Entourage Season 7-08 ‘Sniff Sniff, Gang Bang’ Recap

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Entourage Season 7-08 ‘Sniff Sniff, Gang Bang’ Recap

Things are heating up on Entourage and with only a few weeks left it’s anyone’s guess as to how things will end off. Vinnie is spiralling further down, Turtle may have a legitimate business partner, E has a full plate between his upcoming marriage, Drama’s TV show and Vince’s career and Drama may pass up a chance to do the next Simpsons.

Where to start off? How about with Turtle since he’s the only one who is finding success these days. Still interested in his tequila business, Turtle meets with Carlos. Carlos tells him he’d like to expand the business but he doesn’t have the money. Turtle has a plan though and he tells Carlos he can find an investor. Lucky for Turtle, he runs into Mark Cuban at Ari’s office. Turtle had intended to ask Ari for money but he runs into Mark and the two get to talking and it looks like Turtle has found an investor for the tequila business.

Eric is still busy managing his life. There hasn’t been much talk of the upcoming wedding between him and Sloan but he has more than enough to keep him busy. He’s still working with Billy on Drama’s cartoon and he’s also got his hands full with Vince. This week we find out that the network wants Drama and his cartoon and they think it may be the next Simpsons. Drama is still against it though and I think he’s going to make a mistake by passing on it. On a side note, it’s nice to see Billy still hanging around. Hopefully they’ll keep him on until the end of the season.

Speaking of Billy, he lets it slip to Eric that Vince was doing cocaine with Scott. Not only does Eric flip out at Scott but he also confronts Vince about it. He’s especially mad at Vince because the studio has asked Vince to do a drug test (which according to Ari, is “the most asinine requests in the history of asinine requests”).

Obviously Vince refuses to do the drug test (he’d clearly fail since he did cocaine last episode and ecstasy this episode) and Wallace leaves the film. Eric has a one on one chat with Vince and the two get into a bit of a fight. There’s definitely tension between the two and I wouldn’t be surprised if their friendship takes a hit before the end of the season.

Speaking of Vince, he gets a bit of a shock when Sasha tells him she’s going to do another porn movie. He tries to convince her not to do it, he goes as far as to offer her $200,000 not to do it (that’s how much she was offered to do it). She tells him she’s doing it and although a bit upset at first, he seems to get over it. Sasha does tell him that if he finds her a part in Airwalkers she will reconsider her decision to do the porn film.

Ari is still busy cleaning up his mess and in one of the best scenes all season we see him in therapy with his wife (with the same therapist from previous seasons). It’s a great scene and one of the funniest all year. We also get to hear some of the things that the Deadline article accused Ari of saying. Admittedly, some of it is pretty funny. There’s one person who isn’t laughing though and that’s Mrs. Ari. She’s seriously upset with him and as we find out in therapy, their marriage is in trouble. Would she actually leave him?

Continuing in the trend of cameo filled episodes, this week we get to see Mark Cuban, Jeffrey Tambor and Kevin Love in the cameo department. Tambor was the only one who was any good but it’s still nice to see familiar faces.

Tonight’s episode was decent. The therapy scene was a highlight and Jeffrey Tambor had a memorable cameo. The tension building between E and Vince will hopefully result in something big and it’s nice to see things finally working out for Turtle. With only a few episodes left until the finale (which apparently as a cameo by Eminem), things should start to fall into place. Will Vince end up making Airwalkers? Is Drama going to pass up the next Simpsons? Will Turtle finally find his own way without Vince’s help? Only time will tell.

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