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Matt Damon will make a comical, yet vulgar, cameo on Showtime’s House of Lies this Sunday.
House of Lies is a Showtime dramedy that centers on a group of management consultants in Los Angeles who are sometimes forced to go to extremes to make business deals. It is currently in its second season.
Wednesday afternoon, Showtime’s official Twitter for House of Lies announced a special celebrity guest slated to appear on Sunday’s episode as himself: Matt Damon.
The accompanying clip laced with censored vulgarities shows Damon seated at a business meeting with the show’s main cast, including Marty Kaan (Don Cheadle), Jeannie van der Hooven (Kristen Bell) and Clyde Oberholt (Ben Shwartz).
Damon admits to Kaan his love of free “swag,” and his hatred for George Clooney, who he believes would win an Oscar for just showing up. He also suggests Kaan should be engaging in intimate relations with van der Hooven if he is not already doing so.
According to Mashable, Damon is no stranger to television guest spots. In particular, he has had a long running “feud” with Jimmy Kimmel, who extended the gag by inviting him for the last two minutes of his show so he would have no time to be interviewed. In 2011, he starred in an ESPN video complimenting Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy. He has also appeared in several episodes of the sixth season of Entourage.
Check out a teaser from the upcoming House of Lies episode below, set to air on Sunday, Feb. 10 at 10 p.m. Will you be watching?