Boys Are Back in Town
The boys are back -- and Ari, eager for a project, pushes "Aquaman." Eric has an official title now, but his status is questioned when he has to make a "sex date" with Kristen. Drama's agent may be moving up, but his head shots are stuck in the past.
My Maserati Does 185
Vince agrees to a starlet's pet project. Eric reluctantly lets a Perfect Ten model "take care of him" at a beach party, where Turtle misrepresents his position to get a girl. Ari gets steamed up convincing the boys to read the 'Aquaman' script.
When Vince falls for a house outside his price range, he suddenly sees the value of doing a franchise film. Meanwhile, the boys get psyched for a slumber party at the Mansion -- but Drama's been "banned for life" by Hef.
An Offer Refused
As Vince and Turtle are carried away by top-dollar decorating, Eric is anxious to get an offer in writing. Drama decides on elective surgery. Ari breaks a deal in therapy with Mrs. Ari, and hotshot director Billy has big news about "Queens Blvd."
Vince discovers why his gorgeous neighbor Staci has been so friendly. Eric regrets the past when he has to get through yet another gate kept by Emily. Ari tries to blackmail Dana into getting a meeting with an important director.
Ari encourages Vince to shoot a lucrative foreign commercial, and Drama wants to get in on the action. Eric struggles to convince Walsh to release an advance print of "Queens Blvd." Turtle preps for an Xbox tournament.
The Sundance Kids
Within moments of arriving at Sundance, Eric lands a lunch with studio bigwig -- and gets an offer for Vince that might be too good to refuse. Ari advises him to play it safe, and Vince wants to roll the dice. Turtle and Drama don't want to share.
One of the names on the short list to play "Aquagirl" exposes a secret from Vince's past that makes Eric feel slighted. Ari gets bumped from an important list. Drama and Turtle try to enjoy their temporary new house.
I Love You Too
Vince makes a splash at a convention with his new co-star. When neither Eric nor Shauna can appease a bitter journalist, Turtle sends a pair of professionals to the rescue. Ari gives Drama a rockin' birthday gift.
The Bat Mitzvah
Vince gets up-front about his feelings for Aquagirl, sending everyone into a panic. Meanwhile, Ari's partner Terrance resurfaces, Eric splurges on an "investment" suit, and Drama and Turtle have high hopes for Little Miss Ari's Bat Mitzvah.
Blue Balls Lagoon
Vince receives courting lessons from Terrance and a gift from Ari, Shauna flips over a press leak, and Eric gets attention -- and ammo -- from Terrance's daughter. Meanwhile, Drama grows overexcited about a co-star, and Turtle plays ambassador for Vince.
Good Morning Saigon
When Vince and his co-star act out of character, Ari and Eric must face a team of angry handlers -- and each other. Meanwhile, Drama and Turtle make a musical discovery while retrieving a stolen car.
Vince is blinded by love, and Eric gets cozy with Sloan. Meanwhile, Ari gets shot down in the war room, and Drama and Turtle use their paparazzi skills on an important spy mission.
Vince's despondent mood forces Eric to consider fending for himself. Meanwhile, Ari has meetings at a coffee shop and Drama and Turtle make a vow of silence.
When Vince's plan to bring a "premiere-worthy" date to the Aquaman premiere fails, Eric bails him out with a Plan B. Turtle and Drama's attempt to get two extra tickets for a couple of "video ho's" incites the ire of Vince's co-star.
One Day in the Valley
Vince's steamy post-premiere plans for 'Aquaman' leave Drama hot and bothered. A series of L.A. blackouts threatens to undermine 'Aquaman''s chances of eclipsing 'Spider-Man''s opening-weekend numbers.
Vince welcomes a long-lost friend from back home as the next addition to the entourage, sending panic through the ranks. Ari sabotages his daughter's friendship with a young TV star.
