Critic Consensus: Entourage's senior season smartly veers away from being a show about consistent success to a biting satire of artistic folly, but the crew's stubborn commitment to behaving badly irks more than it endears.
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as Vince Chase
as Mrs. Ari
as Billy Walsh
as Harvey Weingard
as Dana Gordon
as Nick Rubenstein
as Josh Weinstein
as CIA Agent
as Police Chief
as Clapper Juan
as Set Decorator
as Jonah Gold
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What I do have a problem with, however, is that I'm just not laughing as much anymore. I get a couple of good chuckles an episode, and maybe one or two laugh-out-loud bits, but that pales with how I reacted to the first and, especially, second seasons.
Entourage remains a fine show, but I do find myself growing a little tired of the characters and repetitious stories. It seems like maybe the characters don't have the depth to sustain the series for years to come.
Is it funny? You bet, but isn't it time the writers developed these characters a little more?
The season began with one of the greatest season openers for a comedy series in recent memory.
I came to a disconcerting realization: Entourage is kinda awful.... The show's dearth of moralism came to feel like a stubborn adolescent refusal to acknowledge that life is anything more than, like a totally bitching non-stop party.
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