Entourage s08e08 Episode Script

The End

Vince Chase is standing by his brother and I'm standing by both of them.
- We're making a movie.
- Seriously? Yes! You're smart for getting me into this tequila thing.
I knew this thing was going to be huge because you told me it was going to be.
Turtle's a millionaire? - I still love my wife.
- Then go back to her.
- She doesn't want me.
- She wants something you're not giving her.
He is very persistent, your friend, though, isn't he? Vince is the best guy I've ever known.
Just give him a shot, Sophia.
Most bizarre courtship of my life.
I'm pregnant, E.
And as much as you think I'm a slut, I haven't been with anyone but you, so it's yours.
I'm going to New York like I planned.
And I don't want or need anything from you ever.
Oooh! yeah yeah! yeah yeah yeah, my mind had been enabled in the memory you overflow I wanna be your superhero even if I tumble, fall I'm okay you know I need you desperately I wanna be your superhero yeah, oh yeah oh yeah.
- Hey.
- Yo yo.
- Yo.
- Hey, where you been? Only on the best - Ah, so she wasn't overhyped? - Not at all.
In fact, I've got something - to tell you guys.
- No, we've got something to tell you first.
That's gotta wait.
This is bigger.
I don't know about that, bro.
I'm telling you, this is bigger.
What is it? I think I'm getting married.
- What? - Come on, Vince.
I'm serious.
I'm absolutely in love with this woman.
What? Was the sex that good? Well, yeah, but that's not it.
It's that or you're back on drugs.
I'm clearer than I've ever been.
Well, did you drug her? No.
Guys, I tried telling you the moment I met her, this is it.
I thought you guys helped me 'cause you believed.
We believe, Vince.
It's just taping your exes' testimonies to marriage is a pretty big leap.
We need a little time to adjust.
No time.
We're going to Paris tonight and I want you all at the ceremony.
Are you sure you didn't take any drugs, bro? I'm clean and sober.
I'm 100% sure about this.
- Then we're in.
- Good.
Now let's hear you top that news.
Sloan's pregnant.
- Ari? - What? - Ari! - What is it? Your football coaches are here.
- What? - The ones you paid a fortune to come - and motivate your troops.
- Right right right.
Send them to the troops.
I don't need motivation.
Actually, you do.
And you went against my vote on this, so please just get up - and at least say hello.
- Okay.
And try to present some strength.
They can potentially bring in some very big clients for our sports department.
Do I not look strong? There they are! Barry.
How are you, guys? - Mike.
- What's up, Ari? - All right.
- How are you doing, Ari? - How are you doing? - How do I look? - You look like shit.
You been eating? - I have not been.
- Everything all right? - He's fine.
Well, I'm getting divorced actually.
- Sorry to hear about that, Ari.
- Yeah, that's tough.
- Yeah, it is.
- Gentlemen, he's fine.
Well, actually, I'm devastated.
Yeah, but I don't I don't wanna bring your energy down.
Go and tell my people what it's like to control 350-lb men who are usually carrying firearms, okay? Motivate my losers! I gotta go.
- He's a fucking mess.
- He is.
Hi.
Hi.
- What are you doing here? - I needed to talk.
- You all right? - Well, I haven't been sleeping.
Me either.
Or eating.
We need to tell the kids what's going on.
This is hanging over everything.
Oh yeah yeah yeah.
And I was wondering if you wanted to do that together.
Oh yeah, we should, uh we should do that together.
Okay.
I think we should go to Dr.
Marcus and ask for her advice.
Why do we need her advice? I need it and I'd like you to be there.
Sure.
Can you do it today? She's available at 1:00.
Okay.
Thanks.
I don't understand.
What are you gonna do in New York? - I'll figure it out.
- And you're just gonna throw everything away that you built here the last eight years? - Yeah.
What choice do I have? - Convince Sloan to stay.
Oh, come on, Vince.
You don't think I tried that? She won't pick up the phone.
I mean, I spoke to her lawyer.
