After a long first day in the studio, Alex and Chris decided to continue working late into the night. When they returned with the Qosmio in the morning, the guys showed up with two new beats. It was hard for them to decide which song to choose but following some heated deliberation they decided a competition was the best way to make a decision. In this episode of Track It Yourself, we see how life outside the studio can inspire new music. Chris gets some new ink, Alex shows us his unorthodox methods for writing lyrics and we get to hear what’s starting to sound like a finished song.
Producer: Jordan Bortolotti
Videographer: Adrian Vieni
Videographer, Editor: Casey Jones
Comedian Ian Lynch (from MTV Canada’s 1 Girl 5 Gays) breaks down the fourth episode of Jersey Shore Season 4. A great episode with a lot of drunken gweedo controversy.
This Week On Entourage: As Eric reviews the late-night box office results for Gatsby, Ari calls to inform that Vince’s upcoming film is being pushed back three months.
This leaves a stress-free 12 weeks of vacation for the boys.
But not so with Ari, as his wife gets a call from Marlo Klein who’s looking for her husband Andrew. Ari covers it all up temporarily saying he’s probably with a client, but gets to the bottom of things at work, warning Klein that the affair with junior agent Lizzie better be over.
Andrew assures Ari it’s done, however when David Schwimmer shows up for a meeting and begins flirting with Lizzie, Andrew reveals his jealously.
Meanwhile, Vince is trying to figure out what he should do while on hiatus. Disappointed that all his buddies are too busy with their own lives, he decides to occupy himself with a waitress named Nicki for the afternoon…and Facebook too.
Drama, who’s being scripted a love interest for Five Towns, takes part in a model make-out casting session to see if any chemistry sparks- but nothing. He demands that the show get some real talent, but there’s not enough time for another casting session.