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Entourage Episode: "Malibooty"

Season 4, Episode 3
Episode Synopsis: Billy (Rhys Coiro) submits “Medellin” to the Cannes Film Festival; Vince gets in over his head in Malibu; Drama rekindles an old romance.
Original Air Date: Jul 1, 2007
Guest Cast Maury Chaykin: Harvey Weingard Dennis Hopper: Himself Chuck Zito: Himself Max Gail: Himself Rhys Coiro: Billy Walsh Lisa Rinna: Donna Mickey Jones: Himself
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Season 4, Episode 3
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Length: 26:00
Aired: 7/1/2007
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July 1, 2007: Artists and Capitalist Pigs Season 4, Episode 3

Raise your hand if you are officially sick to death of hearing about "Medellin." Is it just me? I feel like this story line has dragged on forever with no resolution in sight. It is like an anchor weighing down all the humor and fun. So tonight, for your consideration, I offer you my top three suggestions for getting the Entourage back on track: Ari: Everyone's favorite agent doesn't seem to have much to do lately. Where is the verbal sparring with Lloyd? Why isn't he hanging with the boys? For me personally, Jeremy Piven is 50 percent of the reason I keep tuning in week after week, but I need more than just a cameo to keep me interested (and no, that contrived story line about his son's school does not count). Billy Walsh: I enjoy this character a great deal, in small doses. But these past few episodes he has completely dominated the action. Please take it down a notch and soon. Eric: Kevin Connolly seems to have the market cornered on two emotions - peeved and perturbed. While it is still fun to watch Ari belittle him in clever new ways ("Do you know your man broke out of the Oompah Loompah factory and is up to no good?"), Eric's role as perpetual straight man is making him increasingly unappealing. Some things that are working? The guest appearances are definintely entertaining. Lisa Rinna's turn as a middle-aged, hot-to-trot ex-flame of Johnny's was unexpectedly good. (Nothing against Lisa Rinna, but little in her Dancing with the Stars performanaces prepared us for her potty-mouthed partner-swapping.) Dennis Hopper also deserves a shout-out, playing himself with self-deprecating humor. (I laughed when one of his guests made reference to his sideline shilling for a financial-services company.) Kevin Dillon continues to provide comic relief on a weekly basis. I think it is perfectly fitting that the boys are all crashing at Johnny's pad these days, since he is generally the caretaker of the group anyway. I am anxious to see what happens once the movie gets to Cannes and what happens when Eric attempts to pull the rug out from under Harvey again. It likely won't be pretty. It looks like "The Suit" is in for a dressing-down. Check out the Online Video Guide for more Entourage. show less
Raise your hand if you are officially sick to death of hearing about Medellin Is it just me I feel like this story line has dragged on forever with no resolution in sight It is like an anchor weighing down all the humor and fun So tonight for your consideration I offer you my top three suggestions for getting the Entourage back on trackAri Everyones favorite agent doesnt seem to have much to do lately Where is the verbal sparring with Lloyd Why isnt he hanging with the boys For me personally Jeremy Piven is 50 percent of the reason I keep tuning in week after week but I need more than just a cameo to keep me interested and no that contrived story line about his sons school does not countBilly Walsh I enjoy this character a great deal in small doses But these past few episodes he has completely dominated the action Please take it down a notch and soon Eric Kevin Connolly seems to have the market cornered on two emotions p 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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