Entourage - Season 4 Episodes
Entourage - Season 4
Life in Hollywood's fast lane can be an intoxicating ride. In Season Four of the hit HBO series, Eric and Vince have new roles--as producers. Will their film 'Medellin' be a critical masterpiece...or wind up on the trash heap of broken Tinseltown dreams.
“Welcome to the Jungle”
A behind-the-scenes documentary about the filming of Medellín in Bogota, Colombia. Billy and Eric clash on the set about keeping the film on track. Billy becomes attracted to an actress which ends up disrupting the production. Drama tries to get Billy to give him a part in the film.
“The First Cut Is the Deepest”
With the gang arriving back in America, Drama plans a party for Vince at his new condo. Ari learns that his son might not be accepted to an exclusive private school. Billy's insecurities may prevent Vince and Eric from seeing the first cut of Medellín.
Billy submits Medellin to the Cannes film festival, leading Eric - who thinks the film needs work - to worry that it will get rejected. Drama rekindles an old flame, and brings Turtle in as his wingman. Vince gets in over his head in Malibu.
Ari mistakenly mishandles a top-secret script, a mistake that lands him in jail. Drama fetes the mayor of Beverly Hills, with help from Vince. Eric has to go back on his word with Harvey Weingard, a Hollywood heavyweight, when Medellin is accepted into the Cannes Film Festival.
“The Dream Team”
The Medellin trailer is leaked on YouTube and Billy blames Eric; Drama joins an exclusive medical marijuana club; Ari and Lloyd engage in sabotage so that Vince can get his next project.
“The Weho Ho”
Billy makes amends with Eric over the online leak of Medellin; Lloyd takes a leave of absence from the Miller Gold Agency; Turtle makes an investment.
“The Day Fuckers”
Vince and Johnny "Drama" bet with each other on whether Turtle and Eric can have unattached sex by the end of the day. After being rejected from their daughter's exclusive private school, Ari and his wife are upset over their son having to attend a public school.
When Eric gets his own office, Vince eyes a piece of antique furniture that also has a rich history, but someone has already gotten his hands on it. Ari preps for a meeting with R&B superstar Mary J. Blige, but has to contend with twin-sibling rivalry in his own office.
“The Young and the Stoned”
Eric gets into a fender-bender with Anna Faris, leading to what he belives to be "a little moment," but in the end, his career is about to change. Ari's wife acts on a soap opera, leading him to try and dissuade her from doing so. Turtle gets prepped for a party by picking up some provisions, and girls, only to encounter the law on the way home.
Vince, Ari, and Dana Gordon receive the script for Vince's next project, but Billy's interpretation is vastly different than what he was supposed to write. Vince loves the script anyway leading Ari to try and keep the studio interested. Eric is occupied with a new client and her boyfriend.
“No Cannes Do”
A security threat at LAX strain severyone\'s hopes of getting to Cannes in time for the Medellin premiere. Mrs. Ari and Lloyd both wish to take the trip with Ari to Cannes. Walsh writes Eric\'s new client into his script. Help in the end comes from a very unexpected source.
“The Cannes Kids”
After arriving at the Cannes Film Festival, the guys attempt to sell Medellin for a good price, before the movie is even screened. In the end, the film is bought from an unlikely source, at a much lower price than anyone wanted. In the meantime, Drama enjoys his celebrity status, since Viking Quest is very popular in France.