Season 2 finale. Doug pops the question to his girlfriend, Sarah (JENNY SLATE). Marty's backhanded dealings lead to increased tension and unintended consequences for everyone.
Marty is pushed to the brink when trying to finalize a business deal. Clyde sees his star meter rising when his club owner pals, the Dushkin twins, turn to him to extend their brand beyond Las Vegas.
Marty covertly makes strides with his future in mind. Jeannie questions her own future when presented with a career opportunity. Doug gets a chance to "rain make" some of his own business.
Doug and Clyde are summoned to testify in a legal deposition for their role in a wrongful death suit filed against a big telecommunications company. Casino king Michael Carlson slows Marty's attempts to close a deal.
Jeannie meets an unlikely suitor, Nate (ADAM BRODY), when consulting with an adult toy company. While on the engagement, Doug is struck with inspiration for a wild gift idea for his new girlfriend.
Marty faces a moral dilemma when he discovers evidence of a banking client's role in a cover-up scheme. Jeannie attempts damage control with the Pod when an ex-boyfriend posts something shocking on the web.
Marty questions his commitment to Galweather Stearn. Doug gains a new perspective on his fellow Pod members after introducing them to his girlfriend. Marty is tempted to explore things with Tamara.
Marty gets a surprise visit from his militant younger brother, Malcolm (LARENZ TATE). Elsewhere, Doug and Jeannie go on assignment with an online dating company while Marty finds a kindred spirit in consultant Brynn (LISA EDELSTEIN).
When superstar Matt Damon (HIMSELF) calls on Galweather Stearn to find him a charity to enhance his image, Marty discovers he may have to go further than he's willing to keep Damon's business.
Marty and Clyde attempt to woo the business of a new Las Vegas casino king. Jeannie tries to assess how big a threat Tamara is. Monica makes an unlikely connection with her personal vegan chef.
Marty and the Pod head to Las Vegas. They're joined by Tamara (guest star Nia Long), Galweather Stearn's newest consultant. Clyde is seduced by the VIP bottle-service Las Vegas nightlife.
Season 2 premiere. Marty and the Pod adjust to the "new" Galweather Stearn. Jeannie relives haunting memories from a drunken night out.
With the help of Greg Norbert, Marty and The Pod fight to pull off an 11th-hour reprieve and stop the MetroCapital acquisition from happening. Meanwhile, Jeannie makes a decision about marrying Wes, while Martys son, Roscoe, makes a life-altering decision of his own.
Marty and The Rainmaker work together to put the kibosh on their firms impending acquisition by MetroCapital.
Jeannie embarks on a gig to establish her own legend in the world of consultants when she leads The Pod to her hometown to resurrect an ailing church. Meanwhile, Monicas powers of manipulation reach new heights, threatening Martys relationship with April.
The consultants get consulted when Marty and The Pod are put through the ringer by their arch rival firm, Kinsley Johnson, all part of the due diligence MetroCapital is performing for the upcoming merger. Meanwhile, Jeannie does her best to keep Wes and the marriage at bay, but fails to keep it a secret from Marty.
Kristen Bell and Don Cheadle discuss Marty and Jeannie's relationship.
Don't miss the House of Lies season 3 premiere Sunday, January 12th at 10PM ET/PT.
Get a behind the scenes look at season 3 of House of Lies.
House of Lies returns for season 3 Sunday, January 12th at 10PM ET/PT.
The pod is back! Showtime caught up with the cast of House of Lies at their season 3 photo shoot.
The Pod discovers that USNB has been issuing ghetto loans.
Jeannie tries to piece together her drunken night with Marty.
Doug's new girlfriend encourages him to take charge.
Matt Damon calls on Marty to help him enhance his image.
Jeannie shows the pod a vintage porno she made.
Marty and Tamara plot their next move.
When a routine flight experiences technical trouble, Doug and Clyde have very different reactions.