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Dirt 1 Season

Season 1
4.1 out of 5 stars (57) IMDb 7/10

Powerful tabloid Editor-in-Chief Lucy Spiller, with the help of schizophrenic paparazzo Don Konkey, exposes the hidden truth behind celebrity lives.

Starring:
Courteney Cox, Ian Hart

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Season 1

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1. Pilot

Powerful tabloid editor, Lucy Spiller, will stop at nothing to dig up the Hollywood dirt her readers crave.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 54 minutes Release date: January 2, 2007
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2. Blogan

Lucy sends Don to photograph a deceased Kira Klay for a controversial cover shot. Meanwhile, Willa tries to impress Lucy by tracking down information on the imminent birth of "Blogan."

TV-14 CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: January 9, 2007
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3. Ovophagy

Lucy desperately needs a hot cover story to launch the newly minted magazine, “Dirt Now.”

TV-14 CC Runtime: 48 minutes Release date: January 16, 2007
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4. What to Expect When You're Expecting

Lucy blackmails basketball star Prince Tyreese (guest star Rick Fox) into helping her track down a missing rap star.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: January 23, 2007
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5. You Don't Know Jack

After bailing Don out of jail for trespassing, Lucy publishes Don's photos of action-movie star Jack Dawson (guest star Grant Show) in the arms of her brother Leo.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: January 30, 2007
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6. The Secret Lives Of Altar Girls

Lucy assigns her onetime mentor Chuck (Paul Ruebens) to help Willa investigate the murder of a teenage girl from a small town. Holt and Lucy finally confront their own attractions.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: February 6, 2007
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7. Come Together

Jack Dawson's lawsuit jeopardizes Lucy's magazine and her relationship with her brother. Willa's excitement over her first cover story is short-lived when her source recants. Don embarks on a relationship with a coffee house waitress.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: February 13, 2007
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8. The Thing Under the Bed

Troubling questions from Lucy’s past prevent her from sleeping. Willa teams up with Don to uncover a secret celebrity wedding. Julia deals with rehab while Holt deals with his career.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: February 20, 2007
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9. This is Not Your Father's Hostage Situation

Dirt Now becomes news when former child star Sammy Winter takes Lucy and the entire magazine staff hostage.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: February 27, 2007
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10. The Sex Issue

To help herself and the Dirt Now staff recover from their hostage crisis, Lucy decides it's time for some fun; Dirt Now publishes its first Sex issue.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: March 6, 2007
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11. Pap Smeared

An eager young photographer offers to help Don as he competes for the same story with a band of gangbangers-turned-paparazzi.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: March 13, 2007
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12. Caught On Tape

A horrified Julia learns that a sex tape of her and a former co-star turns up on the Internet, which results in a media circus for Lucy.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: March 20, 2007
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13. Ita Missa Est

Lucy goes head-to-head with her longtime rival Tina Harrod (special guest star Jennifer Aniston) when a rumor surfaces that Tina is up for Lucy's job.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: March 27, 2007
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Do people realize how bitingly smart this show is? I don't think they do, judging by the disparaging comments on how gratuitous, lurid, and tasteless the show is. Guess what? It's a show about sensationalist TABLOIDISM. And the show IS funny: all sharp, bleeding wit--and Lucy Spiller's first instinct is to tear into the first hint of blood in the water.

But what's more amazing is to watch Courtney Cox as the Devil working the room, spinning her wheels and making deals, and then seeing her as the minions and pawns fade away and she's left alone, doubting. Human.

I think that's what this show at its core is about--showing what's human behind the celeb, the humanity behind the monstrous tabloid business, all that seems to be only plastic and spit-shined glamor, deceit and manipulation. The heart of the show lies in Lucy and Don's genuine friendship. Don truly is the "heart and voice" of the show, because it's through him that the show (daringly, honestly, unflinchingly) questions its actions: Why the hell is everyone acting so horribly to each other?

The answer: Because you want them to.

