Ooooooh, this show is cookin! You've got Ari as desperate and determined as he's ever been. Vince still has enough faith in Ari to not go along with his new agent's desires 100%. Drama couldn't catch a break with being recognized, when his face is plastered on a huge billboard (which doesn't yet have working lights when night falls). Turtle is once again creative and resourceful, throwing Vince a hyper-sponsored birthday party on a cruise ship.
So much for being subtle! The Vince/Ari business relationship is so clearly and cleverly being treated as a romantic one of sorts - something everyone can relate with.
Can't wait to see where this is all going (although we probably know). The ride to the end of this season promises to be a hella fun one!
The Boys haven't skipped a beat. Johnny Drama & Turtle just continually kill me. Love to watch Ari twisting in the wind. Carla Gugino has come a long way from being erased from the early episodes of "Spin City". A very enjoyable half hour.
I'm Blind Jimmy Winthrop, Blues singer for the Rich.
The TV series is a standalone story that takes place in the same universe. There is one very specific connection between the movie and TV series, but it is unnecessary to know what that is in order to enjoy the TV series.