The Best Entourage Episodes

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Here is a list of the best Entourage episodes, as determined by voters like you. With all the amazing episodes of the show that exist, it's hard to trust just one person's opinion of what the top Entourage episodes of all time are. Entourage fans are very passionate about the show, and there are often debates over which episodes are the greatest. That's why this list exists -- so you can vote for your favorites and we can find out once and for all what everyone thinks the best episode is.

This list contains episodes like "The Script and the Sherpa" and "Sniff Sniff, Gang Bang". So what is the best Entourage episode of all time? Look below and find out which one ranks the highest! And when you're done, be sure to check out our list of the best Entourage seasons.

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  • One Day in the Valley

    One Day in the Valley

    June 18, 2006
    123 votes
    • Season: Entourage - Season 3
    • Episode Number: 2
    • Series: Entourage

    "One Day in the Valley" makes Hollywood’s carefree grandeur meet reality. When a heatwave hits on the day of Aquaman's release, and a citywide blackout ensues, Vince and the gang grapple with not knowing the box office numbers, offering an engaging look into the actors’ vulnerabilities.

  • The Sundance Kids
    July 17, 2005
    123 votes
    • Season: 2
    • Episode Number: 7
    • Series: Entourage
    • Episode Name: The Sundance Kids
    • Episode Description: Eric has lunch with an important person from the studio; Ari advises Vince to play it safe; Turtle and Drama do not want to share.

    The gang heads to Park City for the Sundance Film Festival, rubbing elbows with stars and independent filmmakers alike. Dreams of striking gold with their latest project are threatened by harsh critics, ski mishaps, and frigid temperatures. Success on the slopes and screens may prove to be an uphill battle.

  • Vegas Baby, Vegas!
    August 06, 2006
    104 votes
    • Season: Entourage - Season 3
    • Episode Number: 9
    • Series: Entourage

    In the ninth episode of the third season, "Vegas Baby, Vegas!", the troupe embarks on a wild Sin City venture teeming with celebrity poker and unexpected rendezvous. This episode perfectly reflects the excessive and unpredictable nature of fame, while the brotherly bond between Vince and Johnny Drama reaches new heights. Despite the seemingly glamorous setting, the narrative underscores the underlying loneliness and paranoia that fame can foster.

  • Give A Little Bit
    October 04, 2009
    75 votes
    • Season: Entourage - Season 6
    • Episode Number: 12
    • Series: Entourage

    "Give a Little Bit" marks a significant turning point in the group dynamics, featuring a gala fundraiser event where Eric proposes to Sloan. This episode brilliantly contrasts Hollywood's artificiality with raw human emotions, encapsulating the ups and downs of stardom. 

  • My Maserati Does 185
    37 votes
    • Season: Entourage - Season 2
    • Episode Number: 2
    • Series: Entourage

    Vince and Eric's clash escalates over the trajectory of Vince's career, while Turtle joyrides in Vince's gift, a luxury car. The episode cleverly contrasts the gang's sudden wealth with their lingering immaturity, backed by amusing performances from guest star Gary Busey.

  • The Scene
    August 29, 2004
    23 votes
    • Season: Entourage - Season 1
    • Episode Number: 7
    • Series: Entourage

    The anxiety and excitement of a movie premiere unfurls, draping the viewers in the thrill of cinema's grand debut nights. Intricately linking personal relationships to the rollercoaster of Vince's stardom, “The Scene” serves as an exhilarating depiction of Hollywood's glitzy facade and the emotional turmoil beneath it. Eric steps into his role as Vinny's manager, wading through tricky screenplay negotiations while dealing with Vinny's indecisiveness.