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... See full summary »

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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. Written by Anonymous

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Goofs

When Lucy gets the idea to combine the magazines, and we see the covers together, "Dirt" is spelled D-R-R-T. We know it's not intentionally spelled this way because on other covers, it's spelled D-I-R-T. See more »

Quotes

Brent Barrow: I heard you showed a video of sharks eating each other in the womb. Rumor has it that you had a twin who suffered the same fait.
Lucy Spiller: Well I like my space.
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Connections

References Gilligan's Island (1964) See more »

Soundtracks

More Sumthin (Fais Do Do)
(2006)
Written by Jammes Luckett and Casey Dunmore
Performed by DEUXO
Pied Piper Lorre Musesick/Bzinghe Publishing (ASCAP)
Courtesy of Plus4dBu Records
Under License from Blue Buddha Entertainment
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