|Samaire Armstrong as Emily|
|Johanna Black as Staci|
|Kirby Bliss Blanton as Amanda|
|Brianna Brown as Jewelry Salesgirl|
|Emmanuelle Chriqui as Sloan||Sexy||lesbian, sexy||1||3|
|Beverly D'Angelo as Barbara Miller|
|Brianne Davis as Allyson|
|Nicole Garza as Girl in Car|
|Olivia Hardt as Hot Girl|
|Amelia Jackson-Gray as Amy||Nude||breasts||1||4|
|Julia Levy-Boeken as Jacqueline|
|Jayma Mays as Jennifer|
|Debi Mazar as Shauna|
|Janet Montgomery as Jennie|
|Courtney Peldon as Jane|
|Busy Philipps as Cheryl|
|Jaime Pressly as Herself|
|Autumn Reeser as Lizzie Grant|
|Perrey Reeves as Mrs. Ari||Nude||accidental skin, breasts||8||17|
|Cameron Richardson as Vincent's Coat Room Trist|
|Genesis Rodriguez as Sarah|
|April Scott as Girl in Bikini|
|Rachel Sterling as Megan / Ana||Nude|
|Ella Thomas as Viveca|
|Irina Voronina as Ring Girl|
|Malin Akerman as Tori||Nude||breasts, lesbian||2||5|
|Jessica Alba as Herself|
|Monique Alexander as Herself||Nude||breasts||1||1|
|Charlotte Ayanna as Joanne||Nude||butt||2||2|
|Christina DeRosa as Party Flasher||Nude||breasts||1||1|
|Alexis Dziena as Ashley||Sexy||underwear||1||2|
|Beau Garrett as Fiona||Nude||butt||2||5|
|Jeanine Giovanni as Rachel||Nude||breasts||1||3|
|Sasha Grey as Herself||Nude||breasts, bush, butt||3||10|
|Carla Gugino as Amanda||underwear|
|Heidi Hawking as Stripper|
|Jennifer Hill as Cheyenne||bikini|
|Niki Huey as n/a||Nude||breasts||1||5|
|Roxy Jezel as Herself||Nude||breasts||1||1|
|Jenaveve Jolie as NA||Nude||breasts, butt||1||5|
|Shay Jordan as Herself||Nude||breasts||1||2|
|Monica Keena as Kristen||sexy|
|Bai Ling as Lee Lei||Sexy||sexy||1||1|
|Michelle Lombardo as Catherine||Sexy||underwear||4||3|
|Emma Lung as Heather||Sexy||bikini||1||1|
|Marisa Miller as Marissa||Sexy||underwear||1|
|Sophie Monk as Juliette||Nude||butt||2||4|
|Mandy Moore as Herself||Sexy||sexy|
|Shamron Moore as Stripper||Nude||breasts||1||1|
|Katie Morgan as Herself||Nude||breasts||1||2|
|Kattia Ortiz as Hooker||Nude||breasts, butt||1||1|
|Emily Paul as Nikki||Nude||breasts||1||4|
|Dania Ramirez as Alex||bikini|
|Lisa Rinna as Donna||Sexy||bikini||1||2|
|Lindsay Sloane as Nicole||Sexy||underwear||1||3|
|Erica Taylor as N/A||Nude||breasts, butt||1||5|
|Angela Trimbur as Jen||Nude||breasts||1|
|Holly Valance as Leanna||Sexy||breasts||2|
|Cara Wakelin as Party Guest|
|Julian Wells as Stripper/Goodbye Girl||Nude||breasts||2||6|
|Cassie Young as Herself||Nude||breasts||1||1|
|Maria Zyrianova as Raina||underwear|
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Vince (Adrian Grenier) is getting hitched. Eazy-E (Kevin Connolly) is having a child, and Ari
Within 24 hours of their first date and engagement, the gang will be on a flight to Paris to witness the nuptials. Except for Eric, who is packing for a flight bound for New York to try to work things out with Sloan. Turns out there’s no “easy fix” when you bone your potential mother-in-law. Leave it to star Vince to soothe things over by telling Sloan that E always felt for her, the way he felt for the girl he’s about to marry and whose name he just happened to forget.
Ari is realizing that his family had taken a backseat in his life and makes things right by selling the agency, taking care of Lloyd and finding Mike Ditka work.
Perry Reeves gives us the long goodbye when Mrs. Ari bends over poolside to send us off. It seems like Ari is a changed man, until a phone call leaves us all hanging.
