Entourage

Season 3 Episode 6

Three's Company

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Aired Sunday 10:30 PM Jul 16, 2006 on HBO
9.1
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Episode Summary

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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.moreless

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  • Review

    9.4
    The comedy came back in this episode as did the huge drama bomb that will forever shake season three to its core, assuming the writers of Entourage dont pull a fast one and erase everything that has happened in this episode with a couple of apologies like they have done in past episodes. (Flashback to Season 2's Aquaman "Yes" "No" game)



    I liked how Turtle didnt have any more of his contract stuff with his rapper in this episode. I still feel that he is somehow getting played by this rapper, but that is for a later date I think.



    The bomb that Vince is now off the movie was huge for the next plotlines, once again if the show goes that route. The writing for this show has proven to be random, so I wont say for sure that the show has been changed forever. But it seems that way right now. Amazing episode, comical and dramatically.moreless
  • Flip fantastic episode. Funny, dramatic, et al.

    9.5
    Exactly why I watch this series. This is my favorite episode thus far. It's got a dose of drama and a bigger helping of comedy than usual. Oh man.. of course the scenes with Sloane are smoking as expected. I think I'm in love with her. Even though its just side-boob, the scene with her and her friend and Eric is mouth-watering... luckiest man alive. Anywho, back to the episode. Great episode all around. I wish more were like this but I wish it were a tad less dramatic. I am so glad they upped the comedy. Oh, Sloane, you're a goddess.moreless
  • Amazing!

    10
    Personally, I have been with Entourage since the first season and absolutley love it. However, I feel there are episodes that simply continue the story line and then there are the episodes that make this show. This episode is one of the one's that make's the show, here's why. First off we got the comedy aspect, Ari delievered soem of his best lines of the show here (The drama line). There's the sex, E's threesome, the blonde was incredibly hot. And then there was the plot twists and drama, that make these kind of shows. Eaisly one of the best episodes of this season and possibly the show.moreless
  • Like many people, i watch this show because of Jeremy Pivens

    10
    I just started watching this show a few weeks ago, and am already got up to the newest episodes. and i g2 say i Love Love Love Love It. i love jeremy pivens in this show, he is a genius! i love how he plays Ari. the least favourite character of mine would have to be.........vince. lol. yeah i no, but out of all the main characters its him. all he brings to the show is, what they need and nothing else, a heart throb. hes not that good at it either, no offense to the people that like him. i mean i like drama more than him, and drama has lately been getting annoying in these episodes. well thats my 2 cents.moreless
  • All I need to say is Ari.

    9.8
    Jeremy Piven knows really knows how to nail a line. I don't think that anyone else could yell the name "Lloyd" and make it so funny. This episode was packed with Ari at his finest. Nothing beats his angry mime impression. When he is angry, he is hilarious! He had a lot to be angry about. Vince was refusing to talk to him. Drama was talking to him way too much, hence the near misfortune of the rental computer, the phone, and Lloyd. At least his wife did not drag him to marraige counseling. Then Eric abandons Ari and Vince to participate in a threesome, leaving nobody there to set Vince straight, and well, A2 is history.moreless
Jason Sklar

Jason Sklar

Agent

Guest Star

Constance Zimmer

Constance Zimmer

Dana Gordon

Guest Star

David Wain

David Wain

Agent

Guest Star

Emmanuelle Chriqui

Emmanuelle Chriqui

Sloan

Recurring Role

Paul Ben-Victor

Paul Ben-Victor

Allen

Recurring Role

Rex Lee

Rex Lee

Lloyd

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (12)

    • Ari: Eric, we do not want to get on Allen Grey's bad side.
      Eric: Well what do what me to tell ya?
      Ari: Put him on the phone you fuckin dick!
      Eric: Ari, I'm not a guy you what on your bad side.
      Ari: Really? What are you going to do?
      Eric: This.
      (hangs up phone)

    • Sloan: (on the phone with Eric) Eric, Tori wants me to tell you that she wants to have a threesome with me and you.
      Tori: Sleep on that E.

    • Turtle: The girl was cold.
      Drama: Ice Cold.

    • (when talking about Alan)
      Ari: He'll take everything you have. He'll take the house, the cars, maybe even Turtle.
      Vince: I don't care about any of that. Except maybe Turtle.
      Turtle: Thanks Vince.

    • Turtle: Kid's got principles, huh?

    • Ari: You have all one job today, to get Vincent Chase's brother Johnny Chase a job. Any job. I don't care if it is a porn shoot in which he is being gang-raped by a gaggle of silverback apes. If there are cameras rolling, everybody wins.

    • Ari: It's too late for sorries. Vince is out. Jake Gyllenhaal is in. Brokeback Motherfucking Aquaman. Take that, bitch.

    • Turtle: I know you're not a big porn guy, but the innovations since the DVD are pretty amazing. Remember back in the day, you'd be tugging it and they'd cut to a close-up of the guy's face and you'd want to kill yourself. Never again...multi-angles.

    • Ari: You all have one goal today...to get Vincent Chase's brother, Johnny Chase, a job. Any job. I don't care if it's a porn shoot in which he is being gang-raped by a gaggle of silverback apes...if there are cameras rolling, everyone wins. Ten grand to anyone that can deliver this to me today.

    • Drama: Sloan and Tori want E to be the meat in their girl-girl sandwich.

    • Drama: No woman should ever joke about that (a threesome).
      Turtle: No, they should not. But either way, I am so whacking off to your girlfriend tonight.

    • Ari: Tell Drama he's on my to-do-list, right after inserting needles in my cock.

  • NOTES (3)

    • In Latinamerica, this episode aired on November 12, 2007, on HBO OLE.

    • Music Credits

      "Blondie vs. The Doors" by Rapture Riders
      "Dirty Harry (Chopper Remix)" by Gorillaz
      "Mas Que Nada" by Sergio Mendes feat. Will.I.Am
      "The Mule" by E*Vax
      "Do It To It" by Cherish feat. Sean Paul
      "Keep Me in Your Mind" by The Koreans

    • Location Credits

      A guys' night not looking good.
      Roosevelt Hotel
      7000 Hollywood Blvd.
      Hollywood, CA 90028

      Threesome discussion between Eric and Sloan
      La Scala
      434 N. Canon Drive
      Beverly Hills, CA 90210

      Eric trying to prepare for his big night.
      Hustler Hollywood
      8920 Sunset Blvd.
      West Hollywood, CA 90069

      Eric, Sloan and Tori share a drink before the big night.
      Dakota
      Roosevelt Hotel
      7000 Hollywood Blvd.
      Hollywood, CA 90028

  • ALLUSIONS (2)

    • Title: Three's Company

      The tile of this episode is a reference to the popular 70s and 80s sitcom Three's Company starring John Ritter.

    • When Ari is talking to Allen, he says he will be mad if Vince tries to "pull a Chappelle." Ari is referring to when comedian Dave Chappelle suddenly stopped production and pulled out of his hit sketch comedy show, Chappelle's Show, during the third season.

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