3. Selfishness Bordering on Anti-Semitism.
Thanks to a tip from his cousin Ronnie (of course he has a cousin Ronnie), Turtle is convinced that Sandy Koufax is going to pass away any day now and that he, along with Drama, should purchase a $64,000 game-worn Koufax jersey. The rumor turns out to be false, and Drama in particular is pissed that they spent so much money on a piece of clothing. Which is to say: the real reason he’s upset is because a good man, a man who was a Jewish hero and inspiration for young kinders everywhere in a pre-Adam Duritz world, isn’t dead. In other words: Drama and Turtle are both anti-Semites.
2. Emotions Are For Fags, Bro.
In the “Entourage” universe — or at least the minds of Drama, Turtle, and Vincent — being in a relationship is the worst thing that can happen to a man. To quote Drama, “it’s not natural for a male” to settle down with a female, and then he asks E whether he’s ever had unemotional sex. NO HOMO, BRO. Because, obviously, the worst thing about having sex is when you feel good. The guys on “Entourage” are just as bad the men who call sex “making love,” but in a more obnoxious, overt way: they flaunt their dicks all over California, and are shocked when every pretty lady they pass doesn’t want to rip off her clothes on the spot. (Also, if you notice in the clip above, nearly every person the guys pass on the street is a gorgeous, tall woman, and almost all of them stop and look around when they’re passed by Vince & Co.)
1. The Emotional Pitfalls of Dating Porn Stars.
To the four females who consistently read Warming Glow: I’m sorry for my gender. We’re awful, awful people and I don’t know how you deal with us on a daily basis. In the seventh season finale, Vince breaks up with his girlfriend, porn star Sasha Grey, because he doesn’t like her having sex with men on camera. You’d think Vince would have known what Grey’s profession is by the AVN Awards she keeps in her bathroom (including Best Three-Way Sex Scene and The Jenna Jameson Crossover Star of the Year)—and in fact, he does. But he’s also on coke, drinking Red Bull, and picking a fight with a male porn star also named Vince, so his reasoning defaults to “be a douchebag.” Sasha calls him out on his bullsh*t, saying that Vince has sex with random women all the time—at least she’s smart enough to get paid for it.
Ugh, I hate Vince. And “Entourage.”
I want more like this!
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