Ari’s (Jeremy Piven) aggressive antics are newsfeed fodder as his quotes appear everywhere, including his own home. Instead of a pipe and slippers, Mrs. Ari hands him a printout out of his own words and is livid that the fervent foul-mouth didn’t come home until hours after the story broke. Ari attempts to change his manner, but when told that Vince (Adrian Grenier) will need to submit a drug test, he lashes out in classic goddamn form.
Vince discovers the only thing worse than having your girlfriend bang two guys on film is having your girlfriend bang five guys on film. But when Sasha Grey tells him she’s doing it regardless of his approval, the star can’t help but stick with her. (Once filming is complete, there are going to be a lot of people stuck to a lot of things.) Cann the Unfortunate tells Vince to ditch the porn star and try to keep his nose clean.
E. (Kevin Connolly) is struggling to get Dramaturg (Kevin Dillon) attached to his cartoon and Tortuga’s (Jerry Ferrara) role as brand rep for Avion Tequila takes an interesting turn when he draws Mark Cuban’s interest in the product.
Prior to being torn into five easy pieces, Sasha Grey is gracious enough to display her sweet Sasha stack while lying in bed with Vince.
Vince (Adrian Grenier) is spotted by director Billy Walsh (Rhys Coiro) doing lines…and we don’t mean Shakespeare. (Unless there’s a sonnet about Columbian snow, in which case - we totally mean Shakespeare.) Eazy-E puts the task of getting Vince to his morning meeting with the studio on Tortuga (Jerry Ferrara). Though it ends up being a close call, the star makes it but is noticeably twitchy.
Turtle is also successful getting Avion on liquor store shelves, but is reminded that his job wasn’t to push bottles but get Vince attached to the product. He makes an agreement with TMZ that keeps the liquor stores happy.
Ari (Jeremey PIven) finds out that Lizzie (Autmn Resser) hasn’t gone to the press with her journals and audio recordings of the aggressive agent at his worst. The two are able to reconcile and Ari agrees to help her find a job with a studio.
We get an idea of what the Girlfriend Experience must be like with Sasha Grey when Vince wakes up to the porn princesses’ pom-poms, pooper and super-muff puff by the pool.
While Vince (Adrian Grenier) and Sasha Grey chill poolside, Tortuga (Jerry Ferrrara) shoots video of them playfully shilling for Avion tequila. But when the video leaks onto the internet, it seems Tortuga’s getting the brand support the liquor needs.
Eazy-E and Cann the Unfortunate swing by Ari’s to let him know about the $12 million deal (plus points) they secured for Vince in Airbud Walker. Ari has been so distracted by a deal with the NFL that he wasn’t even aware they were adding another installment to the sports-loving dog franchise. Things gets worse for the always aggressive agent when an assistant reveals a library of quotes and audio recordings that show how Ari really treats his staff.
Tortuga (Jerry Ferrara) is able to get out of his shell with Alex (Dania Ramirez) and appreciate her shaved status. Plus, Dramaturg’s got a face perfect for animation.
Sasha Grey goes wild when she bares it all by the pool. And by the looks of it, she could have coached Tortuga over his fear of the flesh when she reveals Nairy a hair downstairs.
Vince (Adrian Grenier) and the tit-ular entourage hit up the club and before long, they get to chewing the fat about the ins-and-outs of anal sex with porn actress turned normal actress turned soon to be porn actress again Sasha Grey. Eazy-E (Kevin Connolly) is the lone rebel of the bunch who has never plunged head first into the murky depths of the dark side. Like going to Europe or donating to NPR, it’s one of those things that always sounded good but required more effort than it was ultimately worth. When he and Sloan finally enter through the gift shop, the pair are ultimately disappointed. This leaves the stoma as the remaining undiscovered country.
For being one of the most powerful agents in town, Ari seems to be really pre-occupied with making sure his two biggest clients are happy: Mike Tyson and Jessica Simpson. Are you starting to see what’s wrong with the world of Entourage? Ari gets word that his former employee was keeping a journal. What info could it hold?
And as always, Bob Saget is up to no good.
Perry Reeves keeps bringing the heat when she strips down to her skivvies, making sure this show goes out with a bang.
Eazy-E (Kevin Connolly) has to get his oil checked when he finds out that he’s dipped his stick in Drama’s (Kevin Dillon) old clunker – and didn’t wear a safety belt. E’s not the only one with medical issues when Not Matt Dillon has a meltdown at an audition and winds up in the hospital. The scare puts Dramaturg’s career in perspective as he opts out of re-auditioning to better evaluate his choices.
