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Season: 1 | 2
Year: 2007 | 2008


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Pilot

2 January 2007
Lucy Spiller is the ambitious, ruthless, cynical, and scheming editor of two Hollywood tabloid magazines, 'Dirt' and 'Now' and who's masterful at using threats and manipulation to dig up dirt on celebrities. Aided by resourceful paparazzi Don Konkey, a mentally unbalanced schizophrenic, Lucy zeroes in on struggling actor Holt McLaren, who needs favorable publicity and whose rising-star girlfriend, Julia Mallory, is well-connected to some dirt when Holt leaks info about Julia's superstar actress friend, Kira Klay's pregnancy, but later regrets it. While stemming off her demanding employer, Dirt's publisher Brett Barrow, Lucy is also very lonely and hides her unhappiness and loneliness behind aggression and a mean-spirited attitude. Meanwhile, Don zeros his attention of basketball superstar Prince Tyreese who's having an affair with a local prostitute, while Don suffers from periodic hallucinations from his mental disorder and caring for his sick pet cat. Holt also learns about some dirt that Lucy and Don have on Julia involving a porno tape in order to keep him in line as their source of information.

Courteney Cox ... Lucy Spiller

Ian Hart ... Don Konkey

Josh Stewart ... Holt McLaren

Laura Allen ... Julia Mallory

Jeffrey Nordling ... Brent Barrow

Will McCormack ... Leo Spiller (credit only)

Shannyn Sossamon ... Kira Klay

Alexandra Breckenridge ... Willa McPherson

Rick Fox ... Prince Tyreese

Johann Urb ... Johnny Gage

Julie Claire ... Cheryl Steen

Bret Roberts ... Cal

David Fincher ... Himself

Demetrius Grosse ... Kenny the Assistant

Channon Roe ... Jeff Stagliano
Glen Badyna ... Elliott

Shauna Stoddart ... Terry

Alexi Wasser ... Naomi
Nikki Davis ... Michelle
Anil Raman ... Anil
Sean Moran ... Harvey Stone

Monica Calhoun ... Chelle

Stormy Daniels ... Stormy

Linda Dona ... Publicist

Doug Cox ... Dr. Lusero

Anne L. Nathan ... Dr. Shalba (as Anne Nathan)

Sarayu Blue ... Assistant Pharmacist (as Sarayu Rao)

Austin Highsmith ... Mary Duffy

Johnny Marques ... Agent

Andrew Lukich ... Reporter

Joel Spence ... Guy

Cynthia Addai-Robinson ... Woman
Michael Atilano ... Paparazzo

Justin Lebrun ... Waiter (2007)
Patrick Martens ... Sad Cat Man
Kyra Oser ... Receptionist

Meghan Ashley ... Pool Nymph (uncredited)

Misty Madden ... Celebrity (uncredited)
Chad Moore ... Waiter #1 (uncredited)
Ian Novotny ... Dirt Magazine Staff (uncredited)

Eric Reinholt ... Bartender (uncredited)
Cheree Sager ... Brunette Hair Model (uncredited)

Katy Sullivan ... Dream Girl (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Blogan

9 January 2007
Lucy sends Don to shoot Kira Klay's corpse at her funeral, but Kira looks all too lively to him when she begins appearing before him, as well as his dead pet cat. Don also gets an unpleasant visit from basketball star Prince Tyreese over the photos of him and Stormy the prostitute. Lucy and Brett get a visit from the ruthless owner, Gibson Horne, over the rising costs of editing 'Dirt' as well as managing 'Now'. Meanwhile, Holt looks for ways to help Julia recover from the car accident while work offers for him continue to arrive. Willa McPherson, the naive new intern, shows journalistic spunk in tracking down dirt on a Hollywood power couple known as "Blogan", over their pregnancy.

Season 1, Episode 3: Ovophagy

16 January 2007
When the newly merged "Dirt Now" is about to launch a new cover story, Lucy suspects that drugs made an ailing Christian-pop star sick and she dispatches Don to the hospital to get the dirt. Meanwhile, Holt is courted by a major studio producer while Julia has a hard time back on the set of her TV sitcom due to her accelerating painkiller addiction. Lucy's younger gay brother, Will, begins seeing an attractive movie action star, named Jack Dawson, and is worried about the repercussions if it was made public. Prince Tyreese approaches Lucy where he confides in her that he has information about a murdered rap star that has gone missing. Also, Don continues seeing the dead and pregnant Kira and goes to drastic means to get into the hospital to photograph the celebrity, while Willa continues to have bad luck trying to seek out her own competitive story when she meets the infamous Garbo, the drug dealer-to-the-stars.