I can't force her to stay.
I can't even prove I'm the father till the baby is born.
- I have no rights.
- I'm sure it's not gonna come to that.
Yeah.
I know you guys always make fun of me 'cause I'm a good conservative catholic boy, but this isn't exactly the way I drew things up if you know what I mean.
- Now you're gonna have to adjust.
- To what? The only thing I can do is go to New York and do my best to be as big a part of this kid's life as I can be.
Were you even gonna tell me about this? - I called you last night.
- Yeah.
Sorry, I was with Sophia.
- Yeah.
How was that? - Amazing.
- That's great.
- Really great.
Will you come the first with us tonight? With you and Sophia? And Turtle and Johnny and of course I wanna invite Ari.
- Invite him to what? - To my wedding.
Vince, in all honesty, I don't have time for this shit right now.
Please.
E, I'm serious.
I want you to be my best man.
- Jesus Christ.
- Hey! - Why don't I talk to Sloan? - What? No! - I think she'll listen to me.
- No, you listen to me! I don't want you getting involved, all right? Sloan's family hates me enough as it is.
The only thing you're gonna do is make it worse.
How can I make it worse? Well, I don't know.
But a guy who's getting married to a girl after 24 hours probably isn't the best guy to take advice from.
Yeah, maybe you're right.
But either way come to Paris just for a few days.
I couldn't do this without you.
Hello? Oh hey, Sloan.
I should have expected E would send the gang over.
- E has no idea we're here.
- We're actually here for Vince.
- What's the difference? - Sloan, we know you're upset.
We understand, but Vince is getting married.
And he wants you to come to the wedding.
Guys, I appreciate the effort, but I'm not gonna fall for this.
No no.
Sloan, this is no joke.
He really is getting married.
To who? He was single last Wednesday.
Her name is Sophia Lear and she's our second favorite woman after you, of course.
But she's amazing and they are in love.
Look, this is gonna be a very exclusive affair, but it's important to Vince that you attend.
It's important to all of us.
And why am I such an important guest? 'Cause you're carrying our baby.
- Your baby? - Yeah.
That's the way we are, Sloan.
You know that.
Even if you lose E, you're never gonna lose us.
- When is it? - Tonight.
Ah, y-you guys are messing with me.
Ah, no no, Sloan, Vince is getting married, and we want you to be there.
Where is it? - Paris.
- This isn't even a good trick! What? You wanna get me on a plane to Paris with E and you think that's gonna make me forget all that's happened? No, Sloan.
We want you at the wedding.
I swear on my life that Vince is going to Paris to get married.
And it's really important to him and to us that you and your little baby - are present.
- I appreciate that.
So you'll come? I have to ask you something else and I need you to be honest.
Yeah! I swear on my life.
Swear on your career.
Okay.
Did E fuck Melinda? No no.
I swear on my career: E did not fuck Melinda.
What time does the plane leave? I'll think about it.
That's all we can ask.
Wow, Drama, you swore on your career? I had my balls crossed.
The most important thing is that you present a united front.
This is what we have decided is best for the family.
- I didn't decide that.
- Ari, please, we need to make the kids feel okay about this.
Well, I don't know how to do that.
That's why we're here to learn.
Let's try a little role play.
Melissa, you'll be Sarah.
Ari, talk to your daughter.
Honey, I love your mother and you guys more than anything, - but your mother has decided - Ari.
Lies.
We have decided we have decided that we are getting a divorce.
Why? - I have no idea.
- Really? You have none? No.
I would like to tell the kids tonight.
- Can you do that? - What is the rush?! Are you trying to get a quickie divorce so you can run off with Flay? - We broke up.
- Why? Because he knew I wasn't ready for a relationship now, unlike you who have somehow in less than a week managed to fall for a woman that I've long suspected you of being with.
No.
We ended it too.
Why? Because she knows that I still love you.
- Do you still love him? - What kind of question is that? - Of course I do.
- Well, maybe it's not too late to try again.
