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The second season of Dirt continues where the first season left off: Lucy lays bleeding and unconscious after a brutal, in-home attack at the hands of actress Julia Mallory (Laura Allen), whose career was destroyed by "Dirt Now." Don Konkey struggles to overcome his schizophrenia through medication as he is shattered by Lucy's assault. Holt McLaren (Josh Stewart) ascends to A-list stardom and has left Julia. And Willa McPherson (Alexandra Breckenridge) has ended her affair with "Dirt Now" publisher Brent Barrow (Jeffrey Nordling) and is no longer the naïve, neophyte reporter on Lucy's staff.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoWelcome to Normal||After surviving her violent attack, Lucy Spiller returns to Dirt Now magazine to reclaim her position as Tabloid Queen. Don begins to experience life on medication. A chance encounter between Lucy and a young pop star results in a surprising opportunity. Lucy digs for the truth about a famous heiress about to have a baby. Guest stars include Ryan Eggold as "Farber Kauffman", Kevin Wheatley as "Kenny", Ashley Johnson as "Sharlee Cates" and Kiersten Warren as "Martina Linn." Written and directed by Matthew Carnahan.||40:55||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideo"Dirty, Slutty Whores"||Lucy demands answers when a spoiled celebutante is arrested -- only to be released from jail early. Willa and Farber try to locate the source of a popular sitcom star's self destructive viral video. Guest stars include Ryan Eggold as "Farber Kauffman," Tom Arnold as "Jimmy Darby" and Kevin Wheatley as "Kenny." Written by Joel Fields. Directed by Stephen Kay.||42:27||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoGod Bless the Child||Lucy becomes motivated to take down a music mogul's empire; Don uncovers an actress-turned-politician's secrets; Barrow attempts to assert his dominance over Lucy and the magazine.||40:37||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoTies That (Don't) Bind||Lucy rekindles a romance with a powerful studio executive. Willa and Farber join forces to expose a scandal surrounding a hit television series. Holt is swept into a public relations fiasco when an outspoken relative surfaces. Guest stars include Ryan Eggold as "Farber Kauffman," Kevin Wheatley as "Kenny," Pablo Schreiber as "Jason," Julian Acosta as "Adam Proteau" and Richard Karn as "Skip McLaren." Written by Robert Nathan. Directed by John Fortenberry.||41:20||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoWhat Is This Thing Called...||"Lucy and Holt reconsider the direction of their relationship. Willa and Farber expose the truth behind the love lives of A-list celebrities. Don's friendship with pop icon Sharlee Cates intensifies, forcing him to examine his own feelings about tabloid culture. Guest stars include Ryan Eggold as "Farber Kauffman," Kevin Wheatley as "Kenny," Ashley Johnson as "Sharlee Cates," Danny Comden as "Ted Coleman" and Pablo Schreiber as "Jason." Written by Jeanette Collins and Mimi Friedman. Directed by David Arquette."||42:28||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoAnd the Winner Is||The staff learns that the real show is backstage while covering an awards gala; Brent goes to extremes to impress his new boss.||40:10||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoIn Lieu of Flowers||An overweight sitcom star takes desperate measures to avoid being Lucy's next cover story; a former child star tests Willa and Farber's relationship; circumstances compel Lucy to examine her relationships.||40:28||$2.99||View in iTunes|
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I enjoy my Monday night fix of Dirt every week from itunes - so you can imagine my disappointment that last nights episode was not available. Why itunes??????
I LOVE this show, NEVER thought I would though!!
I have always paired Courtney Cox with the okay so-so jennifer Anniston actresses of the world. Jenn Aniston was okay in Friends, be she is NO great actress AT ALL! I figured this would be the calibur of this show. WRONG, I downloaded the first episode of the first season. I love this show, It is a guilty pleasure. There is not much thinking, if you like tabloids, you will love this!