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Monday, July 24, 2006

It's Good to be Vincent Chase

SPOILERS! The carefree existence of Vince shows once again how wonderful it is to be a Hollywood star. Fired from starring in the sequel to the movie that made you a hit, being declared the T.O. of Hollyood, but no worries if you're Vince--just find a very attractive waitress and have sex in the coat room.

Eric and Ari, however, lack such stress free existences. Eric (but seemingly not Sloan) cannot escape the ramifications of his threesome (and cuddling) although he may have finally gotten over it as Tori returned to New York. Ari has seemingly settled with Terrence (or, as he calls him, E's father-in-law) in one of the classic negotiations in TV history. There is little doubt that Ari is the most exciting part of the show and the ever increasing Ari/Mrs. Ari relationship (now that she and Frank the Tank split up) is fantastic. (Btw, I have heard claims that the woman Ari claimed had her stomach stapled was played by Haviland Morris, most famous for playing Jake Ryan's (and then Farmer Ted's) girlfriend. I have not gotten confirmation of this, however. Anyone?)

But, not a lot happened last night with the exception of the Ari plotline. One particularly great line in Drama's commenting on how women too freely drop the term "stalker," but certainly not an episode in the pantheon. Nonetheless, it keeps me intrigued enough to look forward to next Sunday.

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IMDB isn't giving her a credit for it, for what it's worth.

7/24/2006 3:05 PM  
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I saw that, and that is why I'm skeptical

7/24/2006 3:49 PM  
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