My life is disappearing and I don't wanna wake up and find myself 60 - and have no one to talk to.
- You can always talk to me.
- You don't listen to me.
- I'm I'm listening right now.
You have been an absentee father and husband for years and I know you don't mean it, but I don't want that anymore.
Absentee father? I resent what you're saying to me right now.
And I don't think our kids would agree.
- You can ask them.
- I will.
And then we will tell them tonight? Yeah.
Okay.
You're gonna love her.
Trust me.
Ma, between this and E, you might even get me back to New York.
Really.
Ma, I love you.
I'll call you on the way.
Bye.
So you're really gonna move back to New York? Well, Sophia is based out of there and I can help E out and I know Johnny and Turtle will wanna be there as much as possible.
You guys a good friends.
I wouldn't move west of gower for a dude.
Well, we basically lived together our whole lives.
Hey, maybe y'all will live together with the kid.
- It'll be like "Three Men and a Little Lady.
" - Yeah.
And if he has a boy, it'll be like three men and two little men.
Mr.
Chase? What do you think of this? It's 5.
4 carats.
- Vince? - Rachel.
Hi.
- How are you? - Well, not as good as you obviously.
- What's this about? - I'm getting married.
- Shut up.
- Really.
This ring is pretty amazing.
Is it big enough? I wanna make sure it makes a statement.
It depends.
What's she like? Ah, unlike any other woman I've ever been with smart, sophisticated and for some reason she likes me.
Carly, I think you should show him that massive emerald cut in the window.
- It's insane.
- How insane? It's not about the money.
She's wearing this forever.
I mean, hopefully.
Okay.
I gotta grab this.
It's Terrance.
- Hello.
- Vincent Chase.
Mr.
Mcquewick, thank you so much for calling me back.
I presume this has got something to do with your friend Mr.
Murphy, considering your career is going so well.
- You don't need me.
- It is about Eric, actually.
Well, let me save you the time.
I have nothing to discuss in terms of him.
He's a really good person, Terrance.
He threw my best friend out of his own company.
That was business.
Of course had sex with my ex-wife.
No.
No no no.
He didn't.
They're working together.
I never wanna see your friend near my daughter again.
And that's all that I'll say about it.
Terrance, I understand, but the reality is they're gonna see each other again.
- They'll have no choice.
- Oh, really? And why is that? 'Cause like it or not, this baby is Eric's too.
What baby? Um.
What the hell are you talking about? Jesus Christ.
I gotta call my fucking daughter! - Whoops.
- He didn't know, did he? - Nope.
- Mr.
Chase, here's the ring from the window.
It's 6.
45 carats and costs $1.
4 million.
Yeah, that's fine as long as it comes in a nice box.
Hey, baby, I stopped by school.
I wanted to talk to you and your brother, but they told me that you're off today.
We told you last night the school was closed - for teacher service day.
- Oh, I guess I didn't hear you, honey.
- Are you okay, daddy? - Yeah.
- You got my stuff? - Yeah.
Listen, um, am I a good dad? - What do you mean? - Do I ignore you? - What? - Do I listen when you and your brother talk? - Did mom say something to you? - No.
'Cause I don't wanna be in the middle of you two.
No no no, she didn't say a thing.
Please don't say anything to her.
This is just for me, honey.
Look, I was mad last night when I said whatever I said.
Well what did you say? I said that I was pissed that you don't listen to me.
When haven't I listened to you? Remember my friends, the transfer students from Italy? - Yes.
- You don't remember.
- No.
- I gave you their demo, dad, of their music.
They're like opera singers and they're amazing.
I told you.
Oh oh, right right.
Yes, of course I remember.
It's on my desk.
Well, I was embarrassed when they asked me yesterday if you'd listened to it yet.
I'm going to listen to it today.
I gave it to you two months ago.
Honey, I'm sorry.
I forgot.
I'm sorry I said it to mom.
I know that you're busy.
I'm never too busy for you.
Then listen to that.
I told them I'm getting a commission - if it goes anywhere.
