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Entourage episodes

The End Season 8, Episode 8

In the series finale, Vince takes a surprising step after a first date with Sophia; a therapy session yields mixed results for Ari and Mrs. Ari; and Vince, Drama and Turtle urge Sloan to work things out with Eric. read more

Second to Last Season 8, Episode 7

Turtle turns to his investors for more money when his new business partners eye an expensive property. Meanwhile, Eric and Melinda crash Sloan's date; the miner movie gets personal for Ari; and Vince woos Sophia. Directed by Kevin Connolly, who plays Eric. read more

The Big Bang Season 8, Episode 6

Ari gets unsettling news from his lawyer about his divorce; Eric is floored by a gift from Melinda Clarke, but unnerved by a revelation from Johnny Galecki; Vince deals with the fallout from his interview; Turtle meets his new business partners. Cowritten by Jerry Ferrara. read more

Motherf. Season 8, Episode 5

Dissatisfied with his new "Johnny's Bananas" costar, Drama hatches a plan to bring Andrew Dice Clay back to the show. Meanwhile, Vince tries to do his own damage control with a Vanity Fair interview; Eric bonds with Sloan's ex-stepmother over their romantic woes; and Ari's recent tryst makes for an awkward business meeting with Dana Gordon. read more

Whiz Kid Season 8, Episode 4

Shauna goes into damage-control mode when Vince must pass a drug test after being caught in a compromising position; Ari escorts an old flame to Bobby Flay's restaurant to get back at his wife following a rancorous session of couples therapy. Cowritten by Jerry Ferrara, who plays Turtle. read more

One Last Shot Season 8, Episode 3

A benevolent Vince defies his friends' advice and gives an old nemesis, producer Carl Ertz (Kim Coates), a second chance when he claims to be interested in the miner movie. Meanwhile, Andrew Dice Clay takes a stand on his "Johnny's Bananas" contract, despite Drama's disapproval; Lloyd convinces Ari to go on a date; and Turtle has a meeting with his boss about his future with Avion. read more

Out With a Bang Season 8, Episode 2

Vince asks Billy Walsh (Rhys Coiro) to review his miner-movie idea as a vehicle for Drama. Meanwhile, Ari forces Lloyd to retrace his steps when he hears disturbing news about Mrs. Ari; Drama's "Johnny's Bananas" costar Andrew Dice Clay needs representation; and Eric plays phone tag with Sloan. read more

Home Sweet Home Season 8, Episode 1

The guys go to extremes to keep Vince away from temptation after he gets out of rehab in the eighth-season premiere, but they're also worried about triggering a relapse when he's excited about a lame idea for a movie. Meanwhile, Ari pleads with his wife to end their separation; and Eric and Scott court new clients for their fledgling management company. read more

Hollywood Sunset: A Farewell Tribute to Entourage

A salute to the Hollywood satire "Entourage," which begins its eighth and final season July 24. The series premiered July 18, 2004. read more

Lose Yourself Season 7, Episode 10

In the seventh-season finale, Ari's emotional outburst threatens to undermine a surprise party for his wife the next day. Meanwhile, Eric fields an interesting offer from Terrance (Malcolm McDowell), which makes him consider a business proposal from Scott; Turtle's tequila business is in danger of sinking; and the guys worry that Vince's licentious behavior has reached the point of no return. read more

Porn Scenes From an Italian Restaurant Season 7, Episode 9

Turtle irks his boss by reaching out to NBA owner Mark Cuban for financial help; Eric's assistant joins the chorus to convince Drama to do Billy Walsh's series; Ari finds out secondhand that Amanda may have beaten him to a business deal; Vince lobbies to get Sasha a role in his new movie to keep her out of an adult film. Directed by Kevin Connolly. read more

Sniff Sniff Gang Bang Season 7, Episode 8

A network's interest in a show for Drama generates enthusiasm for everyone but the potential star; Ari alters his behavior to combat negative publicity; Turtle faces a supply-and-demand problem with his tequila line; Sasha mulls a lucrative offer to make another adult film. read more

