Entourage Season 8 Episode 1

July 25, 2011 by Post Team 

Entourage Season 8 Episode 1Entourage Season 8 Episode 1, “Entourage” began its eighth and final season with a bang on Sunday night. Creator / writer Doug Ellin has established a network to force the new story lines. Vince is out of rehab for addiction to substance abuse. Johnny Drama is freaking out and sweeps the house of all traces of drugs, including Advil and the direction of Vince (Adrian Grenier), Tic-Tac clear. Theatre Vince wants to throw a party sober, only to welcome him home. “Do you know someone sober?” Ask the boys.

Ari was scared because Vince wants to direct his own movie to feel good, which despises Ari as an imitation of cable Lifetime. Drama of the guys not notice the disappointment Vince, though, of course, no one is happy at the prospect.

As always, Ari is still poured over Eric, Drama and Turtle. When Vince, who is giving to civilization, he asks the kids what is new, Ari cut by muttering that there is nothing new to them. The best line of the episode, Ari (Jeremy Piven) growls, “They have been frozen as Ted Williams!”

Ari is desperate to reconcile with his beloved Mrs. Ari, following his traumatic separation at the end of last season. But she stunned when he says. “I’ve been seeing someone,” He runs away from home.

Moreover, Sloan hates Eric (Kevin Connolly) and his wedding plans are in ruins. He even returned her engagement ring to 30,000 – through the U.S. mail, not less.

At least, Turtle (Jerry Ferrara) takes his beloved New York Yankees cap, so all is right with the world.

I do not get relief anywhere. He is upset that Vince called all the kids, but not him, to look for when you leave rehab. Eric Scott and his partner at the agency have just picked up where they left off last year. Eric Scott is annoying trying to win Vince’s best friend E and his meal ticket.

The central high points in the Johnny Drama if kids chew or rather sober Billy Walsh. The drama is the uncertainty that his new co-star in the animated television series “Bananas” Johnny was eclipsed. Kevin Dillon, who plays Drama, can do more with a face that most TV actors can do with a page of dialogue.

“I want to where it was,” says Vince. As they advance to episode No. 2, Vince is determined to make his film. Uh-oh.

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