Season 1, Episode 4: What to Expect When You're Expecting

23 January 2007
Lucy continues to blackmail basketball star Prince Tyreese into helping her track down a missing R&B singer, named Andre G, in which Don finds his severed head in a jar. But Andre G's vicious, gangster manager, Tweedy McDaniel, approaches Brent demanding the source of the story. Meanwhile, Lucy and Leo's mother announces her plans to re-marry on the 25th anniversary of their father's suicide, while Leo continues to keep his relationship with actor Jack Dawson a secret from Lucy. Don's continuing visions of the dead Kira put a hamper on his work. Also, Holt cannot stand anymore of being around the nagging Julia, who then seeks companionship with her lesbian drug dealer friend Garbo.

Season 1, Episode 5: You Don't Know Jack

30 January 2007
Lucy finally publishes photos of action-movie star Jack Dawson in the arms of his gay lover: Leo. Elsewhere, menacing visitors in the form of gangster Tweey McDaniel and his goons, threaten Brent Barrow to reveal Lucy's source about the murder of rapper Aundre G. Meanwhile, Willa attempts to get a story from a former boyfriend to impress Lucy about her newfound killer instincts. Also, Julia interrupts a photo shoot for Holt which drives him closer to Lucy, while Julia falls deeper into drugs with her lesbian friend/lover Garbo.

Season 1, Episode 6: The Secret Lives of Altar Girls

6 February 2007
Lucy sends Willa to investigate the murder of a teenage girl in a small California town, and she delegates her onetime mentor, washed-up reporter Chuck Lafoon, to help where they stumble upon a fellow cheerleader, Mandy, who knew the murdered girl was pregnant. Back in Los Angeles, Don continues to isolate himself from the outside world in the aftermath of his day in jail. Meanwhile, Holt and Lucy's growing attraction towards each other arrives to a boil in wild passionate sex, while Julia slumps into the lesbian arms of Garbo and deeper into the world of hard drugs.

Season 1, Episode 7: Come Together

13 February 2007
Willa's excitement over her first story fades when her source, Maddy, takes back her story about the cheerleader murder by claiming that her minister father did not kill her friend, but she did herself. But Willa is not sure if Maddy is lying just to protect her father. Meanwhile, Lucy's relationship with her brother, Leo, and her business is put in jeopardy by Jack Dawson's lawsuit against the magazine after Dawson cries entrapment at Leo for outing his homosexuality. Don becomes involved with a coffee shop waitress, while Holt finally discovers that he has digestive worms, and also finally realizes the seriousness of Julia's drug addiction after she has a sordid night-out with Garbo and her friends. Holt stages an intervention for Julia to get her into rehab. Also, Brent makes a move unto Willa and plans her as his latest sexual conquest.

Season 1, Episode 8: The Thing Under the Bed

20 February 2007
Lucy has trouble sleeping and begins to look into her past thinking that there might be a connection to her father's suicide when she begins investigating her mother's belongings. Meanwhile, Willa teams up with Don and Chuck Lafoon to uncover a secret celebrity wedding. Julia deals with being in rehab while Holt deals with his busy acting career. Also, Lucy discovers that she has a stalker when an unseen person snaps photos of her and leaves them in the truck of her car... the first of a vague threat.

Season 1, Episode 9: This Is Not Your Father's Hostage Situation

27 February 2007
Sammy Winter, a former child actor, takes the entire office of 'Dirt Now' hostage in their own building for a set of vague demands, forcing a few of the staff, including Willa and Brent, to hide while Lucy and Don and the rest of the staff are at the mercy of the gunman. In the mist of all this, Lucy wonders if the man is really a threat, or just a harmless has-been seeking media attention? Meanwhile, Holt tries to be supportive of Julia when she comes home from rehab.

