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2004, TV Show

Entourage Episode: "Seth Green Day"

Season 5, Episode 10
Episode Synopsis: Vince is unnerved by stern advice from Verner (Stellan Skarsgård), the demanding director of "Smokejumpers." Meanwhile, Eric is dismayed to learn that Seth Green is on the short list for Charlie's pilot, and Andrew receives a makeover from Ari and Lloyd.
Original Air Date: Nov 9, 2008
Guest Cast Seth Green: Himself Jason Patric: Himself Stellan Skarsgård: Verner
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Season 5, Episode 10
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Length: 29:00
Aired: 11/9/2008
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Entourage Episode Recap: "Seth Green Day" Season 5, Episode 10

Though Jason Patric was nowhere to be seen this week, Vince continued to suffer at the hands of his demanding, and rather eccentric, director. After yet another bout of last-minute line swapping, Vince confronted Verner (Stellan Skarsgard) about his issues with the script, and, in turn, Verner played some serious mind games with Vince. After convincing Vince that his onscreen mannerisms (Clooney-esque head tilts and quivering lips) were distracting from his performance, Vince's confidence was definitely shaken. If the previews are any indication, things don't look to get better for our hero anytime soon.

While Vince was off trying to save his acting career, Eric was trying to craft one for his other client, Charlie (Bow Wow). Unfortunately, a pivotal player in the deal was none other than Eric's arch-nemesis Seth Green. Undeterred by the actor's juvenile antics and taunting, Eric bent over backwards to meet his demands, even visiting Sloan (Emmanuelle Chriqui) to try and convince her to make a phone call on his behalf. Thankfully, Seth's own arrogance was his downfall as he came to blows with an agitated Charlie.

Charlie and Seth Green weren't the only ones trying to take each other down. Ari continued his quest to acquire the small, Valley-based agency of his friend Andrew Klein (Gary Cole), going to extraordinary lengths, suggested by his daughter, which included flowers and kind words for his partner. (Well, extraordinary for Ari anyway.) Poor Andrew suffered through a Lloyd-dubbed "Extreme Makeover: Miller Gold Edition" as well as an excruciating face-to-face with Barbara before succumbing to a panic attack. Not to be outdone by his venomous partner, Ari showed up at Barbara's "Powerful Women" lunch and unloaded a pile of vitriol that did little to endear him to the female executives of the Hollywood metropolitan area.

It looks like we are down to the final two episodes for this cycle. In the coming weeks, I am anxious to see what happens with Ari's acquisition and what becomes of Vince's role as the second lead and Verner's punching bag. Will Eric make a pilot happen for Charlie? Will Turtle and Drama be banished forever from their seats? Will Seth Green ever go away? Chime in and let me know your thoughts.

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Though Jason Patric was nowhere to be seen this week, Vince continued to suffer at the hands of his demanding, and rather eccentric, director. After yet another bout of last-minute line swapping, Vince confronted Verner (Stellan Skarsgard) about his issues with the script, and, in turn, Verner played some serious mind games with Vince. After convincing Vince that his onscreen mannerisms (Clooney-esque head tilts and quivering lips) were distracting from his performance, Vince's confidence was definitely shaken. If the previews are any indication, things don't look to get better for our hero anytime soon.

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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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