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:
"Troy and Abed back from summer!"
And thus began season four of "Community," nearly nine months after season three ended. (So yes, obviously it is February, but at Greendale Community College, it's the fall. This show was originally supposed to return on October 19, which has been a running gag for "Community" fandom online.)
[Editor's Note: If you haven't seen the season premiere of "Smash" and are sensitive about spoilers, you should skip this post.]
Whether you've enjoyed watching "Smash" or just live to "hate-watch" it, there was something for everyone in Tuesday night's season premiere, including a lot of changes.
It was also a roller-coaster ride of an opener, with its fair share of high points and lows. Here's a breakdown:
[Editor's Note: This post contains spoilers for the series premiere of "The Americans" - you've been warned.]
Let's get this out of the way from the start: "The Americans," the most anticipated FX series since "American Horror Story," is the real deal.
Wednesday night's episode was the most gripping series premiere of the season (at least since the sadly canceled "Last Resort").
So here are just a few things we liked about it:
One constant of "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" has been the host's ongoing "feud" with Matt Damon.
Every night, Kimmel apologizes for bumping Damon off the show because "we ran out of time."
Damon got some revenge years ago, but until Thursday was never an official guest on his show. Last night, Damon turned the tables on Kimmel by tying him up and taking over as host.
Well, it was definitely a season.
Wednesday night's finale of "American Horror Story: Asylum" (really, the last two episodes) served as an epic epilogue to the story of Briarcliff.
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