Courteney Cox ... Lucy Spiller

Ian Hart ... Don Konkey

Josh Stewart ... Holt McLaren

Laura Allen ... Julia Mallory

Jeffrey Nordling ... Brent Barrow

Will McCormack ... Leo Spiller (credit only)

Alexandra Breckenridge ... Willa McPherson

Vincent Gallo ... Sammy Winter

Johann Urb ... Johnny Gage

Julie Claire ... Cheryl Steen

Mini Anden ... Holt's Co-star

Ivonne Coll ... Cleaning Lady

Owiso Odera ... Gareth Dasilva

Shauna Stoddart ... Terry
Glen Badyna ... Elliot

Ankur Bhatt ... Kenny

Alexi Wasser ... Naomi
Anil Raman ... Anil

Louise Bennett ... Reporter #1

Rey Herrera ... Reporter #2

Angela Martinez ... Reporter #3

Joe Krowka ... Police Rep
Kyra Oser ... Receptionist (as Kyra Lin Oser)
Joseph Sun ... Asian Bar Guest
Konstantine Anthony ... Bartender (uncredited)

Tim Halpin ... Arresting Officer Tim 'Bob' Mercer (uncredited)

Amber Hay ... Tuesday Nelson (uncredited)
Tara Kokenge ... Hostess at Restaurant (uncredited)
Ian Novotny ... Dirt Now Staff (uncredited)
Tricia Rockman ... Reporter (uncredited)

Troy Daniel Smith ... Witness (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: The Sexxx Issue

6 March 2007
Lucy proposes to do a sex-themed issue of 'Dirt Now' as a means of getting the office staff to relax in the aftermath of the Sammy Winter hostage situation. Meanwhile, Brent and Willa finds themselves in a compromising position when they have a one-night stand with a scheming teenage girl whose sleazy con-artist/manager father wishes to turn her into a movie star. Don tries to face his intimacy problems with Abby. Also, Holt tries to deal with the aftermath of Julia's difficult drug recovery and his growing obsession with Lucy, while Lucy herself soon learns that her unseen stalker is stepping up the stalking.

Season 1, Episode 11: Pap Smeared

13 March 2007
Don meets an ambitious, but naive, fellow paparazzi, named Marqui Jackson, whom tags along to help him with his latest assignment in photographing a local starlet, and both end up at the mercy of a former street gang leader-turned-paparazzi, named Ozzy Romero, who employs his former gang members to make Don and Marqui turn away from the story. Meanwhile, Julia finds it difficult to find work after leaving rehab and becomes picky about her choices of TV appearances. Willa begins to give Brent the cold shoulder over their continuing office romance when she wants to stop, and he will not take 'no' for an answer. Also, Lucy's unseen stalker escalates of his harassment of her by sending out revealing Internet images of her.

Season 1, Episode 12: Caught on Tape

20 March 2007
When the porno videotape of the drugged Julia and Johnny Gage surfaces on the Internet, a distraught Julia finds herself in the spotlight by the public seeing her in a positive light while a negative reaction is shown on Johnny. Lucy wants to know how the videotape got leaked out since Holt destroyed the only copy, and she sends Willa out to investigate where the leads lead to an unexpected outcome. Meanwhile, Don is haunted by visions of Marquis who wants Don to ignore his latest photo assignment against Julia and concentrate on something else. Also, Leo returns after a six-week stay at a spiritual retreat with a silent girlfriend where Lucy updates him on her latest situation.

Season 1, Episode 13: Ita Missa Est

27 March 2007
In the season final, Don's mental disorder worsens as he wonders into the desert, haunted by visions of Holt, Kira, and his own evil self urging him to kill Lucy. Back in Los Angeles, Lucy feels her job is in jeopardy when a rival tabloid magazine editor, named Tina Harrod, arrives wanting to apply for her job. Meanwhile, Willa investigates the death of a fashion model during a high profile runway show, while Brent finally decides to move on and begins to focus his attention on another sexual conquest: Lucy. Elsewhere, Holt moves out of Julia's house while she finally learns about his romantic involvement with Lucy leading the unbalanced Julia to take matters into her own hands. Also, Lucy's stalker is finally revealed.

