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Charlie Sheen off of Two and a Half Men????

Straight from People: Charlie Sheen Leaving Two and a Half Men

According to the article, sources say Sheen’s contract is up this season, and he has decided not to renew. The reason: he is just done. Men is the current top-rated sitcom, and it is still unclear if the show will continue without him. CBS has yet to make a statement, claiming that they do not comment on contract issues. However, a source close to the show stated that negotiations are still going on, and nothing has been decided yet. This is yet another challenge in a very rocky year for both Sheen and Men, which includes production being halted earlier this year due to Sheen’s stint in rehab after his alleged domestic violence charge.

If this is true, I really don’t think the show can go on without him. Not that I don’t believe in Jon Cryer’s talent, but the whole point of the show is the dynamic between the two. Take away one brother, and you really don’t have much left. However, if Sheen needs the time to get his act together, then maybe that is for the best. I just feel for all those behind the scenes that will be affected if the show gets canceled. Hopefully they will all be able to find something else if the show does cease.

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Posted by on April 2, 2010 in Charlie Sheen, Two and a Half Men


Updates on Kiefer Sutherland and Charlie Sheen

One actor will be returning to work while another will be entering rehab, which will halt production on his show.

Kiefer Sutherland has been cleared to return to work, with production resuming March 1st. There will not be a disruption in episodes. On the flip side, Charlie Sheen will be entering a rehab facility following an incident in which his wife claims he threatened her with a knife, causing production on Two and a Half Men to be suspended until further notice.

Sheen could face up to three years for the incident, which is why it was suggested he seek help. If he receives that sentence, many jobs on the hit series will be at stake. His wife, Brooke Mueller, is also attending a rehab facility. This is a very complicated issue, especially since there are children involved. Hopefully this all works out in the end.


My DVR Moment of Last Week – 2/14/2010

Spoilers might be ahead, be warned! This weeks top honor goes to the Vampire Diaries for finally showing someone that can bring Damon to his knees. No, it wasn’t his trapped inside the church (or was she?) Katherine, it was Bonnie’s Grams (played by Jasmine Guy), a seasoned witch that dropped Damon to the ground with one mean, icy stare. The icing on the cake? “I’m not Bonnie, you don’t wanna mess with me,” she growls. Unfortunately we may never see Grams again, but with a supernatural show, you just never know.

Runner-Up: Two and a Half Men and the unfortunate incident with Charlie and the baby carriage. Yes, it was gross and tasteless, but it was also unexpected, and gave Evelyn a chance to console Charlie the only way she can. (“Don’t worry, we’ve all been there” Classic).

Missed Moment: Apollo Ohno  makes history.


CBS continues to dominate Monday Nights

The Big Bang Theory and Two and Half Men, the dynamic duo of Monday nights (I couldn’t resist) continued their hot streaks in the ratings game. Big Bang posted the highest numbers with 18-49 year olds, while Men was the most watched program overall. Hulk says puny humans need to keep watching (sorry, couldn’t resist again, I promise I’ll stop.) Read more about other Monday shows and their ratings here.


CBS dominates Monday Night

On the night when How I Met Your Mother reached 100, CBS’s comedies dominated Monday. As per Variety, Two and a Half Men and Big Bang Theory led the pack, with BBT gaining a series high in both overall and demographics.

I knew I wasn’t the only one watching on Monday.


Recap on tonights TV :How I Met Your Mother, Two and a half Men, Big Bang Theory

Tonight was CBS night, and a return of some of my favorite comedies. I know the current trend is towards shows such as 30 Rock and Modern Family, but it’s nice to have a place where you can find a more traditional style of sitcom. Some may complain it’s an old formula, but if it works, then I say keep the formula going. So let us begin. Warning, there might be some spoilers.

How I Met Your Your Mother: I liked the episode, but I feel so cheated. I’m not the biggest Rachel Bilson fan, but my heart jumped when I finally thought we found the mother. But alas, she was only the roommate. At least we are a step closer. I do have to say, for the 100th episode, it just didn’t feel all too memorable, Barney’s suit song aside (NPH is AWESOME).

Two and a Half Men: I often hear it’s a one joke show. But sometimes, it’s a joke told rather well. I enjoyed the Alan/Herb friendship, but honestly, does anyone feel they might as well make Alan gay already. They lean toward it a lot, so it should just become official. Only thing missing was Evelyn. Trust me, it was noticeable.

The Big Bang Theory: Sheldon as a “Wing Man.” Nuff said. This was hilarious, and the young lady expecting to bed Sheldon was one of the best endings in the shows history. Who knew a Green Lantern lantern and a pair of Hulk hands were sexy (imo)?

Some of the best lines of the night:
“These broncos have been saddled.”
“Hulk agree to second date with puny humans. Hulk sad.”
“Goodnight puny human.”
and of course “I’ll sleep in Leonards room, good night.”

You might see that Accidentaly on Purpose is missing. As I mentioned, when formula works, it’s fantastic. But when it doesn’t….

There you have it. What were your favorite moments tonight? Comment away!!!!


Two and a Half Men marches on

For those aware of the Charlie Sheen situation, here is some news regarding Two and Half Men I found on Variety’s website: Men production unaffected by Sheen arrest

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Posted by on January 9, 2010 in Charlie Sheen, Two and a Half Men