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Year: 2004 | 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009 | 2010 | 2011


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Pilot

18 July 2004
Vincent Chase is a young, hot, up-and-coming actor living in Hollywood. Tonight, he must attend the opening of his latest movie "Head On," but first he and his three best friends from back home (Queens, NY) have lunch and discuss their upcoming 10-year high school reunion. Vince is reluctant to go but his buddies urge him to go with them. At the post-premiere party, Vince's agent, Ari, hassles Eric about getting Vince to read the script for a possible new project. Over breakfast, Vince says he's not going to do "Matterhorn" on Eric's advice. The foursome goes to meet with the director where Vince impresses him so much that Ari calls later to tell him that they've offered $4 million for the part. While Turtle and Drama celebrate, Vince lets him know that Eric is not too enthused about the script. Later, Ari and Eric share a rather confrontational dinner while discussing the future of their star's career. After Vince decides to take Eric's advice not to do the movie, the boys leave for their reunion. Before they can drive off, though, they get a call with some bad news: Colin Farrell has taken the part.

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Mark Wahlberg ... Mark Wahlberg

Ali Larter ... Herself
Donald Devoux ... Slimfast

Arielle Kebbel ... Layla

Angie Patterson ... Deborah (as Angela Patterson)

Courtney Peldon ... Jane
Catharine Candelario ... Fred Segal Woman
Heather LaCombe ... Fred Segal Woman
Corinn Nomad ... Fred Segal Woman
Brooke Tobol ... Fred Segal Woman

Alana Morshead ... Celine

Dru Mouser ... Limo Girl #2

Danny A. Abeckaser ... Paparazzi (as Danny Abeckaser)
Alex Berliner ... Paparazzi

Henry Penzi ... Paparazzi

Mary Elise Hayden ... Flirty Driver
Maila Damian ... Bikini Girl (uncredited)
Ari Emanuel ... Himself (uncredited)

Costanza Guerrini ... Fan Girl (uncredited)

Laura Mayes ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Rachel Paquin ... Herself (uncredited)

Robbin Ryan ... Curtain Girl (uncredited)

Suteara Vaughn ... Hot Chick (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: The Review

25 July 2004
While Drama practices for his acting class over breakfast, Turtle enters with some bad news: an important trade magazine has given Vince's performance a negative review (including calling him a "fly-by-night pretty boy"). While paying Ari an office visit to discuss it, Eric meets Ari's new assistant, Emily. Following Ari's advice to show Vince a good time to get his mind off the review, Eric okays Vince's poor decision to lease a new Rolls Royce. Jessica Alba bumps into the boys during their luncheon and invites them to her party for Justine Chapin, her virginal pop-singer friend. The party proves to be a good time for everybody: Justine hits on Vince, Turtle shows off the Rolls to some girls, Eric gets some much needed assurance, and Drama finds that he isn't the only one skipping his acting class. In the morning, Eric reads Vince a review from the New York Times proclaiming him to be "the next Johnny Depp."

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Samaire Armstrong ... Emily

Jessica Alba ... Herself

David Faustino ... Himself

Leighton Meester ... Justine Chapin

Paul Herman ... Marvin

Marshall Manesh ... Rolls Royce Manager

Monica Allgeier ... Eric's Girl
Nicole Garza ... Girl #1 in Car

Frank Medrano ... Liquor Store Cashier
Armando Ortega ... Urth Caffé Valet

Charity Shea ... Girl #2 in Car

Stacy Stas ... Drama's Girl

George Alan ... Rolls Royce Salesman

Mary Elise Hayden ... Hot Girl in Gym

Kristen Aldridge ... Party Girl (uncredited)

Ladae Bond ... Party Girl (uncredited)

Lisa Donahue ... Vince's Girl (uncredited)
Stacy Glassgold ... Yoga Girl (uncredited)

Denyce Lawton ... Party Girl (uncredited)

Jason Lombard ... Jessica Alba's Friend (uncredited)
Candice Michelle ... Party Girl (uncredited)
Gina Moore ... Office Worker (uncredited)

Nicole Spruill ... Party Girl (uncredited)

Marisa Sullivan ... Party Girl (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Talk Show

1 August 2004
The boys attend a boxing match at the Staples Center where they bump into various celebrities. While Turtle and Drama talk up Luke Wilson about his new home theater system, Jimmy Kimmel invites Vince to come on his show to promote "Head On." In the morning, the foursome discuss their past relationships with women, and the consensus (all but Eric) seems to be that it's better to leave a girl dangling than break up with her. Drama also fills Vince in on his old grudge against Jimmy Kimmel. Later on, Eric tries his best to do a pre-interview for Vince's appearance while they all enjoy a game of golf. Afterwards, he breaks it to Vince that one of his one-night stands will be appearing on the show as well. The day of the show, Kristen stops by the guest house to pick up some things from Eric where the visit quickly turns into "break-up sex." Meanwhile, Drama and Turtle visit Rufus, who tells them that if Vince plugs his company on the show, they'll get their home theater system for free. At the show, the boys go to the Green Room while Vince finds sets out for a pre-show apology/visit. Emily shows up and shares a cigarette with Eric, and with a little help from Drama, their free home theater system is secured.

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Debi Mazar ... Shauna

Samaire Armstrong ... Emily

Monica Keena ... Kristen

Sara Foster ... Sara Foster

Jimmy Kimmel ... Jimmy Kimmel

Sarah Silverman ... Sarah Silverman

Luke Wilson ... Luke Wilson

Marlon Young ... Rufus
Don Barris ... Kimmel Warm-Up

Lisa Donahue ... Vince's Girl (as Lisa Donohue)

Dune Kossatz ... Staples Girl

Rachel Specter ... Kimmel PA

Shawn M. Richardz ... Backstage Fan

Stacie Richards Dail ... Hot Blonde (uncredited)
Naseem Hamed ... Naseem Hamed (uncredited)

Evander Holyfield ... Himself (uncredited)

Sarafina King ... Model 2 (uncredited)

Vitali Klitschko ... Vitali Klitschko (uncredited)

Lennox Lewis ... Lennox Lewis (uncredited)
Michael Moorer ... Michael Moorer (uncredited)

Sergio Myers ... Himself (uncredited)

Kristin Proctor ... Julie (voice) (uncredited)

Tarick Salmaci ... Tarick Salmaci (uncredited)
Corrie Sanders ... Corrie Sanders (uncredited)

April Scott ... Model (uncredited)

Irina Voronina ... Ring Girl (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: Date Night

8 August 2004
Ari wakes Eric with a phone call to remind him that tonight is the all-important opening night for Vince's movie. Immediately after Eric hangs up, Emily unexpectedly drops off fan mail, but with ulterior motives. Drama introduces the guys to his latest lady friend back at the house and then they discuss their plans for the evening over breakfast at a diner. Vince's major work for the day is a stop at Big Boy's Neighborhood, a local radio show. As a result of the appearance, Vince secures a date for himself with Justine Chapin. While everybody gets ready for the night's activities, Ari video conferences with Eric to tell him that matinée numbers for Vince's movie have been "less than stellar" because it is in direct competition with the latest Pixar feature. Kristen also calls to confess to Eric that she might still harbor feelings for him. Turtle resorts to desperate measures to get a date for their night of bowling, and it does not go unspoiled. After bowling, the large group makes a stop at a night club where, one by one, the boys find themselves alone. The night does not end on a bad note, however, and Ari arrives with some good news.

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Debi Mazar ... Shauna

Samaire Armstrong ... Emily

Monica Keena ... Kristen

Beau Garrett ... Girl from Vince's Gym

Perrey Reeves ... Mrs. Ari

Charlotte Ayanna ... Joanne

Big Boy ... Big Boy
Liz Hernandez ... Herself

Joe Grande ... Himself
Fuzzy Fantabulous ... Himself

Leighton Meester ... Justine Chapin
Kristiana Wolfe ... Tanya
Kate Albrecht ... Christy
Tara Carroll ... Drama's Fan

Jay Giannone ... Guy in Movie Line

Anyssa McAleer ... Bartender

Julisita Salcedo ... Sexy Girl

Becca Battoe ... Date of Guy in Movie Line (uncredited)

Ladae Bond ... Party Girl (uncredited)

Simona Fusco ... Hot Girl (uncredited)

Hans Raith ... Night Club Bouncer (uncredited)

Rachel Sterling ... Megan (uncredited)

Bridgetta Tomarchio ... Model (uncredited)

Suteara Vaughn ... Party Girl (uncredited)

Irina Voronina ... Sexy Clubgoer (uncredited)
Cara Wakelin ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: The Script and the Sherpa

15 August 2004
The boys are less than pleased that Vince's latest fling, Fiona, has overstayed the 3-day rule that Vince instated long ago. At the gym, her new age approach to exercise bothers Drama. Her vegan lifestyle seems to be bothering everybody in the house. Eric is re-introduced to an old acquaintance who may have just the script that Vince has been looking for: a story about a guy from Queens. Turtle tries to find a way around a weed drought in LA. Over lunch with Ari, Eric learns that the producer of "Queens Boulevard" doesn't like Vince. Fiona overhears Turtle's dilemma and offers to take the guys to her Sherpa. The Sherpa (played by Val Kilmer) happily treats them all to some of his organically grown, pesticide-free "herbal supplements" and gets a little paranoid when Eric's phone rings. Eric and Vince have dinner with Scott Wick, the movie's producer, thanks to Ari. It's not going very well until Vince offers to hook Scott up after admitting to being high during the meeting. The three share a joint in Scott's car when a cop stops by to check up on them but Vince's charm and movie-star status saves them all. Needless to say, Vince has left quite an impression, and he gets the part. The boys are all pleased when Fiona leaves for an extended trip to India.

