Eric "E" Murphy... Kevin Connoly (Season 1-) Vincent Chase... Adrian Grenier (Season 1-) Johnny "Drama" Chase... Kevin Dillon (Season 1-) Salvatore "Turtle" Assante... Jerry Ferrera (Seaon 1-) Mrs. Ari... Perry Reeves (Season 1-) Rex Lee... Llyod Lee (Season 2-) Ari Gold... Jeremy Piven (Season 1-)
Sloan McQuewick... Emmanuelle Chirqui (Season 2-) Shauna Roberts... Debi Mazar (Season 1-) Billy Walsch... Rhys Choiro (Season 1-) Terrence McQuewick... Malcolm McDowell(Season 2-) Jamie-Lynn Sigler... Herself (Season 6-) Adam Davies... Jordan Belfi (Season 1-) Barbara Miller... Deverly D'Angelo (Season 3-) Josh Weinstein... Joshua LeBar (Season 1-) Andrew Klein... Gary Cole (Season 5-) Dana Gordon... Constance Zimmer (Season 2-Season 5) Scotty Lavin... Scott Cann (Season 7-)
Emmy Nominations and Wins
Jeremy Piven - Nominated Best Supporting Actor (2005), Won Best Supporting Actor (2006. 2007, 2008)
Kevin Dillon - Nominated Best Supporting Actor (2007, 2008, 2009)
Nominted Best Comedy Series (2007, 2008, 2009)
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I don't have HBO but this show has always been one thats looked interesting to me, I picked up the Season one DVD a couple months ago and it's pretty awesome. Pretty short though, only 6 half hour episodes, but thats what you usually get with the first Season of most original shows.
I'm not exactly sure why I like it, but I do, and I can't wait for 2nd Season to come out. Jermey Piven kills it in this show, haha, he plays that character flawlessly. All the characters are acted well, make sense, and come off as realistic.
Anybody else follow this? How's season 2?
Thread Recap (last 10 posts from newest to oldest)
Oct 20, 11 at 12:36pm
FOr me season 3 was the best i think and mainly because this is the seasons where you really understand the characters and what they really mean with their actions.
Hell yeah, one of the greatest moments in the show next to Ari's confrontation with Davies or his paintball gun rampage. Love how he always has that gun mounted in his office.
Oct 15, 11 at 6:48am
I'm watching season 3 at the moment. I absolutely love this scene. Definitely one of the best in the series. Actually, you need to put both scenes together.
Sep 20, 11 at 2:03am
While I do enjoy this show, being one of the few shows I actually watch, I don't know what to think of this season. It was alright, yeah, but I don't see much definition in it.
Ari's ending, yeah, that was nice. Drama's off his own way, which I'm glad to see that he finally succeeds. The Turtle turnout was pretty cool and nice and all, but I don't get the whole turmoil between E and Sloan. It ends where it ended before, really, but I guess that means there's repair just like in Ari's case. I don't get Vince's though. There was very little development between him and this (thinks for a moment) Sofia, in my opinion. Then this spur of the moment engagement, I found it a little irritating.
I think this season only served as a symbol of recovery. Ari and E's personal relationships falling apart and rebuilding themselves, Drama's struggle with re-establishing a career as well as Turtle's pursuits, and Vince's recovery from last season's drug binge. Even so, there wasn't much conclusion. It just seemed like a Sopranos ending, without the blackout. And just like Sopranos, I still enjoyed it, but feel numbed.
Sep 13, 11 at 11:14pm
I stopped watching entourage at season six or seven when Vince crashed into that burning building. It has just got boring now tbh. The best scene was the Ari gold rampage.
Also they are all BAD at acting... except the guys who play Ari and Drama is ok.
That Adrian who playes vince is shocking I could do a better job.
Sep 12, 11 at 10:20pm
Sep 12, 11 at 5:54pm
What was anyone expecting? Pretty sure this whole season made it obvious that there wasn't going to be some epic dramatic changes in the end that were going to completely disrupt the balance of the show. Loved the transformation of Ari, and even Vince's sudden evolution was believable. Entourage went out the same way it came in, and I liked it. Glad to see plenty of room left open for the movies or an Ari spinoff.
We never did find out what happened with Terrance wanting to come and kill E. I half expected him to pop out of nowhere when E and Sloan were meeting at the airport.
Sep 12, 11 at 4:54pm
*bleep* me that was beautiful
are they actually going to make a movie for real? thought the ending was just perfect.