Eric watches the late-night box office returns for 'Gatsby' and Ari calls to revel in Vince's success - and to report that Vince's next film is being pushed several months. As soon as he hangs up, Ari and Mrs. Ari get another call on the home line from Marlo Klein, looking for Andrew. Ari covers for Andrew but later at work he warns him things better be over with junior agent Lizzie Grant. Andrew assures him they are and he's all about the work, but when David Schwimmer shows up for a meeting, it's Lizzie who piques the actor's interest and Andrew's jealousy rears its head. Vince debates what to do now that he has a hiatus and is disappointed that all of the guys are too busy with their own lives to travel with him. He consoles himself with a waitress, and Facebook. As they kill time, Eric complains to Ashley about how bored he is with Vince being his only successful client and she challenges him about what he really wants. Meanwhile, when the casting session for the role of Drama's girlfriend on 'Five Towns' is a bust, Drama begs Turtle to ask Jamie-Lynn to do it; Turtle refuses but later has a change of heart. Lloyd alerts Ari that Andrew is weeping in his car. Ari intervenes in Andrew's meltdown and orders him to think of his family - but later learns that Andrew interpreted his advice to mean he should leave Marlo. Mrs. Ari is furious with Ari when she hears from Marlo. Surprising the guys, Eric announces he's shutting down the Murphy Group.