Critic Consensus: Entourage remains wickedly fun, but continues to glide past opportunities for depth in favor of an unabashed celebration of excess that will give some viewers a shame-filled hangover.
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The series succeeds because it feels honest, unapologetic and, at its best, spontaneous.
Like watching a spoiled child at Disneyland, deliberating between the pink and the blue cotton candy.
The show's sophomore season improved on an already good thing, and while it delivered more interesting story arcs and richer character development, its most impressive alteration was in the expansion of series stand-out Jeremy Piven.
The self-congratulatory sensibility the show chronicles should be annoying. But it winds up being irresistible.
Entourage started out amusing enough, but Season Two establishes it in a concrete way and proves that its got real places it can go beyond the one-note joke of the premise.
Entourage" roars back with some of the best writing anywhere and a cast that picks up exactly where it left off last season... perfecting nuance and sharpening the comedic edges as if they'd been doing this for years instead of eight measly episodes.
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