Entourage 8 Seasons 2009

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Season 6
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At a charity golf tournament, Vince and Drama up the stakes with teammates Mark Wahlberg and Tom Brady. Eric gets an unexpected job offer. After refusing to break the 'guy code,' Ari finds himself in the doghouse with Mrs. Ari...and Jeffrey Tambor.

Starring:
Kevin Connolly, Adrian Grenier
Runtime:
23 minutes
Original air date:
August 9, 2009

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Season 6
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    1. Drive In the Season Six premiere, Vince is back in the fast lane, preparing for his driving test and an appearance with Jay Leno to promote his new Scorsese movie. Meanwhile, Eric considers moving into his own house; Lloyd confronts Ari with an ultimatum.

    TV-MA 28min July 12, 2009
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    2. Amongst Friends Eric invites Sloan to Vince's premiere 'as friends.' Ari arranges a friend date between Mrs. Ari and Andrew's wife. Meanwhile, Lloyd goes on a crash diet per Ari's demand; and Turtle makes his red-carpet debut with Jamie-Lynn on his arm.

    TV-MA 27min July 19, 2009
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    3. One Car, Two Car, Red Car, Blue Car After receiving extravagant birthday gifts from Vince and Jamie-Lynn, Turtle contemplates his future, and seeks out Ari for advice. Meanwhile, Eric gets nervous about Charlie's pilot after getting some unsolicited feedback from his new fling.

    TV-MA 26min July 26, 2009
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    4. Runnin' on E With production on his next film delayed, Vince looks for ways to amuse himself. Andrew tells Ari he's ended his affair with a co-worker; Drama auditions actresses to play his new love interest on 'Five Towns'; and E contemplates his next move.

    TV-MA 30min August 2, 2009
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    5. Fore! At a charity golf tournament, Vince and Drama up the stakes with teammates Mark Wahlberg and Tom Brady. Eric gets an unexpected job offer. After refusing to break the 'guy code,' Ari finds himself in the doghouse with Mrs. Ari...and Jeffrey Tambor.

    TV-MA 23min August 9, 2009
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    6. Murphy's Lie Eric considers the job offer while trying to patch things up with Ashley. Ari finally gets Mrs. Ari to forgive him at home, but an appearance by Mrs. Klein tests his resolve at work. Drama tries to protect Jamie-Lynn from a disreputable network exec.

    TV-MA 29min August 16, 2009
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    7. No More Drama Vince and Turtle get armed after a break-in. Drama goes to desperate measures to repair his tarnished relationship with a network exec. On Day One at his new job, Eric butts heads with one of the managers over who can close Bob Saget as a client.

    TV-MA 26min August 23, 2009
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    8. The Sorkin Notes Eric agrees to meet up with Sloan, but rethinks their whole relationship after Ashley calls him. Andrew's meltdown puts a big deal in jeopardy. Fearing for their safety, Vince and the boys decide to call in the pros.

    TV-MA 25min August 30, 2009
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    9. Security Briefs The guys step up security after a break-in. After Ari steals Zac Efron from Adam Davies, Davies counters by offering Lloyd a job. Meanwhile, Drama follows up on a tip on Vince's suspected stalker and Ashley grows increasingly suspicious of Eric.

    TV-MA 25min September 13, 2009
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    10. Berried Alive Drama eyes a part on 'Melrose 2009' and asks Lloyd if he can get him out of his current gig. Still irate over Lloyd's job offer, Ari goes to war against Lloyd. Ashley asks Eric if she can read his emails. Turtle feels guilty about his love triangle.

    TV-MA 28min September 20, 2009
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    11. Scared Straight Eric visits his doctor's office after getting some unsavory news from Drama about his latest fling. Ari investigates Terrance after he unexpectedly offers to sell Ari his share of his agency. Meanwhile, Turtle prepares for Jamie-Lynn's departure.

    TV-MA 29min September 27, 2009
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    12. Give a Little Bit In the Season Six Finale, Eric plans a special lunch for Sloan; Turtle makes a grand gesture to Jamie-Lynn; Drama turns down a chance to re-audition for 'Melrose 2009'; and Matt Damon strong arms Vince to get involved in his charity.

