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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by DevdogAZ, Jul 20, 2010.
Funniest phone confrontation ever. I actually LOL.
Dana is a great foil for Ari.
Mrs. Ari is really getting on my nerves. She's even more self-absorbed than Ari is and she apparently completely refuses to recognize that all the calamities that she is whining about have essentially come about because of her.
She makes me wish Jack Bauer would do a cameo and bring his hacksaw.
I'm not sure I agree with that. The therapy session showed just how much importance Ari places on his relationship with Mrs. Ari, when he couldn't stop obsessing over the message on his phone.
Should be fun to see Turtle get funding from Mark Cuban to grow the tequila brand, and be completely independent of Vince's money.
And why is Drama such an idiot? I'd think that doing voiceover work would be the envy of anyone in Hollywood, because it pays well but doesn't require all the extra stuff like makeup and wardrobe. You can do it in your pajamas at 2 am if that's the schedule you set up with the recording studio.
Funny thing, I think I care the least about Vince's storyline and E's involvement. I want to see E get Drama's show off the ground, but I don't care if he works out Vince's problem.
so in the end Turtle will be the most successful of the 4 via the off-chance encounter with Mark Cuba (who looked like a giant compared to the other actors, to be honest, and Cuban isn't that big...)
that would be great if Turtle ends up as the big winner
Maybe if Mrs. Ari scheduled their therapy sessions on the weekends, this wouldn't be a problem.
Turtle's hard work and go-getter attitude pays off. Jamie Lynn (who propelled him to clean up his act and go to business school to make something of himself) returns from her New Zealand shoot, is proud of him, and wants to get back together. Turtle is stuck between choosing between Alex and Jamie.
Just a prediction, based on nothing but a hunch I had this morning...
I am glad that they are showing more of Mrs. Ari's body. I think she looks great. I am surprised how every one has been telling Vince not to date a porn star. If I remember right didnt Ari's wife do a mild adult movie before they got married?
It's these dramatic conflicts that make these characters interesting to watch on a TV show, though. Sure, schedule the therapy session on a weekend, and insist that Blackberries be left in the car. That might make for more effective couples therapy... but that wouldn't be fun for the audience, now would it?
It's best to watch a show like "Entourage" with a little bit of suspension of disbelief. If you go into with some kind of axe to grind, or personal baggage to reconcile, it's not nearly as enjoyable.
(I mean, how did Carrie on "Sex in the City" have the money to buy all those shoes, newspaper columnists don't make that much. And don't even get me started on "Small Wonder," there is no way Ted Lawson had the robotic engineering chops to create the likes of V.I.C.I...)
The credits for this most-recent episode said Rob Morrow was in it, but I don't remember seeing him, and he's not listed on IMDb yet. What character was he playing?
I don't think we saw him in the episode (maybe he was just on the phone) but I am not positive.
Ah, you're right. There was that scene where Ari was sitting in the conference room with Babs and the attorney, and the attorney was talking about the various allegations that had been leveled by former employees. Didn't recognize Morrow from that scene, but that's definitely where he was.
How hot did Alex look in that red dress at the premier, or whatever it was. Sloan looked hot too, but not as much as in the last episode in bed with E.
OMG are you kidding? Rob Morrow had the best line in about 3 years of this show. He was going over the things Ari said to his employees while Ari was denying any wrong doing.
While quoting Ari "You said she should have her C-word removed to reduce her C-word iness"
I laughed for an hour
This episode had so many great lines, I wouldn't know where to start.
A scene for the ages. I actually thought "Emmy Moment" when he did it.
Anyone else thinking SCAM when Miguel Sandoval said he needed $5MM to make more tequila. It never made any sense that a company wants to sell more product, then can't even make it. And so the long con pulls Turtle in. The best cons are where you BEG 'EM to take your money.
Yes, I also thought it was a con. That, and Alex's abrupt change in being interested in a relationship with Turtle. I thought she was in on the con.
But thinking about it now, I wonder whether she is in on it. Conning Turtle and Vince is one thing, but I do not think it is wise to try to con Mark Cuba.
just think it's a scam because I only rembmer Miguel Sandoval as Pablo Escalante! He must be up to something.
I did think it was weird that a company would market without being able to produce any product. What did they think would happen? Isn't Vince supposed to be one of the biggest stars in the word?
I've stood next to Cuban in an elevator at the AAC during a Mavs game before and I was taller by an inch or two. I'm 6'5", so he may not be that big but he's a giant by Hollywood standards.
I just started watching Entourage this summer and got caught up just recently. I was surprised to see that people weren't happy with the show's last couple of seasons. I love it. What drives me crazy right now is Vince's short hair. I think he lost his best asset.
I also think it is so interesting when people play themselves, with that slight skew...like Sasha. She is doing drugs and being a bad influence on Vince. Or Bob Saget or Jeffrey Tambor.
I *love* the Lizzie character. It would be nice if she remained in the show somehow.
I want to say its a con too, but its supposedly excellent tequila so the product is there.
But he was chastising Turtle for jumping the gun. He had planned an ad campaign with Vince, but wasn't going to start it for another couple months. Turtle tweeted, and it went viral before he could prepare for it.