Tequila and Coke Season 7, Episode 7

Ari bargains with Lizzie to get his hands on some incriminating evidence; director Randall Wallace wants to make sure Vince's recent behavior is an aberration; Turtle deals with a dissatisfied customer; Drama balks at Billy's latest pitch, but it draws interest from Eric. read more

Hair Season 7, Episode 6

Ari feuds with Amanda Daniels (Carla Gugino) over the Lizzie Grant affair; the return of Billy Walsh draws mixed reactions from the guys; Vince's behavior causes concern among his handlers; Turtle continues his awkward courtship of Alex. read more

Bottoms Up Season 7, Episode 5

Ari courts Jessica Simpson, Aaron Sorkin and Mike Tyson when he senses Lizzie may be plotting against him; porn star Sasha Grey makes a good impression on Vince, who brings her to a meeting with comic-book icon Stan Lee; Drama fears competition from Bob Saget; Turtle thinks Vince could boost his new business. read more

Tequila Sunrise Season 7, Episode 4

Turtle is leery of a business proposition from Alex; Drama gets off on the wrong foot with potential costar John Stamos; Ari makes progress in his pursuit of an NFL deal but remains suspicious of Lizzie's intentions; Eric and Scott find common ground in advancing Vince's career and the future of their company. read more

Dramedy Season 7, Episode 3

Eric and Phil (William Fichtner) try to persuade Drama to consider working on a sitcom; Ari and Barbara differ on Lizzie's prospects for a promotion; Turtle finds an unlikely ally in Alex for a new business venture; the bond between Vince and Scott Lavin strengthens, much to Eric's chagrin. read more

Buzzed Season 7, Episode 2

Ari is uncharacteristically nervous before a big meeting with Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and other NFL executives, and Vince's new daredevil streak doesn't make his job any easier. Meanwhile, Turtle jumps to conclusions about a former employee, and Eric reluctantly joins the campaign to find Drama a job. read more

Stunted Season 7, Episode 1

In the seventh-season premiere, Eric and Ari go into panic mode when Vince is persuaded to do his own stunts for an action film directed by Nick Cassavetes. Meanwhile, Drama is desperate for work; Turtle risks mixing business with pleasure; and Ari plants a seed for making a deal with the NFL. read more

Give a Little Bit - Part 2 Season 6, Episode 13

In the conclusion of the sixth-season finale, Vince reluctantly answers a charity call from Matt Damon and LeBron James. Meanwhile, Ari tries to sell his business deal with Terrance to his wife; Drama considers a drastic career change; and Eric plans a rendezvous with Sloan. read more

Give a Little Bit - Part 1 Season 6, Episode 12

In Part 1 of the sixth-season finale, Vince reluctantly answers a charity call from Matt Damon and LeBron James. Meanwhile, Ari tries to sell his business deal with Terrance to his wife; Drama considers a drastic career change; and Eric plans a rendezvous with Sloan. read more

Give a Little Bit

In the sixth-season finale, Vince reluctantly answers a charity call from Matt Damon and LeBron James. Meanwhile, Ari tries to sell his business deal with Terrance to his wife; Drama considers a drastic career change; and Eric plans a rendezvous with Sloan. read more

Scared Straight Season 6, Episode 11

Ari's curiosity is piqued when Terrance (Malcolm McDowell), his onetime mentor and current nemesis, drops by unannounced to talk business. Meanwhile, Drama's nervous about an audition for "Melrose 2009," Turtle sees Jamie-Lynn off at the airport, and Eric seeks medical advice after a tip from Drama. read more

Berried Alive Season 6, Episode 10

Drama's desire to leave "Five Towns" for the revival of a popular prime-time soap causes additional friction between Ari and Lloyd; Turtle's new status as a student creates a romantic dilemma; Ashley wants Eric to prove she can trust him. read more

