Entourage 8 Seasons 2009

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Season 6
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(96) IMDb 8.3/10

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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.

Starring:
Kevin Connolly, Adrian Grenier
Runtime:
27 minutes
Original air date:
July 19, 2009

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Season 6

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23 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Brandon Taylor on December 4, 2009
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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
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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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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Greg on July 9, 2010
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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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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By J. Jamison on August 11, 2010
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I've watched "Entourage" from the beginning and from the first fell in love with all the boys. I loved the plotlines and since it's filmed mostly in LA, I loved the whole concept. But this season, while still good, it is not up to snuff. Vince seems to only be a background character this season. None of the plotlines have revolved totally around him. Turtle has come to the front, about time, and Eric's love life and Drama's career has lots of play, but Vince seemed to just be there for one-liners.

And after the recent tirades by Mel Gibson, which made me sick, the way Ari yelled, screamed and insulted Lloyd sure didn't go down too well with me. Ari spent most of this season yelling his head off, and I never could figure out why he hated Lloyd so much.

I read someplace that next season will be the last. I think's it's probably time.
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By E. Soler Jr. on January 30, 2010
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Great season you'll truly love this one it's very surprising. Many things happen in this season that would have you asking for more. After I saw this season it left me with curiousity on how season 7 is going to turn out. So can't hardly wait for season 7 to come out.
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14 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Bongo on July 13, 2010
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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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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Gene Siskel on August 15, 2011
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This season had sharp writing (probably the best of the series). The one-liners snap like a whip and no one misses a beat. Vince is on top again with the Martin Scorcese movie 'Gatsby' and due to a delay with his next movie, it gives Vince some serious downtime. E has branched out, as he closes his Murphy group and winds up taking a job setup by his ex. Good growth for the E character here. Drama begins to have problems on his hit show 'Five Towns' as the producer of the show says he will have sex with Turtle's girlfriend (Jaime-Lynn Sigler). This scenario results in some hilarious situations. I don't buy the Turtle/Sigler relationship. The writers weakly explain it as her therapist said that she is 'attracted to losers'. Huh? whatever. A flailing attempt to expand the character of Turtle (when in fact he is a third fiddle character). Just have him drive Vince around and smoke weed, there is nothing more to Turtle than that. Ari's ego and power increases in this season as does his torturing of the long suffering Lloyd. Great comedic moments between the two here (Ari's reaction on the phone to Lloyd leaving Ari's car after an accident...priceless!)

This is a near flawless season and will probably be the best one of the show's run.
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