Actress Courteney Cox recently admitted to Bazaar magazine, "I don't like to go out. I don't go to parties."
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Actor David Arquette made his third appearance on Howard Stern's morning radio show Wednesday, still sounding stressed-out over his split with estranged wife Courteney Cox two months ago.
"Are you having a nervous breakdown?" the genuinely concerned shock jock asked. "I believe so," a raspy-voiced Arquette replied.
During a one-hour chat, Arquette revealed that "everybody is worried and concerned about me," and that he's seeing a psychiatrist weekly.
The "Scream" actor also admitted he'd been boozing. "I've been drinking a lot because I'm heartbroken," Arquette said, but added he has since stopped because, "when I drink, I become a maniac. When you wake up and reality hits you, it's hard."
The father of Coco, 6, ultimately wants to find love and have more children. "I need love in my life," and is even longing for his pre-marriage ex, Drew Barrymore. "I know she is with Justin Long and everything, but how cool would an Arquette-Barrymore child be? From a pure breeding standpoint."
Actress Courteney Cox and her good friend, comedian/producer Michael McDonald, joked around on the set of her hit ABC show "Cougar Town." Watch all the raw moments!
The saga continues in the strange separation of Courteney Cox and David Arquette. Courteney is speaking out for the first time since announcing her split from her husband of 11 years.
During an interview with "TV Week" Cox said, "I don't know what will happen, but this is not like we're getting divorced. This is a separation and I think that takes a lot of courage. Whatever is supposed to happen will be the best thing for us."
Original "Scream" stars Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox and David Arquette reprise their roles in "Scream 4." It's been 10 years since Sidney Prescott (Campbell) was stalked by the Ghostface Killer, and she has put herself back together thanks in part to her writing -- that is until she is visited by the knife-wielding maniac once again. Watch the trailer!
David Arquette and his "Scream 4" co-stars attended Spike TV's "Scream 2010" on Saturday -- and Neve Campbell and Emma Roberts told "Extra" they never sensed any trouble between David and Courteney Cox while on the set.
"They adore each other," said Neve, who has worked closely with the couple on several films. "They're very respectful to one another. They'll continue to be good to each other and that's all we need to know."
Before David Arquette's TMI confession about Jasmine Waltz on Howard Stern, he and Courteney Cox seemed rock solid -- or did they?
There may have been signs during their past "Extra" interviews.
Arquette, seven years younger than Cox, said that he was not a fan of plastic surgery. "I don't like any of that stuff... I like how women and men age... I think there's such beauty to it."
Cox fired back, "I think it's easy when you're a boy to say... And you heard me say boy."
Watch more of their past interviews.