Ari (Jeremy Piven) is given a 24-hour deadline to decide if he’ll buy McQ’s agency. Tracking down the dealmaker’s wife, Ari finds out that McQ is a highly motivated seller who is about to go through an expensive divorce and low-balls him for the paltry sum of $75 million.
Tortuga (Jerry Ferrara) escorts his girlfriend actress Jamie-Lynn Sigler to the airport, ready to make a long distance relationship work. Not wanting him to resent being with someone on the other side of the ocean, she breaks things off.
The pools in Entourage see more ass than a donkey farm, and Ericka Taylor racks it up while she rides Vince on a pool raft, giving us a great shots of her floaters and rear bumper. She'll make you splish-splash!
Now a college man, Tortuga (Jerry Ferrara) is having trouble with the student body. Especially that of a sorority girl who makes him question his commitment to celebrity girlfriend Jamie-Lynn Siegler.
Dramaturg (Kevin Dillon) is offered a role in Melrose 2010: The Year We Make Contact by the same producer who fired him from the original incarnation of the show. To accept, he has to get out of his commitment to his current show, but gets caught in a hug of war between Ari and Lloyd (Jeremy Piven and Some Guy). When Not Matt Dillon asks if Ari truly believes in his talent, he lets the actor go.
Mrs. Ari interjects some steam in this episode when Perry Reeves gives us a peek at what she wears beneath the surface.
Vince’s (Adrian Grenier) mansion gets broken into in the middle of the night, but the only thing missing is some pairs of underwear. Ari (Jeremy Piven) wants to hire a full time security team for the house, but Vince and Turtle (Jerry Ferrara) are convinced they can handle it themselves. After they are thwarted from purchasing firearms by the 10-day waiting period, Drama brings his own guns over, and manages to accidentally discharge. Which turns out to be just the catalyst Vince needs to hire some actual professionals.
Eazy-E (Kevin Connolly) starts his new job and mentions that he has a connection to Bob Saget, who Murray (George Segal) has been desperate to sign. Saget agrees to sign with Murray, but only if he can have sex in his office first. E makes the deal and everyone is happy.
Speaking of getting a happy, check out the glands on Vince’s groupie (Niki Huey), when they hear a burglar in the dark. Nice bumps in the night!
The returns are coming in and The Great Gatsby a Lady Tonight is a success. The always aggressive Ari (Jeremy Piven) calls in with the good news and to inform Vince (Adrian Grenier) that the start date of his next movie has been pushed back. With Dramaturg (Kevin Dillon) preoccupied with his own acting brilliance, and Tortuga and E spending time with their ladies, the star finds himself alone. Like most people who find themselves without friends or anything to do, he turns to the internet. Oh, hello there!
Things don’t end up going so well in the ladies’ department with Tortuga’s (Jerrey Ferrara) actress/girlfriend Jamie-Lynn Sigler getting a new series in New Zealand. Meanwhile, Eazy-E’s lady thinks getting access to his e-mails will help resolve her trust issues. He agrees, until logic and sense get the better of him and he breaks it off.
Vince passes the time by getting waited on by a sexy waitress (Emily Paul), who he takes home to enjoy some one-on-one time. A side of flapjacks ain’t the only thing she’s serving up when she flashes her headlights, blinding the star with a parting shot.
Tortuga (Jerry Ferrara) is turning the dirty thirty. To celebrate their corpulent comrade, Vince (Adrian Grenier) tosses him the keys to a new Ferrari. The gift goes well with the Porsche that his celebrity-girlfriend Jaime-Lynn Siegler bestowed on the birthday boy.
Eazy-E (Kevin Connolly) gets the results of the test pilot and the studio wants to replace his client Charlie. After studying the footage to find out why they want him out, it dawns on E that his client kinda sucks. After holing up with an underwear-clad Ashley (Alexis Dziena) – and not in the good way - he remembers that his job isn’t to be honest but to represent his client.
Ari (Jeremy Piven) plays mentor to the mentals, giving Eazy-E tips on how to lie like a professional and laying out for Tortuga the work ethic of a self-made man. It’s all for naught, though, as E’s impassioned plea on behalf of his client falls short and Jamie-Lynn breaks the news that Half-Shell will be attending UCLA to study business management.
Eazy-E (Kevin Connolly) has gotten more fur than a rabbit’s foot in the lead up to the premiere of Gatsby a Lady Tonight. But the only rubber that Vince (Adrian Grenier) has been burning is on the track as he’s gearing up for the role of Enzo Ferrari. Before he can play the part, he needs to pass a driving test, which later gives him some fat to chew with Leno.
