ENTOURAGE Season 6, Episode 4:"Running on E" - Review


Episode 4 of Season 6 of Entourage "Running on E" was a fun and engaging episode that is setting this sixth season in an interesting way.


So let's quickly recap what happened in the episode (Warning SPOILER ALERT):


- Eric is closing down the management agency because he wasn't going anywhere. I think that was a dumb move in light of the fact that now he is really back to square one as Vince's agent.


- Ari is dealing with Andrew leaving his wife and therefore causing problems at work and at home with Ari's wife. The fun part was that this storyline brought in a cameo of David Schwimmer (as David Schwimmer) a potential Miller-Gold client.


- Turtle is actually going to let Drama borrow Jamie Lynn for that kissing scene. Now, there is no way I would ever do that for any of my friends and even less, if any of my friends are like Drama.


- Vincent is on Facebook. I can hear the people at Facebook being all giddy for the plug. Next week, Twitter.


Overall, this episode is going to open up some great opportunities for some funny scenes going forward. Here are a few that I have in mind:


- Vincent actually going on Twitter and going on a Twitter war with another celebrity to be the one with the most followers.


- Jamie Lynn kissing Drama on set and actually liking it. (I know, weird but I can dig that)


- Ari firing Andrew in front of the whole agency (Essentially a rant of epic proportions)


I could go on but you get the point. Anyone else have any speculations of what is to come?


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Aug 4, 2009 1:04PM EDT

I like it:
- Jamie Lynn kissing Drama on set and actually liking it. But Drama takes it to far and believes she is in love with him. Driving Drama mad.
-Andrew gets fired by ARI. Ari puts Lloyd in Andrews position. Lloyd starts dating David Schwimmer.

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