Entourage Recap: Victory and Defeat
The third to last episode of Entourage featured a lot of surprises. Okay, really only one: I laughed out loud at the show for the first time in over a month. We will get to that later. Other than that we had some other
Drama’s week started rough, but finished strong. Drama began the episode by parading around in his “I’m on strike” t-shirt and telling everyone how he was going to remain strong for both him and Andrew Dice Clay. In an effort to blow off steam, Drama heads to the gym to “bulk up” where he receives a visit from Lloyd (who for some reason was sweating profusely) who tells him that Drama’s show is going to be canceled by sundown if he doesn’t return to work. After a consultation with Dice, Drama is able to hold off on caving to Phil’s threat to bury his TV movie that is in the works for CBS. Once the crisis is averted, Dice reveals that the network finally caved, and the show is back on with a much richer cast. Kudos, Drama. Of all the fictional TV characters that deserve something good to happen to them, I was rooting for you the most.
Vince’s week was one of self-discovery. After seeing the result of his interview for Vanity fair with Alice Eve/Sophia that featured a few lines about Vince being a womanizer, Vince attempts to find out if he really is the womanizer he is portrayed to be in Vanity Fair. He even pulls the classic “visit my exes to discover if I am really that bad” routine. I would give you more details about the scene, but I was busy trying to knock myself unconscious.
Obligatory Turtle mention: Turtle flew out the people from his favorite Italian restaurant to begin to discuss a venture in Los Angeles. As expected, the people are stereotypical New York Italians (seriously, I wouldn’t be surprised if they did an open casting call for the parts) and seem more interested in a Hollywood vacation than the business venture with Turtle.Continued on the next page