No man can be a Turtle Island, or so Tortuga (Jerry Ferrara) learns as things are getting serious between him and actress Jamie-Lynn Sigler. Even though he has his own place, Dramturg (Kevin Dillon) keeps kicking it around the mansion but finds his time there is sparse with his own work keeping him busy. Eric follows a lead on a house, leaving Vince alone in his on Xanadu for the first time in the series.
Amanda (Amelia Jackson-Gray) turns Vince’s driving school into a Springsteen fantasy as she teaches her star pupil how to stab it and steer, giving us a glimpse of her headlights.
The going is getting good for Eazy-E (Kevin Connolly) as things are taking off for the young mogul in training. His network pilot and new client Charlie Will.i.ams (Bow Wow) are moving along full-throttle until the studio puts up a roadblock by insisting that E cast the dreadfully dour Seth Green. Despite his protest, E is forced to dial up his arch-rival and ask him to star in the project. The spikey-haired one tells E to have his ex-girlfriend Sloan (Emmanuelle Chriqui) call to make the deal. With his back against the wall, he calls the siren Sloan but can’t go through with asking her to make the offer.
Things are looking like Tony Montana’s desktop on the set of Smokejumpers as Vince’s role is reduced, one line at a time. When he finally makes a production during the production, director Verner Von Debt (Stellan Skarsgard) explains to Vince that it’s nothing personal, but feels the actor has no talent and could potentially sink the film. No offense.
The formerly miniscule Bow Wow has gone from being the master of the mic to the master of the mams when jolly adult-film juggernaut Jenaveve Jolie hops on his hips while he tends to a business call. Talk about phone support!
Vince (Adrian Grenier) is discovering that Hollywood can be a bitch as Ari (Jeremy Piven) urges the star to consider Benji for his next role. To think it over, the gang heads out to a place where all moderately talented people go in hopes of obtaining artistic credibility: Joshua Tree!
Vince insists on Ari joining them, but before the trip can begin they have to score some magic mushrooms from Star 80 himself Eric Roberts. When the King of Gypsies hears about the ensuing journey, he invites himself along and off the gang goes, Roberts in tow.
It’s Joshua Tree AND bust when Cassie Young, Shay Jordon, and Katie Morgan spread their mams across America as the traveling titty trio flashes our heroes.
Eazy-E (Kevin Connolly) is finding that his star client Anna Faris’ controlling boyfriend is only a homemade sex chair shy of being Eric Roberts in Star 80. The berserker boyfriend keeps interfering with a standard photo shoot, preventing Eric from keeping tabs on the status of Vince’s next project Lost in the Brewster McCloud. After telling him he’s interfering, the boisterous boo storms off, returning shortly only to have Anna end things between them.
Ari (Jeremy Piven) is now representing director Billy Walsh and is distraught to learn that the script for Lost in the Brewster McCloud was submitted without going through him and was re-named Silo, or the 120 Days of Solemn. But before he can fire the auteur, Walsh quits. After Vince (Adrian Grenier) thumbs through the script and throws in his support, Ari plays hardball and tells the agency they can either make this sure fire hit, or explain to the shareholders how such a high-profile project fell apart.
It’s a move that pays off almost as much as Michelle Lombardo’s open shirt and panty combo.
In the chapter of Eazy-E’s (Kevin Connolly) life titled Things I Wish Had Been the Other Way Around, the first paragraph would be about the time he got rear-ended by Anna Faris while searching for Vince’s new digs in the Hollywood Hills. The tender fender bender gives Eazy-E her digits for insurance info, but when the number is off, he uses a map to the stars to track her down. E gives the heavenly House Bunny a ride to a meeting, where she asks for his honest opinion on a script she’s considering. His fair coverage wins him a spot in the blonde beauty’s bosom and an offer to be her representation.
Ari (Jeremy Pive) is as supportive as a training bra when Mrs. Ari (Perry Reeves is asked to reprise her role on The Dumb and the Chestless When Ari points out that that she’s older and they shoot in high-definition, Mrs. Ari loses her laundry and strips down to her bra and panties to shows us that she’s still got it.
It’s bear versus shark (assuming the bear is stuffed and the shark is hanging upside down for photos) as E and Turtle (Kevin Connolly and Jerry Ferrara) are challenged by the brothers Chase (Adrian Grenier and Kevin Dillon) to a contest to hook-up with a girl sans any emotional attachment. As team Turtleturg scours the internet for a casual encounter of the third kind, Vince and Eazy-E go fishing at the Mondrian pool where the star’s reel power lures in two bubbly British beauties. But things are dashed in the homestretch when the savvy saboteur Sloan (Emmanuelle Chriqui) shows up and goes Vera Drake on E’s Brit babe Heather.
