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August 18, 2006

The Fug Word

Not to dredge up a past whimsical fugging, but: Earlier this week, we featured Courteney Cox-Arquette and reminisced about a teen novel cover she'd modeled for when she was young. But the series was rather saccharinely named "Sweet Dreams," and I couldn't remember the title of the book; without photographic proof, I might have sounded like a raving lunatic.

So when some eagle-eyed readers, none of whom were clad in leggings at the time (so they claim... so they claim), provided us with a copy of the book cover... surely we couldn't be expected to resist sharing it.

Meet our intrepid and very pastel star debater:

She's smart. She's highly competitive. But in order to win, truly win, first she needs to learn to lose. And -- SPOILER ALERT! -- she gets the boy in the end. Basically, she's Monica Gellar in a Cosby sweater and slacks. Although, in another piece of career synergy, she also looks sort like a female Alex P. Keaton, the girlfriend of whom she played in that beloved Meredith Baxter-Birney vehicle Family Ties.

Lest you think it's not her, here's a shot of MoniCox-Arquette getting the boy in the "Dancing In The Dark" video:

This little blast from the past is brought to you by Bantam books, the Lord & Taylor petites section, and Supercuts.

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