Matt Damon was Guest #1 on Q's season premier today. His new film "The Informant!" is about the highest-ranking corporate whistle-blower in U.S. history. But Damon plays a white-collar super hero with a twist -- he's also a compulsive liar. So we asked him, "Whether it's steroid use in baseball or going to war in Iraq, do you think lying has become more culturally acceptable?" Although Matt said lying undermines the values of his country, he didn't really answer whether it has become more commonly practised. So, what do you think? Are we lying more than ever? And is it more acceptable when we do?