Guys and Doll
With "Aquaman" a megahit, Vince's dream project, "Medellin," is now within reach -- but to get an offer, he must first charm the film's multimillionaire producer. The entourage's opinion of Dom, their newest member, begins to change.
Crash and Burn
Facing a scheduling conflict, Vince, Eric and Ari must figure out how to keep the "Aquaman" sequel afloat without upsetting "Medellin''s Oscar(R)-winning director. When Saigon's song finally blows up on the radio, Turtle requests a sit-down with Ari.
Vince ups his price for "Aquaman 2," forcing Ari to ask the studio head for a favor again. But Vince won't accept the studio's offer until Ari gets Drama a job. Meanwhile, Eric's girlfriend and her best friend make him an offer he can't refuse.
Eric finds himself falling for the wrong girl after his threesome. Ari and Terrance reach an agency settlement. Vince agrees to be auctioned off at Sloan's charity function.
Things are looking up when the guys get news that "Queens Boulevard" is getting a wide release. Ari must make a deal with an old adversary to survive threats from the Five Families, and Drama is tense about an important audition.
Vegas Baby, Vegas!
The guys head to Vegas for a much-needed break and a $100K promo appearance for Vince. Eric's jealous side is brought out by Seth Green's insinuating comments about Sloan. Vince and Ari partner at the tables, but Ari freaks out when Vince's luck wavers.
I Wanna Be Sedated
It's the day of Turtle's record-deal signing, but Saigon is MIA. Ari plays matchmaker by dumping old-school producer Bob Ryan on Eric. But after hours sequestered in Ryan's mansion, Eric finds what may be the perfect project for Vince.
What About Bob?
Eric, Ari and Bob Ryan pitch The Ramones project to the studios, but Ari and Bob clash when both vie for the driver's seat. Turtle covets some limited-edition sneakers and Vince helps him work every connection to get a pair.
Vince and the guys evaluate new opportunities with the help of Drama's point system. Ari scrambles to save The Ramones project (and himself) from getting the ax.
Less Than 30
It's Vince's birthday, and with it comes the promise of a new year -- and a new (hot) agent, Amanda, who wants Vince to do a high-profile period film. Meanwhile, Eric and Vince agree to have a friendly lunch with Ari. Turtle takes the reins planning Vince's birthday blowout, but rising costs force him to seek alternative funds.
Dog Day Afternoon
Vince and Eric procrastinate over the period movie, rankling Amanda. Meanwhile, Eric plans a romantic weekend with Sloan, but can't tell Vince that they want to go solo. Turtle and Drama find dream dates at the hottest singles spot in L.A. Meanwhile,
After railing on Eric and Vince for giving her the runaround, Amanda makes Vince an offer he can't refuse. Babs orders Ari to fire an employee, but he must overcome an unwanted side effect he's been experiencing since his breakup with Vince --compassion.
Drama finds out he's to be the target on Pauly Shore's new 'Punk'd'-like reality show, and thinks he's in on the joke. Eric attempts to smooth out tensions between Vince and Amanda, but they've already been relieved. Meanwhile, Ari's frat brother visits.
Return of the King
A casting change puts 'Medellin' back on the table for Vince. Ari and producer Nick Rubenstein must broker the deal between Amanda and the studio by day's end, but because it's Yom Kippur they can't use the most important tools of their trade (cell phones) until after sundown.
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.'
The Prince's Bride
Drama has an offer from Brett Ratner for "Rush Hour 3." Ari finds a backer for "Medellin," but the source of his wealth, and his wife's intentions toward Vince, are shady. Turtle has a date with Kelly--under the watchful eye of her father.
Vince and the guys say goodbye to the mansion. Eric gets flack from the boys for staying with Sloan, while Drama gets fixated on a condo that is way out of his price range. The guys approach Billy Walsh to direct "Medellin.'"
Welcome to the Jungle
Eric and Billy clash and Billy develops an infatuation with Vince's beautiful Colombian co-star that becomes increasingly disruptive. Meanwhile, Drama tries to angle for a part in the film, and Ari provides color commentary from his L.A. office.
