Dirt (2007–2008)
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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 ... See full summary »

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Don Konkey
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Holt McLaren
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Julia Mallory
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Leo Spiller (credit only)
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Willa McPherson
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Kira Klay
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Prince Tyreese
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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. Written by Anonymous

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Lucy Spiller: [to her boss Brent Barrow] Uh she's like 23... she's way too old for you.
Brent Barrow: No, 23 is good.
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A great episode
10 January 2007 | by See all my reviews

"Blogan" takes us under a lot of dirt: first of all, it brings a more human dimension to Lucy, with a brief dream sequence that shows us a wheel-secluded secret lying under the cold surface of this woman apparently strong but fragile and vulnerable. Has the dream sequence something to do with the fascination of Don for the death (first Tristan the cat, and now the frail corpse of Kira)?

And then, the cover-story of the week: spicy, sleazy, entertaining. Blaire and Logan - whose maid earn a lot less money than Tom & Katie's - try to mess with the media, showing the weakness of a whole world, prisoner of itself: a world where is easier to pretend to be something than really be; a world where a lie is more believable than the truth; a world where the boundaries between reality and dream collapse under the "public imagination" (not more a "public opinion"), the constant manipulation that the audience want, believing in a lie bigger than life.


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