I’ll miss Matt Damon if he’s gone from the show. His character was a little over-the-top in his “Pilots are AWESOME” schtick, but I think he sold it well. And I thought he and Tina Fey played really well off each other in this episode as the tension escalated.
Weird hair, though.
P.S. Funny story. My wife was born in Canada to American parents, so she has an American certificate of birth abroad, which she carries when she travels to Canada because her passport lists her place of birth as Canada. No customs agent on either side has ever batted an eye at this, presumably because they’re trained, except for one who wanted to know when she became an American. “At birth,” she replied. “No you didn’t,” he smugly maintained. “Yes I did. My dad was a US Customs agent working in Canada when I was born, my mom is also American, so that makes me an American.” “No, you had to file a petition to gain US Citizenship. When did you do that?” “I didn’t have to, because I was born an American citizen, just like you.” “No you weren’t,” he insisted, no less smug. She finally rolled her eyes and said, “Whatever you say,” which I thought for sure would trigger some backroom interrogation bullshit, but I guess the triumph was enough for him. Of course, he was wrong, and if you’re born to US Citizens outside of the US you’re a full-fledged American* and can become President.
[sub]Full-fledged in the sense that you’re a dual citizen, but the US doesn’t generally recognize such a distinction. So to the US, my wife is American, and to Canada, she’s a dual Canadian-American citizen.[/sub]