Season 1, Episode 6: Busey and the Beach

22 August 2004
The boys begin their day at Ari's office. They pair off: Drama prepares to meet his potential new agent and drags Turtle with him while Eric and Vince attend a special meeting. The "meeting" is basically an ego-booster for Vince where a roomful of agents try to entice him with potential projects. Drama discovers that his situation is an entirely different story when he finds his new agent answering his own phone in a cubicle. When he explains that it's going to be hard to find new jobs, an angered Drama storms out with some, ummm, dramatic parting words. Later, the boys attend Gary Busey's art opening where they bump into aspiring agent Josh Weinstein and a dejected Drama meets another old actor friend who is a waiter for a catering company. They leave the opening with an invitation to a hot beach party and go out with a bang, thanks to Turtle. Emily lets Ari know that he should be a little nervous about the whole situation. Turtle confronts Gary Busey with some interesting results. When Eric lets Ari know about their disapproval, Ari leaves his kid's birthday party to have an honest conversation with the pair. After things are settled, Ari lets Drama in on some somewhat surprising news.

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Debi Mazar ... Shauna

Samaire Armstrong ... Emily

Perrey Reeves ... Mrs. Ari

Joey Slotnick ... Waiter

Joshua LeBar ... Josh Weinstein

Gary Busey ... Gary Busey

Jordan Belfi ... Adam Davies

James Lefkowitz ... Agent

Richard Neil ... Agent

Jennifer Norkin ... Agent

Lara Wickes ... Agent (as Lara Boyd Rhodes)
Chris Solari ... Agent

Stephanie Vogt ... Trish

Jeff Kahn ... Clown

Shawn Michael Patrick ... Waiter
Lisa Lynch ... Gallery Patron
Ryan Rubiano ... Party Guy

Carley Adams ... Party Girl
Mariah Bruna ... Party Girl (as Mariah Martinez)

Ladae Bond ... Party Girl (uncredited)

Mark Hengst ... Gallery Guy (uncredited)
Michael Kozak ... Partygoer (uncredited)

April Scott ... Girl in Bikini (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: The Scene

29 August 2004
Things appear to be back to normal. While the boys wait at a coffee shop for a meeting with Ari, they all give Eric a hard time about leaving Emily a drunken message the night before. Drama is in good spirits because he has some money to burn after getting residuals from his brief stint on "Pacific Blue". Ari has arranged a "meet & greet" with the director of "Queens Boulevard", so the group heads to the infamous Chateau Marmont. The outcome of the meeting is hazy: Vince likes Billy, but Eric is getting a bad feeling, and they walk away with a script that he has made revisions to. The revision that causes the most uproar begins to cause some tension among the ranks. Shauna lets Eric know that Vince's sex symbol status could be on the line if he chooses to go forward with this movie. Eric makes a secret phone call to Ari to express his concern. After hearing some reassuring wisdom, the boys screen Billy's previous film, which was a huge hit at Sundance. Amazingly, they all like it. The next day, handshakes are exchanged, and the decision is made to entrust the film to Billy Walsh.

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Debi Mazar ... Shauna

Monica Keena ... Kristen

Perrey Reeves ... Mrs. Ari

Rhys Coiro ... Billy Walsh
Josh Ackerman ... Walsh's Guy (as Joshua Ackerman)
Dinah Lee ... Walsh's Girl

Heidi Hawking ... Stripper (as Heidi Lee Hawking)
Julian Wells ... Stripper (as Suzy McCoppin)
Adrienne Metz ... Stripper

Diana Rios ... Stripper

Michelle Ruben ... Stripper (as Michelle Rubin)
Angela Wheatfall ... Stripper

Cliff Dorfman ... Cliff (as Clifford Tate)
Bogdan Szumilas ... Agent (as D.B Szumilas)

Suteara Vaughn ... Hot Chick (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: New York

12 September 2004
Now Vince is about to return to New York for months to shoot, Turtle decides to make some money for a change- by charging entry for Vince's go away-party. Drama finds Adam Davies is a great agent, as he gets him a well-paid audition for a promising pilot, CSI Minneapolis to be shot in Vancouver starring Don Johnson whom Johnny already knows, interesting despite clashing with the timing for Queens Bouelevard and his temper flares up again. Meanwhile E insists he wants his work as Vince's manager recognized, with a formal contract, and plays it hard despite skepticism from Ari and, worst of all, Vince himself.

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Debi Mazar ... Shauna

Samaire Armstrong ... Emily

Monica Keena ... Kristen

Larry David ... Larry David

Scarlett Johansson ... Herself

Jordan Belfi ... Adam Davies
Kate Albrecht ... Christy

Scarlett Chorvat ... Carol
Julian Wells ... Goodbye Girl (as Suzy McCoppin)

Nadine Velazquez ... Janeen

Cliff Dorfman ... Auditioner (as Clifford Tate)

Larry Charles ... Audition Producer

Doug Ellin ... Audition Producer
Stephen Levinson ... Audition Producer

Rob Weiss ... Audition Producer
Sheila Jaffe ... Casting Director

Frank Medrano ... Shop Employee
Amie Petersen ... Waitress
Tim Arnold ... Party-Goer
Kristen Marie Holly ... Party-Goer

Jennah Lintz ... Party-Goer
Mary McNeal ... Party-Goer
Bogdan Szumilas ... Agent (as D.B Szumilas)

Jen McPherson ... (uncredited)

Todd Peterson ... Daniel (uncredited)

Vincent Riviezzo ... Vince's Cousin (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: The Boys Are Back in Town

5 June 2005
With filming on Queens Boulevard completed, Vince, Eric, Turtle and Drama arrive back in LA, ready to pick up where they left off. Eric tries to fulfill his new duties as Vince's manager, while also trying to control the frustrations caused by his relationship with Kristen. He also has to deal with Ari, who lets him know that offers to Vince have started to dry up, and that Vince should take the starring role in "Aquaman." Turtle steps up into his new role as the house manager and Drama finds an unconventional way to get a new set of headshots.

Season 2, Episode 2: My Maserati Does 185

12 June 2005
When Beverly Hills Maserati offers Vince a free Maserati, he passes it on as a thank you to Eric 'E', his devoted personal manager. who is dragged to a wild party and ends up in bed with a girl he just met there. Agent Ari keeps insisting Vince should do Aquaman, to the point of reading the script aloud while they're in the sauna till they promise to go trough it end then decide. and feels very guilty but is advised not to tell his girlfriend Kristen, only to hear she was unfaithful too and breaks up.

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Debi Mazar ... Shauna (credit only)

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Monica Keena ... Kristen

Holly Valance ... Leanna

Lamar Odom ... Himself

Jaime Pressly ... Herself
Dave Levinson ... Laker Fan
Jeanine Giovanni ... Rachel

Paul Green ... Calf Guy

Thomas Crawford ... Sales Manager

Brianna Brown ... Jewelry Salesgirl (as Brianna Lynn Brown)

Chris Henchy ... Producer (as Christopher Henchy)

Nealla Gordon ... Casting Director

David DiBrienza ... Rodeo Dr. Shopper
Mandie Braxton ... VIP Lady (uncredited)

Lanette Fugit ... Executive (uncredited)

Evelyn Vaccaro ... Model (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: Aquamansion

19 June 2005
Vince is taking big risks, listening to Turtle rather then E, Ari and his financial adviser: without a new role in the pocket, he is tempted to buy a Hollywood house, and one of true star status, which means an outrageous price, a multiple of his $1,000,000 limit, but the idea of being the next owner of Marlon Brandon's former villa with private pool is irresistible. Yet Vince still won't commit to sign for Aquaman, actually declares he won't play a ridiculous 'cartoon character' and seems decided against the part when he sees the costume design, E and Ari must pull all the stops to change his mind. Meanwhile party life goes on, with Johnny Drama focusing on getting his lifelong ban revoked at Hugh Hefner's Playboy Mansion. It takes a lot of doing, after being found out in Vince's car trunk they nearly get all banned, but then...

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Debi Mazar ... Shauna

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Perrey Reeves ... Mrs. Ari

Constance Zimmer ... Dana Gordon

Paul Ben-Victor ... Allen Grey

Hugh M. Hefner ... Hugh Hefner (as Hugh Hefner)

Ralph Macchio ... Ralph Macchio

Danny Masterson ... Danny Masterson

Pauly Shore ... Pauly Shore

Chene Lawson ... Jennifer - Barney's Salesgirl

Paul Herman ... Marvin

Patty McCormack ... Realtor
Kate Albrecht ... Christy

Amanda Tepe ... Mac Assistant Manager

Rex Lee ... Lloyd
Colleen McGrann ... Ralph's Wife

Yorgo Constantine ... VIP Guest List Guy
Stephen Keys ... Guard

Stacy Fuson ... Girl at PJ Party

Daniel Booko ... Frat Guy #1
Adam Green ... Frat Guy #2

Holly Madison ... Playmate

Bridget Marquardt ... Playmate

Kendra Wilkinson ... Playmate

Jonathan Baker ... Jonathan Baker

Miki Black ... Playboy Body Paint Model (uncredited)

Annette Chéri ... Microphone Girl (uncredited)

Cassie Jaye ... Fan (uncredited)

Patricia Mizen ... Make-Up Counter Girl (uncredited)

Diana Prince ... Lingerie Party Girl (uncredited)

Rayna Tharani ... Model (uncredited)

Pleasant Wayne ... Actress (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: An Offer Refused

26 June 2005
Vince is finally on-board but Ari tells E that the studio has not sent over the paperwork for Aquaman and he can't find out why. They hold off on telling Vince. Vince hires an expensive decorator, Carrie Carlson, for his mansion. And Drama wants money to have his calves augmented. Queen's Blvd gets into Sundance. Josh Weinstein, who brought them the script, tells them that James Cameron is directing Aquaman. E interrupts Ari's couples therapy and Ari manages to get a hold of Dana Gordon who reassures him. Ari and E tell Vince all is well at a celebration for getting into Sundance. Then the two hear "Leo" has left to meet with Cameron about a fish movie.

Season 2, Episode 5: Neighbors

3 July 2005
E and Ari bitterly blame each-other while worrying about the Aqaman-deal even more now the press has leaked it prematurely. While Johnny and Turtle keep spending money Vince still doesn't have, his TV celebrity neighbor Bob Saget expresses high praise for landing Staci, inaccessible to him, and discloses her dubious profession. Vince's Queens Boulevard director continues coaching the boys, and gets a high-profile request.