- My daughter the agent.
- When did you grow up? - I don't know.
- I love you, Sarah.
- I love you too, daddy.
- I'll see you tonight, right? - Yes, see you tonight.
Bye.
- I don't believe it.
- I don't believe you guys went over there.
- She was happy to see us.
- She just sent me a text message saying that she doesn't want me or my friends anywhere near her.
So obviously she wasn't.
- She already didn't want you near her.
- Yeah, but us, what did we do? Nothing, just gave her a nice heartfelt invite to a wedding.
Which she's thinking about going to.
- Yeah, I'm sure.
- I'm telling you, she was.
on the hook.
- She's not over you, E.
Right? - Right what? - Uh, she's not over you.
- Why would you say that? 'Cause she was asking if you really did bang Melinda.
- Which means she still cares.
- What'd you say? - Drama swore on his career that you didn't.
- Really? Your career? - Yeah.
- Wow.
Thanks.
- Hey.
- Hey.
- Yo.
- What's going on? We thought we had Sloan convinced to come to Paris.
- Really? When? - Yeah.
Like an hour ago.
And now she's sending me nasty text messages and I don't know why.
- I might know why.
- What do you mean? Terrance? - What the fuck does he want? - I might have an idea about that also.
What do you mean? - Hello.
- I just want you to know that I'm coming to find you and when I do, I'm gonna shoot you.
- Terrance.
- Watch for me, Mr.
Murphy.
I'm coming for you.
What the fuck did you do? I may have tried to reason with Terrance before Sloan had an opportunity to tell him the news.
- Oh my God.
- But but I will call her.
I'm sorry.
No no no, let us since we're on her good side now.
No one call her.
Just leave it alone, please.
E, I was just trying to help.
I fucking told you not to get involved this morning.
- You didn't tell us.
- I'm really really sorry, E.
All right.
I know.
I appreciate it.
It doesn't matter.
It's all my fault.
I did a lot more damage before today.
So just let it go.
We got a wedding to celebrate, right? I wanna go get ready.
I'll see you guys back at the hotel.
Look, Ari, I-I don't remember seeing a CD.
- It gotta be here, so find it.
- Maybe someone took it.
Who would be stupid enough to take something out of my office? - Lloyd sometimes does.
- Does he? - Oh, no.
- Lloyd! Please don't tell him I told you that.
He scares me.
- Lloyd?! - Yes, Ari.
- Did you take a CD off my desk? - The young opera singers? - Yes.
- I have it.
You took a CD off my desk? It was sitting there for months and you know how I adore the opera.
Where is it? It's in my computer.
I use it to ease stress.
Well, ease mine, so I can tell my daughter that I heard it.
Now! - You're just gonna love it, Ari.
- Ari? Play it, Lloyd.
Play it throughout the whole office.
What?! Just wanted to know if everything was okay with the loan.
- Why wouldn't it be? - Rumor has it you were at the bank today.
You-- what, you have people following me now? - I'm just asking, Ari.
- Why? Because if you have any problem with that loan for any reason look, I know divorce can cause financial hardship - even to someone as well off as you.
- Shh! But I am willing to put my money in.
I just want the majority share that I deserve so I don't get outvoted on things like football coaches.
Listen to that, babes.
Do you hear that beautiful music? - I hear it, Ari.
- Turn it up, Lloyd.
My daughter found them my daughter.
She's about to graduate from high school.
Huh? - Can you believe that? - Ari-- shut the fuck up, babes! And open your ears.
Jake, get my daughter on the phone.
- Louder, Lloyd! - Jesus Christ, Ari.
- This is a place of business.
- Not for me, not anymore.
- What does that mean? - It means take it.
Take it all! Take the company.
Take your shares, take mine.
I don't give a fuck! The only thing you can't take is this picture of my family and my lucky horseshoe.
- Are you fucking serious? - I've got Sarah for you.
Put her through to my cell.
I'm going home.
Ciao, babes.
Vince, what is there to say? - I'm sorry for one.
