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Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg Return to WWII for The Pacific

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Ricky Gervais Gets Animated For The Ricky Gervais Show

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Tremé Brings Colorful Characters, Music, and Drama to HBO

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Claire Danes Goes Autistic For HBO

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TV Review: Entourage 5.12 – Return To Queens Blvd

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The gang returns home to New York City, but Hollywood seems to follow. Vince’s mom tells him and Eric that Gus Van Sant is in town and in need of a replacement for Joaquin Phoenix due to an injury.

TV Review: Entourage 5.11 – Play’n With Fire

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Vince takes Verner’s criticisms from last week to heart, but the director ends up firing Vince on the spot.

TV Review: Entourage 5.10 – Seth Green Day

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Vince gets humiliated on the set of Smokejumpers with a shrinking number of lines and a passive-aggressive director. Eric gets humiliated by Seth Green while trying to close a deal for another client.

TV Review: Entourage 5.9 – Pie

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Vince’s first day on the set of Smokejumpers starts with a dickish Drama, includes feelings of nervousness, and ends with a realization that Vince’s career has sunk so low that Jason Patric actually carries more weight.

TV Review: Entourage 5.4 – Fire Sale

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Ari finally shows interest in Eric’s screenwriters and their script, but it may be too late. The writing duo see this additional interest and decide that they should be making more money. Drama has come to terms with his recent break-up and is preparing to make an appearance on The View.