Season 2, Episode 6: Chinatown

10 July 2005
The boys are starting to get low on cash and to help pay the bills; Ari lands Vince a gig appearing in a lucrative foreign commercial. Meanwhile, Turtle decides to make his own money by entering an Xbox boxing tournament, but he gets ousted early on by a young gaming prodigy. Eric needs to get a copy of "Queens Boulevard" to James Cameron so he can see Vince's work, but Walsh refuses to screen it before he shows it at Sundance. Luckily, the A-list director agrees to attend the Sundance screening of the film, offering hope that Vince may still end up with the "Aquaman" role.

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Debi Mazar ... Shauna (credit only)

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Samaire Armstrong ... Emily

DeRay Davis ... Hack

Stanley DeSantis ... Scott Wick

Bai Ling ... Li Lei

Michael Buffer ... Himself

Stephanie Vogt ... Liz the Agent

Jordan Belfi ... Adam Davies

Rex Lee ... Lloyd

Ron Yuan ... Chaing Chung

Vanessa Branch ... Chinese Interpreter

Matt Dallas ... Male Model

Ariana Delawari ... X-Box Girl

Terrence Hardy Jr. ... Herbie Green (as Terrence Hardy)

Simon Rhee ... Asian Gangster

Suteara Vaughn ... Scenes deletes (uncredited)

Pleasant Wayne ... Actress (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: The Sundance Kids

17 July 2005
The boys attend the Sundance Film Festival, in snowy season. Eric makes friends with golden touch-producer Harvey Weingard, who might buy Vince's movie, but actually wants him for an old project 'Tapping the Source'- he's hired on the spot for his Australian shooting in three weeks, but that would mean missing out on James Cameron's movie. Ari and E accept this 'safe bet', Vince decides otherwise- Harvey vindictively cries eternal doom. Drama hopes to land a part with his Spanish idol Alejandro Teva- by asking clumsy questions after his movie's screening, and still is offered an audition. Meeting peace Corps girls gets even Turtle horny enough to Google about their target country Sudan, rivaling for one with Drama; they get a threesome but 'cross swords'. Cameron walks out after only 10 minutes, but calls...

Season 2, Episode 8: Oh, Mandy

24 July 2005
Vince has the Aquaman lead; James Cameros is casting his opposite from five top-actresses. The group can stay in Jessica Alba's luxurious Malibu residence. Johnny 'Drama' Chase has a shot at a Hallmark TV movie, but can he make it in time across LA through miles of traffic? He does, but gets worked up about another actor he had an incident with and works it out an a surfer, molests his car and is arrested just after hearing he was chosen. Vince is to have diner with Aquagirl Mandy Moore, with who he once had a serious romance ending in a grave incident...

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Debi Mazar ... Shauna

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Constance Zimmer ... Dana Gordon

Andrea Bendewald ... Jess

Dale Dye ... Scuba Instructor

Joyce Brothers ... Herself (as Dr. Joyce Brothers)
José Eber ... Himself (as Jose Eber)

Mandy Moore ... Mandy Moore

Jordan Belfi ... Adam Davies

Rex Lee ... Lloyd
Sheila Jaffe ... Sheila

Doug Ellin ... Doug

Chad Muska ... Surfer
Merritt Yohnka ... Cop

Marlon Young ... Rufus

Adrian Neil ... Maitre D'

Christina Lindley ... Bikini Model (uncredited)

Salina Soto ... Clubgoer (uncredited)

Pleasant Wayne ... Actress (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: I Love You Too

31 July 2005
Vince first accepts to have dinner with his Aquaman-opposite star Mandy Moore and her fiancé, a minute after they were introduced, then hesitates and ends up chickening out, after Internet comics reporter R.J. Spencer interviewed him about his wedding proposal to her while he still was an unknown, something even E never knew. Spencer is not only literally insulted when Vince walks out instead of answering but is implacable whatever E does or offers. He demands $350,000 or his website will stop at nothing to sink Aquaman because of Vince. Meanwhile at Comic-Con in San Diego Johnny Drama enjoys his relative star status with the comics fans, as Torvald from Viking Quest, but slowly gets pissed off as he is outclassed by spin-off Angel Quest star Vanessa Angel. However she ends up telling him she always had a crush on him and finds him cruel he always held her off, so he finally dares tell her he's just as interested. Vince and E's problem is surprisingly solved by the Pussy Patrol girls...

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Debi Mazar ... Shauna

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Rainn Wilson ... R.J. Spencer
Richard Voll ... Chris

Vanessa Angel ... Vanessa Angel

Jesse Jane ... Jesse Jane
Devon ... Devon
Teagan Presley ... Teagan Presley

Mandy Moore ... Mandy Moore

Chad Cleven ... Bellhop

Jesse Heiman ... Nerd #1

Jeremy Howard ... Nerd #2

Dana Woods ... Nerd #3 (as Dana Michael Woods)

Craig Susser ... Craig
Laurence Cohen ... Nerd #4

Scott Freeburg ... Nerd #5

Dave Shalansky ... Nerd #6

Brandon Alexander III ... Comic Book Fan (uncredited)

Bono ... Bono (uncredited)

Cynthia Harmon ... Bikini Model (uncredited)

U2 ... U2 (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: The Bat Mitzvah

7 August 2005
On the Aquaman set, Vince admits to his co-star Mandy he's still in love with her, which director Cameron hears trough their mikes and so does E, whose confidence is shocked by all his secrecy. Ari Gold, Vince's Jewish agent, is holding a bar mitzvah for his daughter Sarah; as usual he's frantic about his guests, such as his senior partner Terence McQuewick and his daughter Sloan, who is reputed to have an infallible eye for male acting talent and really digs Vince, so Ari fears Terence wants to 'steal Vince'. The boys carefully get fancy party dress at Vinces expense, except E who pays his own clothes and refuses to waste good money on labels like Armani; when he meets Sloan, he does dress up, making the others warn him he's setting himself up for another scorned crush. Drama and Turtle get stuck on an old peoples table and regret having eaten little before the party as they don't get to the yummy stuff having missed the synagogue service with appetizers, nor knew they had to order, so it's kosher vegetarian leftovers, till a waitress shows them the kids buffet, just what they wanted, but are startled to see 13 year-olds blowing weed. Mandy tells Vince she's not quite over him either and put her fiancé Chris on hold.

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Debi Mazar ... Shauna (credit only)

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Malcolm McDowell ... Terrance McQuewick

Emmanuelle Chriqui ... Sloan

Perrey Reeves ... Mrs. Ari

Melinda Clarke ... Melinda Clarke

James Cameron ... James Cameron
DJ Quik ... DJ Quik

Mandy Moore ... Mandy Moore

Cassidy Lehrman ... Sarah Gold

Phillip Bloch ... Clerk
Alfred Dennis ... Old Man

Charlotte Salt ... Waitress

Blaine Miller ... Kid #1

Drew Osborne ... Kid #2
Shannon Factor ... Herself
Bart Fletcher ... Bar Tender (uncredited)
Chris Hill ... Editing Technician (uncredited)
Rodrick Moore ... Little Boy (uncredited)

David Pressman ... James Cameron's Assistant (uncredited)
Taralyn Rose ... Bat Mitzvah Guest (uncredited)

Pleasant Wayne ... Actress (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: Blue Balls Lagoon

14 August 2005
Turtle understandably doubts Johny Drama's hope Brooke Shields might dig him at their set while he plays her brother Little Rick. Now Mandy has dumped Chris, Vince is looking forward to her birthday party- the professionals abhor the press bringing that out, even Warner Bros fears that could make Aquaman appear a home-wrecker. Cameron offers them a private diner at his restaurant The Geisha House. Even after a good meeting with Mandy and the boys at Jerry's Deli, E advises against it, but is ignored. Sloan tells E the painting agent Ari Gold gave Vince, who was prepared to buy it as a gift for Mandy, is another fake; E questions Ari, who doesn't confess but still switches the copy with the real thing he gave his wife as anniversary present. Mandy is tickled-pink with the Nitsch.

Season 2, Episode 12: Good Morning Saigon

21 August 2005
When Vince misses a meeting because he was with Mandy, Eric and Ari start to worry Vince's love life is interfering with business. Turtle and Drama make a musical discovery when they recover Erik's stolen car.

Season 2, Episode 13: Exodus

28 August 2005
Johnny and Turtle get a gold watch, paid by Vince from his Aquaman bundle, to welcome Saigon to Turtle's company; however they see Mandy with her ex-steady date Chris, so they make cellphone pictures as proof she's apparently cheating on the star. Ari finds his senior partner Terence McQuewick, who didn't attend in three years, chairs the staff meeting and bars him for arriving late; in private he says he's returning full-time, and denies Ari a contract extension as consolation. Ari panics and swears his assistant Lloyd to undying loyalty before sending him out to tell eights agents the code 'tsetse fly', but Lloyd phones Terence already knows, who indeed brands him as a traitor; Ari then invites colleagues to join him in a new agency, but only Lloyd follows him and they find all company privileges are cut of, stat. Sloan reassures E Mandy is probably not cheating. E tells Vince he never felt it was over with Chris, and indeed Mandy confirms she is not quite sure yet, so he breaks up and- wants out of the movie. A 'jealous pep-talk' from Lloyd gives drunk Ari the courage to face his wife, or not quite.

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Debi Mazar ... Shauna (credit only)

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Malcolm McDowell ... Terrance McQuewick

Emmanuelle Chriqui ... Sloan

Perrey Reeves ... Mrs. Ari
Richard Voll ... Chris (as Rich Voll)

Mandy Moore ... Mandy Moore

Rex Lee ... Lloyd

Jordan Belfi ... Adam Davies

Isabella Way ... Clerk #1
Jarrett Lennon ... Clerk #2

Amy Lyndon ... Hamburger Hamlet Waitress

Michael McLafferty ... Agent #1

Benjamin Burdick ... Agent #2
Dave Lowe ... Agent #3
Peter DePesa ... Agent #4

Izzy Diaz ... Ernesto

Tonja Kahlens ... Night Operator

Angela Casassa ... Shana

Shon Blotzer ... David (uncredited)
Rudi Rose ... Ari's Agent (uncredited)
Sherry Wu ... Restaurant Girl (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 14: The Abyss

4 September 2005
When Ari and E learn about each-others problems with Terence viz. Vince, both of which make the press, panic is total. Drama and Turtle give Vince the cold shoulder, hoping Saigon and his friends are their new meal-ticket. Even E considers taking a job as agent with Terence and moving in with his daughter Sloan. Vince refuses to reconsider bailing out on Aquaman and fires Ari and the entourage, yet turns up at Turtle's company birth party. Ari's successor Adam Davies tells Drama he's out with Vince. On Ari's advice, E still supports Vince who has scheduled a meeting with Cameron, whose enthusiasm pulls him over.

