Turtle lost the Maserati Vince gave him, worth $100,000- it was reported stolen and is found; the thief left in it a reggae demo CD; Johnny Drama just wants the police informed in order to catch him, Vince is simply cool relaxed, Turtle suggests one song by the unknown artist 'Saigon' would by ideal to use in Vince's movie-in-production Queens Boulevard; Vince agrees but tells him to suggest that idea himself, he doesn't want the hassle of facing the picky man in charge, so Turtle and Johnny go looking for Saigon. Ari phones E, worried sick Vince missed an appointment, quite unlike him, for his physical without which the insurance won't allow him to start shooting the next day. Vince reassures the boys, but E is called away stat to a meeting with Ari and all Mandy's people, lead by Babs, a rival of Ari, where Vince's behavior is branded as a bad influence on Mandy. Ari tells him in confidence Cameron said Vince is replaceable, but E passes that on to Vince, who had a miserable day ... Written by
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In the scene when Eric meets with Mandy Moore's people, Barbara Miller tells Eric that Mandy hasn't missed a meeting in 15 years. Her publicist, Stan, say's that Mandy was "only late once, but that was during the riots". Mandy Moore would have been six years old fifteen years prior and she would've been eight years old during the L.A. riots of 1992, as well as been living in Orlando, Fl. at both times. See more
I've never been like this in my life, guys. And the truth of the matter is, I don't even give a fuck about the movie anymore. I could live with Mandy in a one-bedroom in Chatsworth and I'd be happy.
References Good Morning, Vietnam