Entourage Season 3

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Summary

Entourage Season 3

From executive producer Mark Wahlberg, Entourage draws on the experiences of industry insiders for a wild and humor-laced look at the heady excesses of today's celebrity lifestyle.

Episode guide

  1. 01 - Aquamom

    The night of the Aquaman premiere draws close and the crew is preparing themselves for the biggest event of Vince's career.

  2. 02 - On Day In The Valley

    It's "Aquaman's" opening day and the pressure is on. Initial box office projections, already "Titanic"-sized, get even higher after the first East Coast numbers stream in.

  3. 03 - Dominated

    After a night on the town celebrating Vince's bona fide movie star status the crew gets a surprise visit from Dom.

  4. 04 - Guys And Dolls

    Ari informs his star client that the dream role of Pablo Escobar in "Medellin" is available, and all that Vince needs to do to land the role is to impress Phil Rubenstein, the film's producer.

  5. 05 - Crash And Burn

    With help from Ari and Eric, Vince puts the heat on the studio to delay "Aquaman 2" so he can film his dream project, "Medellin".

  6. 06 - Three's Company

    The showdown between Vince and the studio intensifies over Aquaman 2 vs. Medellin, and Ari is popping every vein to bring the two sides together.

  7. 07 - Strange Days

    E is still sweating the fact that he woke up cuddling with Tori rather than Sloan during their threesome.

  8. 08 - The Release

    In the wake of the record-breaking Aquaman, Queens Boulevard is picked up for wide release.

  9. 09 - Vegas Baby, Vegas!

    Vince decides that it's time to get away from L.A. and take a trip to Vegas with the boys.

  10. 10 - I Wanna Be Sedated

    Ari has been preoccupied with setting up his new agency, and with the Vegas brawl and foreign press debacle fresh in his mind, Eric accuses him of blowing off his star client.

  11. 11 - What About Bob?

    Eric, Ari and Bob Ryan take the Ramones project to the studios, but Ari and Bob soon find themselves at odds over how to pitch the biopic.

  12. 12 - Sorry, Ari

    Screwing him out of the Ramones project was the final straw, and Vince is ready to fire Ari. When Ari hears that Vince is placing the call himself, he refuses to take it - instead setting out on a mad scramble to get Vince back on the punk rock pic.

    In the meantime, the boys decide to "flirt" with a few new agencies, and Drama suggests they rate each one based on his point system (décor, service, amenities and ambiance). But it all seems moot when every pitch they hear is straight out of Madison Avenue.

    Lloyd uses his connections in the "gay assistants corps" to learn Vince is taking meetings - information that sends Ari into overdrive. He gets a glimmer of hope when Dana Gordon, the Warner chief's beleaguered sidekick, tells him off-the-record that the studio hasn't officially bought the Ramones script from Bob Ryan yet. Not only that, her boss was planning to shelve the film - he was only interested in it to spite Vince for ditching Aquaman 2. Dana wants out of her job and on the film as a producer, and Ari promises to help her get on the project while protecting her as his informant. He drives straight to Bob's house to play his new cards, and is forced to reveal his source.

    But after mulling it over, Bob decides to "trust his instincts," and officially sells the project to Warners. He also stooges out Dana Gordon, getting her fired. Ari is screwed.

    After dodging him all day, Ari invites Vince into the office - and mobilizes his forces. But instead of apologizing for screwing up the Ramones pic, Ari and his agency give Vince the same generic presentation as every other shop in town. Vince realizes that it's time for a break, and Eric delivers the news - officially firing Mr. Gold in the hallway of his own agency.

  13. 13 - Less Than 30

    Vince’s new agent makes her first pitch, Ari lobbies for a lunch and Turtle plans Vince’s birthday blowout.

  14. 14 - Dog Day Afternoon

    Eric and Sloan try to go on a romantic weekend sans Vince, Turtle and Drama scope out the hottest singles spot in town and Ari asks Lloyd to “take one for the team”.

  15. 15 - Manic Monday

    After railing on Eric and Vince for giving her the runaround, Amanda makes Vince an offer he can’t refuse.

  16. 16 - Gotcha!

    Drama gets punked, Eric guesses Vince and Amanda’s secret and Ari is jealous of a former slacker frat brother.

  17. 17 - Return Of The King

    Ari must broker a deal before sundown and Drama saves a horse from the glue factory.

  18. 18 - The Resurrection

    Eric and Vince fight for a plagued project, Drama avoids reviews of Five Towns and Turtle bonds with an auto-shop girl.

  19. 19 - The Prince's Bride

    Drama gets an offer from Brett Ratner, Ari finds a backer for Medellin and Turtle’s date has a curfew.