Entourage Episodes

2004, TV Show

Entourage Episode: "The Resurrection"

Season 3, Episode 18
Episode Synopsis: 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.
Original Air Date: May 13, 2007
Guest Cast Chuck Licata: Customer No. 1 Smith Cho: Chloe Elaine Kao: Maxie Michael Hitchcock: Paul Schneider Michael Lerner: Joe Roberts Lauren London: Kelly
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Season 3, Episode 18
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Length: 11:23:43
Aired: 5/13/2007
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May 13, 2007: Victory! Season 3, Episode 18

Way to go, Johnny Drama. You have outwitted the universe. Who cares what the critics of the world say? Sixteen million viewers can't be wrong. Now we get to sit back and experience the impact of success on our favorite den mother. Here's hoping that Johnny is just as neurotic when his life is on an upswing. I thought this episode was cleverly framed with the boys' ongoing reliance on Drama's culinary skills. I loved seeing Vince and Turtle sitting at the table, all set for breakfast, and discussing when Johnny was going to wake up to cook for them. Johnny's existential crisis at the end of the episode was a bummer, but it made the good news that much sweeter when it arrived. Johnny's career wasn't the only thing in turnaround tonight. While Ari warned Vince and Eric off of "Medellin," they continued to hold out hope that the project would reignite. "Sometimes, things just aren't meant to be," warned Ari. "Sometimes, no matter how bad you want something, you gotta let it go." Good advice for sure, but Vince and Eric could not be deterred. I guess it is a good thing that Drama will be generating some income, because with Vince using the house as collateral to finance the picture, the boys may have to give up the lifestyle to which they have become accustomed. (I also had to laugh when Eric commented, "How hard can it be to produce?" Oh, I suspect they are going to find out.) Again, the numerous inconsequential subplots were kind of tiresome. While it was cute to see Turtle meet a girl who shares his passion for "kicks," I do wonder what they will talk about once they have exhausted that topic. (I'm certainly not an authority on the subject - for all I know, that could sustain a relationship for years.) Also, it was bad enough seeing Johnny take a side trip to a "massage" parlor (frankly, I'm not sure that I can repeat the phrase he used to describe the service), but then watching him storm the offices of Daily Variety to confront the critic was just silly. It is just so obvious that this show works best when they focus on the four friends (and Ari) and their reactions to the surreal world in which they find themselves. I hope we see more of that in the coming weeks. show less
Way to go Johnny Drama You have outwitted the universe Who cares what the critics of the world say Sixteen million viewers cant be wrong Now we get to sit back and experience the impact of success on our favorite den mother Heres hoping that Johnny is just as neurotic when his life is on an upswing I thought this episode was cleverly framed with the boys ongoing reliance on Dramas culinary skills I loved seeing Vince and Turtle sitting at the table all set for breakfast and discussing when Johnny was going to wake up to cook for them Johnnys existential crisis at the end of the episode was a bummer but it made the good news that much sweeter when it arrived Johnnys career wasnt the only thing in turnaround tonight While Ari warned Vince and Eric off of Medellin they continued to hold out hope that the project would reignite Sometimes things just arent meant to be warned Ari Sometimes no matter how bad you 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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