By Tim Cuprisin Media Columnist Published Aug 31, 2009 at 9:00 AM
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.

Tim Cuprisin Media Columnist

Tim Cuprisin is the media columnist for He's been a journalist for 30 years, starting in 1979 as a police reporter at the old City News Bureau of Chicago, a legendary wire service that's the reputed source of the journalistic maxim "if your mother says she loves you, check it out." He spent a couple years in the mean streets of his native Chicago, and then moved on to the Green Bay Press-Gazette and USA Today, before coming to the Milwaukee Journal in 1986.

A general assignment reporter, Cuprisin traveled Eastern Europe on several projects, starting with a look at Poland after five years of martial law, and a tour of six countries in the region after the Berlin Wall opened and Communism fell. He spent six weeks traversing the lands of the former Yugoslavia in 1994, linking Milwaukee Serbs, Croats and Bosnians with their war-torn homeland.

In the fall of 1994, a lifetime of serious television viewing earned him a daily column in the Milwaukee Journal (and, later the Journal Sentinel) focusing on TV and radio. For 15 years, he has chronicled the changes rocking broadcasting, both nationally and in Milwaukee, an effort he continues at

When he's not watching TV, Cuprisin enjoys tending to his vegetable garden in the backyard of his home in Whitefish Bay, cooking and traveling.