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29 posts tagged charlie sheen

… Winning?

Never thought an arrow to the chest would be what finally got the best of Charlie Sheen.

Whether you like it or not, Charlie Sheen is coming back to TV. Here’s a short teaser for his new show, Anger Management — think you’ll watch?

The first picture of Ashton Kutcher with his Two and a Half Men costars. Awwwww, here it goes!

Ashton Kutcher is returning to primetime TV as the new star of CBS’ Two and a Half Men, according to multiple reports.

First rumored earlier today as a potential replacement for Charlie Sheen, it would mark his return to the sitcom world where he first broke through on That ’70s Show. Hugh Grant was in talks for the role, and he could have been a great choice, but the Brit dropped out.

Kutcher playfully seemed to confirm reports on Twitter, giving fans asking him about the reports a wink and tweeting “what’s the square root of 6.25?”

We’re hearing that this guy may be in talks with CBS to replace Charlie Sheen on Two and a Half Men. Clearly, the above promotional picture from Dude, Where’s My Car? predicted this moment (note the ladies in the background).

Ugh, now Charlie Sheen is claiming that he “might do a European leg” of his awful tour. How do you say “losing!” in Flemish?

Those statements are false. As you know, there have been no discussions, there are no discussions and there will be no discussions, regarding his returning to or having any involvement with the series.

Warner Brothers shoots down Charlie Sheen’s claims that he’s been in talks to return to Two and a Half Men. Sorry, Charlie.

DID CHARLIE SHEEN'S FRONT TOOTH FALL OUT OR WHAT?! Thank you for your attention to this matter. #win #grin

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Hm! Despite our exhaustive Charlie Sheen coverage, we have apparently neglected to investigate this important issue. I’ll tell the L.A. Bureau to get on it immediately.

It was obvious that Charlie Sheen found the mounting audience hostility at Radio City a little flabbergasting. He jeered at the jeerers, and often seemed to be saying, with a grimace of attitude: Why the hell are you people heckling me if you paid to see me? He didn’t seem to get that the audience was answering back: “Because we didn’t want you to suck.”

Owen Gleiberman’s report from Charlie Sheen’s Radio City Music Hall show is required reading.

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