Entourage (Episodes Guide)

3.13 – Less Than 30 (aired on April 8, 2007)
Directed by Julian Farino | Written by Doug Ellin



Vince’s new agent wants him to do a period film; Eric and Vince agree to have lunch with Ari; Turtle plans Vince’s birthday party.


3.14 – Dog Day Afternoon (aired on April 15, 2007)
Directed by Mark Mylod | Written by Doug Ellin, Rob Weiss



Eric plans a romantic weekend alone with Sloan; Turtle and Drama find a pair of dream dates at the dog park.


3.15 – Manic Monday (aired on April 22, 2007)
Directed by Julian Farino | Written by Doug Ellin, Marc Abrams, Michael Benson



P Amanda makes Vince an offer that he cannot refuse and Babs orders Ari to fire an inept employee. As a result, Ari experiences a troubling new emotion: compassion.


3.16 – Gotcha! (aired on April 29, 2007)
Directed by Dan Attias | Written by Doug Ellin, Rob Weiss



Drama discovers that he will be the target on a new reality show; Eric tries to relieve the tension between Vince and Amanda; Ari is jealous of a former fraternity brother.


3.17 – Return of the King (aired on May 6, 2007)
Directed by Dan Attias | Written by Brian Burns



Ari must negotiate a deal between Amanda and the studio; Eric suspects that Vince and Amanda’s relationship is sabotaging the deal; Drama saves a slow horse.


5.02 – Unlike a Virgin (aired on September 14, 2008)
Directed by Mark Mylod | Written by Doug Ellin



Vince’s former flame Justine pawns him off on her friend at a party, leaving him feeling insecure about more than just his career. Elsewhere, Eric offers to represent two writers of an indie film script, Drama remains in contact with Jacqueline.


5.03 – The All Out Fall Out (aired on September 21, 2008)
Directed by Mark Mylod | Written by Rob Weiss



Vince follows Shauna and his accountant’s advice, and agrees to make an appearance at a not-so-sweet-sixteen party. After a high-octane drag race in his new Ferrari, Ari ups the ante with Andrew Davies.


5.04 – Fire Sale (aired on September 28, 2008)
Directed by Seith Mann | Written by Doug Ellin



When Ari shows an interest in Eric’s indie script, and imagines it as a big studio production starring Vince, the writers up their price. Meanwhile. Drama puts all of his energy into his guest appearance on `The View’.


5.08 – First Class Jerk (aired on October 26, 2008)
Directed by Ken Whittingham | Written by Doug Ellin, Rob Weiss



Turtle gets a seat in first class next to Jamie-Lynn Sigler, but nobody believes him when he later claims that they had a `mile-high’ experience. Elsewhere, Josh Weinstein courts Vince while Ari is distracted.


7.05 – Bottoms Up (aired on August 1, 2010)
Directed by Dan Attias | Written by Ally Musika



Ari tries to make deals with several high-profile celebrities to protect himself against Lizzie’s plans, Vice meets porn star Sasha Grey, and Drama worries about his new show.


7.06 – Hair (aired on August 8, 2010)
Directed by Doug Ellin | Written by Doug Ellin



Ari prepares to battle with Lizzie, Vince puts his next movie in jeopardy with his antics, Turtle attempts to romance Alex, and Billy Walsh returns and asks Eric about directing jobs.


7.09 – Porn Scenes from an Italian Restaurant (aired on August 29, 2010)
Directed by Kevin Connolly | Written by Ally Musika



Vince tries to get Sasha a part in his new movie; Eric’s assistant pitches in to help persuade Drama to get on board with Billy Walsh’s series; Turtle gets in trouble with his boss.