What’s dull, diminutive and easily manipulated by a pair of boobs? If you guessed Turtle, you’re absolutely right. Give yourself a hand. No Scott Lavin. (You’ll get it once you’ve seen “Tequila Sunrise.”) Speaking of which, Doug Ellin should have titled that episode “The Power of the P.U.S.S.Y.” like that Jay-Z & R.Kelly song. How long till Entourage digs this song out of the grave?
Anywho, we see Turtle hop on a plane with Alex (played by the gorgeous Dania Ramirez) and head south-of-the-border without knowing exactly why. The good news is that Turtle ends up smashing Alex. Meanwhile, Drama hilariously humiliates John Stamos in a game of ping pong and later decides his ego needs to take a backseat to his career. Strangely, I don’t think that’s a smart move since Stamos seems even more insecure than Drama. Not to be outdone, Ari is now paying the price of firing Lizzy to appease his wife.
Some of the characters made questionable decisions, but the music director didn’t. Let’s get down to business. I hope you love Latin music and a certain summer smash by one Cam’ron.
The Envy Corps – Gnats (Hidden track on “Kid Gloves”)
Plays When: Ari gets pumped and walks into a room full of NFL investors
Rodrigo Y Gabriela – Savitri
Plays When: Turtle and Alex get off the plane and exit through the airport to meet Carlos Avion.
La Santa Cecillia – Chicle
Plays When: Carlos reveals his intentions to Turtle.
La Santa Cecillia – El Farol
Plays When: Carlos and Turtle walk and talk at the party.
Foster The People – “Pumped Up Kicks”
Plays When: Drama meets with Stamos at the ping pong club
Mateo Valadez – “Te Olivadara Queriendo”
Plays When: During the party at Carlos’ house.
Penguin Prison – “A Funny Thing”
Plays When: Drama plays John Stamos in the 2nd ping pong match
Cam’ron – “Hey Ma”
Plays When: The group decides to go to Vegas.
Wanda Jackson ~ Funnel of Love
Plays When: End credits