Courteney Cox: (in 2008, at age 44) I do want another child, yes, but I don't know how to achieve that at my age
Courteney Cox: (after giving birth to her daughter Coco) I haven't been able to spend as much time with friends, because I like to be with my daughter, and they get annoyed at first, but then they actually see her, and they're like, "Oh, okay."
Courteney Cox: I have issues with getting older, sure. There are huge changes in my body and my face, and I obsess over them. I just try not to have too many mirrors around.
Courteney Cox: She (Jennifer Aniston) loves it (Dirt). She thought it was beautifully shot, and she knows this is a show that is fun and not to be taken seriously.
(on the Paparazzi and Dirt): Some weird part of me said, "Oh, he drove all the way to Anaheim," so we did some stupid posed shot. But then I said, "OK, you have to come meet with the writers of my show." I felt like, "If you are going to invade my life, give me something."
Courteney Cox: If I get a facial, the paparazzi are there. If I go to my office, they're there. We were followed all the way to Disneyland by five paparazzi cars for my daughter's birthday.
Courteney Cox: I would like to do a part that would stretch me. In America it seems to me that you just take your clothes off and that helps, but I wouldn't want to do that.
Courteney Cox: I don't think I'm too thin at all. I understand when people say, 'Well your face gets gaunt,' but to get your bottom half to be the right size, your face might have to be a little gaunt. You choose your battles.
Courteney Cox: (on Jennifer Aniston appearing her new show, Dirt) Jennifer loves the show. She's already like, 'What am I going to do?' We were like, 'OK, if you came on the show, would you want to play yourself, or do we write a fantastic character for you, or you know maybe you take Dirt down?' We will think of something good. She will come on for sure! (edit)
Courteney Cox: (admitting plans for a Friends reunion can't happen) There's going to be no Friends reunion. It's too hard to get everyone together. The writers are doing their thing, and I just can't see it happening - not that I wouldn't do it, because it would be fun. (edit)
Courteney Cox (on plans for a Friends reunion): We talk about it because we love each other and we hang out all the time. I'm just saying I'm not opposed to it. Jennifer said she's not opposed to it. When we say 'reunion' I mean do a little Thanksgiving episode. It sounds like fun. It's a lot of different people to get into the room, so I think the chances of it happening are slim.
Courteney Cox (on her appearance in the Bruce Springsteen video: I don't like my hair that short. It didn't work for me. I looked like a little boy and I danced like a jock. (edit)
Courteney Cox: Fame enables you to act. And there are other good points - we have a lot of freedom in our lives because of it.
Courteney Cox: (on meeting David Arquette) I heard he was a really sweet guy, but a little troublemaker. For some reason when I saw him--and I'm never like this--I was kind of cocky and I said something like, "I know who you are." I don't know why, but I wanted to have some kind of banter with him. I was really taken by him. He's a very original person. Then I got to know him and found that he's probably the sweetest person in the whole world. He has the best heart. And any troublemaking part of his personality is just out of fun and because he's kooky.
Courteney Cox: (responding to questions about her alleged bulimia) I wouldn't throw up if you paid me. It just seems to be a waste of time.
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