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Courteney Cox Talks Ex David Arquette On 'The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson' (VIDEO)

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While it likely wasn't a reason for their eventual separation considering how long they were married, it must have been difficult for Courteney Cox to live with David Arquette's pack rat tendencies. Apparently, it's not a stretch that on both "Friends" and "Cougar Town," Cox has played roles where she was controlling and a bit of a neat freak. Knowing about her tendencies, Craig Ferguson threw bits of paper all over the floor just to get under her skin on "The Late Late Show" (Weeknights, 12:37 a.m. EST on CBS).

She resisted the urge to pick them up, saying that being married to David Arquette is what helped her build up some resistance to a bit of a mess.

"You know I love David, but he's crazier than a bag of snakes," Ferguson said.

"He's crazy, but he's also a pack rat," Cox added.

It certainly sounded like Ferguson was heading somewhere dirty when he said that Arquette was a hoarder in his pants, but Cox understood completely. She described it like the never-ending scarves that clowns pull out of their pockets. "He has that and a thousand things from like a five and dime store," she said.

Courteney Cox can be seen on "Cougar Town" every Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. EST on ABC, while Craig Ferguson and "The Late Late Show" are on every night at 12:37 a.m. EST on CBS.

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