As production on "Queens Boulevard" is about to begin, the boys are preparing to go to New York City for the next three months.
Eric is concerned over the choice of director, an indie loose cannon named Billy Walsh, for Vince's new film. Meanwhile, Drama lobbies for a supporting role, while Ari finds he can't mix business with pleasure.
The boys begin their day at Ari's office. They pair off: Drama prepares to meet his potential new agent and drags Turtle with him while Eric & Vince attend a special meeting.
Vince's fling with a "cruelty-free" vegan named Fiona, and her friendship with a laid-back L.A. "sherpa", brings unexpected karma to the entourage. Eric pushes a promising new script set in Queens.
Ari wakes Eric with a phone call to remind him that tonight is the all-important opening night for Vince's movie.
Partying after a boxing match, Vince runs into Jimmy Kimmel, who immediately does his best to get Vince to commit to an appearance on his show the following night. Also at the party, Luke Wilson tells Turtle and Drama about his new home theatre setup, planting the idea in their heads that they need an upgrade.
Ignoring the negative review from Variety, Vince ramps up his already excessive spending by leasing a new Rolls Royce. Ari urges Vince to get a "real" manager, causing a wounded Eric to do some soul searching.
With his latest film "Head On" about to hit screens across the country, actor Vince Chase is living the player's life in L.A. Along for the ride are his best friends: Eric and Turtle, who grew up with him in Queens, and Vince's brother, Johnny Drama. The crew spends most of their time relaxing at Vince's house in the Hollywood hills, shooting hoops, playing rooftop golf and entertaining ladies at the pool. But to keep the lifestyle going, Vince has to keep making movies, and his super agent Ari thinks he's found just the project, the action film "Matterhorn."