Previously on Entourage, Vince ran into an old flame as he got back in Los Angeles for business and felt insecure over the fact that every movie he was interest in has been cast and almost everyone has a project they’re working on except for him. Additionally, Eric enlisted a rival agent, Jacqueline dumped Drama for his obsessive contact with her, and Ari struggled to come clean with Vince about the unstable status of his career.
In the first two episodes of Entourage‘s fifth season, Vince’s career pretty much hit its lowest point, leaving room for others to shine. But it’s safe to assume that he’ll soar once again in the coming episodes. The question is: when?
In the third episode of this season’s Entourage called “The All Out Fall Out,” Vince takes Shauna’s and his accountant’s advice by agreeing to make an appearance at a sweet 16 party, which turns out to be a not-so-sweet-16 bash, in an attempt to avoid bankruptcy. Meanwhile, Ari ups the ante with Andrew Davies following a drag race in his new Ferrari and Drama, who is still distressed about his breakup with Jacqueline, befriends a bottle of Johnny Walker Blue.
Catch a new episode of Entourage every Sunday at 10pm on HBO. The series stars Adrian Grenier as Vince, Debi Mazar as Shauna, Jeremy Piven as Ari, Jerry Ferrara as Turtle, Kevin Connolly as Eric, Kevin Dillon as Drama, Perrey Reeves as Mrs. Ari, and Rex Lee as Lloyd, just to name a few.
Meanwhile, Entourage fans can look forward to several notable guest stars this season. Aside from Mark Wahlberg, Tony Bennett, who has appeared in the previous episode, Los Angeles Lakers’ stars Andrew Bynum and Trevor Ariza, golfer Phil Mickelson, and actor Eric Roberts have also been confirmed to grace the show.
-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
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