Security Briefs Season 6, Episode 9

Lloyd becomes a pawn in a game of one-upmanship between Ari and Adam Davies during their quest to sign Zac Efron. Meanwhile, Drama plays sleuth in the hunt for Vince's stalker, and Ashley grows wary of Eric's intentions. read more

The Sorkin Notes Season 6, Episode 8

Andrew's erratic behavior may hinder a major acquisition; Eric gets a call from Ashley after setting up a meeting with Sloan; Vince decides not to mess around with his security issues. read more

No More Drama Season 6, Episode 7

Vince and Turtle take drastic measures following a break-in; Eric starts a new job, and immediately clashes with a colleague over a client; Drama tries to make amends with a network boss. read more

Murphy's Lie Season 6, Episode 6

Eric mulls a job offer and tries to rebound from an ill-advised remark to Ashley; Drama puts himself between Jamie-Lynn and a notorious TV boss; Ari is surprised by an agency visit from Andrew's wife. read more

Fore! Season 6, Episode 5

Vince and Drama team up with Mark Wahlberg and Tom Brady at a charity golf tournament; Ari's adherence to his principles gets him in hot water with his wife and a fussy client; Eric is surprised by a job opportunity. read more

Running on E Season 6, Episode 4

Ari enlists Lloyd to keep an eye on Andrew's extracurricular activities; Vince finds ways to kill time until his next film starts shooting; Turtle goes clothes-shopping with Jamie-Lynn; Drama prepares for his character's romance on "Five Towns." read more

One Car, Two Car, Red Car, Blue Car Season 6, Episode 3

Turtle asks Ari for advice about charting a new career path; Eric may have reason to worry about his client Charlie's new TV show. read more

Amongst Friends Season 6, Episode 2

The premiere of "Gatsby" gives Eric a chance to hang out with Sloan---even if it's not an official date---and Turtle makes his first public appearance as Jamie-Lynn Sigler's boyfriend. Meanwhile, Ari worries about Andrew's extracurricular activities when he organizes an outing for their wives. read more

Drive Season 6, Episode 1

In the sixth-season premiere, Vince gets ready to take his driving test and begins promoting his role in Martin Scorsese's new movie, "Gatsby." Meanwhile, Eric mulls buying his own house, and Lloyd angles for a promotion. read more

Return to Queens Blvd Season 5, Episode 12

In the fifth-season finale, the guys return to New York City, where Vince looks up an old flame, Eric tries to persuade Gus Van Sant to give a part to Vince, and Drama mulls an investment opportunity. read more

Play'n with Fire Season 5, Episode 11

Vince gets confusing direction from Verner during a crucial scene in "Smokejumpers," and Turtle sets up a secret meeting after receiving an out-of-the-blue call. read more

Seth Green Day Season 5, Episode 10

Vince is unnerved by stern advice from Verner (Stellan Skarsgård), the demanding director of "Smokejumpers." Meanwhile, Eric is dismayed to learn that Seth Green is on the short list for Charlie's pilot, and Andrew receives a makeover from Ari and Lloyd. read more

Pie Season 5, Episode 9

Vince's first day on the set of "Smokejumpers" includes feelings of nervousness and a meeting with costar Jason Patric. Meanwhile, Ari reaches out to an old friend (Gary Cole) who needs his help. read more

First Class Jerk Season 5, Episode 8

Ari's preoccupation with a huge career move makes him inaccessible, so Vince answers a rival agent's call to meet with a famous director. Meanwhile, Turtle lucks into an airplane seat next to Jamie-Lynn Sigler. read more

Gotta Look Up to Get Down Season 5, Episode 7

Vince works with a supermodel on a photo shoot for a major fashion house, and Ari seizes an opportunity at a funeral to boost his client's career. read more

ReDOMption Season 5, Episode 6

Dom needs Vince's help after being involved in a televised car chase; Ari wagers on Vince's career while playing golf with studio head Alan Gray; and a desperate Turtle signs on as Drama's personal assistant. Golfer Phil Mickelson has a cameo. read more

