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Drama (left) and Turtle (right) look on while Vince holds the evidence linking a break-in to a Madison guy.
Drama (left) and Turtle (right) look on while Vince holds the evidence linking a break-in to a Madison guy.
Is this the guy who's been causing Vince and the gang to worry about their safety?
Is this the guy who's been causing Vince and the gang to worry about their safety?

A Mad-town stalker on HBO's "Entourage"?

Sunday night's episode of HBO's "Entourage" ended with Vince Chase's new security guy uncovering a bit of evidence about the fictional film star's fictional stalker: a Wisconsin driver's license belonging to 35-year-old carrot-topped Curtis Tucker, with a faux address of 1725 Lakeside Drive in Madison.

Regular viewers know that Chase (Adrian Grenier) has been worrying about a break-in at his luxurious digs. The license, belonging to somebody none of the gang knows, was found in a sofa.

If you're still looking to see this week's "Entourage," it repeats pretty regularly on various HBO outlets.

There's no episode next Sunday, thanks to the Labor Day weekend. But the next installment (scheduled for Sept. 13 at 9:30 p.m.) features Vince's brother, Drama (Kevin Dillon), following up on an "insider tip" about the stalker.

Expect hilarity to ensue, as it usually does when Drama gets involved.

Talkbacks

High_Life_Man | Sept. 1, 2009 at 11:17 a.m. (report)

Probably a nod to a writer or producer who attended UW.

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