- I was gonna tell my father anyway.
I was just waiting for the right time.
I will never forgive myself if I was the official ending of you and E.
You weren't.
Can I come in? The guys said you were gonna come tonight.
I thought about it for a minute because they were so sweet.
And-- wait, are you really getting married? Yes.
Yes, I am.
She's in the car.
Do you wanna meet her? No.
Look at me.
You look amazing.
Sloan, you always do.
And you're having a baby.
You and E are having a baby.
You wanna know what made me wanna marry Sophia? It was that for the first time in my life I felt what E always told me he felt for you.
And I could see the future.
I could see the whole family.
- Vince.
- Do you still love him, Sloan? It doesn't matter.
My father hates him.
And for a moment today I actually forgot how much when the guys were here, but he hates him.
It will never work.
And I need to know the truth about Melinda.
- What truth? - Did he sleep with her? - I don't know.
- Yeah, you do.
No, I don't.
And it doesn't matter 'cause even if he did, he did it over you.
Guy's been with five women his whole life, not because he can't get them.
He's loyal.
He's emotional and reactive I mean, a little Jack Russell terrier.
And listen to me, Sloan, he will kill for you and this baby.
He's moving to New York even if you're not together.
He loves you, Sloan, always has.
And nothing else matters.
E's your family now.
And whatever your father thinks of him, he's gonna have to get over it, unless you're sure you are.
- Hi.
- Hi.
- I-I thought you were coming at 8:00.
- I-- I wanted to come early.
- 'Cause the kids just went out for ice cream.
- No, I know, I told them to.
- Why would you do that? - Because I wanted to talk to you first.
Do you remember when we were graduating college and we said that we should take a year off and move to Florence? - Yeah? - We never did it.
- No, you went right to work.
- Let's do it now.
- Move to Florence? - Yes.
What, six day, seven-night cure-all? We'll see how it goes.
Then you would be on the phone the whole time.
With who? I don't have a job.
- What are you-- what are you talking about? - I quit.
Well, I didn't ask you to do that.
Well, I wanted to.
What is this? We have enough money for five lifetimes, all right? I'm not saying it's gonna be forever.
But Sarah is going to college and this will be great for Jonah.
And more importantly it'll be great for us, okay? And that is all that matters to me.
- Really? - Really.
I would marry you a thousand times over.
You're the love of my life.
I wouldn't know what to do with myself without you.
I wouldn't.
Oh my God, Ari, what if I had said no? It's still a good song.
You quit and didn't tell me? - I did it all for my family, Lloyd.
- Lloyd.
Hi, Melissa.
And hi to them.
I love them.
And I'm glad your family is fine, - but I'm family too, aren't I? - You'll always be the gay son I never wanted.
- Yes, Lloyd.
- But what will happen to me without you? - You will shine, Lloyd.
- How? - You are my inspiration, Ari.
- Oh.
I'm still learning to be more like you.
No, you're not like me.
And you don't wanna be.
You're fair, and you're honest, and you don't like women.
- I need you, Ari! You don't need me, but Barbara does 'cause she doesn't have a clue what she's doing.
You're more cunning and cuntier than she will ever be.
You will shine, Lloyd.
And I'm giving you your first clients - right there.
- Really? - Really.
- And what about Vince? - What about Vince? - He just called me, - said he's been calling you.
- I've been busy.
What's up? - Anything wrong? - He's getting married.
- What?! - And E is pregnant! - Scotty.
- What's up, boys? - Here you go.
- I just wanted to see you guys off, tell Vince good luck.
You know, how many times is a guy gonna get married? Four times, five times tops? A little help? I mean, I'm a millionaire now, you know? I don't care if you're a billionaire, Turtle.
You'll always be a valet to me.
What's up, E? I guess someone told you I was moving to New York.
- It wasn't me.
- You're really gonna go? - A lot more to the story now.
- Like what? I'll tell you about it when I get back.
Where's Vince? On time and waiting, anxious to get my future started.
