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Matt LeBlanc stars in this comedy series as ... Matt LeBlanc. The former "Friends" actor stars as an actor who is cast in an American version of a couple's British sitcom that is popular overseas. But, as the star, LeBlanc reworks the show into what turns out to be a terrible cliche, causing tension in the couple's marriage.

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Matt's tryst with Danika goes viral, and he calls the head of the network to plead his case; Sean and Beverly endure a disastrous casting session; Carol gets stoned with her maid.
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Matt's gameshow is a hit, but he must also have daily contact with Merc Lapidus; Sean and Beverly work for Sean's ex-partner; Carol goes into a tailspin.
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Sean and Beverly learn that Matt has passed on the new show they created for him; Carol continues to pursue her lawsuit against Helen and the network, but an encounter at her deposition may take her life in an entirely unexpected direction.
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Sean and Beverly find themselves in an ugly dispute with Matt when he demands a writing credit on their new show; Carol decides to leave television, move home to Michigan and raise Merc's child on her own.
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Beverly is forced to tell the truth about Merc after Carol reveals she is pregnant; Matt's father drops dead, creating an enormous hassle.
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Carol confesses her newfound happiness with Merc, which Beverly agrees to support until she learns he has recently become engaged; Matt takes Sean and Beverly to his ranch for a working weekend in an effort to come up with a new series.
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Matt leverages his newfound celebrity to get a new series guaranty from the network and works to woo Sean and Beverly away from Tim; after hitting rock bottom, Carol finds solace in an unlikely place.
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Beverly and Carol continue to hide their friendship from Helen; "Matt and the Box" has its showtime.
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Beverly and Carol hide their friendship from Helen; Matt must either sell the beach house or take a job as a game show host.
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Sean is hurt when Matt shows no interest in his new show; Carol tries to slow down the pace of her new relationship.
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Matt spends a day at the hospital while his father has heart surgery.
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Sean and Beverly must consider a writing partnership with Tim; Carol and Helen learn they share a bedfellow; Matt receives a lucrative invitation.
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Sean's former writing partner puts pressure on Sean and Beverly; Carol starts a new romance; Matt may have discovered an answer to both of his problems.
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Sean's former writing partner shows up; Merc's career is revived; Matt and Carol find unexpected romances.
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Matt tries to solve his financial troubles; networks compete for Sean and Beverly's new show; Carol must make amends to a woman she scorned.
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Sean and Beverly are forced to return from London to make new episodes of "Pucks!"; Matt gets alarming news about his finances; Carol lobbies to run the network.
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Beverly tries to keep Sean on course; Matt learns that he must audition for a lead role.
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As the filming on "Pucks" closes, the gang looks to the future.
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Beverly gets ready to return to England; Sean wants to see his Hollywood dreams fulfilled; Matt's stalker has moved on; Carols dreams are crushed.
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Everyone reacts differently when "Pucks" is pulled from the schedule.
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The network hosts its annual party; Sean and Beverly's relationship is shaky; when Merc steals his ex-wife's artwork, Matt comes to her rescue.

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