Entourage: Three's Company
(S03E06) Yes, yes, and yes. Finally back to form, after an up and down season thus far. This was definitely the sort of episode we've all been hoping for. It had plenty of great one-liners (far too many for me to remember), as well as the one thing that all fantastic episodes of any TV show should have... well, you can figure out what it is if you hear what Drama had to say about it:
Drama (to Eric): "When opportunity knocks, let her the f#*k in. And for God's sake, let her go down on your girlfriend!"
So, yeah, E had a threesome. The man deserves a high-five. First off though, where have we seen Sloane's friend before? I know I recognize the actress, but I can't quite place her. Anyway, threesome. Fun, huzzah, boobs, good times had by all. Then morning came, and Eric found himself cuddling with her... not Sloane. This isn't good. Remember Vince's words? The one you want to protect is the one you want a relationship with. Dumb move if you ask me. Sloane is a fox. Guys? Back me up here?
Elsewhere, Alan (the tool running the show over at Warner Bros.) has given Ari a 4PM deadline to get Vince to agree on $12.5 million for Aquaman II. But Vince won't speak to Ari until Drama has work. Somehow, Lloyd got him an audition though. That can only lead to more laughs if Lloyd ends up representing Johnny in the future.
But as things always do, they fall apart. After Vince's constant snubbing and general buffoonery, Alan takes Vince off the project and reportedly offers the sequel to Jake Gyllenhaal. That's OK, because Vince can do Medellin now... right? Wrong. Paul Haggis offered the role to Benicio Del Toro. While Vince may have some genuine principles, it seems this time they may have gotten him in quite the bind.
Predictions? What's going to happen next? I think it's more and more likely that the gang is going to start having to rely on the income that Turtle and Drama will soon be bringing to the table. Now that Vince has been blacklisted as quasi-unreliable and unpredictable, is anyone going to want to hire him for another major picture?
Of course that could be a problem too, if Ari keeps reacting to Drama as a client like this...
Ari: "Tell Drama he's on my to-do list after putting needles in my cock."