Call it karma!
Well, coincidentally, the country's internet is down again!
Previously, when their web went down on Monday, they released a statement saying
Here's the wagon…………………………………………….And here's David Arquette.
The Scream star is officially OFF of it because he called to talk to his old pal Howard Stern while he was deeeee-runk yesterday morning!
Stern was in the middle of his live show when Arquette called in. His speech didn't sound slurred at all, but the topics of conversation that David kept bringing up were WAY out of left field!
David pleaded with Howard to listen to him as he explained how the world is "playing the wrong game."
"Listen! This is the most controversial thing I'm going to say. Very controversial. And I'm sorry and I apologize to anyone I offend. I'm wasted and I'll get sober tomorrow. But Hitler played the game very well. Listen, he played his game really well and he convinced a lot of people to play his fucking evil game. But he was playing the wrong game."
No surprise, Howard was super confused by David's rant and tried to steer the discussion to Courteney Cox!
Stern asked David:
"Where is Courteney right now? Courteney Cox."
David responded with a burst of energy, saying:
"Courteney's in New York and I love her with all my f*cking heart and she's the most brilliant, beautiful friend I've ever met!"
Howard asked if the former Friend was still with her Cougar Town co-star. David admitted that she was no longer seeing Brian Van Holt!
But he refused to talk about if she was seeing anyone else, saying:
"It doesn't matter. All that matters is that someone treats her kindly and with love and respect."
That just breaks our hearts! We so wish those two worked out but at least the love is still there between them.
It sounds like David sure could use Courteney right about now!
Press PLAY (below) to hear ALL of David's drunk phone call, including more of his thoughts on what's wrong with the world, what he's going as for Halloween AND even his surprise opinion on the N-word!
[Image via BauerGriffinOnline.]