When Drama finds out his the target of Paul Shore's new Punk'd style show, he thinks he has a way to outsmart Pauly. Eric attempts to smooth out things between Vince and Amanda but finds out they already took care of business.
Vince and Eric delay taking the period movie, angering Amanda. Meanwhile, Eric plans a romantic getaway with Sloan, but has to convince Vince he wants to go solo while Ari tries to get Lloyd to take one for the team with a gay TV writer.
On the day of his record signing, Drama and Turtle have to hunt down Saigon when he doesn't show up. Meanwhile, Ari dumps an old annoying producer, Bob, on Eric who may be Vince's next film in the form of a Ramones film. Vince runs into a woman at a bookstore and finds out he's on her celebrity list.
Rolling black outs throughout the city are putting a serious hamper on Aquaman's opening weekend and Ari and Eric try to keep Vince from finding out. Meanwhile, the boys help some geeks get into a high school party using Vince's fame.
The third season begins with the premiere of "Aquaman" and Vince looks for the perfect date to bring with him to the premiere. Meanwhile, Ari deals with his financial difficulties and his new low end office space.
James Woods: You got five seconds to give me my fucking tickets! Five! Drama: Or what? You're gonna huff and puff and blow the house down? James Woods: How bout I'm gonna knock this fucking door down and come in there and shove your head up Turtle's ass! Give me my fucking tickets! You got five seconds! Five!