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Description

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.

Customer Reviews

I LOVE THIS SHOW!!!

Unfortunately only 7 of the 12-13 episodes were produced due to the writers strike. But still, who doesnt love a Live Perez Hilton? I know I do!

Finally it's back

I have been actually having anxiety attacks waiting for Season Two to get here ... Thank goodness it's back and Lucy is in full swing. She is SO GOOD, the cast is absofreakinlutely the best. The writers are awesome, with the strike and time off I'm sure they've cooked up some good stuff for us "dirt junkies" ... Thank you Courtney and David ....

thanks itunes

my roomate and i have been addicted to dirt and were overjoyed to see u have put up season 2, now all we need is season 3 of weeds!!!

Dirt, Season 2
View in iTunes $14.99
  • HD Version
  • Genre: Drama
  • Released: Mar 02, 2008
  • CCin English

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