Episodes (2011–2017)
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The Final Episode 

The Finale orbits back to the beginning. S&B react to MLB's betrayal by writing the show that tells of their experiences in Hollywoo. Lovers unite.


Jeffrey Klarik


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Matt LeBlanc ... Matt LeBlanc
Stephen Mangan ... Sean Lincoln
Tamsin Greig ... Beverly Lincoln
John Pankow ... Merc Lapidus
Kathleen Rose Perkins ... Carol Rance
Mircea Monroe ... Morning Randolph
Andrea Rosen ... Eileen Jaffee
Alden Ray ... Security Guard
Tom Bates Tom Bates ... Stage Manager
Sarah Armstrong ... Danika
Rosie Sansom Rosie Sansom ... Kelsey
Dinesh Sundran Dinesh Sundran ... Rafe
Callum Adams ... Jonathan
Andrea Savage ... Helen Basch
Joseph May ... Andy Button


Beverly and Sean are appalled to learn that Matt has rejected their script and signed up for another show, leaving them jobless. However Sean has a plan to get them back on board by touching a nerve with Matt, thus giving them the upper hand and a new sitcom. Beverly also - inadvertently - reunites Helen and Carol. Written by don @ minifie-1

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8 October 2017 (USA) See more »

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Hat Trick Productions See more »
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The Final Episode
19 July 2019 | by Prismark10See all my reviews

The final episode of Episodes continues with a final cynical look of life as a Hollywood writer.

It seems like it was such a long time ago when the late Richard Griffiths played a cameo in the first episode as the actor who had to audition for a role in a proposed US sitcom. It was a role he played in the UK for years only to be usurped by Matt Le Blanc for the US remake. It should not be forgotten that Griffiths role was actually based on himself when it came to his role in the hit stage play The History Boys.

It finally dawns on Sean just what a selfish turd Matt actually is when he passed on the show that Matt helped create. Both Matt and Beverly confront Matt and tell him exactly what they think off him while Lapidus looks on cheerfully.

The episode loses impetus in a long scene where Carol and Helen sort out their differences.

However Sean uses his new experiences in Hollywood for an idea for a bitter, cynical new show. However backstabbing Matt can never be written off when a good script is doing the rounds.

A nice end to the series, but to me id did not quiet go out with a bang which it was promising to do early on in the episode.

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