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




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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Rachael L. Hollingsworth ...
Kendahl King ...
Lexus (as Ricki Noel Lander)


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. Written by Anonymous

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27 March 2007 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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When Kira and Don are talking in the desert, one of Kira's shoulder straps changes back and forth from having slid down to still being up between shots. See more »


Tina Harrod: Lucy, if I was actually vying for your job, do you think I would just walk into the offices of Dirt Now and have a meeting with your publisher?
Lucy Spiller: I don't know, Tina. Would you?
Tina Harrod: Wow. You really just don't trust anybody, do you?
Lucy Spiller: Nope. I didn't get where I am today by trusting people.
Tina Harrod: But you have to trust somebody, sweetie. This is no way to live. You don't deserve to be alone.
Lucy Spiller: Who says I'm alone?
Tina Harrod: OK! I don't know. Great! Who is he. Or, you know, who is she?
Lucy Spiller: Oh, God. What happened between you and I...
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Brilliant Season Finale for a Brilliant new Show
13 August 2007 | by (New Zealand) – See all my reviews

The Dirt Season One finale really brings everything together fantastically and makes the viewer desperate for the next season already. Discovering that Leo is the stalker was a twist I didn't see coming, unfortunately the one bad actor in Dirt is the character Leo, so while it was a surprise I didn't really care about the characters fate. Jennifer Anniston was brilliant in the episode, totally believable and with brilliant chemistry with Courtenay, I do hope that she returns next season either a (regular) guest star or even as a series regular. The Holt-Lucy storyline which fans so wanted a happy ending was given a part of one. Holt is in love with Lucy, Lucy is probably in love with Holt, and if Jennifer Annistons character has anything to do with it, it will be all over the magazines. The only snag is Julia who tries to kill Lucy, the interesting thing about this is, when her character is told about Holt and Lucy in Jennifer A's office, she says to Julia, you can't drink wine can you- so does this mean Julia is pregnant with Holts child! However I don't think fans should worry about it since it looks like Lucy gave her a good stab in the stomach! Don Conchi was phenomenal a brilliant performance and a brilliant, touching resolution of friendship and what their friendship means between Lucy and Don. The "baddie" and the new "baddie" Brent and Willa respectively, Brent now wishes to sleep with Lucy after seeing her kiss Tina (a kiss that I thought would be a lot hotter!) and Willa who is trying to do a Lucy and I have no doubt, trying to oust Lucy and take DirtNow for herself, can i hear a "bitch!" its been interesting seeing her character start as a meek journalist and turn in to a ruthless, manipulative bitch, it will be interesting to see how it all pans out next season.

This finale was brilliant, the final moments making you wish for more, I am so glad that FX has given this show a Second Season and I hope for a Third and Fourth as well. Dirt is one of the best new shows around, can't wait for Season 2!

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