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Matt Damon as Matt Damon on ‘House of Lies’

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Matt Damon will play himself on this Sunday’s episode of “House of Lies,” the Showtime drama starring Kristen Bell and Damon’s “Ocean’s Eleven’’ costar Don Cheadle. The episode has Damon hiring Cheadle’s character to help him start a charity in his own name called Damon’s Children. (Of course, Damon does have his own, real-life charitable organization, Water.org.)

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“OK. I see you. Wouldn’t disrespect ANYONE personally. Ever.” - Justin Timberlake, on Twitter, to fans who thought he dissed his ex, Britney Spears, onstage at a pre-Super Bowl concert.

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