Tree Trippers Season 5, Episode 5

Making the right call on a crucial career move calls for Vince and the guys to search for clarity and guidance in the arid expanse of Joshua Tree National Park. Meanwhile, Lloyd assists Ari in his time of need. read more

Fire Sale Season 5, Episode 4

Ari and Vince visit studios to pitch the smoke-jumper script, while Eric has tense but separate negotiations with Amanda and the screenwriters; Drama makes a memorable appearance on "The View." read more

The All Out Fall Out Season 5, Episode 3

After being advised by his no-nonsense accountant to file for bankruptcy, a cash-strapped Vince reluctantly considers a paying gig at an ostentatious Sweet 16 party; Ari raises the stakes in a battle of one-upsmanship with rival agent Adam Davies. read more

Unlike a Virgin Season 5, Episode 2

Ari worries about coming clean with Vince about the precarious status of his career; Eric turns to a former associate to shop a promising script; Drama pays a price for his obsessive contact with Jacqueline. Tony Bennett and Mark Wahlberg appear as themselves. read more

Fantasy Island Season 5, Episode 1

In the fifth-season premiere, Eric and Ari deal with the fallout from "Medellin"'s wretched reviews while Vince and Turtle lay low in an undisclosed tropical paradise, and Drama continues his long-distance romance with Jacqueline, but turns into a diva during a "Five Towns" photo shoot. read more

The Cannes Kids Season 4, Episode 12

In the fourth-season finale, attempts to sell “Medellin” at Cannes are complicated by the fact that no one has seen the finished product. Meanwhile, the popularity of “Viking Quest” gives Drama a boost. read more

No Cannes Do Season 4, Episode 11

The guys' trip to Cannes for the “Medellin” premiere is hampered by a security threat at the airport; Ari deals with his wife's and Lloyd's desires to go to France; Billy does his best to accommodate Eric's new client. read more

Snow Job Season 4, Episode 10

Ari is forced to work overtime when Billy delivers his script for Vince's next film; Eric has his hands full with a new client and her boyfriend. read more

The Young and the Stoned Season 4, Episode 9

Eric has a chance encounter with Anna Faris; Ari's wife returns to acting on a soap opera; Turtle gets ready for a party. read more

Gary's Desk Season 4, Episode 8

Vince eyes a piece of antique furniture for Eric's new workspace; Ari's introduced to an R&B singing sensation. read more

The Day F***ers Season 4, Episode 7

Eric and Turtle's love lives become a source of amusement for Vince and Drama; Ari adjusts to having his son in public school. read more

The WeHo Ho Season 4, Episode 6

Billy and Eric reconcile after their latest flap, though their mutual distrust still simmers; Lloyd's love life interferes with his work; Turtle's cousin proposes a risky business venture. read more

The Dream Team Season 4, Episode 5

Eric feels Billy's wrath when the “Medellin” trailer turns up on the Internet; Ari and Lloyd scheme to secure Vince's next film; Drama goes to extremes to make a fashion statement. read more

Sorry, Harvey Season 4, Episode 4

Eric has to renege on a Hollywood heavyweight; Drama fetes the mayor of Beverly Hills; Ari mishandles a top-secret script. read more

Malibooty Season 4, Episode 3

Billy (Rhys Coiro) submits “Medellin” to the Cannes Film Festival; Vince gets in over his head in Malibu; Drama rekindles an old romance. read more

The First Cut Is the Deepest Season 4, Episode 2

Drama's obsession with his condo's orderliness makes him a less-than-gracious host for Vince's welcome-home party; Billy's peculiar nature keeps his star from seeing a first cut of “Medellin.” read more

Welcome to the Jungle Season 4, Episode 1

The fourth-season premiere is a documentary-style look at the making of “Medellin” on location in Colombia, where Eric and Billy fight over the film's schedule and the latter exhibits an unhealthy crush on Vince's costar. read more

