Johnny "Drama" Chase
It is mentioned that Drama and Vince are only half-brothers, even though they have the same mom (episode 301, "Aquamom") and they share the same last name.
At the beginning of the scene where Eric kicks the soccer ball and hits the gardener, the ball is clearly seen in the opening shot sitting on the net. Then before Eric kicks it, it is directly to the left of the net.
When Ari and Eric are having lunch at Koi, Eric is pouring soy sauce onto his lunch. Between scenes the bottle goes from being on the table to him pouring.
The car used in the opening credits is a mid-1960's Lincoln towncar convertible with suicide doors.
Eric: Colin Farrell's doing Matterhorn.
Turtle: He's good.
Vince: I hope you know what you're doing, pizza boy.
Eric: Could you get laid without Vince? That's the question.
Turtle: Do I give a fuck? That's the answer.
Drama: Were you smackin it?
Eric: Yea, I'm jerkin off to Sportscenter.
Drama: You are! Look, he was doggin it to the lady golfers!
Eric: Ari, I'm telling you, you ever fuckin talk to me like that again, I will slap that grin right off your face.
Ari: You're gonna get street on me now? Is that what your gonna do?
Eric: You know what, enjoy your dinner. This sake sucks!
Ari: You read the New Republic?
Eric: No, I've heard of it.
Ari: Well, I was reading that and it's interesting cause what it says is, you don't know what the fuck you're talking about!
Turtle: Who says it's a shit movie? Sounded like a cool idea to me.
Eric: This comin from a guy who thought "Guiding Light" was a cool idea four years ago. If we listened to you, we'd all be workin for some loser on a soap.
Drama: Hey! I'm up for a soap.
Eric: Sorry Drama.
Turtle: Check out the picture, he's beautiful.
Drama: He's got a great body E. Look at those calves.
Eric: This isn't a guard dog, this is a fuckin lawsuit.
Turtle: More importantly, this girl told me she loves to give head. Since I know you desperately need it, I'm gonna make sure she gives it to you.
Eric: Yea, I'm sure some girl just told you she loves to give head too, right.
Eric: What do you need?
Turtle: I'm on ass patrol. I got a six pack, one of them kinda looks like Kristen.
Eric: What are you an asshole?
Turtle: I'm just sayin, revenge fuck.
Turtle: What are you so worried about?
Drama: This is my movie too.
Turtle: Oh, I forgot. Give us your line again.
Drama: Alright, alright. "I'm out of here motherfuckers!"
Drama: We don't wanna tell you she's a bitch, and then two weeks later you get back together and your mad at us for sayin it.
Eric: It's over.
Turtle and Drama: She's a bitch!
Drama: We gotta go, ten year reunion baby!
Turtle: We? You weren't even in our class.
Drama: I hung out with a lot of those kids.
Eric: You didn't hang out with em, you sold em weed in the parkin lot. You were already like 40.
Turtle: At least they didn't fuck up your package.
Eric: What are you talking about? The posters a head shot.
Turtle: I'm just saying, shit happens. I heard Warren Beatty sent back 300,000 one sheets for "Heaven Can Wait" because his dick looked too small in sweat pants.
Drama: Guy's smart, looks out for his image.
Turtle: We saw Kristin in the middle of 40 Deuce with her hands down Vince Vaughn's pants.
Eric: She had her hands down his pants?
Johnny Drama: Yeah, both of 'em.
Eric: Vince Vaughn? That puffy motherfucker?
Johnny Drama: Nah, bro, he didn't look puffy at all... He was lookin' real good.
Turtle: Yeah, it was kinda like Swingers Vince Vaughn, not Old School Vince Vaughn... it's kinda like "New School" Vince Vaughn.
Ari: Is that the way they drive in Tiananmen Square, bitch?
Drama: How come no one ever says "Hi" to me?
Eric: How come you never say "Hello" to them?
Drama: Because that's not the way it works, asshole.
Eric: Oh yeah, then how's it work?
Drama: Fucking models. If they were any good, they'd be in New York.
Drama: The guy's a legend, Vince. Just talk about his old movies, he'll love it.
Vince: What's he done?
Drama: How the fuck would I know?
Turtle: Check out the tits on the girl from Extra!
Vince: That's what good actors do. They listen. Right, Johnny?
Kevin Dillon and Debi Mazar previously appeared together in the CBS, 2000-2002 drama That's Life.
"Bang Bang Boom" by Drag-On
"Grown Man Sport" by INI
"Rocky Mountain Way" by Joe Walsh
"Eminence Front" by The Who
"Hey Ya!" by OutKast
"Hey Mama" by Black Eyed Peas
"Fire" by Joe Budden
"Wanna Get 2 Know You" by G Unit
"Oooh" by De La Soul feat. Redman
"Barely Holding On" by Sean Anthony
"Cold Hard Bitch" by Jet
"Lucifer" by Jay-Z
"Guys have lunch surrounded by models"
8100 Melrose Ave.
6360 W. Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA
"The crew pass Mark Wahlberg"
Warner Brothers Lot
4200 Warner Boulevard
"Eric and Ari have a power dinner"
730 N. La Cienega Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA
David Frankel received a 2005 Emmy nomination for Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series for his work on this episode.
Mark Wahlberg's entourage in this episode includes the real life Ari, Eric, and Johnny.
Ali Larter previously worked with Adrian Grenier when she played his girlfriend in the 1999 film Drive Me Crazy.
The inspiration of the show's plot and 5 main characters came from actor Mark Wahlberg, who's also the executive producer of the show, and appears in this episode.
Ari: Try this sake... me and the wife discovered it while we were visiting Sophia on 'Lost.'
Ari is referring to Sophia Coppola, on the set of the film Lost in Translation, which she directed. Sake is a Japanese alcohol and Lost in Translation was set/filmed in Japan.
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