- "...and ordered, I think, 16 gallons of sake...Then we went out and I ordered tequila - there were four of us - and they brought it to us in test tubes... and my friends then told me they don't drink tequila...So twelve test tubes of tequila later... the DJ came out and said, 'I've never seen anyone drink that much...' The next thing I remember, it's 4:30 the next afternoon. I'm naked, the phone rings, and it's my publicist saying, 'You're back on. I'm in the lobby!'..."I ran to the sauna, did, you know, two pushups, drank some coffee, went on stage and I realized I was so hung over that the only move I had was to simulate malaria, so I told a story about malaria and passed out."
There are some parts of that where you would nod in disagreement. You know, like if it wasn't Jeremy Piven. Who, when he heard there were people growing "Writers Strike Beards" to show support to these people who write things for him (provided that he really does know how to read), said to himself, "Wow, writers are on STRIKE??? And that just means, well, I got a lot of time to do nothing but drink! And now I've got some reason to toss around in a positive manner as to why I look so disheveled and haggard the next day."
If you're looking as to how Entourage became an unwatchable train wreck that is now destroying HBO in the process, well, that picture says a lot.