Adios Amigos Season 3, Episode 20

In the third-season finale, making “Medellin” may finally become a reality, but Vince's choice of director clashes with the film's fidgety financier. Meanwhile, Drama frets about upgrading his living space. read more

The Prince's Bride Season 3, Episode 19

A financial backer for “Medellin” is found, but with strings attached; Drama mulls a role in “Rush Hour 3”; Turtle finally gets a date, but it's supervised by the woman's father. read more

The Resurrection Season 3, Episode 18

Eric and Vince encounter yet another hurdle in their efforts to make “Medellin” a reality; the day of the “Five Towns” premiere arrives for Drama; Turtle meets a woman who shares his fondness for footwear. read more

Return of the King Season 3, Episode 17

Vince is energized by the availability of the “Medellin” role, but Ari's religious obligations keep him from helping to close the deal with the producer; Eric suspects Amanda's not working hard enough for her client; Drama takes pity on an old race horse. read more

Gotcha! Season 3, Episode 16

Drama becomes a target for Pauly Shore's celebrity-prank TV show; Ari is unnerved by the success of an old frat brother (Artie Lange); Eric is miffed by Vince and Amanda's private negotiations. Ultimate Fighter Chuck Liddell appears as himself. read more

Manic Monday Season 3, Episode 15

Amanda makes Vince a tempting offer after he comes clean about the Edith Wharton script; Ari searches for his old self when he realizes he's gone soft since Vince fired him. read more

Dog Day Afternoon Season 3, Episode 14

Eric objects to company on a romantic getaway with Sloan; Turtle and Drama check out the singles scene at a dog park; Ari enlists Lloyd's help to snare an influential TV writer. read more

Less Than 30 Season 3, Episode 13

The third season continues with Vince considering an Edith Wharton film pitched by his new agent (Carla Gugino) and Turtle planning a lavish party for the star's birthday. read more

Sorry, Ari Season 3, Episode 12

In the third-season finale, Ari takes evasive action when the Ramones project---and his future---are in jeopardy. Meanwhile, Vince taps an unlikely source to chart his career. read more

What About Bob? Season 3, Episode 11

The pitching of the Ramones project creates a rift between Ari and Bob Ryan; Vince helps Turtle in his quest for new footwear; Drama prepares to get back in front of the camera. read more

I Wanna Be Sedated Season 3, Episode 10

A big day for Turtle is missing a key ingredient; Eric stumbles upon a movie idea for Vince during a long meeting with a producer (Martin Landau); Vince's chance encounter may not be so random after all. read more

Vegas Baby, Vegas! Season 3, Episode 9

The boys look forward to R&R in Las Vegas when Vince is slated to make a promotional appearance in Sin City. read more

The Release Season 3, Episode 8

News of “Queens Boulevard”'s wide release comes as a pleasant surprise; Drama's attitude about an audition gets on everyone's nerves; Ari's desperation prompts negotiations with an old rival. read more

Strange Days Season 3, Episode 7

Ari and Terrance finally hammer out a deal on the agency; Eric has second thoughts about his love life; Vince is the next item up for bid in Sloan's charity auction. read more

Three's Company Season 3, Episode 6

Ari knows there must be a catch when Vince makes a pitch to get Drama some work; Eric fields a tempting proposition from Sloan. read more

Crash and Burn Season 3, Episode 5

Vince, Eric and Ari try to keep the “Aquaman” sequel's schedule from making waves with “Medellin”'s excitable director; Turtle mulls his future when Saigon's song becomes a hit; Ari expands his housekeeper's duties. read more

Guys and Doll Season 3, Episode 4

The newest member of Vince's posse, Dom (Domenick Lombardozzi), tells a moving story that helps Vince land a role in his dream project, “Medellin.” read more

Dominated Season 3, Episode 3

The guys are terrified when Vince embraces an old friend (Domenick Lombardozzi)---and ex-con---as one of their own; Ari panics when his daughter befriends a budding movie star. Max: Cole Petersen. read more

