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Entourage Episode: "The Dream Team"

Season 4, Episode 5
Episode Synopsis: 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.
Original Air Date: Jul 15, 2007
Guest Cast Snoop Dogg: Himself Bob Balaban: Doctor Constance Zimmer: Dana Gordon Steven Montfort Branden Williams Ryan Eggold Joshua LeBar: Josh Weinstein Elvis Mitchell: Himself Rhys Coiro: Billy Walsh
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Season 4, Episode 5
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Length: 26:00
Aired: 7/15/2007
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"The Dream Team" Season 4, Episode 5

It looks like we have not seen the last of the artistic triumvirate behind "Medellin." Tonight, Ari, in characteristically underhanded fashioned, paved the way for Vince to reunite with Billy Walsh and Eric for his next project. This would be good news were it not for the growing animosity between "little E" and the apoplectic Walsh. For a little guy with a "Napoleonic complex," Eric strikes me as someone who could certainly hold his own against a much bigger adversary; that was definitely the case as the two came to blows in the middle of Barney's. But when the newly tattooed Billy (sporting a full-on Pablo Escobar on his back) showed up at an important interview with a T-shirt reading "Suits Suck," I thought for sure the dinner was going to go south. Thankfully for Vince and the good of the movie, the two held off from killing each other. I can't wait to see what happens when Ari starts negotiating with Walsh. That should be something to see. Speaking of Mr. Gold, it has been a while since we've had a really good (and printable) quote from him. Tonight, he was the proud owner of the evening's best line, as Lloyd offered to repair Eric's torn shirt. "Save your homoerotic slave labor for me, Lloyd, and E, don't take your shirt off. I don't want anyone going blind from the reflections off your translucent boy chest." Classic Ari. Unfortunately, Johnny and Turtle landed in another far-fetched and convoluted story line that had Johnny coveting a trucker cap available for sale at a medical-marijuana establishment. Naturally, Johnny needed a doctor's prescription for access to the clinic, so he and Turtle ended up in the office of an unscrupulous doctor who helped Johnny navigate the ins and outs of prescriptions on demand. While I always enjoy some good Johnny Drama wisdom, I prefer the story lines that don't send him and Turtle off on their own misguided adventures. Tonight's silliness was no exception. Finally, I am really enjoying these trailers that HBO is putting together for "Medellin." It's very clever marketing and I'll be curious to hear if anyone has taken the time to visit the site. Also notable tonight, in an episode that ended with Johnny and Turtle getting completely baked, was a guest appearance by Snoop Dog, attempting to figure out the correct pronunciation of Cannes. For the record, it's pronounced "can." Fo' shizzle. Check out the Online Video Guide for more Entourage. show less
It looks like we have not seen the last of the artistic triumvirate behind Medellin Tonight Ari in characteristically underhanded fashioned paved the way for Vince to reunite with Billy Walsh and Eric for his next project This would be good news were it not for the growing animosity between little E and the apoplectic Walsh For a little guy with a Napoleonic complex Eric strikes me as someone who could certainly hold his own against a much bigger adversary that was definitely the case as the two came to blows in the middle of Barneys But when the newly tattooed Billy sporting a full-on Pablo Escobar on his back showed up at an important interview with a T-shirt reading Suits Suck I thought for sure the dinner was going to go south Thankfully for Vince and the good of the movie the two held off from killing each other I cant wait to see what happens when Ari starts negotiating with Walsh That should be someth 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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