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Aquamom

11 June 2006
The night of the Aquaman premiere draws close and the crew is preparing themselves for the biggest event of Vince's career. Drama and Turtle keep finding better looking women to bring to the event, but they find themselves prematurely running out of passes to hand out to the hotties. Vince is less concerned about finding a date. He knows there's only one woman to bring -- his mom. Mrs. Chase is hesistant to make the trip to the West Coast due to a fear of travelling, but E finally convinces her to travel with both his and Turtle's mothers. Meanwhile, Ari adjusts to life in his new office (complete with broken down elevator) and finds that he's in for a huge challenge on his own.

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Debi Mazar ... Shauna

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Perrey Reeves ... Mrs. Ari

Rex Lee ... Lloyd

Emmanuelle Chriqui ... Sloan
Kate Albrecht ... Christy

Patti D'Arbanville ... Eric's Mom
Camille Saviola ... Turtle's Mom

Amanda Righetti ... Katrina

Melissa Keller

Maria Menounos ... Maria Menounos

Mercedes Ruehl ... Rita Chase

Big Boy ... Big Boy

James Cameron ... James Cameron

James Woods ... James Woods

Ashley Madison ... Tiffany
Eboni Renée Jackson ... Video Ho #1 (as Eboni Renee Jackson)

Somaya Reece ... Video Ho #2

Kevin Ryan ... Ed Thomas (scenes deleted) (as Kevin J. Ryan)
Julie Austin ... Super Model (uncredited)

Christine Fazzino ... Waitress (uncredited)

Marko Malic ... Actor (uncredited)

Alisa Robinson ... Rodeo Drive Shopper (uncredited)

Brit Shaw ... Fanatic Fan (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: One Day in the Valley

18 June 2006
It's Aquaman's opening day. Initial box office projections, already "Titanic"-sized, get even higher after the East Coast numbers stream in, giving everyone hope that the film has a chance to pass "Spider-Man" as the biggest opening weekend in history. To avoid getting recognized, Vince and the boys decide to take in a showing in the Valley, but the heat sets off blackouts and unsure West Coast numbers. The bouncing box office receipts and the heat push everyone to the brink, so to unwind, the crew ends up crashing a high school party, where Vince gets to live out his "Almost Famous" fantasy. When Ari finally finds them - a drunken Vince celebrating on a rooftop - he breaks the big news: "Aquaman" is back on track to break the weekend box office record.

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Debi Mazar ... Shauna

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Perrey Reeves ... Mrs. Ari

Rex Lee ... Lloyd

Nora Dunn ... Dr. Marcus

Samm Levine ... Reggie

Adam Wylie ... Jay

Jareb Dauplaise ... Kessler

Christian Monzon ... Ducati Salesman

Gary Kraus ... Movie Manager

Andy Langham ... Audience Guy

Jamie Strange ... Kessler's Sister
Paulina Slagter ... Teri

Kirby Bliss Blanton ... Amanda
Christen Harper ... Teenage Girl #1

Carlie Westerman ... Teenage Girl #2
Traci Murray ... Mother on Pier
Maya Harvey ... Daughter on Pier

Vladimir Rajcic ... Jack

Alejandra Gutierrez ... Model (uncredited)
Curtis Ray Husted ... Drunk Partier (uncredited)

Theresa Joy ... Monique (uncredited)

Richard Lilly ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Pegah Patra ... Hot Party Girl (uncredited)

Kyle Rea ... Drunk Swimmer (uncredited)

Kelly Southerland ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Yasmin Spain ... Video Girl (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: Dominated

25 June 2006
After a night on the town celebrating Vince's movie star status with the success of "Aquaman" and the unveiling of the new Aquaman theme park ride, the crew gets a surprise visit from Dom, a recently paroled childhood friend from Queens. Back in the day, Dom took a rap for Vince, so Vince is glad to help out his friend in any way he can. But Dom's brash ways quickly prove to be too much for Eric, Drama and Turtle. Unfortunately for them, Vince hires Dom as his new head of security, so it looks as if he will be around for a while. Meanwhile, Ari has his hands full trying to keep his daughter away from a teen star with bad intentions.

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Debi Mazar ... Shauna

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Perrey Reeves ... Mrs. Ari

Rex Lee ... Lloyd (credit only)
Domenick Lombardozzi ... Dom
Kate Albrecht ... Christy

Cassidy Lehrman ... Sarah Gold

Cole Petersen ... Max Ballard

E.L. Woody ... Cameraman

Kattia Ortiz ... Hooker

Patrick O'Connor ... Presenter

Holly Traister ... Movie Mom

Kimberly Evan ... Child's Agent (uncredited)

Julie Fine ... Selina (uncredited)

Daniel Hitch ... (uncredited)

Cassie Jaye ... 1940s Actress (uncredited)
Candace Nicole ... Max's Girl (uncredited)
Maury Rogow ... Press (uncredited)
Anthony TerBush ... Mastro's Restaurant Manager (uncredited)
Nicky Vegas ... Himself (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: Guys and Doll

2 July 2006
With Aquaman packing multiplexes across the world, it's time for Vince to capitalize on his success and pick his next project. Ari informs Vince that the dream role of Pablo Escobar in "Medellin" is available, and all that he needs to do to land the role is to impress Phil Rubenstein, the film's producer. The entire entourage attends a party at Rubenstein's Santa Barbara mansion, but all of the goodwill that Vince earns is destroyed when a prized model of Shrek disappears from the producer's house during the party. Suspicion immediately turns to Dom, but the ex-con flatly denies the theft. Turtle, Drama and E don't believe him, but Vince does, and he won't waver in his support for his friend. "Medellin" is about to be totally derailed when Dom finally admits to lifting the doll during the party. The crew cut Dom loose and surreptitiously return the model, only to learn that there's a new complication: "Aquaman 2" has been approved and is scheduled to start shooting the same day as "Medellin."

Season 3, Episode 5: Crash and Burn

9 July 2006
Facing a scheduling conflict, Vince, Eric and Ari must figure out how to keep the 'Aquaman' sequel afloat without upsetting the Oscar(R)-winning director of 'Medellin.' When Saigon's song finally blows up, Turtle requests a sit-down with Ari.

Season 3, Episode 6: Three's Company

16 July 2006
It takes Vince to drag Drama away from the mob video game in which his image plays opposite Marlon Brandon as Don Corleone. The boys threesome plays hard to find as Vince refuses to dance to a major studio boss's tune as Ari avidly advised. Even a 12,500,000 offer for Aquaman 2 is ignored, Ari can't even get an audience without finding Drama a part first. Meanwhile the losers envy E an offer from his girl Sloan for a trio with Tori, which he believed a bluff but calling it makes it real.

Season 3, Episode 7: Strange Days

23 July 2006
Aquaman 2 is lost for good. Vince now volunteers to replace Zach Braff to be auctioned as dream-date for charity. Ari gets 12.5 million from Terence and sneakily starts spending it on upgrading his agency. Adam Davies gets wind of this and successfully demands a lucrative partnership. Eric's worrying about waking up spooned with the other trio girl makes it into a problem.

Season 3, Episode 8: The Release

30 July 2006
Vince may still get a break now that the studio is launching Queens Boulevard commercially, but he agrees with the director their re-cut is artistic murder. Johnny has an Edward Burns pilot audition, but throws a ridiculous tantrum, during which his car is stolen, so he isn't even on time. Now Terrance has signed Ari's settlement, he sets up his agency. As soon as Terrance finds out about the agency, he decides vindictively to stop payments and litigate regardless of cost. Just when people discover they won't be paid, probably for months, Terrance's ex offers Ari a way out.

Season 3, Episode 9: Vegas Baby, Vegas!

6 August 2006
Ari wants Vince to work on his image, but is seduced to follow the boys to Vegas, where 'infallible card player' Vince promises to win a fortune. Drama books his favorite masseur, former football star Ken, for 24 hours. Constant praise brings the stud to an unusual, alas wasted intimate move. Turtle manages to land the position of delegating the strippers contest judging, or in his mind 'the perks'.

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Debi Mazar ... Shauna (credit only)

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Emmanuelle Chriqui ... Sloan

Johann Urb ... Ken

Paul Willson ... Guy at Blackjack Table

Beverly D'Angelo ... Barbara Miller

Seth Green ... Seth Green

Jennifer Hill ... Stripper #1
Vanessa Villegas ... Stripper #2
Ilsa Martinez ... Stripper #3
David Lopez ... Seth's Crew Guy #1
David Gross ... Seth's Crew Guy #2
Maurice Dean Martin ... Seth's Crew Guy #3
Csoba Laszlo ... Dealer #1
Dennis Franklin ... Dealer #2
Samantha Kong ... Dealer #3
Dean Mauro ... Roulette Guy

Joey Bell ... Hotel guest (2005)
DJ Stefanich ... Playboy Cowboy

Maria Falgione ... Bartender (uncredited)

Ty Izquierdo ... Bartender (uncredited)

Beverly Lynne ... Woman at Blackjack Table (uncredited)
Mike McVearry ... Bartender (uncredited)
Stephen Neill ... Elliot Neill (uncredited)

Kevon Stover ... Rock Star (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 10: I Wanna Be Sedated

13 August 2006
Eric insults Ari, who therefore matches him with has-been super-producer Bob Ryan. Drama is driver for one day, as Turtle is supposed to sign his discovery's record contract with Sammy Kane. Alas, star Saigon doesn't show up. The boys track him down, only to face more problems. Meanwhile Vince enjoys a lazy day with his girl-friend, who has a sassy secret.

