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post #31 of 108
[quote name="gdc_2008" url="/forum/thread/212787/last-season-of-entourage/15#post_4705256"soap opera for dudes[/quote]

You nailed it in 4 words. Well done, never thought of that.
post #32 of 108
The only highlight was Ari, but I'll sit through it and see how the rest of the season goes.
post #33 of 108
It's safe to say there isn't going to be any huge break in the story before the series ends, unless someone dies. The story is moving too slow for there to be much of anything major to happen to anyone's career.

I liked Ari and Dana Gordon.
Edited by suited - 8/8/11 at 9:22am
post #34 of 108

I thought tonight's episode gave the series a much deserved kick in the ass. I finally felt as though something happened and not to mention that ending…damn…did not see that coming. 

post #35 of 108
^^ Its pretty obvious this is just buildup towards a feature film.

Yawn.
post #36 of 108
i thought vince or turtle was going to get popped.
post #37 of 108
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i thought vince or turtle was going to get popped.

Speaking of turtle, can you believe how skinny he is now? Looks odd
post #38 of 108
I lol'ed at the idea of turtle selling his stock in a company that a billionaire tells him he wants to take public so he can try to bring steamed clams to LA. So, we're supposed to believe that a pot smoking mooch is not satisfied with the idea of sitting on his ass and making a living by owing a large % of a successful alcohol company? I think they've become so desperate to keep turtle involved in the story that they just got lazy.
post #39 of 108
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I lol'ed at the idea of turtle selling his stock in a company that a billionaire tells him he wants to take public so he can try to bring steamed clams to LA. So, we're supposed to believe that a pot smoking mooch is not satisfied with the idea of sitting on his ass and making a living by owing a large % of a successful alcohol company? I think they've become so desperate to keep turtle involved in the story that they just got lazy.

I think since the beginning of the series his character has always been trying to be involved in some sort of work. He always has something slowly lining up and just wants to make his own, Sort of is that guy who tries to break free but never really does in the end, ever. The best part is, is that that guy really exists in that setting. Whether its in Wahlberg's crew or someone elses.
post #40 of 108
I cant believe how bad this season has been. Unwatchable bad.
post #41 of 108
This show is always watchable. Hasn't been good in years but always watchable. Don't know why people are suddenly expecting an enlightening experience...
post #42 of 108
SMH...The critics on here kill me. Some of you guys really missed your calling. If something is unwatchable then don't watch it. Pretty simple really.
post #43 of 108
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Originally Posted by Joffrey View Post

This show is always watchable. Hasn't been good in years but always watchable. Don't know why people are suddenly expecting an enlightening experience...
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Originally Posted by Willie5566 View Post

SMH...The critics on here kill me. Some of you guys really missed your calling. If something is unwatchable then don't watch it. Pretty simple really.

It was watchable last season. Its now unwatchable, so ya, I have decided to stop watching. Its not entertaining anymore.
post #44 of 108
I'm still enjoying it.
post #45 of 108

It's already better than last season, so I don't know what this guy is talking about. But I agree, Entourage has not been water-cooler worthy in a while.

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