David Arquette repeats history and drunk dials Howard Stern
David Arquette appears to have once again fallen off the wagon as he repeated history with a drunken interview with old pal Howard Stern...
David Arquette likes to talk freely when he has had a drink or two! The actor decided it was time to reveal the latest gossip about his ex-wife Courteney Cox, during a drunken phone call to Howard Stern.
Although, Arquette has moved on and has apparently found the "love of his life" girlfriend Christina McLarty, the actor may still be struggling to get back on the straight and narrow — and was even fired from the movie Something About Her in July because he was reportedly in an unfit state to work.
The Scream actor was clearly looking for someone to talk after all that booze and who better than a radio show host?
Arquette has a history of oversharing with Stern and decided to continue this legacy by calling in to Stern's radio show on Sirius XM on Wednesday in the middle of the day.
Admitting that he was not in the best state of mind, Arquette revealed, "I'm wasted. I threw a wrap party for this film I'm working on called The Key. This isn't the first time I called you [drunk], I've called in a few times."
Arquette also praised his pal Stern, saying, "You are incredible. You are God. We're all gods in our own way. We're all droplets of God… The whole game is to entertain God. God created us all."
Arquette and ex-wife Cox have remained very amicable since their divorce for the sake of their daughter Coco, 9. However, we doubt that the Cougar Town actress will be impressed that Arquette shared the details of her recent breakup from her co-star Brian Van Holt.
Stern asked Arquette about whether Cox was still with her beau, which he denied and added, "It doesn't matter. All that matters is that someone treats her kindly and with love and respect."
It was not all just drunk ramblings and gushing about his ex-wife though, because Arquette also had something very controversial to say.
"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," he said.
"But Hitler played the game very well. Listen, he played his game really well and he convinced a lot of people to play his f***ing evil game. But he was playing the wrong game."