Entourage (2004–2011)
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Gotta Look Up to Get Down 

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

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

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Comedy | Drama

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19 October 2008 (USA)  »

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Trivia

In the background of Ari's office, Max Payne the film is playing. It stars Mark Wahlberg, an Executive Producer on the show. See more »

Quotes

Lloyd: How was the funeral, Ari?
Ari Gold: It was delightful, are you kidding? Alan hasn't looked that good in years.
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Soundtracks

Superhero
Written by Perry Farrell, David Navarro, Stephen Perkins, Robert Ezrin and Aaron Embry
Performed by Jane's Addiction
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Masterclass
8 March 2011 | by (India) – See all my reviews

The episode is more or less the same as the rest of the season, but there are some really different things :

1. Someone actually dies on screen in this one... and it is hilarious to an extent how the character dies, and what happens next

2. **SPOILER** For me, this is the most emotionally charged episode, when Ari tells Vince that he may be taking up the job of Studio Head, and thus leaving Vince without an agent. You can feel the pain in Ari's eyes, even when his face tells a completely different story. Vince is stunned for a moment, and then you can see how much he loved Ari, as he stammers for words and then later looks out of the window at Ari leaving for Geneva. And accompanying it all is the very touching soundtrack "Fake Plastic Trees" by Radiohead.

It is one of the most memorable scenes from the seasons i have seen yet... (and i have seen enough... :D)


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