I hope you weren't a big fan of Courtney Cox's post-"Friends" show, "Dirt." TV Guide is reporting that Cox herself conceding defeat and said that the show wasn't getting picked up for a third season by its network, FX. (Damn, I thought they kept shows on forever. No, wait... that's Fox.)
The show, which was produced by Cox and her husband David Arquette, was cut short mid-way through its second season due to the WGA strike. It centered around a woman who worked for a tabloid and featured guest stints by people including her former co-star, Jennifer Aniston.
Damn, I want a show now. Produce me, Court! I could learn to live on two grape skins a day! Honestly though, I don't think that I could go through all the crap that comes hand in hand with being on television. Huge salary, fancy clothes given to you for free by designers, drugs whenever you so desire them. OK, well, that does sound pretty good. But somehow I think Monica would be one hell of a boss to work for.