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After Discovering Beverly Cheated, Sean and Matt Get Into an Awkward Fight on 'Episodes' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Feb 21st 2011 5:05AM
Stephen Mangan and Matt LeBlanc, 'Episodes'Last week, Beverly made a horrible judgment call and actually went to bed with Matt LeBlanc. On this week's season finale of 'Episodes' (Sun., 9:30PM ET on Showtime), her husband Sean found out about their tryst.

Sure, she may have done it because she thought Sean had cheated on her, but there are two things wrong with that. One, he hadn't. Two, even if he had, it wouldn't have made it okay.

Sean deduced the truth based on the cinnamon scent of Matt's cologne, a custom scent created based on his 'Friends' character Joey. Beverly smelled of it. Matt smelled of it. And once Sean figured out what had happened, Matt's house began to smell of it as Sean began to hurl bottles at him.

What proceeded was one of the least graceful, and therefore most realistic, fight scenes you'll see on television. Awkward slams into the ground, flailing around, and even a cactus.

Unfortunately, also unlike TV, the fight didn't resolve all of their oustanding issues. So, how do you end a season now that your three principal cast members are kind of hating each other?

While ratings haven't been great on 'Episodes,' if it does get a chance to return for a second season, we'll presumably get to watch the show-within-a-show starring Matt LeBlanc, 'Pucks!' go into production on its first season with everyone hating each other.

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You said the three main characters hate each other. What reason does Matt or Beverly have to hate Sean? Certainly, Sean has every right to despise both of them. He'sthe the injured party here.

Frankly, I think this show has really painted itself into a corner. I see no realistic reason why anyone would want to see a reconciliation now between Sean and Beverly. Beverly made it clear to both Matt and Sean that she thought the cheating was justified as long as she thought Sean had cheated first. So why would Sean want to stay with Beverly,who was not only unfaithful but apparently is capable of doing the same thing again as long as her warped brain was convinced - and with no real evidence, no less - that he had already cheated? And why should Sean want to stay with someone who has such a "the world sucks" attitude AND cheats on him?.

So if the main relationships that made the show fun to watch are irreparably damaged, where does it go from here and why should anyone want to watch. Beats me.

February 21 2011 at 6:01 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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