Busey and the Beach
Directed by Julian Farino
Written by Doug Ellin & Larry Charles
Vince is still dedicated to doing "Queens Boulevard," but Ari has yet to make that deal happen. Instead, the agent is pitching Vince on a myriad of other projects... a tact that's wildly
Ari sets up Drama with representation, but Drama balks when he meets his new agent, who doesn't have an office and answers his own phones. Drama's depression grows when he runs into an old acting buddy who is now working as a waiter. The agent comes through, though, getting Drama 3 auditions in a week, saving him from a life of serving shrimp puffs.
The situation with Weinstein puts a huge strain on Eric's growing relationship with Emily. She has feelings for Eric, but she also knows that she has to have loyalty to her boss. When Emily tries to remove herself from the situation, Eric makes it clear that he's concerned about Vince's career, causing her to walk away in disgust.
Vince and his boys go to Josh's party and have a great time. They're so