Assured of its 100-episode future and ignored by press as it may have been, FX's Charlie Sheen-fronted 'Anger Management' still managed to make waves in the past few months with the abrupt and controversial dismissal of series star Selma Blair. Blair's episodes continue to air until replacement Laura Bell Bundy steps in, but what does Sheen have to say in finally opening up about Blair's departure?
Some weeks ago we learned that 'Anger Management' star Selma Blair was due to exit the series, having disputed with Charlie Sheen for too long, though it remained uncertain when changes would take effect. Now, Broadway 'Legally Blonde' star Laura Bell Bundy has finally been announce to succeed Selma Blair in the female role opposite Sheen, but when will the character first appear?
Ever-more comfortable in its evolving cast, it's been some time since 'Two and a Half Men' confirmed that its eleventh season would feature the addition of Charlie Harper (Sheen)'s long-lost daughter to the cast, a role yet to be filled. Series creator Chuck Lorre recently spoke to the media about the new dynamic arriving from Charlie's daughter, and a potential role for 'Anger Management' castoff Selma Blair.
‘Anger Management’ continues on its 90-episode, two-year run with its 38th overall episode, “Charlie and the Cheating Patient,” as Charlie begins to suspect Jen's boyfriend Sean (Brian Austin Green) is having an affair with Lacey, while Patrick and Ed console Nolan when his apartment gets burglarized.
Previous episode, “Charlie Dates a Serial Killer's Sister,” saw Charlie inadvertently finding himself involved with inmate Wayne's sister Wynona (LeAnn Rimes), while Nolan showed Patrick his bizarre relationship with Lacey. So what did the latest episode bring? Were there more laughs to be had in the 38th half-hour of ‘Anger Management,’ or do we feel cheated?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Anger Management’ episode 38, “Charlie and the Cheating Patient”!
Shortly before Charlie Sheen's 'Anger Management' aired Thursday's all-new episode "Charlie and the Hot Nerd," word broke that the 10/90 FX series would introduce a new male series regular as a foil to Charlie, and complement to the new female lead replacing Selma Blair. Shortly after the episode's airing, that new male regular was revealed to be none other than recurring guest star Brian Austin Green!
For as quietly as FX and Charlie Sheen's 'Anger Management' had moved through its first 34 episodes, this week brought the surprising announcement that series star Selma Blair would depart the series over conflicts with Sheen. Now, the FX 10/90 sitcom has begun to look for a replacement for the actress, seeking to introduce a new female lead said to be the 'Cheers' equivalent of Kirstie Alley's Rebecca to Diane Lane's Diane.
‘Anger Management’ continues on its 90-episode, two-year run with its 35th overall episode, “Charlie and the Airport Sext.” Charlie's attempt to fly the group to Tahoe for a weekend celebration gets complicated in layover, while Mike agrees to watch the house for the weekend.
Last week's episode, “Charlie and His New Friend With Benefits,” saw Charlie finding himself involved with one of the women in his study, while Nolan began dating one of Patrick’s elderly friends. So what did the latest episode bring? Were there more laughs to be had in the 35th half-hour of ‘Anger Management,’ or did things go plane crazy?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Anger Management’ episode 35, “Charlie and the Airport Sext”!
We thought 'Anger Management' would breeze through its impressive 100-episode order without too many "Tiger blood"-type incidents, but it seems yesterday's breaking Selma Blair news may prove a major roadblock after all. Series lead Charlie Sheen reportedly threatened FX executives to abandon the series outright if co-star Selma Blair is allowed to keep her role on the sitcom, and that has led to Blair being let go.
These days it feels like we might be the only ones still following FX's Charlie Sheen-centric 'Anger Management,' but the latest news from the series will certainly turn a few heads. Sheen has reportedly "fired" co-star Selma Blair over on-set disagreements, and extended an offer for sitcom vet and Hollywood A-lister Mila Kunis to join the series for a number of episodes.