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For Vince, Eric, Drama and Turtle, life in Hollywood’s fast lanecan be an intoxicating roller-coaster of a ride. After hitting some speed bumps the last couple of years, Vince’s career is in high gear after his role in a new Martin Scorsese film. But now that Vince is back on top, is it finally time for the entourage to step out of his shadow?
The sixth season of Entourage focuses on the title members rather than Vince (Adrian Grenier), the movie star they follow, which would have been a smart move had they been given more interesting story lines. Instead, Eric (Kevin Connolly) struggles with his startup agency and moons over his just-friends status with Sloan (Emmanuelle Chiriqui) while consoling himself with his needling neighbor Ashley (Alexis Dziena); Ari (Jeremy Piven) is gleefully hazing his assistant Lloyd (Rex Lee) for 100 days with the promise to make him a full agent should he survive; Turtle (Jerry Ferrara) enjoys a serious relationship with Jamie-Lynn Sigler (as herself) but tires of being seen as a hanger-on and decides to enroll in business school; Johnny Drama (Kevin Dillon), is, as usual, sabotaging a good thing (a starring role in Ed Burns's NBC drama). For Vince, however, the biggest thing to happen to him the entire season is… his house gets robbed. Without a film for Vince to work on (after doing The Great Gatsby for Martin Scorsese, Vince's next film is delayed) and no deals to negotiate, the show gets away from its most interesting setting, rendering it weaker as a result. The celebrity guest stars, however, punctuate the season with great self-effacing cameos, notably David Schwimmer, who curses his way through a pitch meeting in which every project has a bumbling role for him; Tom Brady, who paints a picture-perfect domestic life with supermodel wife Gisele ("Just come over to the house. She cooks."); and Matt Damon, who angrily haggles Vince to donate to a charity fundraiser in the season finale. A sleazebag Bob Saget makes another appearance as himself, as do Bono, Steve Nash, LeBron James, and Jay Leno. Two so-so behind-the-scenes features and audio commentaries by the cast and crew round out the special features. --Ellen A. Kim
Love the show! Just sorry there are no more episodes to watch.Published 2 hours ago by Keeley Johnson
Liked this well enough despite the over-use of certain slang words. I'd like to see more shows like this. Shows that are ficticious accounts of various industries. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Kathe Umlauf
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Amazon pricing policy is awful. They drop the price and do not do any price protection for those suckers who bought it for twice the price.
I used to think that Amazon had the best pricing but now I know they will not stand behind their 'best pricing around' baloney. With their shipping taking... Read More
Jan 1, 2011 by P89ybb02 | See all 2 posts
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Does anyone know which three episodes have the audio commentary? Thanks!
Jun 22, 2010 by yo yo yo | See all 4 posts
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They usually release about a month before the new season (which will be 7) starts. So sometime in June 2010.
Jan 15, 2010 by J. Wright | See all 3 posts