    TV-MA 38min October 4, 2009

Product Details

Genres Drama, Comedy
Director Mark Mylod
Starring Kevin Connolly, Adrian Grenier
Supporting actors Kevin Dillon, Jerry Ferrara, Perrey Reeves, Rex Lee, Jeremy Piven, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Alexis Dziena, Cassidy Lehrman, Mark Wahlberg, Jeffrey Tambor, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, George Segal, Tom Brady, Lucas Ellin, Max Barakat, David Kronenberg, Keisuke Hoashi, JR Garcia
Season year 2009
Network HBO
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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23 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Brandon Taylor on December 4, 2009
Format: DVD
This season really gets Entourage back on track where as the previous season was a downer for the boys while Vinnie wasn't that mega-star that he used to be. Everyone watches this show because they wish the story was about them and this season doesn't disappoint. Vinnie is back to being the star that he is with all the girls vying to be his arm candy. The boys are starting to do a lot more on their own in this season, almost making it appear as though Vinnie is bothered by being alone, but they still come together as a crew as usual to cap the season.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By M. Mierendorf on September 2, 2010
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I've watched Entourage every season and own every season on DVD to this point. Yet, I find myself frustrated with the series, because it seems like the series is just spinning it's wheels.

We've followed Vince and the gang for years now and not really seen any character development outside of E. Season 6 in my eyes was pretty disappointing, but it still required in my collection of the series.

The special features run slim with this season, so I can't justify a review any higher than 3 stars. If you're a fan of the show and dedicated to collecting all the seasons (even if they aren't great), then its an obvious purchase. If you're looking to get into the show, don't let the $20 purchase price sway you - just rent it on Netflix.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Greg on July 9, 2010
Format: Blu-ray
I'm a huge Entourage fan, but I have to say this season was the worst. I own all of the seasons, but this one I just had to get out of my house. The quality was equivalent to DVD resolution, it wasn't sharp at all. Ari's character seems more mean than sarcastic and they even made Eric sound like Ari. Not for anything but there can only be one Ari Gold. This season pretty much set up future seasons of Entourage, but it could have been a little more dynamic. Eric finds himself struggling to get in Sloane's pants all season and also find's himself caught up with some little barely legal chick. I have to also say that the whole crew including Ari are not aging well at all. The previous seasons of Entourage have been pretty original and maybe they set the bar a little to high, but for now I have to say you maybe very disappointed.
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13 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Bongo on July 13, 2010
Format: DVD
First off, this has been one of my most favorite programs on tv. Watching this helps you to escape your mundane life for a few minutes and live in a fantasy world few experience. This was one of those shows people could watch for years without seeing the characters develop and be very content with that. Sometimes people WANT to see that kind of "not a care in the world" attitude. This season, which adds serious relationships, life reflection and other adult problems takes away from some of the fairy tale which made this show what it is. Unfortunately, it (and season 5) has become more of a bland weekday soap opera with very limited substance compared to the first 4 seasons. Subtle hints of the above were tolerable in previous seasons but it's starting to get stale now with the adult theme taking over. I'll keep watching until the end, but I wish they would have stuck with the recipe that made me watch in the first place. HBO is definitely milking the popularity for all it's worth, but I have a feeling the viewers will revolt soon. I predict Season 8 will be the last at this rate.

UPDATED [...] 8/8/2010 7:31:01 PM ET

I must be psychic... HBO has confirmed Season 8 will be the last season for Entourage.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Steven Carrier on July 2, 2010
Format: DVD
Season Six of HBO's "Entourage" really rests on its laurels. This season is probably the worst of them all, next to Season One. While that might sound like harsh criticism, it's really not all that bad- it's just a step down in quality compared to Season Four and Five's sheer brilliance. Season Six is all about relationships- which is great, but too bad none of them are all that interesting. Eric's storyline with Ashley is just plain annoying, but thankfully it's redeemed with a late season turn with Sloan back in the picture. Ari is still Ari, but his story lines make him out to be just plain mean, rather than sweet with an angry side as depicted in earlier seasons. Vince, the main character, is left out to dry with a storyline about a stalker that goes absolutely nowhere... and that's about it. He has sex a lot and the scenes do push the limit. Turtle walks away with the best depicted relationship and his scenes with Jamie-Lynn Sigler are sweet and honest. Drama wines a lot and acts like a fool per usual, but where they leave his character at the end, makes it worth it. The season is saved by a relaxed pace, wit, great cinematography, plenty of star cameos and the characters are still as likable as ever. Those elements will never go away but when the cast has great story lines to work with (like in Season's Four and Five) all those ever present positives are enhanced to genius. "Entourage" is still, in whole, one of the best shows on TV and Season Six may be a sidestep into the boring, but the finale (like Season One's) promises better tomorrows. Season Six is pretty lazy to tell you truth, but if you are a fan of the show, it's certainly still worth watching. I doubt this will win over any converts.Read more ›
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