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.
Season 3 Episode 10 "I Wanna Be Sedated" (Is that something you might be interested in)
The guys discuss Martin Landau, Joey Ramone and the origin of "Is that something you might be interested in"
Vegas Baby, Vegas!
Live at the Brea Improv
The guys discuss Season 3 Episode 8 and Johnny Drama's anger issues.
The guys talk about the repercussions of a threesome and Doug Ellin's shocking resemblance to Val Kilmer.
Dillon is back and the guys talk Season 3 Episode 6, and the Do's and Don'ts of a threesome!
The guys wonder where the Conor McGregor chair is and it's doubtful that legendary actor Malcolm McDowell can help.
Rupert Pupkin 4 Ever
Rewatching Entourage got me through university and a break up. This podcast is getting me through working in child psych ... during a pandemic ... while in grad school. Gave you all 5 stars but you deserve 6! ELITE - don’t stop until the reboot! 😘
Lost its Charm
I watched this show over and over again when I was younger. Absolutely obsessed. Listened to the podcast and it made me want to rewatch the show, so I did.
Doug Ellin loves to call himself “as down the middle as they come” in the podcast but rewatching the show showed me that Doug Ellin writing doubles as Zionist propaganda and Islamophobic tropes. From Ari talking about refusing the let people “take things from him” because of his “Israeli blood” which is a hilariously skewed interpretation of history, to the IDF soldiers making terrorist jokes about Palestinians, to Drama saying Amanda would wear a Yarmulke to the Gaza Strip for Vince - listening to Doug Ellin try and portray himself as a guy who cares about everyone comes off as stale and contrived. Dillon and Connolly genuinely seem like decent guys, but the anti-Arab sentiments in Doug’s speech and writing makes the podcast a tough listen.
Great podcast. The banter between the guys reminds me of listening to the guys from entourage hanging out. If you’re a fan of the show, then you will love this podcast