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Entourage: Buzzed

Vincent tries a new look and shocks everyone. Not only that, but he is definitely different than he has been due to the accident. Turtle's business credit card gets declined at breakfast. Drama really needs to get some work. Ari gets the deal of a lifetime thanks to the NFL.

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Episode Info  

Episode number: 7x2
Airdate: Sunday July 11th, 2010

Director: Tucker Gates
Writer: Ally Musika

Alternate Airdates:

UK (sky ATLANTIC) Feb 03, 2011

Special Guest Stars
Bob SagetBob Saget
As Himself
Debi MazarDebi Mazar
As Shauna
Jerry JonesJerry Jones
As Himself
Maria MenounosMaria Menounos
As Herself

Guest Stars
Autumn ReeserAutumn Reeser
As Lizzie Grant
Dania RamirezDania Ramirez
As Alex
Janet MontgomeryJanet Montgomery
As Jennie
Jonathan KeltzJonathan Keltz
As Jake Steinberg
Nick CassavetesNick Cassavetes
As Himself
Scott CaanScott Caan
As Scotty Lavin
Megan ParkMegan Park
As Unknown

Co-Guest Stars
Frank MaharajhFrank Maharajh
As Agent Raj
Dan Brodsky-chonfeldDan Brodsky-chonfeld
As Skydive Instructor
Dennis MooneyDennis Mooney
As Lee Gordon
E.L. WoodyE.L. Woody
As Camera Man


E, Turtle, and Drama are at the diner and just had breakfast. They are all fighting over who will pay and Turtle goes to pay for it but his car is declined. E calls Vince who was still in bed. Vince has a press interview and he wants to get a hair cut. Ari and his wife are going to the valley for a chandelier that was originally owned by Sophia Loren. His phone rings and Jerry Jones (the owner of the Cowboys) calls him. He needs to sell their television rights and he needs to come in around 2pm so he has to drop off his wife and go get everything figured out so that he is prepared for the meeting. The guys run into Vince and he cut his hair very short. Vince wants E to read the scripts for Drama to pick the best one. ..

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