Entourage - Season 3 Episodes
Entourage - Season 3
With Vince's star expected to rise even higher in the Hollywood firmament as a result of his starring role in a potential blockbuster titled 'Aquaman,' the boys must find a way to keep stroking their golden goose in Season 3A of HBO's hit comedy series.
As the gang anticipates the upcoming premiere for "Aquaman", the search is on for a perfect date for Vince. Meanwhile, Ari tries to cope with financial difficulties and his new office space, which is not quite what he is used to.
“One Day in the Valley”
Ari and Eric are worried because rolling blackouts have hit Los Angeles and it may cause a decrease in the box-office totals for "Aquaman" in the area. The two ponder how to keep Vince from finding out the situation.
The gang have no idea what to think when Vince decides to hang out with his old friend who happens to be an ex-con and wants them all to be friends. Meanwhile, Ari's daughter ends up becoming friends with an up and coming movie star.
“Guys and Doll”
Dom, who has now become a part of Vince's posse, ends up telling Vince a story that helps him get his dream role in the film, Medellin.
“Crash and Burn”
Vince, Eric, and Ari seek to find a resolution to scheduling conflicts that would prevent Vince from doing both Medellin and Aquaman 2. Turtle deals with Saigon's rising popularity, while Ari deals with his daughter's continued obsession with Max.
Vince increases his asking price for Aquaman 2, which forces Ari to ask the studio head for yet another favor. But Vince insists that Ari finds Drama a job before he'll accept any offer from the studio. Meanwhile, Eric's girlfriend and her best friend make him an offer he can't refuse, even if there are ground rules.
Eric finds himself falling for the wrong girl after his threesome. Ari and Terrance reach an agency settlement. Vince agrees to be auctioned off at Sloan's charity function.
Vince and the entourage receive news that "Queens Boulevard" will be receiving a nationwide release. Ari must compromise with a rival to avoid threats from a group of aggressive agents. Drama is nervous about an important audition and begins to take his anger out on everyone.
“Vegas Baby, Vegas!”
The gang heads to Vegas for a much-needed break and a $100,000 promotional appearance for Vince. But it turns out that Turtle reaps the benefits from the appearance. Eric gets jealous when Seth Green makes insinuating comments about Sloan. Vince and Ari partner at the tables, but Ari loses it when Vince's luck ends. Drama lays it on thick with his masseur, leading to an awkward misunderstanding between them.
“I Wanna Be Sedated”
Drama and Turtle go looking for Saigon on the day the record-deal's supposed to be signed. Eric comes up with a project for Vince.
“What About Bob?”
Eric, Ari, and Bob pitch the Ramones film project to the studios which causes a power struggle between Ari and Bob. Turtle wants a pair of limited edition shoes which Vince tries to buy for him. Drama begins filming his pilot.
With the apparent loss of the Ramones project and with Ari to blame, Vince and the guys begin to look for other agents to represent him. Ari, hearing of Vince's shopping, fights with all his might to get back the movie. While looking at other agents, Vince realizes they are just too corporate for him and the "scumbag" Ari is the best in the business. However, since Ari cannot get the movie back, he tries to win Vince back with a corporate-style presentation himself. This backfires because the boys find Ari to be just like everyone else now and fire Ari as they walk out of his office.
“Less Than 30”
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.
“Dog Day Afternoon”
Amanda gets angry when Vince and Eric procrastinate over the Edith Wharton movie; Turtle and Drama find some dream dates at the dog park.
Amanda makes Vince an offer that he cannot refuse; Babs orders Ari to fire an inept employee.
Drama finds out that he will be the target on Pauly Shore's new Punk'd like reality show; Eric tries to relieve the tension between Vince and Amanda; Ari is jealous of a former fraternity brother.
“Return of the King”
"Medellin" is back on the table for Vince, but Ari and producer Nick Rubenstein must make the deal happen on the holy day, Yom Kippur. They have until sundown, and must finish the deal with use of a cell phone. Eric wonders how the relationship between Vince and Amanda is affecting the deal. Drama grows attached to a race horse.
Eric and Vince are determined to get "Medellin" off the ground, but the rights to the script stand in their way. Feeling tense the day of the "Five Towns" premiere, Drama seeks relief at a massage parlor, but can't avoid Daily Variety. At the auto-body shop, Turtle meets a girl who shares his love for limited-edition sneakers, but her overbearing father hampers his game.
“The Prince's Bride”
Drama has an offer from Brett Ratner for "Rush Hour 3." Ari finds a backer for "Medellin," but the source of his wealth, and his wife's intentions toward Vince, are shady. Turtle has a date with Kelly - under the watchful eye of her father.
Vince, Eric, Drama, and Turtle are forced to move out of the mansion. Eric moves in with Sloan and Drama wants to get an expensive condo. With "Medellin" getting into the early stages of pre-production, a surprise cast member is asked to direct.