You'd think that with 'Two and a Half Men' star Angus T. Jones' major mea culpa yesterday over the hurtful nature of his religious rants against the series, there wouldn't be all that much more to say on the matter, but ours is a world where Charlie Sheen has tiger blood-fueled thougnts and a microphone at the ready. Indeed, the disgraced 'Men' star is at it again, offering personal thoughts on his former co-star's "emotional tsunami," and dragging Chuck Lorre into the mix. So what's Sheen saying now?
When the youngest star of a mega-hit CBS sitcom finds religion and derides the show as "filth," prompting its previously-ousted lead to label the show "cursed," it might be time for 'Two and a Half Men' to call it a day. Following series star Angus T. Jones' now-infamous rant against the series, the inevitable has happened and disgraced 'Men' star Charlie Sheen has decided to throw in his two cents. Could 'Two and a Half Men' really be "cursed?'
Man, who'd have thought that leaving behind 'Two and a Half Men' would be the smartest thing Charlie Sheen ever did? While the tenth (and likely final) season of CBS' monster hit continues imploding off-screen with star Angus T. Jones' religious rant, former lead Charlie Sheen is sitting pretty with 'Anger Management.' Not only did FX pick up the Charlie Sheen comedy for an additional 90 episodes to follow the first season, but music superstar and 'The Voice' judge Cee Lo Green has signed on for an appearance! But...as whom?
Lindsay Lohan is trying to make a comeback. Part of that comeback is her role in 'Scary Movie 5' where she was set to appear alongside Charlie Sheen. Except Lindsay Lohan just can't stop being Lindsay Lohan and the actress, despite trying to be on her best behavior, disappeared, skipped rehearsals, missed her flight to the film's set and tried to bail on the film by claiming "walking pneumonia." Oh Lindsay.
Boy, and we thought writing about how much the child stars of 'Modern Family' make per episode was as depressing as things would get this week. Love or hate Charlie Sheen's FX comedy comeback vehicle 'Anger Management,' there's no denying that it's made a mint for the network. And when it comes to Charlie Sheen, TV doesn't take half measures. FX has officially picked up the option for an additional 90 episodes of the therapy three-camera, but what will be different about the new episodes?
That's all she wrote for Charlie Sheen, at least for now. ‘Anger Management’ season 1 comes to a close with its tenth episode, as Charlie finds his relationship with Kate jeopardized over an innocent invitation to the movies, while Charlie and Jennifer uncover a Facebook picture of their daughter Sam kissing another girl.
Last week’s ninth episode “Charlie's Dad Visits” saw exactly that, as Charlie found himself visited by his father (Martin Sheen), and wondering if the slights he remembers over the years might have been his imagination running away with him, so what will the final outing bring? Are there more laughs to be had in the potentially final half-hour, or or is it not worth committing to?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Anger Management’ season 1 finale, “Charlie Gets Romantic!”
Another week down, with one to go for Charlie Sheen. ‘Anger Management’ season 1 makes good with dear old dad in its ninth episode, as Charlie finds himself visited by his father (Martin Sheen), and wondering if the slights he remembers over the years might have been his imagination running away with him.
Last week’s eighth episode “Charlie Outs a Patient” saw Charlie Goodson accidentally disclosing that his patient Nolan is in anger management, only to realize that the girl he discloses to has severe issues of his own, so what will the most recent outing bring? Are there more laughs to be had in the potentially penultimate half-hour, or is it not worth remembering correctly?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Anger Management’ episode 9, “Charlie's Dad Visits!”
The collection of life choices known as Charlie Sheen and Lindsay Lohan are two actors that people just love to hate, and so with that in mind, the creatives behind 'Scary Movie 5' have promised to off the pair in the opening sequence for your viewing pleasure. It's like the cinematic equivalent of aspirin. Or something.
Another week, another tepid entry for Charlie Sheen! ‘Anger Management’ season 1 gets battered by its eighth episode, as Charlie finds himself accidentally disclosing that his patient Nolan is in anger management, only to realize that the girl he discloses to has severe issues of his own.
Last week’s sixth episode “Charlie's Patient Gets Out of Jail” saw Charlie Goodson finding himself with a house-guest in the form of one of his paroled inmate patients, whom his ex-wife Jennifer takes a liking to, so what will the most recent outing bring? Are there more laughs to be had in the eighth half-hour, or is it merely battering us into submission?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Anger Management’ episode 8, “Charlie Outs a Patient!”