One Day in the Valley Season 3, Episode 2

Ari and Eric try to keep Vince in the dark when rolling blackouts in the Los Angeles area jeopardize the box-office totals for “Aquaman.” read more

Aquamom Season 3, Episode 1

Vince searches for the perfect date for the highly anticipated “Aquaman” premiere. Meanwhile, Ari deals with financial difficulties and the limits of his new office space. James Cameron and James Woods appear as themselves. read more

The Abyss Season 2, Episode 14

Eric ponders his future as Vince's manager; and Ari has something brewing at a coffee shop after his dismissal from the agency. Ari: Jeremy Piven. Vince: Adrian Grenier. Eric: Kevin Connolly. read more

Exodus Season 2, Episode 13

Eric, Drama and Turtle are worried that Vince could be caught in a love triangle; Ari demands loyalty from Lloyd after a showdown with Terrance. Lloyd: Rex Lee. Sloan: Emmanuelle Chriqui. Terrance: Malcolm McDowell. read more

Good Morning Saigon Season 2, Episode 12

Mandy's representatives worry about her recent behavior; Turtle promotes an addition to the “Queens Boulevard” soundtrack. Walsh: Rhys Coiro. Terrance: Malcolm McDowell. read more

Blue Balls Lagoon Season 2, Episode 11

Terrance (Malcolm McDowell) advises Vince, while the agent's daughter Sloan (Emmanuelle Chriqui) focuses on Eric. Elsewhere, Drama is consumed with a costar. read more

The Bat Mitzvah Season 2, Episode 10

Vince is frank about “Aquagirl”; Ari's partner, Terrance (Malcolm McDowell), makes an appearance; Eric buys a suit; and Drama and Turtle look forward to a Bat Mitzvah for Little Miss Ari. read more

I Love You Too Season 2, Episode 9

The boys go to a U2 concert for Drama's birthday; Turtle pitches in when Eric and Shauna have trouble with a reporter; and Vince attends a convention with his “Aquaman” costar. Shauna: Debi Mazar. read more

Oh, Mandy Season 2, Episode 8

When the guys relocate to Malibu, Drama is annoyed by the long commute to an audition; Mandy Moore is up for the Aquagirl role, but Vince's silence on the matter speaks volumes. Shauna: Debi Mazar. Dana: Constance Zimmer. read more

The Sundance Kids Season 2, Episode 7

“Queens Boulevard” bows at Sundance; Drama and Turtle compete for a woman; Eric meets with a big-time producer. James Cameron has a cameo. Walsh: Rhys Coiro. Shauna: Debi Mazar. read more

Chinatown Season 2, Episode 6

Eric battles a defiant Walsh to arrange an early screening of “Queens Boulevard”; Ari pitches a foreign commercial to Vince; and Turtle gets ready for a video-game showdown. Ari: Jeremy Piven. read more

Neighbors Season 2, Episode 5

Eric and Ari scramble for answers about the “Aquaman” deal; Turtle mopes over bad luck with women; Vince discovers how pricey his new neighborhood can be. Anthony Anderson and Bob Saget have cameos. Emily: Samaire Armstrong. Dana: Constance Zimmer. Staci: Johanna Black. read more

An Offer Refused Season 2, Episode 4

Ari hounds a studio executive about the “Aquaman” contract; Drama considers elective surgery to improve his image; Vince gets good news about the premiere of “Queens Boulevard.” Billy: Rhys Coiro. Shauna: Debi Mazar. Chris Penn has a cameo. read more

Aquamansion Season 2, Episode 3

The boys get ready for a pajama party at the Playboy mansion; and Eric tries to persuade Vince to do the “Aquaman” film, especially when the actor goes house-hunting in an expensive neighborhood. Cameos include Hugh Hefner, Ralph Macchio, Danny Masterson and Pauly Shore. read more