Dirt makes a statement and makes it profoundly--and not by beating you in the head with a soapbox. The show opens up into the hyper-real world that crystallizes the concept of What People Want, this current market of consumers' crushing need for entertainment that deals exclusively in sex, shame, blood, violence, and betrayal: "Who's the fugliest?" "Who's the sluttiest"? "When is that good-girl celeb going to give us a REAL show?" The weekly tabloids, but more than that--this obsession that controls every single aspect of media...and what gives Lucy Spiller, editor of one such "rag" such as Dirt so much *power* in the industry.
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I stayed away from this show for far too long because it got slammed by so many critics but when Hulu launched I figured what the heck, it's free so I'll give it a shot and I'm SO GLAD I did.

For all of those who slam it I say: this isn't Masterpiece Theatre kids and it isn't supposed to be.

What it is is a highly enjoyable guilty pleasure and it's fantastic to see Courtney Cox in this as it is clear she is having a blast playing the over the top Lucy Spiller.
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i watched the first episode of dirt, and from the beginning i felt it was going to be one of the best shows. great acting, organized and touching storyline, amazing plot and everything that you find interesting in a show you will defiantly find it in 'dirt'. Courtney Cox was a great actor and is one of the best tv series on FX including Nip/Tuck and Damages. it is getting picked up for a second season premiering on the 2nd of march 08. really amazing series recommended to all.
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I love Courtney Cox but not this show. I haven't even made it past the first disk. It is just odd to me. A tad bit hard to follow. It is great seeing Courtney Cox in a role other than comedy. Eventually I will finish watching all of this season of Dirt but this is a show that you would need to be in the mood for something quite different and something you need to concentrate on to follow. Not a laid-back enjoyable show to relax watching.
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I was not sure what to think when I bought this season, but I had heard that it was good from a friend. Courtney Cox is fantastic as a character in charge of a half-dirty tabloid, half-entertainment news type of magazine. She is constantly battling with celebrities to get new "dirt" that no other magazine has, and is very good at playing the politics needed to make it in the business.

There is plenty of sexual inuendo (and more) for those looking for that, and great relationships between characters that are constantly evolving. While the show uses very few celebrities, you will feel that the celeb characters are actually famous because the writing is that good.

The final episode is incredible, though it will leave you hanging a bit. Overall, this is a definite buy recommendation!

Have fun!
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As for the content, this show deals with the tawdry side of life, particularly Hollywood; so we should expect an expose of the immorality that may come from a life in pursuit of hedonism. But artistically, the acting and film-making is great.
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By Liquid Gold on April 17, 2008
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okay, so it's trashy, and it lays bare all the tabloid nonsense we like to pretend we despise. but hey, isn't that the point of TV? personally, i find the show completely addictive. this show entertains in rich color and witty dialog. i think the cast is amazing- courtney cox is a cold and compelling star, and don is totally endearing as a co. willa is wonderfully wicked, holt gorgeously indecisive, julia, ah how you'll love to hate her. and hey, if you don't want to watch a show about a tabloid, don't watch it! but if you do, i think you'll agree you're hooked after one episode. it's just good entertainment!
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I recall the promos for Courtney Cox's TV series DIRT (2008) and thinking this was going to be a 1-dimensional, trashy, forgettable show. Well, I was wrong! I got to see this well-executed show first-run back in 2008 and with each passing episode, I was thoroughly impressed with how biting, quick-witted, slick, well-written, and superbly acted this show was!

"Dirt" starred the aforementioned Cox (in perhaps her most underrated performance in any medium) as tabloid magazine editor Lucy Spiller, an uninhibited, relentless, sexual woman who ran a tight ship. "Friends" might have made Cox a household name, but in my opinion, "Dirt" proved that she could really ACT! On this short-lived series, Cox brought her A-game in terms of acting, imbibing Lucy with immense sex appeal, a commanding personality, and a real humanity underneath it all. I'd rank Lucy Spiller as one of the sexiest female characters I've ever seen on a TV show!

Lucy's minions included her college friend and top photographer, the schizophrenic Don Konkey (brilliantly played by Ian Hart), her hand-picked assistant, Lucy-in-training Willa McPherson (earnestly played by Alexandra Breckenridge), and her in-name-only boss sleazy publisher Brent Barrow (played to the hilt by Jeffrey Nordling). Lucy's first major story in Season 1 involved a feuding Hollywood couple, the bi-sexual, drug addicted young starlet Julia Mallory (excellently performed by Laura Allen) and her struggling significant other hunk actor Holt McLaren (played with unapologetic sex appeal by Josh Stewart).
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