Ari has hired a private eye to dig up some dirt on the Headmaster dick who is keeping his son out of private school. When the investigation reveals a squeaky clean subject, Ari begs the man to enroll his son. Seeing Ari learning a lesson in humility (and after securing his son an industry job) the Headmaster agrees to matriculate the Golden Boy.
Turtle’s hook-up has a few wires crossed and dresses the wannabe playboy in a bunny suit – scaring him into his shell. Dramaturg doesn’t mind the fur and swoops up the sloppy seconds. E gives Sloan a ring only to find out she’s moved on. This gives the underdog enough bite to stop in on Heather and bury his bone in her backyard.
Even though she’s wearing pasties, Sophie Monk gives us a quick glimpse of Sophie’s choice seat meat as she straddles the star like an astronaut.
After screening Meddling, Vince and Eazy-E (Adrian Grenier and
Dramaturg (Kevin Dillon) gets caught up in some drama involving a girl from his past that warrants little reflection or discussion here. So let’s just agree that it was hilarious and consider that B-plot resolved. Hot tubs are involved and the luscious Lisa Rinna looks lavish in a swimsuit.
Vince winds up riding shotgun in a chariot that brings him to the estate of none other than Dodge City Dennis Hopper! (At this point, Mr. Skin pours out an inch for a titan. Martini glasses down, ya’ll.) While hanging out with the only man to bathe Natalie Wood in champagne, he makes a $100,000 bet he can’t cover – and of course wins.
Eazy-E is able to get a $25 million dollar offer from Harvey, but when Vince tells him the movie got into Cannes, E might need to watch it again.
Dramaturg (Kevin Dillon) offers to host a welcome back party for Vince (Adrian Grenier) and crew, who have returned from the slutty-boot nation of Italy. While Not Matt Dillon is hoping to keep the celebration small and clean, Tortuga (Jerry Ferrara) is looking to make the party as filthy as the guest list. But the celebration might be a funeral for Vince’s career, as no studio will cast him until Meddling is released and audiences have weighed in on if the actor is hot or not.
Ari (Jeremy Piven) uses every trick in his aggressive agent’s arsenal to find out what monster is blocking his son’s entry into the private school his daughter attends. And much like the residents of Maple Street, Ari is shocked to discover the monster is him!
Vince and Eazy-E (Kevin Connolly) try to track down director Billy Walsh (Rhys Coiro) to screen the movie. First they drop by his girlfriend Kat's (Michelle Lombardo) house, where she is chilling in a pair a skimpy pink panties, and they learn he's hiding in a strip club where we get to see a stripper's (Shamron Moore) silicon suckers. When they finally see the movie, Vince thinks it’s great, but Eazy-E isn’t so easy to please as he thinks it sucks. Before they can balcony it out, Turtle calls to let Vince know that Anthony Michael Hall is urinating off the balcony of his hotel room.
Turtle gets a visit from his visit favorite superhero The Flash when party-gal Christina DeRosa puts an end to the chit-chat and lets her beautiful bazzans talk business.
The gang searches for places to live after Vince (Adrian Grenier) turns down shady financing for Meddling. Tortuga and Dramaturg (Jerry Ferrara and Kevin Dillon) are approaching squalor-levels of housing until Shauna calls insisting that Not Matt Dillon live in a fashion that won’t negatively impact Vince’s career.
Dramaturg is able to smooth talk the price of a condo up another hundred-grand before buying and Eazy-E moves in with the Sloan. With control of his trust fund, Nicky Nudenstein (Adam Goldberg) offers up half the original budget to bring Meddling back to life. Eazy-E drops in on Billy Walsh, who has gone into porn and is directing the hottest pool table scene since the opening of Color of Money. Walsh is convinced to make Meddling on a shoestring budget with one condition- it must be en espanol.
Balls and trick shots are the name of the game when Monique Alexander racks it up in a boobular billiard sextranvaganza and again later when she runs lines with Vincent. Brunette Roxy Jezel takes a couple shots in her corner pocket when she plays Pool with a capital P. That rhymes with B, which stands for boobs, and that’s what we see!
Vince has put up his house to buy the script for Meddling but with the rest of the feature film to finance, Ari (Jeremy Piven) gets the guys in touch with the shady Prince Yair, who seems interested in financing the production. Things seem to go pretty well until Vince picks up some sexual signals from the Prince’s model wife Nika (Marisa Miller).
