Join Emmy winning Entourage creator, Doug Ellin and Emmy nominated star Kevin Dillon, for a weekly comedy podcast, where they relive the hit HBO show, one episode at a time. Each week, they will deep-dive discuss, an episode of Entourage. Featuring behind the scenes stories, as well as thoughts about their 50 plus years combined Hollywood experiences. Podcast producer, Kevin Connolly, (also an Entourage cast member) will pop in periodically, for color, as will many of your favorite guest stars and cast members. Funny and dramatic, from the guys who brought you the definitive TV show about Hollywood, this is one not to miss.
The First Cut is the Deepest Part 2 (Kevin Dillon Edition)
Doug Ellin is on the IR with Covid 19. Kevin Dillon is back from the east coast and is in studio to give his thoughts on Season 4 Episode 2.
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Season 4 Episode 2 "The First Cut is the Deepest"
The guys talk Season 4 Episode 2 and discuss the pain and agony of watching the first cut of ANY project!
Farrell Randal "Randy" Sklar and Jason Nathan Sklar sit with the guys to talk about their roles as Jeff and Jim, the troubled twins, at the Miller Gold Agency.
The Art of the Press Junket
Kevin Dillon does his press junket for "Wire Room" and the guys make their parlay picks for Week 1 of Football season.
Welcome to the Jungle (Season 4 Episode 1)
The guys welcome Rhys Coiro to discuss the legendary episode "Welcome to the Jungle" Season 4 Episode 1
In conclusion...a great podcast to accompany a binge re-watch of Entourage - bring it back!
What a great find! Thanks for doing this Podcast! I will admit I stumbled on it by accident. I don’t usually leave reviews but I’m going to leave one. A long one. Sorry! The nutshell version is that I’m really enjoying the podcast and hearing the insider download of each episode (although try to stay on topic eh). DE, KC, and KD are fantastic. Reboot Entourage, please. And yes, get Adrian on the show! Long version: I remember watching Entourage as a young person and having my boyfriend at the time rather annoyed with me for it - it was something that him and his entourage of guy friends would watch together. Fast forward, I recently rediscovered the show on a streaming service and likewise had the same reaction from my husband - except he didn’t like the show at all. He would walk by and see scenes that were, in fairness, a bit vulgar looking, and would shake his head. I’m an over-educated, academic professional and the polar opposite to anything in the show (Except maybe E - the good moral compass), which is probably why my husband was so confused - so why did I like Entourage? The stories and the characters were GOOD. Full stop. The scripts were excellent. The actors filled the boots of the characters like they were meant to be. I loved being taken away to this crazy, fun world to see how the characters would navigate what came their way…and that’s what made it so great - it was about the story and character development. Which seems to be lacking in a lot of TV/Film these days. And if things were said and done that were the opposite to my own values…well that’s fiction. That’s TV/Film. It’s OK! People who watch horror, dark dystopian or crime shows don’t also share those sorts of values - and so many people watch them (I know I can’t watch those genres!! but I don’t judge). So I don’t think Entourage should be judged as such - it’s not necessary. You could (and should) reboot the show because even if anything had to be adjusted for today’s times (which makes for a story itself) - it would still stand on its own because the characters and the stories were just that good. And you’re right, it would be fascinating to see the characters navigate “today” and what they might be doing. So much has changed, from technology to the industry to the world - to people looking inside of themselves and trying new things - that the stories would be fresh and fun and there's still room for more character development. So thanks again for the podcast - keep it going. Bring Entourage back - it wouldn’t even be a “reboot”, it would just be Entourage: Next! Finally - it would be great if Adrian came on the podcast, it’s definitely a gap.
Kevins> Doug Ellin
This podcast is good. But it could be great. Doug Ellin is a great writer, don’t get me wrong, but he is a nightmare on this podcast. Always so negative, always trying to pick fights with Kevin Connolly and constantly rehashing old stories he’s bitter about(examples: how he doesn’t like HBO because they passed on another one of his projects, how entourage wouldn’t work in today’s culture, how he doesn’t get paid enough to do victory the podcast, constantly talking about his other podcast “ramble on”) Honestly he is cringey to listen to. If it was somehow possible to get him replaced with Jerry Ferrara aka Turtle, this podcast would be a home run.
Love the show, thanks for this. VICTORY!