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Debi Mazar ... Shauna (credit only)

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Rex Lee ... Lloyd
Saigon ... Saigon

Anna Maria Horsford ... Saigon's Mother

Hassan Johnson ... Bunky

Lindsay Sloane ... Nicole

Beverly D'Angelo ... Barbara Miller

Martin Landau ... Bob Ryan

David Paymer ... Sammy Kane

Jess Rowland ... Hotel Clerk

Shelli Boone ... Assistant

Cheryl David ... Woman

Bella Thorne ... Kid

Porscha Coleman ... Video Ho #1

Zee James ... Video Ho #2

Malika ... Video Ho #3

Khadijah ... Video Ho #4

Omar J. Dorsey ... Thug #1
Franklin Delano Neely ... Thug #2

April Adamson ... Beverly (uncredited)

Fumi Desalu-Vold ... Gangster's Girlfriend (uncredited)

Cynthia Harmon ... Bikini Model (uncredited)

Kelli Mandruk ... Entourage girl (uncredited)

Gigi Orsillo ... Coffee Bean Girl (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 11: What About Bob?

20 August 2006
Ari nearly explodes as not only E, but also obnoxious Bob insists on coming along as he tries to sell their Ramone biopic project to a studio. Drama can't unwind for his first day on set as Ed Burns makes his part more challenging. The sting of the problem proves the solution. Meanwhile Turtle wants a pair of exclusive Fukijama sneakers, without standing in line early. Vince initially refuses to ask a celebrity favor, then accepts to do something special himself, in vain. Turtle gets a great surprise, the other boys an uppercut when Ari's trick to dump Bob backfires.

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Debi Mazar ... Shauna (credit only)

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Rex Lee ... Lloyd

Dante Basco ... Fukijama

Brian Tee

Jack Coleman ... Bradley

John Duerler
Frank Alvarez ... Cholo

Martin Landau ... Bob Ryan

Edward Burns ... Edward Burns (as Ed Burns)

Adam Goldstein ... Himself (as Adam 'DJ AM' Goldstein)

Kelley Hazen ... Jacqueline

Bob Jesser ... A.D.

Jonathan 'Lil J' McDaniel ... Sneakerhead
Alex Bruzzi ... Undefeated Manager
Bryan Tanaka ... Undefeated Kid

Jarrod Bunch ... Security Guard

Ray Auxias ... Guy in Line
Daniel Cordiner ... Sneakerhead (uncredited)
Hank Fields ... Producer (uncredited)
Oliver Goodwill ... Brother (uncredited)

Kelli Mandruk ... Entourage girl (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 12: Sorry, Ari

27 August 2006
Vince goes shopping for a new agent with the gang. Ari tries to stop the Vince from getting that new agent.

Season 3, Episode 13: Less Than 30

8 April 2007
The boys want to pay for Vince's birthday party as their gift, but Turtle's overspending maxes all their credit cards. Desperate to get Vince back as client from Amanda, Ari practically begs for a meeting and throws in the perfect gift - Vince's dream script, but a dead duck according to Amanda. Drama is obsessed with his Burns movie's billboard. Will Vince accept Turtle's way out, and reward Ari's bribery?

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Debi Mazar ... Shauna (credit only)

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Rex Lee ... Lloyd

Emmanuelle Chriqui ... Sloan

Mike Hagerty ... Boat Rental Operator

Smith Cho

James Moses Black ... African Rum Salesman

Joel Silver ... Himself

Carla Gugino ... Amanda Daniels

Alessandra Ambrosio ... Victoria's Secret Angel #1

Izabel Goulart ... Victoria's Secret Angel #2
Ginny Weirick ... Hollywood Reporter Girl

Heidi Herschbach ... Billboard Girl (as Heidi Lynne Herschbach)
Saradi Mooney ... Captain Girl

Taylor Cathcart ... Happy Birthday Girl

Michael Fucci ... Waiter

Cynthia Addai-Robinson ... Amanda's Assistant #2

Rebecca Ocampo ... Amanda's Assistant #3

Kate Clarke ... Vince's Friend (uncredited)
Kelley Daugherty ... Chelsea (uncredited)

Liisa Evastina ... Go Go dancer (uncredited)

Kerry Finlayson ... Bliss Girl (uncredited)
Ker'in Hayden ... Victoria's Secret Waitress (uncredited)

Chris Krauser ... Hollywood Reporter #1 (uncredited)

Steve Moulton ... Birthday Bouncer (uncredited)

Barnett O'Hara ... Party Goer (uncredited)

Jennifer Sciole ... Amber the Go Go (uncredited)
Kelly Sha ... Party Dancer (uncredited)

Nicole Sienna ... Brook (uncredited)
Sherry Wu ... Model Friend (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 14: Dog Day Afternoon

15 April 2007
Ari's agency can sign up major gay star Jay Lester, but only if Lloyd uses his charms against his personal preferences. Vince wants a 'couples weekend' in Napa with E, Sloane and a new girl for himself. E worries Sloane won't get on with Lindsay, but the 'test' in L.A. ends up causing trouble. Meanwhile Drama and Turtle trust in their guard dog Arnold to get them weekend dates.

Season 3, Episode 15: Manic Monday

22 April 2007
Now Ari acts all neurotic, having lost Vince as client, his wife drags him to yet another therapist, where he denies caring for any client. The boys realize they can't rally say no to Amanda just because she's too hot. After Ari admits being unable to fire blinded employee Rob Rubino, something he normally enjoys sadistically, his therapist recharges his mental energy. Amanda proposes her own surprising solution.

Season 3, Episode 16: Gotcha!

29 April 2007
Vince accepted Amanda' proposal to defuse the sexual tension by doing it 'once', but they both enjoyed it too much to walk away, another business worry for Eric. When Drama hears his former friend Pauly Shore wants to punk him in the pilot of his new candid camera show, he eagerly accepts. Drama assumes boxer Chuck Liddell practically picking a fight is the gag, but to his horror is punk'd in a lame way, and Chuck swears physical revenge. When Ari's frat friend Scott Siegel visits, present a hot, young Jewish bride and announces he made $45,000,000 with stamps, jealousy strikes Ari and his wife.

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Debi Mazar ... Shauna (credit only)

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Perrey Reeves ... Mrs. Ari

Bruce Buffer ... UFC Announcer

Chuck Liddell ... Himself

Pauly Shore ... Pauly Shore

Artie Lange ... Scott Siegel

Leslie Bibb ... Laurie

Carla Gugino ... Amanda Daniels
'Big' John McCarthy ... Himself - UFC Referee (as John McCarthy)

Sydney Park ... Girl Scout

Joey King ... Chuck's Daughter
Samaj Fox ... Kid in Line

Kwame Boateng ... Teenager
Angel Manuel ... Coach Carr
Julio Leal ... UFC Trainer (uncredited)

Barnett O'Hara ... UFC Fan (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 17: The Return of the King

6 May 2007
In his battle with Vice's agent-lover Amanda, who seems to overplay her hand for Arthur Gatoff's 'Bogota' movie, Ari uses the pardon on Yom Kippur and ex-alcoholic Nicky Rubinstein's family. Alas Ari's wife refuses to let him break Sabbath restrictions to help out Nicky. It gets the boys doubt if she sabotages it to keep him in California and counter Ari, so E gets Vince to turn to Ari themselves. Meanwhile Vince has taken the boys to the race track and bets on King's ransom, which loses them one. Yet Drama decided to buy the stallion, although no stud but infertile, and an unruly troublemaker on his hands. There are surprising consequences on both fronts.

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Debi Mazar ... Shauna (credit only)

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Perrey Reeves ... Mrs. Ari

Cassidy Lehrman ... Sarah Gold

Emma Prescott ... Ed Burns' Daughter

Harris Yulin ... Arthur Gatoff

Caroline Aaron ... Sheila Rubenstein

Shelley Berman ... Uncle Shelley

Edward Burns ... Edward Burns

Adam Goldberg ... Nick Rubenstein

Carla Gugino ... Amanda Daniels

Michael Canavan ... Horse Owner
Harvey J. Alperin ... Rabbi

Jan Devereaux ... Temple Goer #1
Joyce Hiller Piven ... Temple Goer #2 (as Joyce Piven)

Lon Haber ... Cantor

Saige Ryan Campbell ... Little Girl

Mark Atkinson ... Race Track Patron
Hunt Baker ... Bar Patron - Jace (uncredited)

Teresa Berkin ... Congregant (uncredited)

Rosemary Garris ... (uncredited)
Slim Khezri ... Temple Goer #3 (uncredited)

Jared Melei ... Ari's Nephew (uncredited)
Ella Milenova ... Anna (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 18: The Resurrection

13 May 2007
Drama is so nervous about the first airing of his TV series Five Towns that he can't stand to see any reviews. He finally bites the bullet after an hour of massage- it's murderous, even worse on himself. Vince and E tell Ari he doesn't get them back, they still want Medellin first. Ari arranges lunch with director Joe Roberts, whom the boys convince. But he demands Vince first makes Matterhorn. Instead, the boys decide to bid on the script and produce it themselves. Turtle has a hard time collecting d-Drama's old-timer from the haughty mechanic Rufus, but gets a date with bis daughter. The box office ends Drama's gloom.

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Debi Mazar ... Shauna (credit only)

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Rex Lee ... Lloyd

Smith Cho ... Chloe

Lauren London ... Kelly

Elaine Kao ... Maxie

Marlon Young ... Rufus

Michael Lerner ... Joe Roberts

Michael Hitchcock ... Paul Schneider

Paul Galliano ... Paul Schneider's Assistant (as Paul Gagliano)

Mary Van Luven ... Receptionist

Baron Jay ... Driver

Lenny Jacobson ... Rub & Tug Customer #2

Robin Arcuri ... Herself (uncredited)

Lon Haber ... Cantor (uncredited)
Debbi Larkins ... Model (uncredited)

Laura Lyman ... Hotel / Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Ella Milenova ... Anna (uncredited)

Natasha Nov ... Director's Assistant (uncredited)

David Pearl ... Hotel / Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 19: The Prince's Bride

20 May 2007
Vince, Eric and Ari finally try to get "Medellin" off the ground. They meet with Yair and Nika Marx to get them to produce it. Problems evolve when Nika seems to be a little bit more interested in Vince than she should. Drama gets an offer from Brett Ratner to star in Rush Hour 3 (2007) and tells everyone about it, but when he meets with Ratner, it is revealed that Ratner made a mistake. Turtle meets with a girl whom he wants to spend the day with, but her father is very strict.

