Entourage 8 Seasons 2006
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1. Aquamom Season Three premiere. When Vince's plan to bring a 'premiere-worthy' date to the 'Aquaman' premiere fails, Eric bails him out. Turtle and Drama's attempt to get two extra tickets for a couple of 'video ho's' incites the ire of Vince's co-star.
2. One Day in the Valley Vince's steamy post-premiere plans for 'Aquaman' leave Drama hot and bothered. Blackouts threaten to undermine the film's opening-weekend numbers. Stuck in the Valley, the guys help two geeks get into a high-school party.
3. Dominated Vince welcomes a long-lost friend from back home as the next addition to the entourage, sending panic through the ranks. Ari sabotages his daughter's friendship with a young TV star.
4. Guys and Doll With 'Aquaman' a megahit, Vince's dream project, 'Medellin,' is now within reach--but to get an offer, he must first charm the film's producer. The entourage's opinion of Dom, their newest member, begins to change when he helps Vince.
5. Crash and Burn Facing a scheduling conflict, Vince, Eric and Ari must figure out how to keep the 'Aquaman' sequel afloat without upsetting the Oscar(R)-winning director of 'Medellin.' When Saigon's song finally blows up, Turtle requests a sit-down with Ari.
6. Three's Company Vince ups his price for 'Aquaman 2,' forcing Ari to ask the studio head for a favor again. But Vince won't accept the studio's offer until Ari gets Drama a job. Meanwhile, Eric's girlfriend and her best friend make him an offer he can't refuse.
7. Strange Days Eric finds himself falling for the wrong girl after his threesome. Ari and Terrance reach an agency settlement. Vince agrees to be auctioned off at Sloan's charity function.
8. The Release Things are looking up when the guys get news that 'Queens Boulevard' is getting a wide release. Ari must make a deal with an old adversary to survive threats from the 'Five Families,' and Drama is tense about an important audition.
9. Vegas Baby, Vegas! The guys head to Vegas for a much-needed break and a $100K promo appearance for Vince. Eric's jealous side is brought out by an actor. Vince and Ari partner at the tables, but Ari freaks out when Vince's luck wavers. Drama bonds with his masseur.
10. I Wanna Be Sedated It's the day of Turtle's record-deal signing, but Saigon is MIA, sending Drama and Turtle on a hunt to track him down. Ari plays 'matchmaker' by dumping old-school producer Bob Ryan on Eric--who finds what may be the perfect next project for Vince.
11. What About Bob? Eric, Ari and Bob Ryan pitch The Ramones project to the studios, but Ari and Bob clash when both vie for the driver's seat. Turtle covets some limited-edition sneakers. Drama must overcome a case of nerves on the set of his new pilot.
12. Sorry, Ari Vince and the guys evaluate new opportunities with the help of Drama's point system. Ari scrambles to save The Ramones project (and himself) from getting the ax.
13. Less Than 30 It's Vince's birthday, and with it comes the promise of a new year...and a new (hot) agent, Amanda, who wants Vince to do a period film. With the end of their relationship still stinging, Eric and Vince agree to lunch with Ari.
14. Dog Day Afternoon Eric and Sloan try to go on a romantic weekend sans Vince; Turtle and Drama hit the hottest singles spot in town. Meanwhile, Ari orders Lloyd to 'take one for the team' to help land a top TV writer.
15. Manic Monday Amanda makes Vince an offer he can't refuse. Babs orders Ari to fire an inept employee, but he must first overcome an unwanted side effect he's been experiencing since his breakup with Vince: compassion.
16. Gotcha! Drama gets punked; Eric guesses Vince and Amanda's secret. Meanwhile, Ari's frat brother comes for a visit, and Ari finds himself jealous of the former slacker's newfound riches, as well as his gorgeous fiancee.
17. Return of the King A casting change puts 'Medellin' back on the table for Vince. Ari and producer Nick Rubenstein must broker the deal by day's end, but because it's Yom Kippur they can't use the most important tools of their trade (cell phones) until after sundown.
18. The Resurrection Eric and Vince are determined to get 'Medellin' off the ground, but problems stand in the way. Feeling tense the day of the 'Five Towns' premiere, Drama seeks relief at a massage parlor. Turtle meets a girl in the auto-body shop.
19. The Prince's Bride Drama has an offer from a major director on a big movie sequel. Ari finds a backer for 'Medellin,' but the source of his wealth, and his wife's intentions toward Vince, are shady. Turtle has a date with Kelly--and her father.
20. Adios Amigos Vince and the guys say goodbye to the mansion. Eric gets flack from the boys for staying with Sloan, while Drama gets fixated on a condo that is way out of his price range. The guys approach Billy Walsh to direct Medellin.
|Starring||Kevin Connolly, Adrian Grenier|
|Supporting actors||Kevin Dillon, Jerry Ferrara, Debi Mazar, Jeremy Piven, Perrey Reeves, Rex Lee, Paul Ben-Victor, Constance Zimmer, Saigon, Cassidy Lehrman, Cole Petersen, Nashawn Kearse, Soledad St. Hilaire, Paul Haggis, Penny Marshall, Armando Pucci, Téa Mindeli, Lalo Reyes|
|Producers||Marc Abrams, Michael Benson, Denis Biggs, Brian Burns, Wayne Carmona, Michael Carroll, Doug Ellin, Amy Elliott, Julian Farino, Carrie Freitas, Gary B. Goldman, Stephen Levinson, Ally Musika, Lori Jo Nemhauser, Mark Wahlberg, Eric Weinstein, Rob Weiss|
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|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
funny and different than any other show on TV. Gives one a perspective of the Hollywood movie scene which is extremely interestingPublished 10 months ago by LaRue S Boenig