I could put my keyboard on the ground and then step on it for 22 pages, and when I was done not only would my “script” have a better plot than the best “Entourage” ever, it would, by default, have much funnier jokes as well. Thankfully more and more people are finally waking up to this indisputable fact, and top Hollywood funnyman Seth Rogen would agree. Movieline says..
In one of its typically late-to-the-game, random cultural broadsides, the writers of Entourage went after Seth Rogen in last night’s episode, calling his “ugliness…oddly fascinating” in a debate over whether the actor could land a Katherine Heigl-type in real life. Behold, (Rogens) amazing response when asked about the incident for E!’s Daily 10:
“Yeah, those guys are assholes. I actually ran into Matt…Kevin Dillon in a Starbucks. And he’s like ‘you know, I’ve got to kind of apologize because apparently the guy who created our show doesn’t like you so much.’ And I said ‘well I have reason to believe because I think [showrunner] Doug Ellin is a moron from all I can understand so it makes sense he doesn’t like me.’ Luckily I never have and never plan on watching Entourage.”
I don’t mean to nitpick, but Entourage is about 4 thoroughly unlikable and goofy looking poser fags who get tons of hot ass, so it might not be the best idea in the world to point out how unrealistic that is. But when you have a joke so timely, only two years after the movie came out, that’s a chance you have to take. Rogen better cover his ears in 2011.
Entourage Cliche Character 1: “He was in that movie ‘Funny People’.”
Entourage Cliche Character 2: “Yeah, right, more like NOT Funny People!”
Entourage Cliche Character 1: “I heard that bro! Let’s go shoe shopping!”
(you can have that entourage. that one is for you.)