Courteney Cox ... Lucy Spiller

Ian Hart ... Don Konkey

Josh Stewart ... Holt McLaren

Laura Allen ... Julia Mallory

Jeffrey Nordling ... Brent Barrow

Will McCormack ... Leo Spiller

Jennifer Aniston ... Tina Harrod

Alexandra Breckenridge ... Willa McPherson

Shannyn Sossamon ... Kira Klay

Owiso Odera ... Gareth Dasilva
Rachael L. Hollingsworth ... Kyla

Shauna Stoddart ... Terry

Danielle Sapia ... Danielle
Kendahl King ... Tami G

Ricki Lander ... Lexus (as Ricki Noel Lander)

Edward Padilla ... Priest
Adam Riancho ... Young Don
Johanna Roxanne ... Lumina (as Joeanna Sayler)

Paige Brooks ... Heather Anderson

Greg Brown ... Runway Judge
Gillian Foreman ... Runway model
Kyra Oser ... Receptionist
Michael Perez ... Newsman Wayne
Emily Ming-An Wang ... Runway Model (2007) (as Emily Wang)
Sheryl Chambers ... Runway Model (uncredited)
Johnny Drocco ... Paparazzi (uncredited)
Silvy Kas ... Runway Model (uncredited)
Buddy MacKinder ... UPS man (uncredited)
Ian Novotny ... Dirt Now Staff (uncredited)

Frank J. Tsacrios ... Fashionista Frank (uncredited)

Joy Walker ... Other woman (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Welcome to Normal

2 March 2008
Lucy is unconscious and in the hospital after the brutal knife attack by Julia Mallory, who blames 'Dirt Now' for the destruction of her career. Don has a hard time after finding Lucy near-death and his schizophrenia begins taking a toll. Meanwhile, Holt's fame is rising, as Willa begins to rise at 'Dirt Now' in following down Lucy's ruthless and aggressive nature. Lucy prematurely returns to work when she hears that 'Dirt Now' is behind in sales and she hires a new employee, Farber Kauffman, whom she assigns alongside Willa to seek out a story about a pregnant gold-digger, named Martina Linn, and her objective to acquire her late husband's money. Also, Don and Lucy try to find dirt on starlet Sharlee Cates who may have some connections to the drug world.

Season 2, Episode 2: Dirty, Slutty Whores

9 March 2008
Lucy sends Don out to the L.A. County Jail to photograph a Paris Hilton-type celebrity débutante, Milan Carlton, who lands in jail after one too many drunk driving charges, and she later meets with Lucy to ask her to put a spin on her supposed 'redemption' to her brash life. Meanwhile, Willa and Farber team up to investigate the feud between washed up TV sitcom star Jimmy Darby, and his estranged teenage daughter who plans to make a comeback. Elsewhere, Holt continues to go on with life without both Julia and Lucy.

Courteney Cox ... Lucy Spiller

Ian Hart ... Don Konkey

Josh Stewart ... Holt McLaren

Alexandra Breckenridge ... Willa McPherson

Ryan Eggold ... Farber Kauffman

Dan Bucatinsky ... Dillon Frawley

Elisabeth Harnois ... Milan Carlton

Jordan Hinson ... Christa Darby

Kasha Kropinski ... Reagan

Charlie Weber ... Ian

Kevin Wheatley ... Kenny

Tom Arnold ... Jimmy Darby

Richmond Arquette ... Colin De Quisto

Josh Clark ... Sam Greer
Kendahl King ... Tami G
Thomas Scott ... Alien
Jennifer Leigh Warren ... Bee

Alexi Wasser ... Naomi

Shi Ne Nielson ... Emma

Lauren Sanchez ... Entertainment Anchor #1

Mark Thompson ... Entertainment Anchor #2

Giuliana Rancic ... Entertainment Anchor #3

Elise Jackson ... Catholic School Girl

Frederick Keeve ... Agent

Victoria De Mare ... Hottie (uncredited)

Brandon DeShazer ... British Intern (uncredited)

Tim Halpin ... LASD Arresting Deputy L C Jones (uncredited)

Chi Muoi Lo ... Leiutenant Nam (uncredited)
Michael Perez ... Newsman Wayne (uncredited)
Sarah Stringer ... Catholic School Girl (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: God Bless the Child

16 March 2008
Brent decides it's time to make the fact that he's the boss known to Lucy by allying himself with notorious gigolo Adam Proteau. Meanwhile, Lucy embarks on a dangerous mission of bringing down Tweedy McDaniel, the violent gangster/music mogul, but soon finds that Tweedy is connected to almost everyone. Also, Don finds himself a prisoner when he uncovers the deadly hidden secrets of a famous politician, named Cassie Hope, which involves her murderous son Craig, and the things he hides in his parents basement.