Drama (Kevin Dillon) is summoned to the mansion of Brett Ratner, where a lowly assistant realizes they called in the wrong person from Five Points of Death! The lamentable lead refuses to leave until he’s given a role. The man behind Manhunter: Redux offers him the part of “Bus Driver #3” to get him out of the pool and off the property.
The Prince has a check delivered on a silver platter with one condition. Vince must sleep with the Prince’s wife. Vince has to decide if Meddling will be financed on stud fees. Because as many of you who watch the show know, sex is something very sacred and personal to Vince and his titular Entourage.
One look at the killer Ms. Miller struting her stuff during a photoshoot, and we have no idea why it's a tough decision. She really puts the “linger” in lingerie!
Despite boning, Vince and Amanda (Adrian Grenier and Carla Gugino) commit to maintaining a professional relationship, a feat that works on paper much like teleportation and a QuickBooks budget- it will leave you either inside out or upside down. The two prove to be terrible at containing their emotions and Eazy-E (Kevin Connolly) has to have a talk with Amanda.
Dramaturg (Kevin Dillon) is certain he’s going to be a victim on Pauley Shore’s new hidden camera show, Are You Lower Than a Weasel? and ends up inadvertently confronting Mixed Martial Arts star Chuck Liddell (Notice how Mixed Martial Arts is capitalized? It’s because we here at Mr. Skin respect it.). It’s only after a band of girl scouts attempts to punk him that he realizes the fighter was serious and is now committed to seeing Drama’s head come apart, man.
To help keep Chuck happy, the gang attends his charity function where Not Matt Dillon is called out to face the barbarian in the circled square. When Drama is told to get on his knees and beg for mercy, the Body By Jake abomination let’s Dramaturg in on the prank.
Per usual, Ari (Jeremy Piven) and Mrs. Ari blab it out. Thankfully Perry Reeves’ ample peaks get some stage time in her push-up bra.
Trying to get his house in order, Eazy-E (Kevin Connolly) accuses Ari (Jermy Piven) of pulling a Kirk Cameron and leaving poor Vince (Adrian Grenier) behind. For alleging such allegations, Ari “entrusts” veteran producer Bob Ryan (Martin Landau) into Eric’s care.
Tortuga (Jerry Ferrara) is about to break out of his shell as he’s scheduled to sign independent recording artist Saigon to a record deal. But when the shelled one fails to produce Saigon or his cohort Who Chi Man, the label executives are insulted. A search through town reveals the unsigned star with his other representation – which happens to have signed the artist earlier that day.
While Eazy-E listens to Bob Evans incarnate ramble on about the “Old Hollywood” of pistol whippings and near daily knife fights with Joe Cotton outside of Pink’s, Vince spends his day at the bookstore where cute bookworm Lindsey Sloane writhes up with the star and later gives us a glimpse of her bra and panties while he chases her around the bedroom.
Eazy-E (Kevin Connolly) can’t get over waking up snuggling on the wrong girl following a threesome with the secretly scandalous Sloan (Emmanuelle Chriqui). When he tries to approach the third in their tryst, he manages only to creep her out. But when E meets her again at a charity auction, she offers another par three with “no rules” if he can get Sloan to agree.
Ari (Jeremy Piven) secures an $11 million severance from Terrance and immediately sets out to find a space where he can open the largest agency in the city of Lost Angels. However, one of Terrance’s agents spots him on the search. And that’s when Ari realizes it’s always best to secure deals worth $11 million on more than a handshake. At the charity function, the mole cuts a deal with Ari, helping himself to a partnership and a million dollar contract at Ari’s upstart. With no choice, Ari agrees.
Eazy-E comes home to find the third woman laid out on the couch. After the two admit there’s a spark, she tells him to not let go of a woman like Sloan.
Malin Akerman might be phoning it in by going non-nude, but she bares the bikini body in this episode.
Until Ari ( Jeremy Piven) can find a role for Dramaturg (Kevin Dillon), he’ll be getting the silent treatment from Vince (Adrien Grenier). The move couldn’t come at a worse time for Ari the Human Taint who finds himself between a studio who wants to secure Vince for Aquaman 2: Aquamarine and a star who wants to get his dream project Meddling off the ground. The studio takes Meddling away from Vince and threatens to sever all business ties with Ari, forcing the star to accept the role in Aquaman for their initial offer.
