HBO's hit series "Entourage" only ended in September, yet if you believe its former star Adrien Grenier, fans are really broken up about it.
CNN reports that Grenier says he has "changed from being Vinny Chase the celebrity to Adrien the therapist," allowing fans to talk through the pain.
"I have to console so many people on the street. I mean grown men practically in tears now wondering what they're going to do now on Sunday night," he explained. "So it's a lot of huggin' it out."
It's hard to tell if Grenier is being serious, especially since the consensus among both fans and critics was that by the time the show approached its eighth season it just wasn't as good as it used to be. And that's a criticism that's been thrown around even in the seasons leading up to end.
If Grenier is actually having to console people on the street, we hope he's letting them know that Vince and the rest of the boys will be on the big screen eventually. The show's executive producer, Mark Wahlberg confirmed that a movie version of "Entourage" was in the works.