The boys begin their day at Ari's office. They pair off: Drama prepares to meet his potential new agent and drags Turtle with him while Eric and Vince attend a special meeting. The "meeting" is basically an ego-booster for Vince where a roomful of agents try to entice him with potential projects. Drama discovers that his situation is an entirely different story when he finds his new agent answering his own phone in a cubicle. When he explains that it's going to be hard to find new jobs, an angered Drama storms out with some, ummm, dramatic parting words. Later, the boys attend Gary Busey's art opening where they bump into aspiring agent Josh Weinstein and a dejected Drama meets another old actor friend who is a waiter for a catering company. They leave the opening with an invitation to a hot beach party and go out with a bang, thanks to Turtle. Emily lets Ari know that he should be a little nervous about the whole situation. Turtle confronts Gary Busey with some interesting results. ...
Did You Know?
During a shot of Vince, Eric and Ari early on it the episode, the white wall behind them is just a little too refelctive. This causes the boom mic to be visible in the background of the shot. See more
In the name of art, and everything art stands for, remember this: art is only the search, it is not the final form.
References Lethal Weapon
Written by Jim Morrison
and Robby Krieger
Performed by The Doors
The boys look off as the sun sets on the Pacific, enjoying the moment. Fade to end credits See more