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post #46 of 772
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
Vince, really? I'd say that Ari, Drama and Lloyd are awesome, in that order.

Ari is awesome. I love Ari's wife too. I can't stand drama and Turtle can be good for a laugh.
post #47 of 772
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Vince, really? I'd say that Ari, Drama and Lloyd are awesome, in that order.

Ari is tops, and I like Vince because he's nonchalant about everything. Mrs. Ari and Lloyd are also hilarious characters with some depth.
post #48 of 772
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Originally Posted by Jodum5 View Post
Tiecollector, you really think the show takes itself seriously? It supposed to be a fun mindless comedy.
Nah, I think Vince just comes off as way too easy going that there is absolutely nothing to him and this annoys me. The rest of the characters I like, even Turtle sometimes, though I despise his name.
post #49 of 772
Ari is obviously the best character on the show, followed by Drama and Lloyd. I like E even though he has an air of douchebaggery about him.
post #50 of 772
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Originally Posted by Connemara View Post
Ari is obviously the best character on the show, followed by Drama and Lloyd. I like E even though he has an air of douchebaggery about him.

Yeah I don't like the tough guy look E has on his face the whole time. He looks like something out of Happy Days, and that tattoo on his chest is just laaaaame.

I love everything about myself except for my calves.
post #51 of 772
Ari and E are actually my favorite characters. Their back and forth is what makes the show (in my not so humble opinion). I used to think Drama and Turtle were completely worthless characters, but have grown on me over the years (and I appreciate their nonsense situations now that I am rewatching seasons 1 and 2). Ari's wife is smoking (type of wife I want after a kid and hitting 40) and funny. Vince I'm mostly nonchalant about. I actually think they may have wanted it this way - the makers thinking the most interesting people and situations are what revolves around the star not the star himself. Now that I am rewatching the early seasons, I think you can see a touch of Vince working very hard to protect himself - which has reinforced the view that the creators have purposefully made a not so interesting character out of Vince. Which has actually made him a slightly more interesting character for me to view.
post #52 of 772
I can't stand this dumbass show. Why am I subscribed to this thread?
post #53 of 772
I have to say Vince and E are my favorites (Personally, I have a soft spot for Kevin Connolly since he and I are both from Long Island) Ari, I'm ok with but, as with everyone else, I LOVE anything that comes out of his mouth. The only two I don't care for are Drama and Turtle but with the latter's future storyline next season, I'm willing to see how that goes.

By the way, if "Sex and The City" can have a feature length film, so could "Entourage." Am I right?
post #54 of 772
Testosterone spin on Sex and The City for aspiring teens, married American males and old geezers wanting to relive their youth. The producers know their target demographic.
post #55 of 772
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Originally Posted by Soph View Post
Testosterone spin on Sex and The City for aspiring teens, married American males and old geezers wanting to relive their youth. The producers know their target demographic.

Most of the guys I know that watch it are not married.
post #56 of 772
Not quite like Sex and City since they try to pass it off as a "real life" show - people who watch Entourage know it's just a fantasy life.
post #57 of 772
Sorry guys. I'm just still bitter apparently that Deadwood was cancelled.
post #58 of 772
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Sorry guys. I'm just still bitter apparently that Deadwood was cancelled.

Watching Deadwood made reading the Wall Street Journal seem like a roller coaster ride.
post #59 of 772
add me to the chorus of 'brilliant show, can't wait til the return'
post #60 of 772
At the risk of hijacking....strange. I found Deadwood to be incredibly riveting. Then again, an economics major watching an economic themed western...big surprise there.

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Watching Deadwood made reading the Wall Street Journal seem like a roller coaster ride.
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