My Maserati Does 185 Season 2, Episode 2

Eric is blue when Kristen cancels their date, but his mood improves at a late-night beach party; Drama is self-conscious about his physique before an audition; Ari and Vince spar over the “Aquaman” script. Cameos include Jaime Pressly and the NBA's Lamar Odom. read more

Boys Are Back in Town Season 2, Episode 1

Vince balks when Ari tries to sell him on a film adaptation of a comic book; and Turtle feels underappreciated after Eric takes over as Vince's new manager. Cameos include Gary Busey and Amanda Peet. read more

New York Season 1, Episode 8

Turtle (Jerry Ferrara) organizes a going-away party for a New York-bound Vince; Drama auditions for a TV show; Eric is fed up with some of his responsibilities. Larry David and Scarlett Johansson appear as themselves. Adam: Jordan Belfi. Shauna: Debi Mazar. read more

The Scene Season 1, Episode 7

Eric is unnerved by the iconoclastic director (Rhys Coiro) of Vince's new film; Ari tries to mix business with pleasure. Ari: Jeremy Piven. Eric: Kevin Connolly. Drama: Kevin Dillon. read more

Busey and the Beach Season 1, Episode 6

Vince and his buddies meet Ari's rival at a Malibu beach party; Turtle gets under Gary Busey's skin at an art gallery. Josh: Josh Weinstein. Emily: Samaire Armstrong. Turtle: Jerry Ferrara. read more

The Script and the Sherpa Season 1, Episode 5

Vince romances a vegan with ties to a Los Angeles sherpa; Eric is enthusiastic about a script that's set in Queens; Drama is concerned about his friends' new relationships. read more

Date Night Season 1, Episode 4

Vince pulls out all the stops to woo a singer (Leighton Meester); Turtle goes to great lengths to get a date; Eric has reservations about a group outing at a film premiere. Eric: Kevin Connolly. Vince: Adrian Grenier. Turtle: Jerry Ferrara. read more

Talk Show Season 1, Episode 3

Vince's agreement to appear on Jimmy Kimmel's talk show touches a nerve with Drama (Kevin Dillon); Eric says good-bye to Kristen (Monica Keena); Ari works overtime to land a new client. Emily: Samaire Armstrong. Luke Wilson, Sarah Silverman and Sara Foster have cameos. read more

The Review Season 1, Episode 2

A poor review of his latest film sends Vince on a shopping spree for a new car; Jessica Alba invites the boys to a party; Eric is stung by Ari's suggestion that Vince get a new manager. Emily: Samaire Armstrong. Ari: Jeremy Piven. read more

Entourage Season 1, Episode 1

After the premiere of Vince's latest movie, Eric (Kevin Connolly) clashes with Ari (Jeremy Piven) over the worthiness of a new script; Turtle invests in a canine-security system for Vince's house. Drama: Kevin Dillon. Executive producer Mark Wahlberg has a cameo. read more

Entourage Episode: "Give a Little Bit"

Episode Synopsis: In the sixth-season finale, Vince reluctantly answers a charity call from Matt Damon and LeBron James. Meanwhile, Ari tries to sell his business deal with Terrance to his wife; Drama considers a drastic career change; and Eric plans a rendezvous with Sloan.
Original Air Date: Oct 4, 2009
Guest Cast Jana Kramer: Brooke Bono: Himself Matt Damon: Himself LeBron James: Himself William Fichtner: Phil Yagoda Malcolm McDowell: Terrance Nora Dunn: Dr. Marcus Jordan Belfi: Adam Davies

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Premiered: July 18, 2004, on HBO
Rating: TV-MA
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Premise: A young movie star from Queens lives the good life in Hollywood surrounded by his boyhood pals, who shamelessly milk the actor's fame for all it's worth. Modeled on the starstruck experiences of coexecutive producer Mark Wahlberg, this breezy satire has moments of inspiration, with the best bits usually coming from Vince's half-brother, Johnny Drama, a D-list actor, and Ari, the amoral agent whose savagely witty barbs earned Jeremy Piven a well-deserved Supporting Actor Emmy award.

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