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Regarding Sunday Night's Entourage ...
2007-07-30 09:50
by Jon Weisman

Spoiler alert.

Shouldn't the private investigator have been able to find out and reveal to Ari that the son of the headmaster (Dan Castelleneta) worked for a rival agency? Obviously, that was pertinent information.

I laughed at parts of the second half of Sunday's episode, after spending the first half thinking how stupid it was. Flight of the Conchords wasn't one of their best, however, except for Murray's song at the end. The joke about racial bias against New Zealanders wasn't any more clever than the kind of material critics are ripping upcoming ABC series Caveman to shreds for.

2007-07-30 09:59:43
1.   Greg Brock
Yeah, it wasn't one of the best FotC eps. But it's the style of humor that gets me every week. When the deadpan is that refined, almost everything is funny.

Entourage. Um, yeah. Other than Ari's George Bailey moment, the other storyline was just ludicrous and pointless.

2007-07-30 16:36:50
2.   Mark T.R. Donohue
It was the first time in a while I remember seeing a genuinely stand-alone "Entourage." The show doesn't do self-contained episodes very well at all. It's best when it sticks to the "soap opera for guys" model.
2007-07-30 16:55:05
3.   trainwreck
I guess I am alone in liking last night's FotC. I also liked the cameos by comedians I know.

Entourage is just bad. They created Ari's son out of nowhere this year just so they could get Ari on more. The only reason I watched the show was because I found it funny and it has not been funny in awhile.

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