Film star Vince Chase navigates the vapid terrain of Los Angeles with a close circle of friends and his trusty agent.
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Vince takes a surprising step after a first date with Sophia. A therapy session yields mixed results for Ari and Mrs. Ari, and Vince, Drama and Turtle urge Sloan to work things out with Eric.
The episode was rated 8.68 from 444 votes.
Despite a not-so-triumphant return, the guys party it up in NYC. After getting a tip from Vince's mom, E stalks Gus Van Sant to convince him to cast Vince in a role. Meanwhile, Vince reconnects with his high school sweetheart and Drama considers an investment opportunity.
The episode was rated 8.26 from 352 votes.
Turtle turns to his investors for more money when his new business partners eye an expensive property. Meanwhile, Eric and Melinda crash Sloan's date, the miner movie gets personal for Ari, and Vince woos Sophia.
The episode was rated 8.24 from 375 votes.
When Matt Damon and LeBron James send out a charity call, an unwilling Vince takes up the challenge. Ari tries to convince his wife that his deal with Terrance will be lucrative. Drama ponders a switch in careers. Eric makes plans to meet Sloan.
The episode was rated 8.10 from 359 votes.
Ari and Eric are worried because rolling blackouts have hit Los Angeles and it may cause a decrease in the box-office totals for "Aquaman" in the area. The two ponder how to keep Vince from finding out the situation.
The episode was rated 8.07 from 415 votes.
Vince gets a taste of the fashion world when he agrees to do a Dolce & Gabbana photo shoot with a gorgeous supermodel. Ari pays his respects at a funeral while he tries to work a deal for Vince.
The episode was rated 8.07 from 355 votes.
Eric worries about his future when Vince becomes despondent. Drama worries if he still has an agent and Turtle arranges an event for Saigon. Meanwhile, Vince meets with James Cameron to tell him he is quitting Aquaman and Ari tries to round up clients.
The episode was rated 8.06 from 384 votes.
While Vince is caught up being in love with Mandy, she is caught with her ex-fiancée. Ari's scheming at the agency backfires, leaving his future uncertain.
The episode was rated 8.05 from 395 votes.
Vince and the gang arrive at Sundance, eager to see the final cut of "Queens Boulevard" as well as to convince James Cameron to cast Vince in Aquaman. A chance encounter between Eric and Harvey Weingard, a studio big wig leads to an offer for Vince that is a safe alternative to "Aquaman," but Vince instead decides to take his chances and go for the superhero franchise. Although Cameron only sees about ten minutes of "Queens Boulevard," he decides to slot Vince in as his leading man.
The episode was rated 8.04 from 424 votes.
The gang heads to Vegas for a much-needed break and a $100,000 promotional appearance for Vince. But it turns out that Turtle reaps the benefits from the appearance. Eric gets jealous when Seth Green makes insinuating comments about Sloan. Vince and Ari partner at the tables, but Ari loses it when Vince's luck ends. Drama lays it on thick with his masseur, leading to an awkward misunderstanding between them.
The episode was rated 8.03 from 383 votes.
Ari tries to keep his wife's surprise party on track, the guys attempt to stage an intervention for Vince, and Turtle scrambles to find investors to save the tequila business.
The episode was rated 8.00 from 320 votes.
After scoring a first class seat next to Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Turtle makes a mile-high claim the guys just don't buy. While Ari is distracted, Josh Weinstein courts Vince.
The episode was rated 7.97 from 370 votes.
To avoid bankruptcy, Vince takes Shauna's and his accountant's advice by agreeing to make an appearance at a not-so-sweet-sixteen bash. After a fast and furious drag race in his new Ferrari, Ari ups the ante with Adam Davies. Still devastated by his breakup, Drama befriends a bottle of Johnny Walker Blue.
The episode was rated 7.95 from 382 votes.
Making the right call on a crucial career move calls for Vince and the guys to search for clarity and guidance in the arid expanse of Joshua Tree National Park. Meanwhile, Lloyd assists Ari in his time of need.
The episode was rated 7.95 from 357 votes.
During shooting of a pivotal scene for "Smokejumpers," Vince gets contradictory direction from Verner, and Ari and Dana Gordon try to put out the flames. After receiving an unexpected call, Turtle has a clandestine meeting.
The episode was rated 7.94 from 375 votes.
The guys go to extremes to keep Vince away from temptation after he gets out of rehab, but they're also worried about triggering a relapse when he's excited about a lame idea for a movie. Meanwhile, Ari pleads with his wife to end their separation, and Eric and Scott court new clients for their fledgling management company.
The episode was rated 7.94 from 403 votes.
Vince, Eric, Drama, and Turtle are forced to move out of the mansion. Eric moves in with Sloan and Drama wants to get an expensive condo. With "Medellin" getting into the early stages of pre-production, a surprise cast member is asked to direct.
The episode was rated 7.93 from 370 votes.
Eric and Vince are determined to get "Medellin" off the ground, but the rights to the script stand in their way. Feeling tense the day of the "Five Towns" premiere, Drama seeks relief at a massage parlor, but can't avoid Daily Variety. At the auto-body shop, Turtle meets a girl who shares his love for limited-edition sneakers, but her overbearing father hampers his game.
The episode was rated 7.93 from 351 votes.
After arriving at the Cannes Film Festival, the guys attempt to sell Medellin for a good price, before the movie is even screened. In the end, the film is bought from an unlikely source, at a much lower price than anyone wanted. In the meantime, Drama enjoys his celebrity status, since Viking Quest is very popular in France.
The episode was rated 7.92 from 358 votes.
Ari gets unsettling news from his lawyer about his divorce. Eric is floored by a gift from Melinda Clarke, but unnerved by a revelation from Johnny Galecki. Vince deals with the fallout from his interview and Turtle meets his new business partners.
The episode was rated 7.91 from 368 votes.
Last updated: feb 04, 2023
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