On Sunday night's "House of Lies," Matt Damon continued what has been quite a month of taking a few shots at his own image, joining the likes of John Malkovich, Neil Patrick Harris and James Van Der Beek in the self-deprecation hall of fame.
In real life, "House of Lies" star Don Cheadle and Damon are "super cute besties", having co-starred in the "Ocean's Eleven" movies. But on the Showtime series, "Matt" was a fame-obsessed egomaniac who came to Marty Kaan's Gallweather & Stearn in order to set up his own charity.
(In the meantime, this season's story arcs mostly took a backseat to the Damon shenanigans.) Below, we've outlined the three things we learned about this fictional version of Damon:
If you went by the number of awards handed out during the Grammys telecast, the show would only be an hour long.
But to fill the other two-and-a-half hours, the awards ceremony books some of the biggest acts to put on a concert for us viewers at home. While some years have been lackluster, the 55th Grammys had an embarrassment of riches - we could barely narrow down our list of favorite performances.
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