David Arquette Is Paying a Visit to 'Cougar Town'
David Arquette and Courteney Cox are continuing their campaign to be crowned the Most Amicably Estranged Couple Ever.
Despite their separation, Arquette will guest-star on Cox's ABC comedy "Cougar Town." Arquette will play a perhaps-overzealous hotel concierge who offers his services to Jules Cobb (played by Cox) and her crew on the show's season finale.
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Displaying his own trademark zeal, Arquette expressed his glee over the upcoming appearance on his Twitter account Friday, tweeting at Cox and her co-star Christa Miller, "Can't wait to work with you ladies!"
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This is far from the only collaboration for Cox and Arquette since they announced their split in Oct. 2010. The pair co-starred in last year's "Scream 4," and continue to work together via their Coquette Productions, which last year sold a game show pilot, "Identity Crisis," to CBS.
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