Entourage Episodes

2004, TV Show

Entourage Episode: "The All Out Fall Out"

Season 5, Episode 3
Episode Synopsis: After being advised by his no-nonsense accountant to file for bankruptcy, a cash-strapped Vince reluctantly considers a paying gig at an ostentatious Sweet 16 party; Ari raises the stakes in a battle of one-upsmanship with rival agent Adam Davies.
Original Air Date: Sep 21, 2008
Guest Cast T.I. Carla Gugino: Amanda Daniels Fran Drescher: Mrs. Levine Jordan Belfi: Adam Davies Kate Albrecht: Christy Kevin Pollak: Mr. Levine Paul Herman: Marvin
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Season 5, Episode 3
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Length: 28:00
Aired: 9/21/2008
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The All Out Fall Out Season 5, Episode 3

The easily-bruised egos of the various men of Entourage were the center piece of tonight's episode and it made for some amusing moments. While I'm still patiently waiting for return of the laugh-out-loud lines of the early seasons, it does seem like we have finally moved past "Medellin." For that, I am grateful. Mrs. Ari's outrageous anniversary Ferrari set the stage for a showdown between Ari and the increasingly loathsome Adam Davies. As the escalating practical jokes took a nasty turn, Ari was finally pushed over the edge when Davies tracked down some revealing photos featuring Mrs. Ari in an early acting gig. Watching Ari storm his former offices and confront the squirmy Davies was the treat of the night, especially when he gallantly declared, "Games are games, Davies...but that is the mother of my children." (Well, on second thought, it was probably a strong second to Ari being man-handled by those police officer strippers while Lloyd cheered with giddy delight.) Meanwhile, as Ari enjoyed the aftermath of his resurgent manhood, Vince's confidence suffered a few more hits. First, his accountant informed him that bankruptcy might be in the offing. Then, in a desperate attempt to make some quick cash, he considered personal appearances as a money-making option only to be reduced to auditioning for a sweet sixteen appearance as the stand-in for an ailing Zac Efron. Fran Drescher was suitably obnoxious as the mother of the foul-mouthed, spoiled-rotten birthday girl, though this entire storyline reminded me of those too-horrible-to-be-believed teenagers on MTV's Super Sweet Sixteen. Watching poor Vince stoop to serenading that over-sexed little tart was bad enough. Then, just as he and Johnny had almost won the crowd over with their impromptu duet, Johnny's over-indulgence got the best of him, all over the multi-tiered birthday concoction. As Drama continued to wallow in his break-up misery, Eric was the only one who seemed to be having any good luck. Amanda shopped the script out to Edward Norton and he liked it, only wanting to change a few things- the title and the plot. What remains to be seen is how Eric's newest clients will handle the real Hollywood treatment. Finally, as a I wrap up tonight, congratulations go out to the fantastically talented Jeremy Piven, who grabbed his third Emmy tonight for Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series. As Drama would say, "Victory!" Check out the Online Video Guide for more Entourage. show less
The easily-bruised egos of the various men of Entourage were the center piece of tonights episode and it made for some amusing moments While Im still patiently waiting for return of the laugh-out-loud lines of the early seasons it does seem like we have finally moved past Medellin For that I am grateful Mrs Aris outrageous anniversary Ferrari set the stage for a showdown between Ari and the increasingly loathsome Adam Davies As the escalating practical jokes took a nasty turn Ari was finally pushed over the edge when Davies tracked down some revealing photos featuring Mrs Ari in an early acting gig Watching Ari storm his former offices and confront the squirmy Davies was the treat of the night especially when he gallantly declared Games are games Daviesbut that is the mother of my children Well on second thought it was probably a strong second to Ari being man-handled by those police officer strippers while Lloyd cheered with giddy delight 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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