Matt Damon argues with wife over Downton
Matt Damon argues with his wife over 'Downton Abbey' because she watches episodes without him
Matt Damon argues with his wife over 'Downton Abbey'.
'The Monuments Men' actor admits he's a big fan of the ITV period drama and fell out with his wife Luciana Barrosa after she watched a run of episodes without him.
Speaking on 'The Graham Norton Show', which airs tonight (14.02.14), Matt said: "My wife is an addict. It's a problem.
"We were supposed to watch it together and I came to bed one night and she said, 'I've just watched six of them - I'll tell you what happened!'
"She wanted to watch the seventh and didn't want to go back to the beginning. So she's done the whole thing and I am on my own."
The 43-year-old star, who has three daughters with wife Luciana, along with her daughter from a previous marriage, has been married since 2005 and is currently missing his family while promoting his new film 'The Monuments Men', co-starring George Clooney, who has also said he's a fan of 'Downton Abbey'.
But he appeared to be enjoying himself on Graham's sofa, declaring: "This is the best time I have ever had on a chat show."
Meanwhile, Matt has said he would love to appear in 'Downtown Abbey' with co-star Hugh Bonneville, who plays Robert, Earl of Grantham.
Asked if Hugh had convinced him to guest-star on the show yet, he said: "He could, he could. Everybody loves that show. My wife loves the show more than anybody. I don't know [if she loves it more than Michelle Obama]. They would have a lot to talk about."