Page Six has exclusively obtained script pages from the upcoming Entourage premiere, and today has published an outline of a pivotal scene from the episode. In this hilarious, slice-of-Hollywood-life outtake, Jeremy Piven's beloved, fast-talking agent character Ari angrily confronts onetime working actor Stephen Dorff for committing the unpardonable sin of cutting the bathroom line in a club without first offering to share his eight ball with everyone patiently waiting their turn for a stall trip. Cut to: INT. NIGHTCLUB HALLWAY—NIGHT
Piven: "Yo, what are you doing? You know you don't need to cut the line!"
Dorff: "I can do what I want!"
Piven: "No, you can't!"
Dorff: "Yes, I can!"
Piven: "You're a has-been!"
Dorff: "At least I am a movie star - you're only on TV! Cable TV!"
The last comment caused Piven to scream expletives, and security guards were called before the two could come to blows.
A witness said, "Jeremy, who actually had a table, was shoved into a bathroom by security and left shortly after. And Dorff, who was in the standing-only section, kept hanging around all night telling anyone who would listen, 'I am going to kick Jeremy Piven's ass!' It was hilarious."
Dorff ended up at 5 a.m. at Scores West, telling strippers, "I'm a movie star - you should want to sleep with me," according to one member of his entourage.
Dorff's scene-stealing cameo is a great example of what we love most about Entourage: the way stars are willing to lampoon their public images as selfish, egomaniacal assholes as a way of satirizing the shallowness of Hollywood. We can't wait for the new season.