Season 3, Episode 20: Adios, Amigos

3 June 2007
Nick Rubinstein steps in as a producer for "Medellin". Since there is still not enough money for producing a complete motion picture, the search for a good director who knows how to keep the movie-making process cheap begins. So, Eric and Vince meet with Billy Walsh, who started to work as a porn movie director under the alias Wally Balls, to convince him to direct "Medellin". To have this meeting with Billy, Eric had to cancel a date for lunch with Sloan, with whom he had just moved in. After Eric has moved in with Sloan, Turtle and Drama search for a new apartment, but their budget is quite small.

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Debi Mazar ... Shauna

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Rex Lee ... Lloyd

Emmanuelle Chriqui ... Sloan

Rhys Coiro ... Billy Walsh

Brian Palermo ... Real Estate Agent

Anne De Salvo ... Landlady #1 (as Anne DeSalvo)

Colleen Camp ... Landlady #2

Adam Goldberg ... Nick Rubenstein
Ailsa Marshall ... Nicky's Girlfriend
Roxy Jezel ... Porn Actress #1

Monique Alexander ... Herself
Marcus London ... Porn Actor
Marie Antoinette ... Herself (uncredited)

Robin Arcuri ... Herself (uncredited)

Nicole Montano ... Shauna's Nanny (uncredited)
Brent Tyler ... Hotel Patron (uncredited)

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Welcome to the Jungle

17 June 2007
While filming Medellin on location in Colombia, a documentary crew captures the behind-the-scenes action. Caught on film is tension between Billy and Eric, the pursuit of a beautiful actress and Drama's attempt to land a part in the film

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Perrey Reeves ... Mrs. Ari (credit only)

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Rhys Coiro ... Billy Walsh

Sofía Vergara ... Village Girl

Stephen Gaghan ... Stephen Gaghan

Adam Goldberg ... Nick Rubenstein

Sven Holmberg ... Sven

Michael Cornacchia ... Make-Up Artist

Lucki Wheating ... Casting Director (as Lucki Weating)
Juan Ramirez ... Foreman

Jordi Caballero ... Police Chief

Omar Leyva ... A.D.
Gustavo Flores ... Clapper Juan
Armando Cosio ... Grip
Diego Villarreal Garcia ... Set Decorator

Tony Revolori ... Son (as Tony Quinonez)

Arturo Castro ... Columbian Henchman (uncredited)
Kristin Crandall ... Urth Cafe Patron (uncredited)

Cynthia Harmon ... Bikini Model (uncredited)

Chris Krauser ... Chris Krauser (uncredited)
Armando Pulido ... Clacker Guy (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 2: The First Cut Is the Deepest

24 June 2007
Vince and the gang return from their Italian vacation. Billy is avoiding showing Eric and Vince the first cut of the movie. Drama volunteers his new condo for a welcome back party for Vince.

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Perrey Reeves ... Mrs. Ari

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Rex Lee ... Lloyd

Rhys Coiro ... Billy Walsh

Dan Castellaneta ... Andrew Preston

Bruce Nozick ... Dr. Jeffrey Reich

Cassidy Lehrman ... Sarah Gold

Stacey Travis ... Secretary (as Stacy Travis)

Anthony Michael Hall ... Himself

Paul Herman ... Marvin

Michelle Lombardo ... Catherine

Sirena Irwin ... Frida
Annie Bravo ... Teacher (as Annie Weirich)

Camila Greenberg ... Sorority girl (as Camila Green)
Christina Cuenca ... Costco Girl

Shamron Moore ... Stripper

Christina DeRosa ... Party Flasher (as Christina De Rosa)
Brit Tranckino ... Model

Arturo Castro ... Columbian Henchman (uncredited)
Fred Fein ... Agent (uncredited)

Lu Johnson ... MGA Agent (uncredited)
Kalina Justice ... Studio Executive (uncredited)

Alex Wexo ... CIA Man (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 3: Malibooty

1 July 2007
While Eric is trying to figure out how to fix Medellin, Billy submits it to Cannes, a move that will make it difficult for Vince to find work if it is rejected. Drama has a date with a woman he has desired for years, and brings Turtle along for her friend, who turns out to be an older woman. While he reluctantly agrees to continue on with the date, it's Drama who ends up with her. Vince finds himself at Dennis Hopper's house where he bets on a soccer match, with money he doesn't have.

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Perrey Reeves ... Mrs. Ari (credit only)

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Rex Lee ... Lloyd

Rhys Coiro ... Billy Walsh

Lisa Rinna ... Donna Devaney

Colleen Camp ... Marjorie

Mini Anden ... Samantha

Sal Lopez

Jeff Doucette ... Jeff Doucette

Max Gail ... Max Gail

Mickey Jones ... Mickey Jones

Chuck Zito ... Chuck Zito

Maury Chaykin ... Harvey Weingard

Dennis Hopper ... Dennis Hopper

Paul Herman ... Marvin

Diana Gettinger ... Carol
Gustavo Flores ... Clapper Juan
Olivia Hardt ... Hot Girl

Kristen Best ... Receptionist

Portis Hershey ... Portis Hershey (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 4: Sorry, Harvey

8 July 2007
Eric has to tell Harvey that he doesn't own Medellin and won't be going to Cannes. Drama must take the Beverly Hills mayor out on the town so he can be annexed into that area.

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Perrey Reeves ... Mrs. Ari

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Rex Lee ... Lloyd

Stephen Tobolowsky ... Mayor of Beverly Hills

Connie Ray ... Oxnard Wife

Heidi Marnhout ... Joyce

Gregory Vahanian ... Valet Manager

M. Night Shyamalan ... Himself

Maury Chaykin ... Harvey Weingard

Natasha Alam ... Anika
Doc ... Bouncer
Daniel Lindsay ... Waiter (as Dan Lindsay)

John Sloman ... Oxnard Husband
Caryn Ward ... Hostess
Sole Alberti ... Winston's Girl
Mogi Shoichi ... Shaver
Alberto Majano ... Valet

Amy Aitken ... Hot Girl in Winstons

Libby Clearfield ... Girl at Bar (uncredited)
Olivia Hardt ... Hot Girl (uncredited)
Kalina Justice ... Studio Executive (uncredited)

Lauren Lake ... Morton's Hostess (uncredited)

Aubrie Lemon ... Bangin Hot Girl (uncredited)
Danella Lucioni ... Fashion Model (uncredited)
Gregory Silva ... Police Officer (uncredited)
Joseph Sun ... Club Guest (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 5: The Dream Team

15 July 2007
When Billy accuses Eric of leaking the Medellin trailer on YouTube, their already strained relationship goes from bad to worse. Meanwhile, Ari lines up Vince's next dream project, and Drama will go to any lengths to buy a hat.

Season 4, Episode 6: The WeHo Ho

22 July 2007
Ari must convince Lloyd to come back to work after Lloyd has a nasty breakup with Tom, Turtle's shady cousin makes them an offer they cant refuse.

Season 4, Episode 7: The Day Fuckers

29 July 2007
Capitalizing on a romance-related bet with E and Vince on who can score with the ladies first, Drama takes Turtle under his wing to the one place where love knows no boundaries: Craigslist.

Season 4, Episode 8: Gary's Desk

5 August 2007
While E gets a new office and tries to announce his position as Vince's manager, Vince and Turtle fight with Gary Busey over an antique desk with a rich Hollywood history.

Season 4, Episode 9: The Young and the Stoned

12 August 2007
Eric gets into a car accident with Anna Faris. After she gave him his number so he could call her for her insurance, he tries to contact her, but finds out she gave him a wrong number. So, he decides to go to her house to talk to her. When they meet, they get along well and Eric actually drives Anna to a meeting for a movie. Meanwhile, Turtle is desperate because the boys ran out of weed, and while getting new drugs, Turtle, accompanied by some girls, gets stopped by the police. Ari has an argument with Mrs. Ari, because she wants to return to her old TV-show "The Young and the Restless" (1973) for a guest-spot, but Ari is totally against it. Especially, after he finds out that his wife is about to kiss another guy.

Season 4, Episode 10: Snow Job

19 August 2007
While Vince is determining whether or not he wants to do Billy Walsh's next project as a personal favor, E takes on Anna Faris as a new client.

Season 4, Episode 11: No Cannes Do

26 August 2007
Vince and co. are headed to Cannes for the premiere of the Medellin, but it's complicated when LAX is shut down due to a terror alert scare.

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Perrey Reeves ... Mrs. Ari

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Rex Lee ... Lloyd

Rhys Coiro ... Billy Walsh

Brandon Quinn ... Tom

Tom Virtue ... Pilot

Holly Wortell ... Airline Worker

Sydney Pollack ... Sydney Pollack

Kanye West ... Kanye West

Anna Faris ... Anna Faris
Lisa Breckenridge ... Reporter
Kaytie Nedberg ... Marquis Jet Woman #1

Naleah Dey ... Marquis Jet Woman #2
Kathy Gardiner ... Marquis Jet Woman #3

Ben Wise ... Middle Eastern Man

Sam Nazarian ... Sam Nazarian

Melyssa Ford ... Flight Attendant
Don Crawley Jr. ... Kanye's Boy

Jim Saviano ... Jimmy

Manny Marianakis ... Maybach Salesman

Yara Shahidi ... Kandace West
Gina Gianni ... Cafe Patron (uncredited)

Hash Patel ... Yair's Bodyguard (uncredited)

Katherine VanderLinden ... Cafe Patron (uncredited)

Steven Vulin ... Limo Driver (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 12: The Cannes Kids

2 September 2007
The boys are in Cannes trying to seal the deal on Meddellin with big studio before the screening, while Yair Marx tries to buy them out with loads of cash. Meanwhile Jhonny Drama finds his "true love".

