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

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Don Konkey
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Holt McLaren
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Willa McPherson
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Mia
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Brent Barrow
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Farber Kauffman
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Ted Rothman
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Adam Proteau
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Sharlee Cates
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Jason Konkey
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Cheryl Steen
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Jasmine Ford
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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. Written by Anonymous

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Claire Leland: Lucy Spiller. I should be mad at you for all those awful things you wrote about me in your magazine this year.
Lucy Spiller: Then stop doing all those awful things.
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Stirring Furnace
Written by John Askew
Performed by Tracker
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