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Entourage Episode: "No Cannes Do"

Season 4, Episode 11
Episode Synopsis: 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.
Original Air Date: Aug 26, 2007
Guest Cast Sydney Pollack: Himself Kanye West: Himself Rhys Coiro: Billy Walsh Anna Faris: Herself
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Season 4, Episode 11
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Length: 29:00
Aired: 8/26/2007
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"No Cannes Do" Season 4, Episode 11

For once, I am on the same page as Turtle. I too am terrified to fly and I also make myself crazy by doing impromptu profiling as I wait for my flight. Nuns and children make me feel safer; pretty much anyone traveling alone raises my suspicions. But I admire Johnny's pragmatic approach: not taking sedatives so that you can effectively fight back if needed. And if anything could get me over my flying issues, I'm sure it would be a first-class ride on Kanye West's private jet. That's what I call living the dream. Tonight's episode provided several laugh-out-loud moments. This is the Entourage that I always enjoy - the one that features Sydney Pollack in the same episode as Sam Nazarian and offers lines like, "We're at code red every time the president has a loose stool." (Though I would have enjoyed that more if I hadn't heard it in the promos all week.) Eric's ongoing relationship with his "clush" Anna took a wrong turn. Giving in to pressure from Vince and Billy, he tried to convince her to take a role in the movie. However, as they shared a moment, he came clean that he didn't feel it was a good script, so she apparently kicked him to the curb. Poor Eric. His failure to sustain any type of relationship with a woman seems to always come back - in some direct or indirect way - to Vince. Meanwhile, Ari tried to reconcile his domestic guilt with his wild-man impulses and ended up getting in trouble with both Mrs. Ari and Lloyd. "A wife is like a herpes sore - she comes and goes when and where she pleases." Unfortunately for Ari, she also knows how to shop. But lucky for him, he didn't have to fund Lloyd's trip on the Rosie cruise - just his favorite truffles. Hopefully this streak of quality episodes will continue as Team Chase invades Cannes next week. I want a reason to come back for Season 5. show less
For once I am on the same page as Turtle I too am terrified to fly and I also make myself crazy by doing impromptu profiling as I wait for my flight Nuns and children make me feel safer pretty much anyone traveling alone raises my suspicions But I admire Johnnys pragmatic approach not taking sedatives so that you can effectively fight back if needed And if anything could get me over my flying issues Im sure it would be a first-class ride on Kanye Wests private jet Thats what I call living the dreamTonights episode provided several laugh-out-loud moments This is the Entourage that I always enjoy the one that features Sydney Pollack in the same episode as Sam Nazarian and offers lines like Were at code red every time the president has a loose stool Though I would have enjoyed that more if I hadnt heard it in the promos all week Erics ongoing relationship with his clush Anna took a wrong tur read more

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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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