10 Episodes 2010 - 2010
The seventh season of the HBO series "Entourage", which chronicles the exploits of hot young actor Vincent (Adrian Grenier) and his crew of loyal friends, finds the actor undergoing a substantial change, both physically and behaviorally, after surviving a stunt-driving accident while filming an action film in the debut episode of the season. He begins dating a notable porn star (Sash Grey), and tries to get her into his legitimate projects. Meanwhile, Ari (Jeremy Piven) explains to Drama (Kevin Dillon) why he'll struggle after the TV show he's on ends its run, and the agent struggles to save his crumbling marriage. Eric feuds with an underling who he suspects of giving Vince drugs, and Turtle tries again to find success on his own terms – this time by starting a car service.
Sun, Jun 27, 2010 30 mins
In the seventh-season premiere, Eric and Ari go into panic mode when Vince is persuaded to do his own stunts for an action film directed by Nick Cassavetes. Meanwhile, Drama is desperate for work; Turtle risks mixing business with pleasure; and Ari plants a seed for making a deal with the NFL.
Sun, Jul 11, 2010 30 mins
Ari is uncharacteristically nervous before a big meeting with Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and other NFL executives, and Vince's new daredevil streak doesn't make his job any easier. Meanwhile, Turtle jumps to conclusions about a former employee, and Eric reluctantly joins the campaign to find Drama a job.
Sun, Jul 18, 2010 30 mins
Eric and Phil (William Fichtner) try to persuade Drama to consider working on a sitcom; Ari and Barbara differ on Lizzie's prospects for a promotion; Turtle finds an unlikely ally in Alex for a new business venture; the bond between Vince and Scott Lavin strengthens, much to Eric's chagrin.
Sun, Jul 25, 2010 30 mins
Turtle is leery of a business proposition from Alex; Drama gets off on the wrong foot with potential costar John Stamos; Ari makes progress in his pursuit of an NFL deal but remains suspicious of Lizzie's intentions; Eric and Scott find common ground in advancing Vince's career and the future of their company.
Sun, Aug 1, 2010 30 mins
Ari courts Jessica Simpson, Aaron Sorkin and Mike Tyson when he senses Lizzie may be plotting against him; porn star Sasha Grey makes a good impression on Vince, who brings her to a meeting with comic-book icon Stan Lee; Drama fears competition from Bob Saget; Turtle thinks Vince could boost his new business.
Sun, Aug 8, 2010 30 mins
Ari feuds with Amanda Daniels (Carla Gugino) over the Lizzie Grant affair; the return of Billy Walsh draws mixed reactions from the guys; Vince's behavior causes concern among his handlers; Turtle continues his awkward courtship of Alex.
Tequila and Coke
Sun, Aug 15, 2010 30 mins
Ari bargains with Lizzie to get his hands on some incriminating evidence; director Randall Wallace wants to make sure Vince's recent behavior is an aberration; Turtle deals with a dissatisfied customer; Drama balks at Billy's latest pitch, but it draws interest from Eric.
Sniff Sniff Gang Bang
Sun, Aug 22, 2010 30 mins
A network's interest in a show for Drama generates enthusiasm for everyone but the potential star; Ari alters his behavior to combat negative publicity; Turtle faces a supply-and-demand problem with his tequila line; Sasha mulls a lucrative offer to make another adult film.
Porn Scenes From an Italian Restaurant
Sun, Aug 29, 2010 30 mins
Turtle irks his boss by reaching out to NBA owner Mark Cuban for financial help; Eric's assistant joins the chorus to convince Drama to do Billy Walsh's series; Ari finds out secondhand that Amanda may have beaten him to a business deal; Vince lobbies to get Sasha a role in his new movie to keep her out of an adult film. Directed by Kevin Connolly.
Sun, Sep 12, 2010 32 mins
In the seventh-season finale, Ari's emotional outburst threatens to undermine a surprise party for his wife the next day. Meanwhile, Eric fields an interesting offer from Terrance (Malcolm McDowell), which makes him consider a business proposal from Scott; Turtle's tequila business is in danger of sinking; and the guys worry that Vince's licentious behavior has reached the point of no return.