Anthony Scaramucci's Real Sin? Being An 'Entourage' Apologist
By now, you’ve probably read The Mooch’s “interview” from The New Yorker, or at least heard some of the choicest quotes. Is it even fair to call it an interview? It seemed more like a rant, but a specific KIND of rant. Yeah, sure, a coke-fueled one, and an ill-advised one, but also something even more than that.
I felt like I’d seen that sort of thing before. But where?
Oh that’s right, Ari Fucking Gold! Which makes sense, because low and behold, Scaramucci is a fan of Entourage. How do we know? Because of the internet:
Doug, the movie rocked. It will be judged over time as a classic. https://t.co/AptwVN1cNy— Anthony Scaramucci (@Scaramucci) June 10, 2015
I heard Scaramucci has been deleting some of this tweets, but maybe he needs to look back further. Because calling that Entourage movie a “classic” is a whole other level of poor taste, really. And I say that as a woman who watched the show when it aired, and even found it relatively entertaining.
What I’m saying is: Mooch, maybe you should get out of our nation’s capitol and head to Hollywood instead, buddy. They have drugs there, and no matter what you say, someone there will say something worse. Guaranteed.
P.S. My first response to those Mooch quotes was actually that it sounded like Malcolm Tucker from The Thick Of It but there is no way in hell Scaramucci would have ever heard of it. Sadly. And that’s also an insult to the fictional character of Malcolm Tucker. But I’m gonna post this video of Peter Capaldi yelling at people anyway because it’s Friday and we deserve it.
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