sold it to a rival network. Things become even tenser when Carol gets a call from the head of the other network, Elliot Salad.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: August 19, 2012
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9. Episode 9

While on a hike with Carol, Beverly accidentally lets slip that Jamie Lapidus has been having an affair with Matt. Carol is thrilled, but Beverly makes her promise to keep the news to herself. That promise is soon broken. It's the night that Merc is to receive his 'Man of the Year' award and as he and Carol are leaving the office for the event, she can't resist telling him about Jamie's affair with Matt.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: August 26, 2012
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By Michael E. Nader on February 28, 2016
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I like this series. It's crude, vulgar, but amiable fun. Culture shock for two staid Brits in a Hollywood of sexy goings on. What boggles the Brits is how there is no moral concern about what people do, their infidelities are casual, open, and careless, and sort of funny. As I said, an amiable series.
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This show is brilliantly written, subtly acted, and tremendously funny! Matt LeBlanc should not be under estimated, he is a comic genius with spot on timing. Two award winning writers from the UK are lured to Cali to recreate their high brow television series for American audiences, only it gets completely rewritten, recast, and they are wretched about it. To add insult to injury, Matt (their star) messes with their lives in ways they could've never imagined. Thoroughly hilarious!
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I am a big Matt LeBlanc fan so I was hoping this show would be a winner.
Like the characters in it, the British couple especially, and Matt, although
some of the subject matter is a bit too 'adult Hollywood' for my liking.
The writers do deserve credit for this show, however I wish some
sexual dialogue was less explicit. Subtlety, as in 'less is more,' can be
attractive.
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It may be due to fact that I lived in L.A for a long time but I just love to see these writers skewer the egos of the tv production people. Matt LeBlanc is absolutely perfect.
This for anyone with a sense of ironic humor.
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Love this show. Recommend it to anyone who's a fan of the charming Stephen Mangan and/or the charming Tamsin Greig. And if you're not a fan of those two charming, funny and talented British actors, you need to become one.
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I veered from "It's Ok", to "I Hate It" quickly, about halfway through episode 7, from season one. Not one moment of what I had watched to that point was actually memorable, lacking as it was, any sense of focus or presence. Dialogues are stiff and stilted, the emphasis on the accents of 'Sean and Beverly' is soon tiring, as is the odious person who plays the producer, whose name escapes me, he's that unlikeable. The comedy just isn't there, seems the actors had to plot their tempos on whether or not the audience would laugh. I think this is one show that absolutely, totally requires a laugh track! The American slang just isn't funny coming from the already uptight appearing Beverly, who snarls at literally every line. Her mop in long pants husband is a wanker who is so whupped, he cannot manage to string two words together to begin a sentence, with stumbling and boffing the bird. Just stupid. NOT even LeBlanc can rescue this daft marriage of trite and vague at the same time. He wasn't a performer on "Friends", just a background fluffer, and in this show, he lacks even his youthful looks to carry his wet paper bag performance.

I don't understand the 4 and 5 stars people are reporting. I suspect this show, to most TV addicted people, is funny; because they are used to other people telling them what works, sells, performs, blah, blah-all their lives. Why change now for some dumbed-down pilot and low season play time mess like this? Kill Your TV.
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This season is just as great as the first one. This is terrific comedy writing and acting. If you like Two and a Half Men, do NOT watch this. But if shows like Entourage, Modern Family, Veep, Parks and Rec, or Frasier make you laugh, this is just right for you.
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This show is a slow burner and season 2 is set up by season 1. The characters become richer (uhmm, more complex), the dialogue is better, and the range of emotions evoked in the viewer is greater, I provided a less complimentary review after watching 4 episodes of season 1 (hey, I was invited!), and I hope this balances that one out. A good script can make bad actors look good, and vice versa, but all the actors seem to inhabit their characters perfectly, and the result is brilliant.
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