That’s a wrap, folks. The eighth and final season of Entourage concluded on Sunday night and the boys were all left with happily ever after endings…unless they end up doing a movie, but I’d rather leave things here, wouldn’t you?
When the episode started, we saw Vince just getting back from a 24-hour long date with Sophia. Since we didn’t actually get to see them together, you’ll just have to take Vince’s word for it and know it was amazing.
See that face? That’s the face of a guy who’s in love.
See these faces? These are the faces of men who just found out their best friend is marrying a woman he’s only know for a few hours.
Yeah. Their clothes might say “casual Saturday morning brunch”, but their faces say “WTF?”
You know who wasn’t glowing with the warmth of new love? Ari. He looked like a hobo who scored a nice suit at the Goodwill. (And yet, unshaven and disheveled, Ari still managed to look better than E did all season.)
Oh hi, Babs. Nice necklace.
Then, just to make things worse, Mrs. Ari showed up. In this.
What is going on here? Did Bobby Flay lose control of his cleaver and accidentally slice your dress open? Did the store not sell it in your size and it ripped open? What is going on?
Meanwhile, E decided to pack up and move to New York to be with Sloan and the baby. I’d forgive the ratty Yankees T-shirt since he’s just there to collect his belongings, but this is how E dressed all season. Vince looks nice though.
The boys must have realized that E was miserable without Sloan (I mean, it was obvious – why else would he continue to dress like a bum?) so Turtle and Drama paid her a visit. I guess now that Sloan is preggers, she’s dressing like a hippie. Enjoy the cute high-waisted jeans and breezy crop-top while you can, missy.
So Vince is getting married, and that means a big shiny ring. Better get the Rachel Zoe seal of approval on it! Because if I were going to take fashion advice from someone, it would be the woman who had The Littlest Hobo turned into a jacket.
Yeah, that measly 5.4 carat rock isn’t going to cut it. Ms. Zoe saw a bigger, sparklier, more expensive one in the window.
“It’s not about the money, she’s wearing this forever. I mean, hopefully.” These were Rachel Zoe’s words of advice to Vince after recommending he purchase a $1.4 million ring. Come on, Rach – this is Entourage, no one ever thinks about money! (What season was it where Vince went broke and had to sing at a sweet sixteen birthday party? Did he recover from that? Who can keep track?)
In the middle of ring shopping, Vince took a call from Sloan’s daddy. Classic goofy Vince, trying to make things better and only making them worse – Sloan hadn’t ‘fessed up about having a bun in the oven yet. Whoopsies! But wouldn’t any father feel better getting that news from Aquaman?
He looks pretty pissed, so I guess not. But nice shirt and tie! You know, in an old white man kind of way. Too bad Terrence’s sense of style didn’t rub off on E a little before they parted ways.
Speaking of fashion sense rubbing off, look at Sarah Gold in this cute purple dress.
She must have inherited her daddy’s good taste in clothes, because…well, do I need to remind you of how Mrs. Ari has been dressing lately?
Big news! Ari quit his job. It was a big exit too, with very dramatic teen opera music blasting. Lloyd looks shocked.
Oh Lloyd, I’ll miss you most of all. That shirt/tie combination is to die for.
After breaking Sloan’s baby (and even worse, baby daddy) news to Papa Sloan, Vince had to pay her a visit and make things right. Thank God his speeches are more effective than his wardrobe, because nothing’s more wrong than that T-shirt.
Sloan gets a pass this round since she’s wearing a bathrobe.
The big moment of the finale came when Ari showed up and pleaded for his wife to take him back. Thankfully, he managed to shave for the occasion. Unfortunately, Mrs. Ari was still in that dress.
I mean, come on! It’s like the white swan was attacked by the black swan. Oh well. They got back together, so I guess I should cut her a break.
Oh sorry, did you think the “awwww” was for the Mr. & Mrs. Ari reunion? Hell no! I got choked up when Lloyd showed up and Ari told him it was his time to shine.
Oh. My. God. There’s a cutout in the back of Mrs. Ari’s dress, too. Is it too late to still keep my fingers crossed for Ari and Dana Gordon?
OK, time for the boys to jet off to Paris for Vince’s totally plausible impromptu wedding.
Drama, you are going to the fashion capital of the world, not a Jimmy Buffett concert. What the heck are you wearing? At least E dressed up for the occasion, sort of. I mean, he looks better than a typical day at the office.
Speaking of the office, how awkward was Scott’s visit?
He said he didn’t want to go to Vince’s wedding because it seemed like a family thing, but we all know he was just feeling embarrassed about his hair. You can’t go to Paris looking like a blond Danny Zuko.
But guess who is coming to the wedding? Mr. & Mrs. Ari!
Thank God that awful dress was white, so she couldn’t wear it to the wedding. This is much more appropriate. Ari looks lovely too.
What a good looking group! Or it would be, if I’d cropped the photo to eliminate Scott. And Drama. And if you squint your eyes so that you can’t tell that E forgot to shave, and therefore looks a bit like a homeless leprechaun. OK, maybe just leave in Ari, Mrs. Ari, and Vince’s soon-to-be wife. I mean, she looks gorgeous.
Speaking of gorgeous, cue an appearance from Sloan!
After all, this wouldn’t be Entourage if everything wasn’t wrapped up with a tidy little bow. Of course E and Sloan had to ignore their many, many problems and get back together. Anyway. Love the orange dress, Sloansie. Hope ya never find out that E and Melinda actually did do the nasty. Possibly more than once.
If you thought that was the end, you were wrong – like they’d let Drama have the final say, right? Ari and his wife were relaxing in Italy, just like he’d promised…
Melissa is going to end up with some unfortunate tan lines, but she is smokin’ hot.
I mean, look:
But then Ari got a call from this man. Do we remember who he is? John? He looks like Terrence, but let’s face it – pretty much all old, rich, white men look the same.
Anyway, he offered Ari his job – which I thought was being CEO of a studio, but he also mentioned something about being God. Or having as much money as God? Who knows.
Looks like Ari has a decision to make. Shall we stay tuned for this rumored movie?