Entourage (2004–2011)
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Unlike a Virgin 

Eric tries to make a deal for 2 new clients. Drama does whatever it takes to keep his relationship with Jacqueline. An old flame returns to Vince.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Eric Murphy
Mrs. Ari (credit only)
Mark Wahlberg
Amanda Daniels


Eric tries to make a deal for 2 new clients. Drama does whatever it takes to keep his relationship with Jacqueline. An old flame returns to Vince.

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Comedy | Drama


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14 September 2008 (USA)  »

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Ari Gold: One bad movie can be overcome. Look at Colin Ferrell - he's overcome dozens of them cause the perception of him is he's a movie star.
Vincent Chase: What's the perception of me?
Ari Gold: That you don't give a fuck.
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The best episode so far, by far.
15 September 2008 | by See all my reviews

This episode is easily the best episode of the entire series of Entourage. The humour is back, we see a more emotional Vinnie Chase, and we finally get rid of Dramas laptop, thank god. It seems E is not as smart as he thinks he is as Vinnie is starting to go to the "Dark Side", i.e. the ever brilliant Ari Gold. This is a welcome return to force for the show, considering the pretty poor season 4. I feel that the producers were trying to take one movie at a time per season; this definitely didn't work with Medellin in Season 4 and almost didn't work with the Aquaman saga.

The new emotions of Vinnie, yes he may have had them before but was never given the chance to show them, are very welcome. I just love the way he is moving to the Ari Gold side of things, the untouchable Vinnie with principles. I'm looking forward to how this plays out, with E after going to the "Anti-Ari" side of things with the new script.

Drama was the main person to hold Season 4 together; the humour and the actual amassing acting of Kevin Dillon to actual do the quagmire of acting really bad. The laptop dating situation with Jacqueline was a bit silly. Surely it was advised straight away that this character must be removed. This is one thing I like about the script writers, if the public don't feel the chemistry with a character, and then they are prepared to remove the character and even change it. I always feel I have almost a psychological control over the program. Odiously I don't but the scrip writers really do listen to it's audience. The main example was Vinnie's bodyguard friend who stole the Shrek doll. I'm sure it's only a matter of time before they come up with some truly funny stuff for Drama.

Turtle is actually getting a bit more involved in the show too, instead of standard one liners, he seems to be moving on with a better type of character. I still would like to know what has happened to the daughter of the guy who owns the shop.

Ari Gold, at his best, brilliant new one liners. Angrier than ever, nasty, spiteful, I love it. Nothing more to be said here. Emmy award again…. Simple decision….. yes.

E, times are going to get tough for E. I like the way this is going and I like the way Eric is going with it on the "Anti-Ari" Dana Gordon side. I'm sure I'll be able to explain better over the next few episodes when we see where this is going too.

Lloyd, my favourite gay person.. Funny as ever. Where pray tell is Debi Mazar, why is this brilliantly talented actress and brilliant character not utilised more often in Entourage. Whenever she is on the show she's in it for 2 seconds. More Shauna please…..

Love the show, keep it up.


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