Eazy-E finds himself in a much better position after the secret seductress Sloan (Emmanuelle Chriqui) invites the tantalizingly tractable Tori (Malin Akerman) to join them in the sack. When Eazy-E wakes up clinging to the wrong gal, he starts to question which grass is greener.
The boob baring bonanza begins with Malin cool-whipping out her Hollywood Hills before sliding into the sack to slinky with E and Sloan. Even lottery winners aren’t this lucky.
Aquaman is a certified blockbuster, and Vince (Adrian Grenier) is on-hand for the unveiling of the new Aquaman theme-park ride. The event brings out fans of the half-man/half-fish crime fighter of the sea, as well Vince’s childhood friend Dom (Domenick Lombardozzi) , who once took a fall for the star. Dom’s gruffer-than-a-crime-dog personality rubs the guys the wrong way, but Vince makes him part of the gang by appointing him head of security detail out of loyalty.
Ari (Jeremy Piven) is busy trying to keep a teen heartthrob’s other throbbing pulse away from his tween daughter, who is falling prey to the pretty kid.
To celebrate Dom’s induction into the group and recent release from jail, Vince treats him to the joys of L.A. Namely, Kattia Ortiz who gives us a glimpse of sideboob and she pushes her tush into the former felon like it was a prison rodeo.
The premiere of Aquaman is tonight and the finite supply of invites is a problem for Turtle and Dramaturg (Jerry Ferrara and Matt Dillon), who keep finding hotter and hotter women that are suddenly interested in them. While they drown in a sea of Hollywood’s hottest, Vince (Adrien Grenier) has only one lady on his mind. When Eazy-E (Kevin Connolly) is able to convince the star’s mother to overcome her fear of traveling and come to the big premiere, the gang’s mothers all arrive and the guys’ dates are booked.
Ari (Jeremy Piven) is having problems with the new office - especially an out-of-service elevator that leaves his clients hot-and-bothered, in a bad way.
Mrs. Ari’s (Perrey Reeves) pointy peaks peek out through her blouse as the lady with no name lets the nip slip.
The crew attends the Sundance Film Festival, where Vince (Adrian Grenier) shows James Cam’ron the final cut of ‘Queens Boulevard.’ Eazy-E (Kevin O’Connell) makes friends with a producer who has a safer role for Vince up his sleeve. But after seeing only ten minutes of ‘Queens Boulevard,’ James Cam’ron offers Vince the lead in his film. Vince Aquamans up and takes the seaworthy role over the safe bet. Meanwhile, Tortuga and Drama (Jerry Ferrara and Matt Dillon) are vying for the same Peace Corps lass. This eventually leads to a gleesome threesome; however, they turn a hot scenario into an awkward moment when their man swords cross paths.
This episode had Mr. Skin calling all the sea creatures to take notice of Angela Trimbur‘s life preservers floating in a hot tub. Unfortunately, her bikini-clad friend couldn’t hear Mr. Skin’s telepathic communication to remove her bikini.
Unless you’re in the denim game, good genes don’t pay the bills. To keep the lights on, bright shining star Vince (Adrian Grenier) gets a gig working as a celebrity spokesperson in a foreign commercial. Meanwhile, Tortuga (Jerry Ferrara) picks up the slack by entering into the only thing more desperate than a boxing tournament – a videogame boxing tournament. But Tortuga and Vince’s journeys share one thing. They both get asses handed to them, Tortuga his own and Vince a piece from the flying buttress of Bai Ling.
Landing a print of King of Queens Boulevard is proving difficult, as Eazy-E (Kevin O’Connell) discovers while trying to secure a copy for famed director James Cam’ron, who wants to get his Avatar-tar sauce all over Vince. When he agrees to attend the Sundance premiere, the possibility of Vince playing the title role of Aquamarine rises to the surface.
King of Queens Boulevard II: Hard Reign has wrapped and the gang is back in the city of Lost Angels. The homecoming is short-lived as the annoyingly adamant Ari (Jeremy Piven) makes courtside Lakers more irritating than a Clippers game when he insists that Vince (Adrien Grenier) should land the role of Aquaman.
Vince exemplifies why we watch this show when he blows everything off to check out jauntily-juggy Jaime Pressley’s beach party. Sultry sexpots are stripping by the surf. Buxom babes run bare on the beach. Vince hooks up with a gal so gorgeous that he has to go guilt shopping for jewelry. But when he gives Kristen the gift, she admits she cheated on him while he was away filming. (This reminds Mr. Skin of the time he sold his watch to buy Mrs. Skin some combs.) Oh, and Dramaturg (Matt Dillon) debates calf implants.