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Perrey Reeves ... Mrs. Ari (credit only)

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Rex Lee ... Lloyd

Rhys Coiro ... Billy Walsh

Constance Zimmer ... Dana Gordon

Assaf Cohen ... Yair Marx

Brandon Quinn ... Tom

Julia Levy-Boeken ... Jacqueline

William Abadie ... Hotel Manager

Philippe Bergeron ... Press Moderator

Maury Chaykin ... Harvey Weingard

Adam Goldberg ... Nick Rubenstein
Kristen Walker ... Jenn

Amber Hay ... Brynn
Penelope Fortier ... Desk Clerk

Nicolas Pajon ... Bellman #1
Laurent Alexandre ... Bellman #2
Christophe Piozza ... Greeter
Eric Fardeau ... Frenchy
Rossie Cottrell ... Cecilia gold bikini

Andrew Craghan ... The DJ

Annet Mahendru ... French Girlfriend

Melanie Nolen ... Cannes Guest

Aneliese Roettger ... American Bikini Model
Korken Alexander ... Member of the Media (uncredited)

Taylor Brooks ... Danny Pollack (uncredited)
Abraham Chaidez ... Pablo Escobar Father (uncredited)

Michelle Cimmino ... Genevieve (uncredited)

Sonny Dominguez ... Cannes Movie Guest (uncredited)

Andrea Kelley ... Actress (uncredited)
David Ott ... French Reporter (uncredited)

John Robert ... Producer - at Cannes (uncredited)

Evan Shields ... Cannes Guest (uncredited)
Arne Starr ... Concierge (uncredited)

Isabel Wagner ... Media (uncredited)
Rob Watt ... Filmmaker (uncredited)

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Fantasy Island

7 September 2008
After "Medellin" bombs at Cannes, Vince hides out in Mexico. Drama's star status rubs some people the wrong way at a photo shoot.

Season 5, Episode 2: Unlike a Virgin

14 September 2008
Eric tries to make a deal for 2 new clients. Drama does whatever it takes to keep his relationship with Jacqueline. An old flame returns to Vince.

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Perrey Reeves ... Mrs. Ari (credit only)

Rex Lee ... Lloyd

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Leighton Meester ... Justine Chapin

Julia Levy-Boeken ... Jacqueline

Caroline D'Amore ... Brooke

Veronica Taylor ... Michella

Mark Wahlberg ... Mark Wahlberg

Giovanni Ribisi ... Nick

Lukas Haas ... L.B.

Carla Gugino ... Amanda Daniels

Tony Bennett ... Tony Bennett
Ally Musika ... Lily
Melanie Burchby ... Amanda's Assistant

Summer Altice ... Hot Girl
Adam Hutson ... Thirtysomething Guy

John Bailey ... Golf Pro (uncredited)

Eric Colton ... Justine's Guy (uncredited)
Matthew Corbett Davis ... Urth Cafe Customer (uncredited)

Ashley Green Elizabeth ... Drama's Girl (uncredited)

Jennifer Field ... Urth Cafe Patron (uncredited)

Maite Garcia ... Fire Dancer (uncredited)

Cynthia Harmon ... Bikini Model (uncredited)

Turk Matthews ... Cell Phone Agent (uncredited)

Keith Middlebrook ... Studio Executive (uncredited)
Yuan Nielsen ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Benjamin Steeples ... MGA Mailroom Clerk (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 3: The All Out Fall Out

21 September 2008
A cash-strapped Vince searches high and low for any type of paying job. Ari and Adam Davies battle it out.

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Perrey Reeves ... Mrs. Ari

Rex Lee ... Lloyd

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Jordan Belfi ... Adam Davies

Paul Herman ... Marvin
Kate Albrecht ... Christy

Cassidy Lehrman ... Sarah Gold

Ashley Rickards ... Candace Levine

Troy Gentile ... Mitchell Levine

Fran Drescher ... Mrs. Levine

Kevin Pollak ... Mr. Bob Levine

T.I. ... T.I.

Carla Gugino ... Amanda Daniels

Debi Mazar ... Shauna
Lucas Ellin ... Jonah Gold
Marlon John ... Officer Nickerson
Andy Anderson ... Officer Morgan

Toshi Toda ... JoJo

Molly Fix ... Receptionist
Jason Geter ... T.I.'s Friend
Candace Pittman ... Stripper

Keith Middlebrook ... Studio Executive

Emma Chandler ... Sweet 16 Party Guest (uncredited)

Maite Garcia ... Fire Dancer (uncredited)
Arlo Hemphill ... Arlo Hemphill (uncredited)

Charlie London ... Party goer at pool - The All Out Fall Out - 2008 (uncredited)
Stefan Mavi ... Stefan Mavi (uncredited)

Alan Mueting ... Parent (uncredited)

Nicole Pulliam ... Flight Attendant (uncredited)

Benjamin Steeples ... MGA Mailroom Clerk (uncredited)
Tom Townsend ... Tim (uncredited)

Kaitlyn Wylde ... Actress (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 4: Fire Sale

28 September 2008
Eric, Vince, and Ari go all out to sell their new movie. Drama has another memorable turn on a talk show.

Season 5, Episode 5: Tree Trippers

5 October 2008
Facing a big decision about Vince's career, the boys head out of town to contemplate their next move. Lloyd must back Ari at a crucial time.

Season 5, Episode 6: Redomption

12 October 2008
Vince's old friend, Dom, calls him for help. Turtle is reduced to being Drama's assistant. Ari squares off against Alan Gray over Vince's career.

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Perrey Reeves ... Mrs. Ari (credit only)

Rex Lee ... Lloyd (credit only)

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Paul Ben-Victor ... Alan Gray
Domenick Lombardozzi ... Dom

Shad Moss ... Charlie Williams (as Shad Moss aka Bow Wow)

Michael Monks ... Five Towns director

Janet Varney ... Amy Miller

Martha Millan ... Sylvi

Branden Williams ... Branden Williams

Jimmy Shubert ... Jail Guard
Phil Mickelson ... Phil Mickelson

Martin Landau ... Bob Ryan

Megan Paul ... Branden's Assistant

Mickey Maxwell ... Cop

Jeff Tschida ... Casey
Yesenia Adame ... Five Towns Extra

Andre Alexsen ... Lead Attorney
Laura Beth Coakley ... Agent

Erik Casano ... Five towns crew member (uncredited)

Calvin Dean ... Father Oleary (uncredited)
Martin Mathieu ... Five Towns Producer (uncredited)

Kovar McClure ... Golf Guy (uncredited)

Keith Middlebrook ... Inmate (uncredited)

Nick Noland ... Golfer (uncredited)
Tom Townsend ... Tim (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 7: Gotta Look Up to Get Down

19 October 2008
Vince meets a hot supermodel during a photo shoot. Ari wheels and deals while at a funeral.

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Perrey Reeves ... Mrs. Ari

Rex Lee ... Lloyd

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Paul Ben-Victor ... Alan Gray

Hayes MacArthur ... Levinson

Will Greenberg ... Sussman
Kate Albrecht ... Christy

Maria Zyrianova ... Raina

Daniella Van Graas ... Natasha Ladianova

Ella Thomas ... Viveca

Beverly D'Angelo ... Barbara Miller

Jeffrey Tambor ... Jeffrey Tambor

Constance Zimmer ... Dana Gordon

Alan Dale ... John Ellis

Jason Isaacs ... Fredrick 'Freddy' Lyme

Debi Mazar ... Shauna

Kathy Christopherson ... Kate Ellis
Stefanie Wood ... Helena

Whitney Port ... Girl

Morgan Hewitt ... Model #1
Heather Hahn ... Model #2
Dan Waren ... My Gym Dad

Jonathan Baker ... Himself

Edy Ganem ... ShowRoom attendee (as Edurne Ganem)
Katie Boskovich ... Dolce and Gabbana Model (uncredited)
Arlo Hemphill ... Arlo Hemphill (uncredited)

Anne Bergstedt Jordanova ... Perfect 10 Model (uncredited)

Dufflyn Lammers ... Alan Gray's Wife (uncredited)

Vera Meat ... Model (uncredited)

Keith Middlebrook ... Studio Executive (uncredited)

Benjamin Steeples ... MGA Mailroom Clerk (uncredited)
Michael A. Templeton ... Funeral Mourner (uncredited)
Tom Townsend ... Tim (uncredited)

Dan Warner ... Dad (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 8: First Class Jerk

26 October 2008
Vince has to go behind Ari's back to meet with a director. Turtle meets Jamie-Lynn Sigler.

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Perrey Reeves ... Mrs. Ari (credit only)

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Rex Lee ... Lloyd

Joshua LeBar ... Josh Weinstein

Beverly D'Angelo ... Barbara Miller

Jamie-Lynn Sigler ... Jamie-Lynn Sigler

Constance Zimmer ... Dana Gordon

Alan Dale ... John Ellis

Frank Darabont ... Frank Darabont

Carla Gugino ... Amanda Daniels

Damani Roberts ... Kid
Brian Sher ... Bradley

Ben Hogestyn ... Waiter

Kelvin Han Yee ... Taxi Driver

Blake Robbins ... Guy on Plane

Nicole Pulliam ... Flight Attendant

Windy Duncan ... Model

Marisa Saks ... Sloan's Party Coordinator

Kristen DeLuca ... Receptionist (unconfirmed) (uncredited)

Edy Ganem ... Customer Girl (uncredited)

Ana Lopes ... (uncredited)

Karina Michel ... Flight Attendant #2 (unconfirmed) (uncredited)

Benjamin Steeples ... MGA Mailroom Clerk (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 9: Pie

2 November 2008
Vince has problems on the set of "Smokejumpers." Ari meets up with a former colleague.

Season 5, Episode 10: Seth Green Day

9 November 2008
Vince is having problems with the director of "Smokejumpers." Eric finds out Seth Green could be the star of Charlie's pilot.

