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VIDEO: Episodes: Episode 308

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Length: 29:25
Aired: 3/9/2014

Filming on 'Pucks!' is drawing to a close and everyone is focused on what they will do next. watch

VIDEO: Episodes: Episode 307

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Length: 29:13
Aired: 2/23/2014

Beverly prepares to return to England, while Sean hangs on to his Hollywood dreams. Matt is crushed to learn that his former stalker is no longer obsessed with him. Carol�s dreams for a future with Castor are dashed. watch

VIDEO: Episodes: Episode 306

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Length: 28:47
Aired: 2/16/2014

'Pucks!' is pulled from the schedule and everyone reacts in different ways: Sean is in denial, Beverly is mentally packing her bags, while Matt finds solace in the arms of a 19 year old super-fan. watch


Episodes Season 3 Outtakes
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Year Title Description
2011 Episodes TV Show Series, Creator
2011 Episodes TV Show Series, Executive Producer
2007 The Class: The Class Has to Go to a Stupid Museum
Season 1, Episode 14
Episode, Co-Creator
2006 The Class: The Class Runs Into a Convenience Store
Season 1, Episode 10
Episode, Co-Creator
2006 The Class: The Class Gets Frozen Yogurt
Season 1, Episode 5
Episode, Co-Executive Producer

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Keck's Exclusives: Awkward Late-Night Episodes

Showtime's Episodes hasn't begun shooting its third season yet, but I already know which installment is going to be my favorite. Creators David Crane and Jeffrey Klarik are planning to spoof a... read more

Episodes Renewed for Third Season

Matt LeBlanc's Showtime comedy Episodes has been renewed for a nine-episode third season, the cable network announced Thursday.

Episodes stars LeBlanc as a fictionalized version of himself, a role which earned him his first Golden Globe and Emmy nods since Friends. Joining LeBlanc again will be Stephen Mangan and Tasmin Greig as Sean and Beverly Lincoln, the creators of a hit British show that is remade as a starring vehicle for LeBlanc in the U.S. read more

Episodes: The Creation of "Matt LeBlanc" (and the Destruction of Joey)

Matt LeBlanc is a pretty big jerk on Episodes, and not in the neurotic Larry David-on-Curb Your Enthusiasm-kind of way. In the Showtime comedy, LeBlanc plays himself as a lame-brained has-been — with a stinky Joey cologne line to match — but also a womanizer, bum dad, and most recently, the kind of guy who sleeps with his friend's wife without remorse.

It's a complicated if depressing alter ego to take on, and certainly one attention-grabbing way for the real-life LeBlanc to jump back into the spotlight following the 2006 failure of Joey. Executive producers David Crane and Jeffrey Klarik say that they didn't craft the part around the real LeBlanc, who in person is pleasant but serious, relaxed but not overly friendly. "Occasionally, he'll be playful, but he's not Joey," Klarik says.

Are the creators of Showtime's Episodes bitter? They don't think so!

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Keck's Exclusives: Showtime's Episodes Covers a Taboo Topic

The February 6 episode of Showtime's Episodes makes jokes about an issue that television comedy has long avoided: rape. The storyline finds Matt LeBlanc (playing an overly clueless version of himself) at a rape prevention benefit, struggling to uncork a bottle of wine — oblivious to the survivor onstage relating the story of her brutal attack. Wickedly funny or brazenly insensitive?

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Are the Creators of Showtime's Episodes Bitter? They Don't Think So!

It's difficult to believe that the creators of Showtime's Episodes are not holding a grudge against network TV.

Their last series, the CBS sitcom The Class, was axed after one short season, and their follow-up comedy (for cable, natch) is nothing if not an indictment of how the worst broadcast shows get made, sometimes in spite of a great idea. Just take a gander at Episodes' fictional network honcho, a crass and careless tyrant who transforms an urbane British hit about the headmaster of an elite boys school into a broad comedy for American audiences starring Matt LeBlanc.

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