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September 19, 2011
"Two & a Half Men" not so bad without Charlie Sheen
Ashton Kutcher didn’t bomb during premiere? According to USA Today, the introduction of his new character to “Two and A Half Men” was nearly seamless. Sure, they had to start with a funeral for Charlie Sheen’s legacy, but the show picked up with the same tone as before. Whether or not that’s a good thing, we’re still not sure of. source
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Ashton Kutcher didn’t bomb during premiere? According to USA Today, the introduction of his new character to “Two and A Half Men” was nearly seamless. Sure, they had to start with a funeral for Charlie Sheen’s legacy, but the show picked up with the same tone as before. Whether or not that’s a good thing, we’re still not sure of. source

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23:57 // 3 years ago
February 28, 2011

Who seriously thought this was a good idea? OK, we know, he’s friends with Charlie Sheen. But seriously, if you let this guy talk for 30 seconds, you realize that he shouldn’t be allowed within 12 feet of this show. Still hilarious, though – he’s name-dropping the World Trade Center in his rant about Charlie Sheen for some reason. Blood tests. Urine tests! He name-dropped Infowars.com! The TSA! Police state! Why did they let him on this show? source

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22:18 // 3 years ago
February 27, 2011
So the message from CBS and Warner Brothers seems clear: abuse yourself and the women around you to your heart’s content, but do not attack the golden goose.
New York Times columnist David Carr • Pointing out the elephant in the room with the Charlie Sheen/”Two and a Half Men” situation, which is that Sheen did a number of things arguably worse than any of his current drama – and to women, even – but insulting his boss ended up being the thing that got him fired. It’s a good point, and one that shouldn’t get overlooked as CBS attempts to figure out what happens next.  source (viafollow)
22:40 // 3 years ago
February 25, 2011
I was referring to Chuck by his real name, because I wanted to address the man and not the @(!&%$(! persona.
Charlie Sheen • Explaining why he called his “Two and a Half Men” boss, Chuck Lorre, by his Jewish name, Chaim Levine. Not that this is going to appease Jewish groups. ”By invoking television producer Chuck Lorre’s Jewish name in the context of an angry tirade against him,” says Anti-Defamation League national director Abraham H. Foxman, ”Charlie Sheen left the impression that another reason for his dislike of Mr. Lorre is his Jewishness.” Hey Charlie, may we offer a word of advice for you? You know why you don’t really see Mel Gibson in many movies these days? It’s because he said things like this. source (viafollow)
13:37 // 3 years ago
February 24, 2011
thedailywhat:

Instant Karma of the Day: In a joint statement released several minutes ago, CBS and Warner Bros. announced that, “[b]ased on the totality of Charlie Sheen’s statements, conduct and condition,” they have decided to shut down production of Two and a Half Men “for the remainder of the season.”
Earlier today, Charlie Sheen made a bizarre, potentially influenced appearance on the radio program of noted conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, where he made derogatory remarks about Two and a Half Men showrunner Chuck Lorre, calling him, among other things, “a stupid, stupid little man and a pu**y punk that I never want to be like.”
Looking back now, that may not have been the best idea.
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When it comes back next season, we bet they’ll lose a little over a third of the total males on the show. And seriously, who the heck talks to Alex Jones about anything? That’s, like, the last spot you should be if you’re a mainstream celebrity with any salt in your system.

thedailywhat:

Instant Karma of the Day: In a joint statement released several minutes ago, CBS and Warner Bros. announced that, “[b]ased on the totality of Charlie Sheen’s statements, conduct and condition,” they have decided to shut down production of Two and a Half Men “for the remainder of the season.”

Earlier today, Charlie Sheen made a bizarre, potentially influenced appearance on the radio program of noted conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, where he made derogatory remarks about Two and a Half Men showrunner Chuck Lorre, calling him, among other things, “a stupid, stupid little man and a pu**y punk that I never want to be like.”

Looking back now, that may not have been the best idea.

[tmz.]

When it comes back next season, we bet they’ll lose a little over a third of the total males on the show. And seriously, who the heck talks to Alex Jones about anything? That’s, like, the last spot you should be if you’re a mainstream celebrity with any salt in your system.

21:02 // 3 years ago