A benevolent Vince defies his friends' advice and gives an old nemesis, producer Carl Ertz (Kim Coates), a second chance when he claims to be interested in the miner movie. Meanwhile, Andrew Dice Clay takes a stand on his "Johnny's Bananas" contract, despite Drama's disapproval;...
Shauna goes into damage-control mode when Vince must pass a drug test after being caught in a compromising position; Ari escorts an old flame to Bobby Flay's restaurant to get back at his wife following a rancorous session of couples therapy. Cowritten by Jerry Ferrara, who...
Songs: Brand Nubian -- Don't Let It Go To Your Head
Dissatisfied with his new "Johnny's Bananas" costar, Drama hatches a plan to bring Andrew Dice Clay back to the show. Meanwhile, Vince tries to do his own damage control with a Vanity Fair interview; Eric bonds with Sloan's ex-stepmother over their romantic woes; and Ari's recent tryst makes for an awkward business meeting with Dana Gordon.
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; Turtle meets his new business partners. Cowritten by Jerry Ferrara.
Songs: Abbe May -- Mammalian Locomotion
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. Directed by Kevin Connolly, who plays Eric.
In the series finale, 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.