5.02 - Unlike a Virgin - Review
Who's returning? Amanda as the vivacious and ultra-beautiful agent. Justine Chapman as the also beautiful, but not vivacious, pop star who still has a massive crush on Vince.
What happened tonight? Eric found himself a screenplay, which brought out his hunger to begin representing two new writers. They're a little "holier than thou" and a constant reminder of Walsh every time they speak, but they're still a worthy addition to the show.
Where's Walsh? Can't say. I think I may have to relieve myself of thinking we'll ever receive a solid answer on his whereabouts. Oh Walsh, how I miss your crass sense of humor.
Biggest revelation? Ari doesn't like Vince's acting. Now that, my friend, is a big blow. Ari has bled for Vince, only then to let him know that he doesn't like his acting? But as Ari said, the jury is still out on that (I think he's lying, but we shall see...).
How was Amanda? Dirty question, but as a mature and able adult, I shall slip past it. I'll watch Carla Gugino any day of the week. That should sum of up my final opinion on her appearance. Honestly? I hope they keep her around for a little while longer than a three-episode arc.
Did Turtle land him some fine herb? No. It was upsetting, but he did watch some adult-natured television.
Surprise that wasn't really a surprise? Drama and Jacqueline broke up. Serves her right. Sorry, but I don't buy the story about her friend. Yes, I know there's proof, but who said she wasn't out all night partying? I refuse to believe that Drama was wrong!
How about next week? Couldn't of looked better. Vinnie may run into some trouble scheduling an appearance for a birthday bash, and Drama is still sulking over his nasty break-up. Oh, did I also mention that Amanda is a fan of Eric's screenplay?