They said it couldn't be done, but Doug Ellin and his crew finally did it.
Let's get the least interesting storyline out of the way first: Vince is still smitten with the beautiful and intelligent journalist Sophia, and he had the vain idea of making a home video comprised of his ex-girlfriends talking about how great he is.
In the end, it's the urging of Vince's best friends (which plays off the overall central theme to the show -- bonds between boys) that ultimately convince Sophia to give Vince a chance.
Usually, he and Drama stick together and do their own things while E and Vincent are doing business.
Turtle seems to be the guy to find the good in all bad situations and bring a relative calm to the group.
Later that night, they checked out "Burn the Floor," which stars Bass' former "Dancing With the Stars" cohorts Maksim Chmerkovskiy and Kym Johnson.