There’s a bonfire of the mammaries at the beach when Jeanine Giovanni takes the top off and lets the jellyfish jiggle.
The season one finale begins with the gang getting ready to head to New York for the filming of King of Queens of Boulevard: The Movie). With three months out of the city of Lost Angels, everyone has to say some goodbyes.
Eric (Kevin Connolly) wants to branch out from playing bagboy to Vince (Adrian Grenier) and wants a title indicative of his status as a manager.
Dramaturg (Matt Dillon) is debating if he should take the higher-paying TV gig, or a lower paying role in a film. Turtle (Jerry Ferara) is too preoccupied with planning Vincent’s going away party to even care.
Vincent gets a grand send-off when he’s treated to the most Happy of Trails as he gets the reverse cowgirl ride from Entourage’s most enticing extra Julian Wells. The saddle bags are on full display as she cowgirls up in this sizzling scene.
King of Queens Boulevard has found a new director in the indie darling Billy Walsh (Rhy Coiro). His relationship with Eric (Kevin Connolly) is contentious, with Walsh pegging Eazy- E as a company man. Eric’s worry over the director is validated when Walsh adds a scene with Vince bearing down bareback with another dude.
Dramaturg (Kevin Dillon) gets a check from his previous “acting” duties and when Turtle (Jerry Ferara) suggests they spend the residual monies on women, Not Matt Dillon admits that he’s sworn off paying for sex. After hitting the clubs and getting treated to dancers lapping it up like kittens at an overturned saucer, Dramamine’s vow is bent when one of the girls he and Turtle bring home is short on rent.
After a screening of Billy Walsh’s first film, Eric and Vince decide to trust completely in the filmmaker’s creative vision and get the rug pulled from under them when Walsh reveals the scene was a test that he added with no intention of ever filming – just to see if the actor trusted him. Heath Ledger and Jake Gylennhall called Wayne Wang’s same bluff. Not everyone can win, folks.
But we sure do when stripper Julian Wells private dances those privates, giving us a great glimpse of her moneybags. Here’s hoping those panties weren’t white at the start of her shift.
The entire gang is getting agitated with Vince (Adrian Grenier)’s radical change in lifestyle at the behest of the granola go-go gal Fiona (Beau Garrett). Vince is putting the doe before bros as he does everything he can to make the hippy-drippy heartbreaker happy.
Eric (Adrian Grenier) is slipped the second worst possible thing you can slip someone in a gym – a script. The first? Pink eye. Mr. Manager immediately falls in love with King of Queens Boulevard and insists Vince read it. Unfortunately, it takes Yoko to get him to read the script which he digs like a trench and arranges a meeting with the producer.
Turtle (Jerry Ferrara) depends on the wacky-tabacky as his “in” with the ladies and a drought forces him to befriend Fiona’s yogi bear (Val Kilmer), who keeps the shell-shocked chauffeur waist deep in the wooing weed. The connection proves fruitful in more than one way as he prompts Fiona ‘s departure on a spiritual journey and places Vince in the good graces of his new producer.
Fiona’s exit isn’t the only split we catch in this episode. Beau Garrett gives us a crack at that lower back when she and Adrian meditate, plus she sends Eric on his vision quest when she opens her robe and shows us her dip ain’t all that's skinny.
Vince’s (Adrian Grenier) movie Head On isn’t the only thing opening wide in this week’s episode. Rather than worry over the box office gross, Vince calls for a date night to back-up Eric (Kevin Connolly) on his first date with Emily (Samaire Armstrong) – a lady who puts the upper case in Ari’s ASSistant.
Dramaturge (Kevin Dillon) brings a body builder whose breast milk is mostly whey protein, while Vince calls up pop star Justine Chapin (Leighton Meester). Turtle’s (Jerry Ferrara) date Joanne (Charlotte Ayanna) is the Unaboober whose explosive contents were discovered in a letterbum she mailed to Vince. A quick stopover at a radio station brings in Eric’s longtime listener/first time caller ex-girlfriend who tells Mr. Manager that she might not be over him.
The only prescription for worry is living large in a livery vehicle. The date takes the crew all across the City of Lost Angels - from the pins of the bowling alley to the prey at the hottest club in town, Prey. And just when Vince has forgotten about the opening, Ari (Jeremy Piven) catches up to tell the now dateless dudes that Head On is the number one movie in America that doesn’t feature a talking furball. Demi Moore must be devastated.
The unaboober Charlotte Ayanna’s manichesto goes unpublished, but that shouldn’t stop you from handling your package with care.
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