Season 5 Episode 3

The All Out Fall Out

Aired Sunday 10:30 PM Sep 21, 2008 on HBO
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Episode Summary

To avoid bankruptcy, Vince agrees to make an appearance at a sweet 16 party. Drama is still devastated by his breakup with Jacqueline. Ari ups the ante with Adam Davies.

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  • Entourage is back in business! The first two episodes of the new season were just fillers - this is where it starts.

    Let's face it, we've been waiting for a long time for this. Season five of Entourage! I couldn't be more excited.

    But frankly, the first two episodes didn't excite me much. They continued along the line set by season four, which (let's be honest) wasn't the best one yet.

    With episode three, however, they are back and better than ever. I have not laughed so hard or cringed so much in 25 minutes before. The bodily fluids in this episode aside, it was a dream to watch. The Ari/Adam feud might have been short lived, but it was none the less epic for it. Ari is in his element for sure, and as excellent as he always is - this is where he shines for real.

    E is making a name for himself, and I foresee drama between him and Vince - simply based on the fact that E's new pet project is now on its way to becoming a major studio project. I am looking forward to that very much indeed.

    We're in for a treat, people!moreless
  • Entourage is back on track!

    This was the best episode of Entourage since i dont know when. Even if the season have been starting great was this the episode we are going to remmber for ages^^.

    I just loved Ari and his poo bag, hehehe! Loyd running whith the brown paper bag is priceless!

    Whats more to say!? The party and crazy "emolicius" girl was crazy fun also.. Why cant MTV show us the real Sweet 16 like this one. And what are we thinking about Norton is getting the new movie..? I think Vince is going to be a part of the movie somehow anyways!moreless
Fran Drescher

Fran Drescher

Suzy Levine

Guest Star

Jason Geter

Jason Geter

T.I.'s Friend

Guest Star

Kevin Pollak

Kevin Pollak

Bob Levine

Guest Star

Jordan Belfi

Jordan Belfi

Adam Davies

Recurring Role

Carla Gugino

Carla Gugino

Amanda Daniels

Recurring Role

Cassidy Lehrman

Cassidy Lehrman

Sarah Gold

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Vince & his entourage walk pass a white vehicle and a woman with a bag during the start of the episode, however in the next shot both the vehicle and the woman disappear. After several seconds, we can see they passed the same white vehicle again.

  • QUOTES (5)

    • Lloyd: What about doggy poo?
      Ari: Human shit Lloyd. Yours if it's easier. Otherwise, go camp out in the men's bathroom or the women's bathroom which ever will have you. But I need a specimen!

    • (after Vincent saying he won't file bankruptcy)
      Drama: You're a better man than me, bro'. I filed three times. Maybe that's why I'm alone.
      Marvin: Maybe it's because you're fukcing ugly.

    • Marvin: You've to wipe the slate clean and start all over again, and this time on a budget and without dependents.
      Turtle: So should I just get an appetizer?
      Marvin: You should go on hunger strike.

    • (about the male strippers dancing in his office)
      Ari: Lloyd you speak their language, make it stop!

    • Ari: Like the great philosopher Sun Tzu said, "When you're done fucking your enemies, fuck 'em some more."

  • NOTES (3)

    • International airdates:
      Latin America: May 25, 2009 on HBO Latinoamerica Este.

    • Locations: Nate 'n Al Delicatessen Restaurant; Crazy Girls; The Beverly Hilton

    • Music: "Bassment Party" by The Cool Kids; "Drop City" by Illfonics; "Supadupa" by Lex Luther; "Atlantis to Interzone" by Klaxons; "Brooklyn Girl" by Charles Hamilton; "Boogaloo" by Captain Planet; "Right Here" by Extreme Music; "My Superman" by Santogold; "Hardcore" by R.A.C.; "Hit Tha' Floor" by Breakestra; "Can't Take My Eyes Off Of You" by Johnny & Vincent Chase; "Can't Take My Eyes Off Of You" by Franki Valli & The Four Seasons