The First Cut Is the Deepest
Drama plans a welcome-back party for Vince at his new condo, but his obsession with keeping the place pristine puts a damper on the festivities. Ari and Mrs. Ari learn that their son may not get into their daughter's exclusive private school.
Billy submits "Medellin" to Cannes, but Eric thinks the film still needs major editing. Vince gets in over his head while hanging at a Malibu beach house. Drama rekindles a romance with a '90s party girl, and brings Turtle along as his wingman.
Eric has to give a Hollywood heavyweight some bad news. In the hopes of getting annexed to 90210, Drama takes the mayor of Beverly Hills out for a night on the town. Ari mishandles a top-secret script.
The Dream Team
The "Medellin" trailer is leaked on YouTube, and an enraged Billy blames Eric. In an effort to appear younger, Drama gets a scrip for a medical-marijuana facility -- so he can purchase the club's stylish cap.
The Weho Ho
Billy makes amends with Eric, who's still reluctant to work with him again. After his boyfriend breaks up with him, a devastated Lloyd takes a leave of absence, to Ari's dismay. Turtle goes in on his cousin Ronnie's latest shady investment opportunity.
The Day Fu*kers
Vince and Drama wager on the romantic prospects of Eric and Turtle. Ari tries to come to grips with the indignation of his son attending public school.
Eric gets an office on a shoddy stretch of Hollywood Blvd. As a gift for E, Vince, Drama and Turtle scope out an antique desk with a rich Hollywood history, but learn that it's already been sold to an actor with whom they have their own colorful past.
The Young and the Stoned
Eric gets in a fender bender with Anna Faris and believes they shared "a little moment." Turtle picks up a few provisions (and a few girls) at the market for an impromptu afternoon party, but gets momentarily sidetracked on the way home.
Ari receives Billy's script for Vince's project, but Billy's interpretation is vastly different from the adaptation he was commissioned to write. While Ari scrambles to keep the studio interested in the project, Eric is busy managing some domestic issues.
No Cannes Do
A code orange at LAX threatens the guys' chances of getting to Cannes in time for the 'Medellin' premiere. Ari attempts to assuage the feelings of Mrs. Ari and Lloyd, who each make it clear that they want to accompany him on the trip.
The Cannes Kids
At Cannes, the guys party it up and attend to the business of selling "Medellin," a not-so-easy task since the finished film has yet to be screened. Meanwhile, Drama enjoys the benefits of the overseas popularity of "Viking Quest."
As dismal reviews for "Medellin" continue to roll in, Vince hides out in a Mexican paradise with Turtle. Meanwhile, producer Carl Ertz wants a meeting with Vince about a role in a guaranteed hit, and Eric and Ari try to persuade him to come back to LA.
Unlike a Virgin
Vince is feeling insecure about more than just his career when former flame, Justine Chapman, pawns him off on her friend at a party. Eric offers to represent two writers of an indie film script but can't get them Vince, or any help from Ari.
The All Out Fall Out
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.
Ari shows interest in Eric's indie script, imagining it as a big studio production with Vince as the lead. However, believing they now have a bidding war on their hands, the writers up their price.
To help Vince clear his mind and make a major career decision, Drama gets the guys to go on a mind-opening trip to Joshua Tree. Lloyd reluctantly covers for Ari at home, and helps him through a bad trip.
Ari wagers on a role for Vince in a game of golf with Alan Gray. After causing a televised car chase, Dom asks Vince to bail him out, but only Eric can afford it. Desperate for a job, Turtle agrees to be Drama's personal assistant.
Gotta Look Up To Get Down
Vince gets a taste of the fashion world when he agrees to do a Dolce and Gabbana photo shoot with a gorgeous supermodel. Ari pays his respects, while he tries to work a deal for Vince at a funeral.
