Mrs: Ari´s name is Melissa!
When Phil and Drama are smoking a joint, Phil hands it to him with the unlit end, but in the next shot the lit end is facing Drama.
When Ashley asks Eric about whom Rupert Pupkin is, Eric tells her that it is one of Vincent's aliases. Rupert Pupkin is the name of the socially unstable comic wannabe played by Robert De Niro in the Martin Scorsese movie "The King of Comedy" from 1982. Pupkin harasses Jerry Lewis, later kidnaps him and gets a shot on Lewis's late night talk show as the opening act.
Jeffrey Tambor and Jeremy Piven previously worked together on the HBO series The Larry Sanders Show.
In the previous episode, Verner suggested he could get Leonardo DiCaprio to replace Vince, which Ari countered by informing him DiCaprio was out of town filming Shutter Island. However, Martin Scorcese appears in this episode despite the fact that he would be in the same place as DiCaprio directing the same film.
Olympic champion Michael Phelps makes a cameo appearance in the scene where Eric is walking down the streets of New York and bumps into him.
Turtle's real name is Sal.
When Ari is talking to his wife about the offer, she has the iPhone upside down for part of the conversation, which is corrected the next time we flash back to her.
When Dom's girlfriend gets home, the minivan she's driving pulls into the driveway. When she leaves a short time later, the van pulls out rather than backs out. The van couldn't have done a 180 in the driveway.
Around 17 and a half minutes into the episode, Alan Grey wears a glove on his right hand in one shot, however the glove disappears in the next shot.
In the scene where Drama talks to Turtle about how his day was the same extra walks by from left to right 3 times in a row. She then walks across the camera a fourth time after Turtle drives away.
At Joshua Tree, when the gang started to eat the mushrooms, E took several bites out of his sandwich. However, in the next shot, the sandwich in his hand is seen with only one bite taken out of it.
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.
When Eric entered the scene at the airport, his bag was over his right shoulder. In the next shot, his bag strap is on the left.
Ari tells Lloyd to call Marquis Jet, which is an upscale company that offers private flights.
When Ari storms into Dana Gordon's office (at her new studio job after leaving Warner Bros) the posters on the walls are all Sony Pictures. However, in the following scene when arguing he threatens to get a bidding war with "Fox, Universal and Sony."
The red sportscar Walsh is driving after the meeting with the producers is a Saleen S7. The $585,296 expensive S7 features a powerful twin-turbo system the top speed to an estimated 250 mph. At 160 miles per hour, the car creates its own weight in downforce which theoretically is enough to drive upside down.
While the correct pronunciation of Cannes is neither "can" nor "con" (just a bit off of "can"), if you ask most people in Europe, or those actually in the south of France, they will tell you it is "can."
Vince says Eric looks like a "P.O.W." when he walks in with Harvey. P.O.W. stands for Prisoner Of War.
In the scene where Eric is at the Barbershop, the amount of shaving cream either increases or decreases with each cut back to him when arguing with Ari Gold.
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