Vince announces big plans after a night with Sophia. The guys try to convince Sloan to forgive Eric and Ari makes one last attempt to save his marriage.
It is Go time or No time for Vince's and Drama's miner movie. Everyone loves the script Vince wrote (even Ari cries), but Drama is the deal breaker. Can Vince and the crew make the movie or is it a cave in?
Turtle just can't get a break with his new restaurant. His crew has bigger eyes than the budget and no one else is willing to help out, except the one guy he won't let into the deal. Depression sets in, when he doesn't get the chance to reap the real fruits of his labor.
Eric gets a shock from the past that could affect his life for decades.
On the romance front, Is Vince in love or are we here only because Vince can't have her? Will Vince even get the chance to find out? Finally, Ari only has his work and his Vince family or does he?
Vince is upset since his interview with Vanity Fair portrayed him to be an insensitive womanizer. Ari finds out that his wife has the rights to half of his assets, and she could possibly take the kids as well. Johnny Bananas is back up and running, and Eric tells the guys that Johnny Galecki is sleeping with Sloan.moreless
Vince falls for a woman he can't have at the expense of his career. Drama grows a set in order to save his series, which could be as big as the Flintstones, South Park, or The Simpsons, E takes on a new client and his past comes back to twist with him again. Ari's life take two major turns and Turtle, well, is Turtle.moreless
Vince is questioned by the police because of Carl's death, and is subject to a drug test. Ari and Mrs. Ari try to mend their marriage.
A benevolent Vince defies his friends' advice and gives an old nemesis, producer Carl Ertz (Kim Coates), a second chance when he claims to be interested in the miner movie. Meanwhile, Andrew Dice Clay takes a stand on his "Johnny's Bananas" contract, despite Drama's disapproval.