Entourage: Season 2 (2005)


Season 2
Entourage

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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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Critic Ratings: 11

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User Ratings: 113

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Air date: Jun 5, 2005

Vince balks when Ari tries to sell him on a film adaptation of a comic book; and Turtle feels underappreciated after Eric takes over as Vince's new manager. Cameos include Gary Busey and Amanda Peet.

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Air date: Jun 12, 2005

Eric is blue when Kristen cancels their date, but his mood improves at a late-night beach party; Drama is self-conscious about his physique before an audition; Ari and Vince spar over the Aquaman script. Cameos include Jaime Pressly and the NBA's Lamar Odom.

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Air date: Jun 19, 2005

The boys get ready for a pajama party at the Playboy mansion; and Eric tries to persuade Vince to do the Aquaman film, especially when the actor goes house-hunting in an expensive neighborhood. Cameos include Hugh Hefner, Ralph Macchio, Danny Masterson and Pauly Shore.

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Air date: Jun 26, 2005

Ari hounds a studio executive about the Aquaman; contract; Drama considers elective surgery to improve his image; Vince gets good news about the premiere of Queens Boulevard.

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Air date: Jul 3, 2005

Eric and Ari scramble for answers about the Aquaman deal; Turtle mopes over bad luck with women; Vince discovers how pricey his new neighborhood can be. Anthony Anderson and Bob Saget have cameos.

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Air date: Jul 10, 2005

Eric battles a defiant Walsh to arrange an early screening of Queens Boulevard ; Ari pitches a foreign commercial to Vince; and Turtle gets ready for a video-game showdown.

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Air date: Jul 17, 2005

Queens Boulevard bows at Sundance; Drama and Turtle compete for a woman; Eric meets with a big-time producer. James Cameron has a cameo.

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Air date: Jul 24, 2005

When the guys relocate to Malibu, Drama is annoyed by the long commute to an audition; Mandy Moore is up for the Aquagirl role, but Vince's silence on the matter speaks volumes.

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Air date: Jul 31, 2005

The boys go to a U2 concert for Drama's birthday; Turtle pitches in when Eric and Shauna have trouble with a reporter; and Vince attends a convention with his Aquaman costar.

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Air date: Aug 7, 2005

Vince is frank about Aquagirl ; Ari's partner, Terrance (Malcolm McDowell), makes an appearance; Eric buys a suit; and Drama and Turtle look forward to a Bat Mitzvah for Little Miss Ari.

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The second series of the HBO series "Entourage", which chronicles the exploits of hot young actor Vincent (Adrian Grenier) and his crew of loyal friends, finds agent Ari (Jeremy Piven) pushing hard for Vincent to take the lead in a James Cameron-directed adaptation of Aquaman. Vince agrees, but matters get complicated when an ex-girlfriend is cast as the female lead. Meanwhile, Drama (Kevin Dillon) contemplates plastic surgery to help boost his flailing acting career, Eric (Kevin Connoly) begins dating the daughter of Ari's partner/rival Terrance (Malcolm McDowell), and Turtle (Jerry Ferrara) does his best to protect Vince from various bad situations while trying to branch out into the music business.

Cast & Crew

Adrian Grenier
Vincent Chase
Kevin Connolly
Eric Murphy
Kevin Dillon
Johnny 'Drama' Chase
Jeremy Piven
Ari Gold
Debi Mazar
Shauna
Malcolm McDowell
Terrance McQuewick
Rhys Coiro
Billy Walsh
Stanely DeSantis
Scott Wick
Jordan Belfi
Adam Davies
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Mark Wahlberg
Executive Producer
Stephen Levinson
Executive Producer
Doug Ellin
Executive Producer
Larry Charles
Executive Producer
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  • Nov 06, 2020
    i found this show to be so much fun this was probably my favorite use of cable ever it was when i was like 18 and a half at virginia commonwealth university and a friend put this on (we may have been in henrico in a house with roommates once while i was on leave from the army) and i we'd watch this it was brilliant entertainment seeing the famous fantasy all the little quips (shopping parties events encounters) and details it was a highly polished entertaining series i don't think i watched every episode from the entire catalog but i made it through a portion and loved it i couldn't get enough from the entourage to the adventures the casts personalities were intoxicating the pseudo reality camera was nice too
  • Jul 08, 2015
    Majdnem életelbaltázás lesz, de aztán jóra fordulnak a dolgok, az anyukák személyében majdnem bejön egy nem teljesen felületes érzelmi szál, de aztán szerencsére elt?nnek a fenébe. A tesó üzemmód még mindig be van kapcsolva, a szerelem rozsdája csak a felszínt marja meg. A limonádéban a víz-citrom-cukor-jég arány tökéletes.
  • Apr 18, 2014
    Good until the halfway point.

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