Episode Synopsis: In the aftermath of witnessing a drug-induced suicide, Vince has to take a drug test. Not a problem since he’s clean and sober after finishing rehab, right? Wrong. Vince had a few puffs of marijuana to prove he’s not an addict. Enter Billy Walsh, who saves the day with a prosthetic penis - yep, you read that right - filled with clean urine. Meanwhile, Ari took Dana out for dinner at Bobby Flay’s restaurant and pissed off Dana, Bobby Flay, and Mrs. Ari. That's the Ari Gold we know and love!
We’re halfway through the final season of Entourage and the show has finally delivered a juicy episode. Picking up where we left off, Vinnie and Turtle deal with the aftermath of Carl’s suicide. In L.A., that means cops, agents and TMZ show up.
Seriously, did all of E’s shirts burn in the fire? Was Sloan the only reason he had to dress well? You’re a businessman! Dress like one! I mean, just look – all of Vince’s people showed up at the police station:
Let’s see, we have the publicist, the agent, the lawyer and...no, that kid in the sports T-shirt can’t be his manager. Yet, sadly, it is. How will Vince's life ever get back on track if his manager looks he just came from the gym?
Bad news for Vince at the police station – since there were drugs in Carl’s home he has to take a drug test. Vince followed that bomb with more bad news for his people – he’d had some marijuana about a week ago. The boys shift into disaster-control mode and come up with crazy schemes to rid Vince’s body of any traces of drugs.
That's a face that says "You want me to do what?" I like these colors on Vince and Turtle, but I wish Turtle would cool it with the hats. You guys are from New York. I get it. But start dressing like L.A.
Only one guy could come to the rescue, and that was Billy Walsh. No one knows how to work the system like a former addict. I’m loving the old man chic look Billy has been rocking lately. Poor Vince doesn’t look very relaxed, though – his outfit is casual and cool, so I’m going to blame his anxiety on what’s underneath the clothes...an artificial penis filled with clean urine. How very Hollywood.
While Vince was dealing with his drug drama, Ari had some dating drama to address. Remember how he ended up in bed with Dana Gordon last week?
Love the pink sheets. I think Dana is a better mate for Ari than his (soon to be ex?) wife. I mean, they're both OK with checking BlackBerries in bed!
Still, Ari wasn’t ready to throw in the towel and met Wifey for a couples therapy session. Unfortunately, he met her 30 minutes late and she stormed out.
This is not my favorite Mrs. Ari look. That black piping just doesn’t look right, and it looks as though it was rather chilly in the therapist’s office. Perhaps she should have brought a cardigan or blazer. Or a better bra.
What's a man to do when his wife walks out on him? He calls up a hotter, more successful, better dressed woman and uses her to make Wifey jealous. Or at least, that’s what Ari did.
I hope we get to see more of Dana this season – she’s been bringing it in the fashion department, and I love the power suit she was rocking when Ari called to ask her for dinner.
My favorite outfit of the night, though, was what she wore for said dinner.
What a good looking couple! Too bad Bobby Flay came out in his chef’s outfit to ruin the mood. Also, too bad Dana realized she was being used and stormed out.
Yeah, I get it Dana – Ari can be a jerk. But on the bright side, that dress looks great on you!
Much better than what Mrs. Ari had on when she called to yell at him.
What’s going on with that neckline? And could someone please pass her a sandwich? Seriously, was Mrs. Ari always so skeletal? Maybe it’s the stress. Divorce is hard, you guys.
So how do a few Hollywood hotshots wrap up a crazy day of drug tests and failed revenge dates? Like we all do, by tossing fake genitals around the fire! There’s nothing more relaxing.
Thanks to that realistic looking device, Vinnie passed his drug test and is back on his way to bring a movie star. Only four more episodes left! Let’s hope we catch a glimpse of E wearing a tie before the series is through.