First Class Jerk
After scoring a first class seat next to Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Turtle has a mile-high claim the guys just don't buy. While Ari is distracted, Josh Weinstein courts Vince.
On the set of "Smokejumpers," Vince contends with first day jitters and his intimidating co-star Jason Patric. Ari has lunch with an old friend and mentor, Andrew Klein, who needs Ari's help.
Seth Green Day
E's new client Charlie gets his pilot script picked up, but the studio wants to cast E's arch nemesis, Seth Green. Vince confronts Verner, "Smokejumpers" exacting director, who tells Vince to work on his bad habits.
Play'n With Fire
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.
Return to Queens Blvd
The guys party it up in NYC despite a not-so-triumphant return. 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.
Vince is back in the fast lane, preparing for his driving test and an appearance with Jay Leno to promote the premiere of "Gatsby," his new movie directed by Martin Scorsese. Meanwhile, with a nudge from Sloan, Eric considers moving into his own house.
Eric invites Sloan to Vince's premiere, but just "as friends." Ari arranges a friend date between Mrs. Ari and Andrew's wife, but his new partner's actions threaten to foil Ari's plans. Meanwhile, Lloyd goes on a crash diet per Ari's demand.
One Car, Two Car, Red Car, Blue Car
After receiving extravagant birthday gifts from Vince and Jamie-Lynn, Turtle contemplates his future career path, and seeks out Ari for advice. Meanwhile, Eric gets nervous about Charlie's pilot after getting some unsolicited feedback from his new fling.
Runnin' On E
With production on his film delayed, Vince searches for ways to amuse himself. Andrew tells Ari he's ended his affair with a co-worker, but Ari has Lloyd keep an eye on him anyway. Drama auditions actresses to play his new love interest on Five Towns.
At a charity golf tournament, Vince and Drama up the stakes with teammates Mark Wahlberg and Tom Brady. Having fielded an awkward situation with Sloan, Eric gets a job offer. After refusing to break 'guy code,' Ari finds himself in the doghouse.
Eric considers the management-company offer while trying to patch things up with Ashley after a Freudian slip. Ari finally gets Mrs. Ari to forgive him at home, but an appearance by Mrs. Klein tests his resolve at work.
No More Drama
Vince and Turtle decide to arm themselves after a break-in. Drama goes to desperate measures to repair his tarnished relationship with a network exec. On his first day at his job, Eric butts heads with a manager over who can close Bob Saget as a client.
The Sorkin Notes
Eric agrees to meet up with Sloan, but rethinks their whole relationship after Ashley calls him. Andrew's meltdown puts a big deal in jeopardy. Fearing for their safety, Vince and the boys decide to call in the pros.
The guys step up their security after a suspicious break-in. After Ari steals teen heartthrob Zac Efron from Adam Davies, Davies counters by offering Lloyd a job as an agent. Meanwhile, Drama follows up on an insider tip on Vince's suspected stalker.
Drama eyes a part on "Melrose 2009" and asks Lloyd if he can get him out of his current gig. Still irate over Lloyd's job offer, Ari goes to war against Lloyd to get Drama out of his contract. Ashley asks Eric if she can read his emails.
Eric visits his doctor's office after getting some unsavory news from Drama about his latest fling. Ari investigates Terrance after he unexpectedly offers to sell Ari his share of his agency. Meanwhile, Turtle prepares for Jamie-Lynn's departure.
Give a Little Bit
Eric plans a special lunch for Sloan. Ari tries to convince his wife that buying Terrance's company is not a personal vendetta.Turtle makes a grand gesture to Jamie-Lynn. Drama turns down a chance to re-audition for "Melrose 2009."
The director of Vince's latest film talks his star into doing his own driving stunt, agitating both Eric and Ari. A crush threatens Turtle's car-service business. Ari looks to add to his resume by aligning with the NFL.
In the midst of a PR crisis over Vince's movie, Ari makes time for a face-to-face with Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and other top NFL executives--and gets some unexpected help from a black-sheep agent. Eric helps Drama find the perfect script.