Wow, so this really is happening, huh? Well, I like the ring too much to not at least see how we are as traveling partners.
Vince! Vince.
Hold the plane.
Who's the broad? It's his wife, you jerkoff.
- I can't believe you made it.
- Listen, - I got a stowaway, if that's all right.
- Ha ha, of course.
- Hi, Vince.
- Hi.
This is Sophia.
- Hello.
- Hi.
- Congratulations to both of you.
- Thank you.
Nice to meet you.
Congratula you did well for yourself.
You two-- so this is all okay? - It will be.
- Amazing! - You're gonna have to find a new agent.
- You're quitting, huh? I did quit.
Rumor has it you did as well.
I guess we both gotta do what's right for the greater good.
- Well, you're not really quitting, are you? - We'll talk when I get back.
Wow, are you guys really trying to steal my day? - Scott, you're not coming? - No, I-- I wanna come, but it looks like a family thing, so I wish you luck and shalom.
All right.
Well, then let's go! Let's get out of here.
Except you, E.
What do you mean? I think this plane might be a little crowded.
Ha ha, that's hilarious.
- Are you gonna make a short joke? - No.
I could.
- I got you your own plane.
- What are you talking about? Oh.
Oh.
What did you do? All I could.
The rest is up to you.
You got a plane that'll take you anywhere in the world.
- What happens next - Whatever it is, - don't tell us shit unless it's resolved.
- Seriously.
The back and forth is too much for any real man to take.
Are you coming? Go, pizza boy.
Hey, remember these words, E: From behind you don't even look preggers.
Oh, tell Sloan if it's a boy, - baby Sal-- great name.
- Whoa whoa whoa.
- Does this mean you're not quitting? - We'll talk.
- Good luck, E.
Hey.
- Yeah, good luck.
- I think you're gonna be fine.
Yeah.
- I appreciate that.
You wanna hug it out? Nah.
- What about the wedding? I'll find you.
Thanks again, Vince.
You're amazing.
You ain't seen nothing yet.
Wow.
A little emotional.
Yeah, me too.
We better find something to fuck in Paris.
Someone told me there's a girl out there with love in her eyes and flowers in her hair took my chances on a big jet plane never let them tell you that they're all the same Watch after credits ;) oh, the sea was red and the sky was gray wondered how tomorrow could ever follow today the mountains and the canyon started to tremble and shake as the children of the sun began to awake watch out seems that the wrath of the gods got a punch on the nose and it started to flow I think I might be sinking throw me a line, if I reach it in time I'll meet you up there where the path runs straight and high What do you think we should do today? Whatever you want museum, shopping.
Maybe we should just stay in again.
Mmm, sounds good to me.
I am gonna go get another bottle of wine.
- Ooh, grazie, Bella.
- Mmm.
Hello.
I've emailed and called you a dozen times, Ari.
- John? - Where have you been hiding? I am in heaven, John.
I left my Berry and all my troubles behind.
You vanished like Salman Rushdie.
I wonder if he was this happy.
- Are you really? - Can't you hear me smile? I want you back here, Ari.
Not gonna happen, John.
You passed on running my studio once which I thought was asinine.
Are you really silly enough to pass on an offer from me twice? Your studio head is doing a great job.
- You don't need me.
- I don't want you to replace her.
I want you to replace me as chairman and CEO.
It's my time and yours.
- John - This is not just about movies.
It's about our film division that grossed $4 billion.
It's about a television network and three premium cable networks.
You wanna a sports franchise? Buy one yourself.
'Cause there'll only be a handful of other people making the sort of money you'll be making.
And while everyone you know may own the fanciest clothes and the best cars, you will own the companies that sell them.
If you wanna know what heaven really is, Ari, try being God.
Ari? John, I just got here.
You're the only guy for this and you know it.
Rest, relax.
I'll try you again in one week.
- Who was that? - It was uh-- you know, a cable company, they just they wanted to know if we're bored and need television.
- We don't need anything.
- Nope.