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 ... Written by
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In the scene when Lloyd and Ari are parked in front of Ari's house, Lloyd gives a speech saying that he went to Stanford Business School. However, in a prior episode, "Blue Balls Lagoon", Ari says that Lloyd "was an art major at Sarah Lawrence College." See more
People, we have a traitor in our midst. Let this be a lesson to all of you.
You're making a very big mistake, Terence.
That's what Arthur Jensen said in 1973. He was the first conspirator that I ever dealt with. Try finding him now, Ari. He's selling auto insurance in Reseda.
Okay, people, most of you are sitting there and you're looking at this good-looking old man and you're wondering, "Who the fuck is he?" And you know what? That's exactly what you should be doing. You all know who's been ...
For Once In My Life
Written by Ronald Miller
and Orlando Murden
Performed by Stevie Wonder
Lloyd inspires Ari, Ms. Ari takes Ari inside, Lloyd drives off See more