Eric and Phil try to convince Drama that he has talent on the sitcom front. Ari resists Barbara's urgings to have Lizzie promoted at TMA. With his car-service business in shambles, Turtle is intrigued by a business proposal from a sympathetic Alex.
Turtle gets a business pitch from Alex. Drama enlists Bob Saget to help him smooth things out with John Stamos. Ari's euphoria after making an NFL pitch to a group of high rollers is lowered when he learns that Lizzie may be poaching some of his clients.
Vince is impressed by porn star Sasha Grey. Suspecting that Lizzie is trying to steal his clients, Ari woos Jessica Simpson, Aaron Sorkin and Mike Tyson, but not before taking his ire out on Mrs. Ari.
Facing a possible lawsuit, Ari readies himself to do battle with Lizzie and her new boss, his old foe Amanda Daniels. Vince puts his next big-budget movie in jeopardy with his antics, including a risque online video.
Tequila and Coke
Seeking assurance that Vince is under control, director Randall Wallace calls a meeting, but Vince parties a bit too hard the night before. Ari agrees to help Lizzie find a job in exchange for some potentially damaging audiotapes.
Sniff Sniff Gang Bang
Eric is told by Phil Yagoda that the network is interested in Drama's show. In the wake of bad press, Ari attempts to fashion a kinder, gentler persona at work and at home. Demand for Turtle's tequila line outpaces production, so he looks for funding.
Porn Scenes From an Italian Restaurant
To keep her out of a porn film, Vince tries to land Sasha a part on his new movie. During a chance run-in with Queen Latifah, Ari finds out that Amanda Daniels may have landed a deal he'd coveted. Eric tries to get Drama on board for Billy Walsh's series.
Ari tries desperately to keep a surprise party for Mrs. Ari on track. The guys attempt to stage an intervention for Vince, who has gone off the deep end. Turtle scrambles to find investors to save the tequila business.
Home Sweet Home
Fresh from rehab, Vince is psyched about a new film idea, but the guys do not share his excitement. Eric and Scott sign Johnny Galecki to their management company. Ari tries desperately to win back Mrs. Ari. Drama throws Vince a 'dry' welcome-home party.
Out With A Bang
Vince's movie is re-imagined as a TV film starring Drama. Ari takes Lloyd on a recon mission. Turtle can't get Alex on the phone. Eric receives a surprising voicemail from Sloan; and Andrew Dice Clay, Drama's co-star on 'Johnny's Bananas,' needs representation.
One Last Shot
Vince bumps into old foe Carl Ertz, who expresses interest in producing the miner movie. Although "Johnny's Bananas" has yet to air, Andrew Dice Clay convinces Drama that they should renegotiate their contracts. Lloyd sets Ari up on a date.
After Vince finds himself at a crime scene, the guys go to ingenious lengths to make sure he passes a drug test, while Shauna manages damage control with the press. In the wake of a sour couples' therapy session, Ari gets back at Mrs. Ari.
With things not panning out with his co-star, Drama plots to get Dice back on the show. Eric meets up with Sloan's ex-stepmother, and the two end up commiserating over their exes. In an effort to repair his image, Vince agrees to a Vanity Fair interview..
The Big Bang
After his interview, Vince tries to make things right with journalist Sophia Lear. Ari gets a reality check from his lawyer about his divorce. Eric receives an over-the-top gift from Melinda Clarke, and some unsettling news from Johnny Galecki.
Second To Last
Vince continues to woo Sophia. The DeLucas fall in love with a pricey restaurant space, forcing Turtle to pitch his investors for more money. Distraught over Sloan, Eric turns to Melinda (again) and the pair crash Sloan's date.
After a first date, Vince pulls out all the stops for Sophia. Ari and Mrs. Ari take a step forward, and a step back, at therapy. Drama, Turtle and Vince try to convince Sloan to give Eric another chance.