Entourage: Season 3, Episode 4

Guys and Doll (2 Jul. 2006)

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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 "... See full summary »

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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 "... Written by Evie

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Bruno Kirby's final acting project. The episode aired a month before his death. See more »

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Ari Gold: Ok, well see, you know, uh, after the year that I've had and on the most important day of my life you'd think that she would you know, ask me what I wanted, a nice blowjob perhaps, where I could just sit back for the first time in nine months and do nothing but admire the top of her head and pray that this fuckin' movie opens so I can stop selling off assets like we're fucking Michael Jackson. And I have to answer the fuckin' bat phone when it rings three fuckin' times, and it's fuckin' Vince, ...
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Awesome episode, Comedic, with a great finishing twist
5 July 2006 | by (Miami, Florida) – See all my reviews

I'm an avid watcher of this show, and for a good reason: It's nothing short of astoundingly entertaining.

This episode is the big decider for his Vince's next gig after Aquaman, the number one film in America, and a total hit. When Ari presents all of the jobs to Vince that he is offered including films by Darren Aronofsky and David O Russell, the only one that he doesn't (literally) throw into a trash can is the only script that isn't present, but is hopefully going to be. Vince wanted to play Pablo Escobar, and now he has the chance, since he is given a potential offer from Phil Rubenstein, a writer and producer on Shrek.

When Vince and his crew go to Phil's house to talk about the project, and convince him to do it, Dom sways him with a jail story of his to show Vince is the perfect guy to play the role. This convinces Phil to write the script.

But after that night, Phil has gone ape, because somebody stole his Shrek doll, an original, and to him, represented his turning point in his career. All eyes have turned to the only ex-con in their lives, and in that house that night, for an answer.

To say anymore would spoil the ending, so enough said. But the ending of the episode is a magnificent twist, juiced with the harsh reality of the business. Grenier is effortlessly pitch perfect in his portrayal of Vince, as is everyone else in Vince's crew. The guy who plays Dom is effortless as well, and is a great stereotype from a Scorsese gang flick , not that that's a bad thing. All the better! I'm speechless when it comes to this show. Lean back and enjoy!


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