Gre­nier’s fond farewell

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seven. He has to show his friends and the in­dus­try that re­cov­ery is learn­ing to make amends and get back. It’s enough to in­dulge and to be self­ish but true hap­pi­ness is re­ally when you start giv­ing back,’’ he says.

‘‘ I re­ally think that his lapse into drugs was fear — fear of los­ing his bud­dies and fear of aban­don­ment, see­ing his friends grow and branch out and go out on their own.

‘‘ I have learnt a lot from Vince, where I’m like, ‘ Oh, I can be a lit­tle more am­bi­tious than I have been’. Be­cause for so long, I have been less au fait about my ca­reer, and then I see Vince is more fo­cused or mo­ti­vated. It’s al­most a play by play; a man­ual for the busi­ness that I maybe shouldn’t ad­mit that I have bor­rowed from at times.

‘‘ I think peo­ple are of­ten dis­ap­pointed that I’m not more ‘ ac­tory’, or ‘ celebrity’.’’

The new sea­son has picked up sev­eral months af­ter sea­son seven. Vin­cent has been in re­hab and sober for 90 days. Eric (Kevin Con­nolly) and Sloan ( Em­manuelle Chriqui) broke up over a prenup­tial agree­ment. Tur­tle (Jerry Fer­rara) can’t get his girl­friend to an­swer his phone calls while she’s on a pub­lic­ity tour for the te­quila line he’s in­vested in. Johnny Drama (Kevin Dil­lon) is voic­ing an an­i­mated se­ries, Johnny’s Bananas, for CBS, with An­drew Dice Clay. En­tourage, Arena, Tues­day, 9.30pm

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