After three episodes of earnestly wishing that "Dirt" was as good as its promos, we admit that the whole series just misses its mark -- despite that mark being one of the fattest, ripest targets imaginable. Given a chance to skewer the shallow, self-absorbed world of celebrity and, in the same instant, the morality-challenged scandal-rag industry, you'd expect the biggest challenge for the "Dirt" writers would be whittling down the numerous, whopping, juice-dripping story lines at hand. And yet, "Dirt" never seems to get anywhere close to something that resembles Hollywood, and Cox -- who was perhaps the most underappreciated character on "Friends," where her self- deprecating humor honed her winning personality -- never seems believable as Lucy Spiller, a ruthless nutcracker of an editor whose sole passion in life is to reveal the drug addictions, marital infidelity and bloating butts of the very famous. Since Cox and husband David Arquette are executive producers on "Dirt," this is not a problem that is going to be corrected soon enough to make "Dirt" the sharp-edged series many hoped it would be. The series was created by playwright and filmmaker Matthew Carnahan.
Laura Allen waking up naked on a couch with Carly Pope, who is in panties, and a guy. We see a partial view of Laura's butt as she gets up and gets dressed, walking out of the room in jeans and a bra. During this, we see flashbacks of the guy watching while Carly has sex with Laura from behind with a strap-on, Carly showing her bare ass and partial left breast. Jennifer Aniston grabbing fellow Friends co-star Courteney Cox and lesbian kissing her while a guy watches from Dirt.
Dirt styled d! It premiered on January 2, and starred Courteney Cox as Lucy Spiller, the editor-in-chief of the first-of-its-kind "glossy tabloid " magazine DirtNow , which was previously two separate publications: dirt a tabloid and Now a glossy magazine with a more respectable reputation. A episode second and final season was announced on May 8,
Courteney Cox has a Dirt -y new friend. And she's a porn star! On her new FX series, Dirt , Cox cast real-life adult-film star Stormy Daniels to appear in the first couple of episodes, playing a woman who hooks up with an adulterous basketball player: Rick Fox , former NBA star and the ex-husband of Vanessa Williams. Daniels, a year-old Louisiana native, tells me she was impressed with Fox.