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Perrey Reeves ... Mrs. Ari (credit only)

Rex Lee ... Lloyd

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Brian Van Holt ... Malone

Shad Moss ... Charlie Williams (as Shad Moss aka Bow Wow)

Janet Varney ... Amy Miller

Cassidy Lehrman ... Sarah Gold

Christopher Goodman ... Assistant Director

James Harvey Ward ... Smoke Jumper #1

Mac Brandt ... Smoke Jumper #2

Beverly D'Angelo ... Barbara Miller

Emmanuelle Chriqui ... Sloan

Seth Green ... Seth Green

Stellan Skarsgård ... Verner Vollstedt

Gary Cole ... Andrew Klein

Jessica Chaffin ... Barbara's Assistant

Timothy Dvorak ... Assistant Director
Lucas Ellin ... Jonah Gold

Elizabeth Tobias ... Woman
Darold Cuba ... Smoke Jumper #2

Gia Bay ... Pamela (uncredited)

Erica Ferlito ... Makeup Girl (uncredited)

Elise Ivy ... Amy Miller Assistant (uncredited)

Jenaveve Jolie ... Woman in Bed (uncredited)

David J Law ... Smoke Jumper (uncredited)
Lucas Mroczkowski ... Smoke Jumper (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 11: Play'n with Fire

16 November 2008
Vince and Werner disagree on a crucial scene in "Smoke Jumpers." Turtle arranges a secret rendezvous.

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Perrey Reeves ... Mrs. Ari (credit only)

Rex Lee ... Lloyd

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Joy Bryant ... Joy Bryant

Christopher Goodman ... Assistant Director

Jamie-Lynn Sigler ... Jamie-Lynn Sigler

Constance Zimmer ... Dana Gordon

Alan Dale ... John Ellis

Peter Berg ... Himself

Stellan Skarsgård ... Verner Vollstedt

Gary Cole ... Andrew Klein

Timothy Dvorak ... Assistant Director

Kayla Ewell ... Amy

Frank Maharajh ... Agent Raj

Mark Haapala ... Clapper

Amy Rosoff ... Receptionist
Lauren Rose Lewis ... Flight Attendant #1 (as Lauren Lewis Rose)

Holly Bonelli ... Flight Attendant #2

Nellie Sciutto ... Lisa
Kim Prampin ... Waitress
Darold Cuba ... Smoke Jumper #2
Kim Lee ... Flight Attendant #3

Shawn McDonald ... Agent

Erica Ferlito ... Makeup Girl (uncredited)

David J Law ... Smoke Jumper (uncredited)

David Pearl ... Director of Photography (uncredited)

Benjamin Steeples ... MGA Mailroom Clerk (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 12: Return to Queens Blvd

23 November 2008
The boys return to New York, where Eric meets with Gus Van Sant and Drama looks to invest some of his new fortune. Vince runs into an old girlfriend.

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Perrey Reeves ... Mrs. Ari (credit only)

Rex Lee ... Lloyd

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Louis Lombardi ... Ronnie
Camille Saviola ... Turtle's Mom

Shad Moss ... Charlie Williams (as Shad Moss aka Bow Wow)

Mercedes Masöhn ... Kara

Jordan Feldman ... Shawn
Beverly Sanders ... Eric's Receptionist

Jamie-Lynn Sigler ... Jamie-Lynn Sigler

Gus Van Sant ... Gus Van Sant

Martin Scorsese ... Martin Scorsese

Mercedes Ruehl ... Rita Chase
Marilyn Dobrin ... Aunt Darcy

David Brown ... Uncle Ray

Tom Cappadona ... Uncle Nick

Katie Savoy ... NY Laywer
Charles Santy ... Taxi Driver

Angelo Vacco ... Angelo

David Boston ... Bar Patron on Street in Front of Bar (uncredited)
Sam Crystal ... Bar Patron (uncredited)
Donato DeMarinis ... Backyard Guest (uncredited)
Dana Jamison ... Girl in Bar Scene (uncredited)

Keith Middlebrook ... Partier (uncredited)

Michael Phelps ... Michael Phelps (uncredited)

Vincent Riviezzo ... Vince's Cousin (uncredited)

Benjamin Steeples ... MGA Mailroom Clerk (uncredited)

Russell Woron-Simons ... Hoopster (uncredited)

Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: Drive

12 July 2009
Vince has to get his license while promoting his new movie. Lloyd demands a promotion. Eric considers buying his own house.

Season 6, Episode 2: Amongst Friends

19 July 2009
Eric has a "non-date" with Sloan at Vince's movie premiere. Turtle's relationship with Jamie-Lynn Sigler goes public.

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Perrey Reeves ... Mrs. Ari

Rex Lee ... Lloyd Lee

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Gary Cole ... Andrew Klein

Emmanuelle Chriqui ... Sloan

Alexis Dziena ... Ashley

Jami Gertz ... Marlo Klein

Autumn Reeser ... Lizzie Grant

Azita Ghanizada ... Kelly

Gal Gadot ... Lisa

Jamie-Lynn Sigler ... Jamie-Lynn Sigler

Ben Lyons ... Interviewer

Andrew Levitas ... Gregg

Chris Snyder ... Showrunner #1

Dave Anthony ... Showrunner #2

Rico E. Anderson ... Reporter

James Elliott ... Cameraman

Brad Graiff ... Suit #1

John Bozeman ... Suit #2
Benjamin Centoducati ... Benjamin Centoducati
Kerry Wee ... Dancer #1
Jamie Shea ... Dancer #2
Ashley Godby ... Dancer #3

Micki Duran ... Dancer #4
Isabella Grosso ... Dancer #5
Kelsey Bourg ... Dancer #6
Ace Harper ... Dancer #7
Carolina Cerisola ... Dancer #8

Aneliese Roettger ... Beverly Hills Pedestrian

Sean Michael Arthur ... Hollywood Executive (uncredited)
Rishi Chitkara ... Photographer (uncredited)

Nadia Dawn ... Model (uncredited)

David J Law ... Miller Gold Agent (uncredited)

Dave Matos ... Reporter (uncredited)

Keith Middlebrook ... Studio Executive (uncredited)
Jera Sky ... Gatsby (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 3: One Car, Two Car, Red Car, Blue Car

26 July 2009
Turtle considers a new career path and enlists Ari's help. Charlie's new TV show may spell problems for Eric.

Season 6, Episode 4: Running on E

2 August 2009
Lloyd is sent to spy on Andrew Klein. Drama must prepare for a romantic scene on his show. Turtle gets a new wardrobe, courtesy of Jamie-Lynn, and Vince keeps himself occupied between projects.

Season 6, Episode 5: Fore

9 August 2009
Vince and Drama take on Tom Brady and Mark Wahlberg at a charity golf event. E gets an unexpected job offer. Ari is in trouble with Mrs. Ari.

Season 6, Episode 6: Murphy's Lie

16 August 2009
Drama warns Jamie-Lynn about a sleazy network executive. E must clear the air with Ashley. Ari has problems at work with Marlo Klein.

Season 6, Episode 7: No More Drama

23 August 2009
The house has a break-in. Drama must make amends with a studio executive, and E goes up against a co-worker at his new job.

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Perrey Reeves ... Mrs. Ari (credit only)

Rex Lee ... Lloyd Lee

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Scott Caan ... Scott Lavin

Kate Mara ... Brittany

Fatso-Fasano ... Lawrence Hall
Niki Huey

Jamie-Lynn Sigler ... Jamie-Lynn Sigler

Bob Saget ... Bob Saget

George Segal ... Murray Berenson

Natasha Hall ... Natasha

Candice Patton ... Dan Coakley's Assistant

Rome Shadanloo ... Murray's Assistant

Vince Corazza ... Manager #1

David O'Donnell ... Manager #2
Mitch Levene ... Mailroom Kid

Stephen Ramsey ... Gun Salesman

Teddy Lane Jr. ... Cop #1
Matthew Lenhart ... Cop #2
JR Garcia ... Tommy

Matt Letscher ... Dan Coakley

Julisita Salcedo ... Sexy Girl

Katarina Van Derham ... Bob Saget's Girlfriend

Josh Cowdery ... Talent Manager (uncredited)

David J Law ... Miller Gold Agent (uncredited)

Marilyn Monrovia ... Miller / Gold Sr. Casting Assoc. (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 8: The Sorkin Notes

30 August 2009
Eric rethinks his status with both Sloan and Ashley. Ari must perform damage control due to Andrew Klein's meltdown. The boys beef up security at the house.

Season 6, Episode 9: Security Briefs

13 September 2009
The boys worry about security at the house. Adam Davies' revenge for Ari stealing Zac Efron as a client involves Lloyd. Drama turns into a private eye to find Vince's new stalker. Ashley demands a more honest relationship with Eric.

Season 6, Episode 10: Berried Alive

20 September 2009
Conflict erupts between Ari and Lloyd when Drama wants to leave "Five Towns" for a role in the new "Melrose Place" series. Turtle's relationship with Jamie-Lynn Sigler is complicated by a tryst with a co-ed.

Season 6, Episode 11: Scared Straight

27 September 2009
Suspicions arise when Terence wants to sell Ari his share of Ari's old agency. Drama goes on an audition for the new "Melrose Place." Eric goes to the doctor after receiving some disturbing news.

Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy

Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase

Kevin Dillon ... Johnny Chase

Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle

Amber Lancaster ... Tara

Perrey Reeves ... Mrs. Ari (credit only)

Rex Lee ... Lloyd Lee

Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold

Gary Cole ... Andrew Klein

Scott Caan ... Scott Lavin

Kate Mara ... Brittany
Ron Marasco ... Doctor

Peter Siragusa ... Doctor

Barrett Foa ... Matt Wolpert
Erica Taylor ... Nurse

Beverly D'Angelo ... Barbara Miller

Jamie-Lynn Sigler ... Jamie-Lynn Sigler

Melinda Clarke ... Melinda Clarke

David Faustino ... Himself

Dean Cain ... Himself

William Fichtner ... Phil Yagoda

Jordan Belfi ... Adam Davies

Skoti Collins ... Audition Camerman

Preston Davis ... Jeff

Doug Ellin ... Director

Jonathan Keltz ... Jake Steinberg

Malcolm McDowell ... Terrance McQuewick

Keith Middlebrook ... Studio Executive

Angie Rutan ... Studio Girl
Parker Snow ... Sorority girl
Greg Brest ... Valet (uncredited)
Kalen Brest ... Murphy's Receptionist (uncredited)

Rebecca Da Costa ... Beautiful Girl / Night Club (uncredited)
Rick L. Dean ... Airport Traveler (uncredited)

David J Law ... Miller Gold Agent (uncredited)

Jennah Lintz ... Nurse #2 (uncredited)

Kristina Rodrigues ... Villa Cage Dancer (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 12: Give a Little Bit

4 October 2009
Vince prepares to film in Italy. Eric's luncheon date with Sloan doesn't go as planned. Drama considers leaving the business, and Turtle tries to win back Jamie-Lynn Sigler. Ari and his wife debate on whether or not to buy his old company.