Entourage Episodes

2004, TV Show

Entourage Episode: "The Cannes Kids"

Season 4, Episode 12
Episode Synopsis: 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.
Original Air Date: Sep 2, 2007
Guest Cast Maury Chaykin: Harvey Weingard
Full Episode
click to playclick to play
Season 4, Episode 12
Subscription | HBO GO
Length: 35:00
Aired: 9/2/2007
Also available on iTunes, Amazon Instant Video and VUDU
play more info

"The Cannes Kids" Season 4, Episode 12

My name is Matt Mitovich, and it is my pleasure to be guest-blogging the season finale of Entourage because, well, this show represents the dream, baby. Outside of sports, it's perhaps the best TV-candy for men. It was a real seesaw tonight as the boys entertained big offers from people they had little interest in doing business with and little offers from bigger fish with better distribution. In the end, they were forced to take the absolute littlest offer - Harvey's singular dollar - and while that was a bit sad, I prefer that finale to a truly happy, $75-million outcome. It was somewhat validating to see "Medellin" actually pegged as the crap it appeared to be in the fleeting glimpses we got over the past season. To have had the Cannes crowd come forth, unified, and proclaim Vince sporting bad prosthetics and worse acting to be the bee's knees would have been very tough to swallow. It's funny: In his TVGuide.com Q&A earlier this week, Adam Goldberg teased that moneyman Nicky was in a bad place. I just never thought having two naked bombshells draped on each other was that "bad." One of my favorite recurring themes in Entourage is the Ari-Dana relationship. I almost wish we could get a prequel spin-off chronicling their torrid past, because each run-in between them sheds such an interesting (if vulgar) light on what they once had. "I was full of s--t when I told you I had a condom at Live Aid; this is real." "She made me split the abortion." Ouch. I read in every tune-in alert that Drama would draw some attention in Cannes for his "Viking Quest" run, but never did I think it'd be in the form of such a sweet insta-love story. And he got the girl in the end! I'd love to see Jacqueline return to L.A. Our little Johnny is in love. All in all, a pretty darn good cap to the split season, and I'm sad to bid the gang adieu for another several months. Before I bid you adieu, some bullets: " The episode did a superb job of selling me on the boys actually being at Cannes (perhaps because they actually shot there during the film festival). Things like that make Entourage seem all the more genuine. " The asides to Lloyd's vacation with Tom were fleeting blasts. A shame I cannot recount here Ari's specific directive on how to hype "Medellin" à la JT. " Ari to Yair: "Not unless you still have the Mossad on retainer." " The ice sculpture pouring Lloyd his drink - oh my! " Ari "hugging" Harvey to goose Dana into dealing " That was one cool white Yankees hat Turtle was sporting! " Ari professing to Dana, "I am Nicky" - only to realize that when it comes to Yair's speed dial, he isn't. See you next year, boys! show less
My name is Matt Mitovich and it is my pleasure to be guest-blogging the season finale of Entourage because well this show represents the dream baby Outside of sports its perhaps the best TV-candy for menIt was a real seesaw tonight as the boys entertained big offers from people they had little interest in doing business with and little offers from bigger fish with better distribution In the end they were forced to take the absolute littlest offer Harveys singular dollar and while that was a bit sad I prefer that finale to a truly happy 75-million outcome It was somewhat validating to see Medellin actually pegged as the crap it appeared to be in the fleeting glimpses we got over the past season To have had the Cannes crowd come forth unified and proclaim Vince sporting bad prosthetics and worse acting to be the bees knees would have been very tough to swallowIts funny In his TVGuidecom QA earlier this week Adam Goldberg teased that moneyma read more

Related Links

Other Links:
Entourage

Are You Watching?

Loading ...
Premiered: July 18, 2004, on HBO
Rating: TV-MA
User Rating: (672 ratings)
Add Your Rating: 1 stars2 stars3 stars4 stars5 stars
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.

Cast

Shop

Entourage: Season 1
Buy Entourage: Season 1 from Amazon.com
From HBO Studios (DVD)
Usually ships in 24 hours
Buy New: $14.96 (as of 5:39 PM EST - more info)
Entourage: Season 6
Buy Entourage: Season 6 from Amazon.com
From HBO Studios (DVD)
Usually ships in 24 hours
Buy New: $14.96 (as of 5:39 PM EST - more info)

More Products

TV GUIDE Users' Most Popular