Courteney Cox ... Lucy Spiller

Ian Hart ... Don Konkey

Josh Stewart ... Holt McLaren (credit only)

Alexandra Breckenridge ... Willa McPherson

Jeffrey Nordling ... Brent Barrow

Ryan Eggold ... Farber Kauffman

Sharon Lawrence ... Cassie Hope

Julian Acosta ... Adam Proteau

Rick Fox ... Prince Tyreese

Larry Miller ... Bill Hope

Evan Peters ... Craig Hope

Billy Brown ... Tweety McDaniel
Cassandra Creech ... Sherry

Bresha Webb ... Alicia

Kevin Wheatley ... Kenny

Alexi Wasser ... Naomi

Shi Ne Nielson ... Emma
Sean Squire ... Maurice

Rachael Holmes ... Lil' Boots
Olissa Brooks ... Twin #1
Anisa Brooks ... Twin #2

Andrew Leeds ... Alan

Brandon DeShazer ... British Intern (uncredited)

Ivonnah Erskine ... Office Staff (uncredited)

Ian Fisher ... Rocker (uncredited)

Bubba Lewis ... Chad Linn (uncredited)
Akil Thompson ... Q.T. (uncredited)
Brian Vowell ... Waiter (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: Ties That (Don't) Bind

23 March 2008
Willa and Farber score another big story as they uncover the dirty secrets behind a hit television series. Meanwhile, Holt's estranged, redneck father appears and gives negative press about him. Lucy decides to get back into a relationship with dating Ted Rothman, a powerful studio executive. Also, Don learns that his estranged brother was involved in an auto accident.

Courteney Cox ... Lucy Spiller

Ian Hart ... Don Konkey

Josh Stewart ... Holt McLaren

Alexandra Breckenridge ... Willa McPherson

Ryan Eggold ... Farber Kauffman

Danny Comden ... Ted Rothman

Pablo Schreiber ... Jason Konkey

Julian Acosta ... Adam Proteau

David Hornsby ... Harold Beckman

Julie Claire ... Cheryl Steen

Richard Karn ... Holt's Father

Ned Schmidtke ... O'Connor

Rochelle Aytes ... Jasmine Ford

Ryan Bittle ... Paul Trisko

Svetlana Efremova ... Anna Karpova

Peter Giles ... Jonathan Chubb

Travis Wester ... Employment Agent

Kevin Wheatley ... Kenny

Joanna Leeds ... Becky Waters

Alexi Wasser ... Naomi

O.T. Fagbenle ... O-T

Nancy O'Dell ... Herself

Shaun Robinson ... Herself
Joe Reynolds ... Reporter

Michael Redford Carney ... Premier Guest (uncredited)
Kara Michelle Hyatt ... Teen Starlet (uncredited)

Andrew Leeds ... Alan (uncredited)

Jasmine Waltz ... Girlfriend (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: What Is This Thing Called?

30 March 2008
Lucy and Holt make serious decisions about their love affair, or lack of it as she hires a British paparazzi to tail him and Holt's new love interest, while she continues her own tryst with Ted Rothman. Meanwhile, Don's friendship with a pop icon reaches new levels. Willa and Farber explore the love lives of top celebrities and reveal some very juicy secrets about them.

Courteney Cox ... Lucy Spiller

Ian Hart ... Don Konkey

Josh Stewart ... Holt McLaren

Alexandra Breckenridge ... Willa McPherson

Ryan Eggold ... Farber Kauffman

Danny Comden ... Ted Rothman

Ashley Johnson ... Sharlee Cates

Pablo Schreiber ... Jason Konkey

Camille Guaty ... Debbie Ann

Callum Blue ... Graham Duncan

Derek Magyar ... Roy Toy Manning

Vicki Lewis ... The Beautician

Jasmine Lobe ... Genevieve Fair

Marla Schultz ... Camille

Kevin Wheatley ... Kenny

Alexi Wasser ... Naomi

Stephen Heath ... Zach Bauer

Bunnie Rivera ... Woman in the Park

Michael Agostini ... Paparazzi

Andrew Leeds ... Alan

JT Alexander ... Friend of Roy Toy (uncredited)

Jon Paul Burkhart ... Office Staff (uncredited)
Jack Chevanty ... Dirt Staffer (uncredited)
Johnny Drocco ... Paparazzi on Wall (uncredited)

Geoffrey Gould ... Paparazzi (uncredited)

Ace Marrero ... Friend of Roy Toy (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: And the Winner Is

6 April 2008
The entire crew of 'Dirt Now' attends a live awards show where scandalous going ons overshadow the entire ceremony. Willa and Farber try to find out why a recovering alcoholic actress was suddenly taken ill after vomiting on-stage. Meanwhile, Sharlee Cates asks Don to be her escort for the evening and she even gets a spotlight kiss from lifetime pop star Mia. Meanwhile, Lucy and Holt have a meeting of minds much to the jealousy of Ted. Elsewhere, Brett succumbs to the party lifestyle under the tutelage of the debauched Adam Proteau.

