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2004, TV Show

Entourage Episode: "Running on E"

Season 6, Episode 4
Episode Synopsis: Ari enlists Lloyd to keep an eye on Andrew's extracurricular activities; Vince finds ways to kill time until his next film starts shooting; Turtle goes clothes-shopping with Jamie-Lynn; Drama prepares for his character's romance on "Five Towns."
Original Air Date: Aug 2, 2009
Guest Cast Alexis Dziena: Ashley Autumn Reeser: Lizzie Grant David Schwimmer: Himself Timothy Busfield: Himself Jami Gertz: Marlo Klein Edward Burns: Himself
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Season 6, Episode 4
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Length: 07:11:27
Aired: 8/2/2009
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Entourage Episode Recap: "Running on E" Season 6, Episode 4

In this episode of Entourage, Andrew's affair with junior agent comes to a head, Vince looks to kill some newfound time and Drama is on a quest to cast his new TV love interest.

Vince is on top of the world after Gatsby's premiere is a smashing success. But, a natural disaster delays the Ferrari movie three months. He wants to travel, but none of the boys are free to go with him.

Marlo calls the Gold residence at 1 a.m. when Andrew goes missing, and Ari has to lie to Mrs. Ari about whether he's having an affair. The next day, Andrew tells Ari he was late because he was breaking it off with Lizzie.

Drama has to audition ladies for a part in his show as his love interest, which basically consists of a series of make-out sessions with models, much to his chagrin. He feels a real actress would be best for the part and tells Timothy Busfield this. When he is unsympathetic, Drama goes to Ed Burns for some support; he doesn't get any.

Jamie-Lynn takes Turtle shopping to improve his wardrobe, but has trouble getting his undivided attention. My favorite line tonight is a shout out to Gossip Girl:

Jamie-Lynn: "You look cute."

Turtle: "I look like Chuck Bass!"

After Charlie was replaced on his show, Eric looks to move on, but business is slow.  Ashley comes over to keep him busy, but she convinces him that managing Vince just may be enough.

Lizzie apologizes to Ari for her affair with Andrew, and he tells the most important thing is that she does her job, which she promises to do well.

David Schwimmer comes in and the agents feed him a series of mind-numbing pilot ideas. That is until Lizzie comes up with a fresh idea, David invites her to lunch, Andrew crashes it out of jealousy and they almost lose him as a client.

Ari has to console a weeping Andrew in the parking garage by telling him to think of his wife and kids and that he doesn't want to be thought of as a liar. Andrew takes that to heart, comes clean with Marlo and leaves her. That was not the response Ari intended. Mrs. Ari gets mad when she finds out.

Some of the funnier moments included Vince discovering the joys of Facebook, Drama convincing Turtle to lend him his girlfriend for the part on his show and Turtle wearing an argyle sweater. Or maybe it's just me that thought that part was amusing.

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In this episode of Entourage, Andrew's affair with junior agent comes to a head, Vince looks to kill some newfound time and Drama is on a quest to cast his new TV love interest.

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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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