After upsetting Courteney Cox by dishing intimate details about their separation on Howard Stern's Sirius Satellite Radio show, David Arquette returned to the airwaves Wednesday morning -- and blabbed some more.
He told Stern he got weepy after having sex for the first time following their separation.
"After the first girl I slept with ... a few days later ... I was, like, crying..." he said. "It was the end of all the intimacy I shared with my wife. It was like a new thing. It was like ... putting that away."
He said the sex -- presumably with waitress Jasmine Waltz -- wasn't as special because it lacked "that emotional love that I always had with Court."
Asked if he's sleeping with anyone new these days, Arquette, 39, replied, "...There’s some stuff happening," and then admitted bedding a blonde Australian he met at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel.
When Stern recommended Arquette date Jennifer Aniston, Arquette laughed. "Not right, not good," he said.
When it came to the separation, he said he and Cox, 46, didn't sign a prenup - and that she's worth $100 million.
He also admitted he has been "drinking a little more" since Cox left him. (He even downed a few on his way to Stern's show. "I did, yes," he said. "I was on the red eye.")
The biggest message he tried to convey? He's "still f*****g in love with my wife," he said.
When Stern asked if Cox doesn't want to be with him, Arquette replied, "I don't know about that ... we gotta kind of make this separation more separate ... It's just not so easy to communicate."
He said they are still on good terms, even though she "got really pissed" when she heard his first interview with Stern. (He said she was in "our therapist’s office ... [then] we talked it all out and then we took a walk, and it was great.")
He played coy when asked if she was seeing her Cougar Town costar Brian Van Holt, whom Arquette called "a cool guy ... Any guy would be blessed to be with her. ... I don’t have any hard feelings for anyone. This is life and we are just going through it publicly."
Arquette was much more tight-lipped later in the morning during an appearance on LIVE! with Regis & Kelly.
He denied ever cheating on Cox, with whom he has a daughter, Coco, 6. "I was faithful to my wife for 11 years," he insisted. "Completely devoted."
He went on to say that the two had been separated for a while with an agreement that they could date other people. "I didn’t want to get labeled as a cheater," he explained. "I'm just trying to be honest about what I'm doing."
For now, he sees their separation as a necessary. "We’re at very different places," he said. "She wants real calm and growth. I’m feeling a little wild.”
Asked whether they could reconcile he replied, "There’s always a chance. I love her with all my heart."