Courteney Cox ... Lucy Spiller

Ian Hart ... Don Konkey

Josh Stewart ... Holt McLaren

Alexandra Breckenridge ... Willa McPherson

Rosanna Arquette ... Mia

Jeffrey Nordling ... Brent Barrow

Ryan Eggold ... Farber Kauffman

Danny Comden ... Ted Rothman

Julian Acosta ... Adam Proteau

Ashley Johnson ... Sharlee Cates

Pablo Schreiber ... Jason Konkey

Julie Claire ... Cheryl Steen

Morena Baccarin ... Claire Leland

Gloria Votsis ... Jen

Rochelle Aytes ... Jasmine Ford

Victor Webster ... Trey Paulson

Kevin Wheatley ... Kenny

Alexi Wasser ... Naomi

Richmond Arquette ... Colin De Quisto

Victor Browne ... Malachi Brody
Steve Kemble ... PA Announcer

John Heffron ... Television Host

Matt Biedel ... Security Guard

Eric Feliciano ... Agent (uncredited)

Chi Muoi Lo ... Leiutenant Nam (uncredited)
Clay Mitchell ... Humiliated Paparazzi (uncredited)

JT Mollner ... Talent Agent (uncredited)
Michael Perez ... Newsman Wayne (uncredited)

John Robert ... Paparazzi (uncredited)

Jasmine Waltz ... Girlfriend (uncredited)
Holly Weber ... Nicolina (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: In Lieu of Flowers

13 April 2008
Lucy is hit with two deaths; first when Brent Barrow is found dead in his new car from accidental carbon monoxide poisoning, and later, Leo informs Lucy that their narcissistic, selfish, estranged mother also has died from a few too many plastic surgery operations. Lucy and Leo then go after the doctor partly responsible for their mother's demise. Meanwhile, Farber feels betrayed when the crafty Willa uses their romance to get dirt on a gay actor friend of his who wants to keep his arrest for oral copulation a secret. Elsewhere, Don is assigned to stalk Perri, a weight-loss expert who has suddenly gained back her weight, and Don later saves Sharlee Cates' infant daughter in a runaway SVR. Adam Proteau finds Brent's huge porno tape collection of his conquests. Also, Holt confronts Lucy and demands either a full commitment or a breakup.

Courteney Cox ... Lucy Spiller

Ian Hart ... Don Konkey

Josh Stewart ... Holt McLaren

Alexandra Breckenridge ... Willa McPherson

Will McCormack ... Leo Spiller

Ryan Eggold ... Farber Kauffman

Julian Acosta ... Adam Proteau

Ashley Johnson ... Sharlee Cates
Nancy Cassaro ... Perri Tatum

Tim Peper ... Mitchell Bianchi

Laura Kai Chen ... Female Paparazzi

John DeMita

Kevin Wheatley ... Kenny

James Gleason ... Minister

Ronobir Lahiri ... Al Nixon

Charles Howerton ... Paul Weston

Judi Barton ... Friend of Dorothy's

Dominic Oliver ... Paparazzi #1

Brian Kirchoff ... Paparazzi #2
Johnny Drocco ... Paparazzi #3

Ruben Garfias ... Grounds Keeper

Channon Roe ... Jeff Stagliano

Suzan Averitt ... Boob Job Patient (uncredited)
Heather Black ... Curious Woman (uncredited)
Wray Gould ... Sharlee's Baby (uncredited)

Mary Anne McGarry ... Dorothy, Lucy's Mother (uncredited)
Keisha Ramdhanie ... Twin at Funeral (uncredited)
Kellie Ramdhanie ... Twin at Funeral (uncredited)

Dian Van Patten ... Dorothy's Friend at Funeral (uncredited)

David Dino Wells Jr. ... P.A. (uncredited)

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