Charlie Sheen says he deserved to get fired

By brendon September 16, 2011 @ 2:56 PM

Charlie Sheen went on the Tonight Show to talk with Jay Leno, and not just because Leno is the one person with worse jokes than Sheen, but also to admit that CBS was right to fire him when they did because he was acting like an asshole.

Sheen was asked if he was still angry towards CBS and the Two And A Half Men producers over the sacking. “No, no. I would have fired my ass, too.”
As for his media blitz last spring, “I said some things that were a little out there,” Sheen said. “I might have overshot the mark a little bit. But these were just metaphors. I didn’t really believe I had tiger blood or Adonis DNA. These were just jokes.”
Leno followed up with, “Many people thought you were out of control. Were you out of control?” Answered Sheen, “Absolutely.”

Wow, so before he had this boundless manic energy, but now he’s calm and lucid. Seems like everyone who thought he was bi-polar should line up and apologize.

the Juggalos loved Charlie Sheen

By brendon August 15, 2011 @ 12:42 PM

If you don’t know, Juggalos are fans of the Insane Clown Posse, and lots of them are dicks who get real brave and throw bottles and stuff but only when they can hide in a crowd. The Gathering of the Juggalos, a music festival founded by the Insane Clown Posse, was held this weekend, and for some reason Charlie Sheen was there to introduce some of the acts.

Sheen probably assumed he was safe because he actually asked for this gig and has referred to himself as a “hardcore Juggalo” in the past, but the crowd threw bottles at him anyway. They should find a more creative outlet for their feelings. I used to be the same way but now I have my pottery and water colors.

Charlie Sheens is dead and buried (on ‘Men’)

By brendon August 02, 2011 @ 10:55 AM


At any point during it’s first 8 seasons, I could have described ‘Two And A Half Men’ as being about as funny as a funeral. And now that’s literally true, since that’s how they’re going to explain replacing Charlie Sheen with Ashton Kutcher.

Deadline says…

Charlie Sheen’s character Charlie Harper is indeed dead and the season premiere will feature his funeral. Charlie’s girlfriends will come back for the occasion, and his house indeed will be put on the market. The episode will feature potential buyers coming to see the house (as I reported earlier, the list is expected to include real-life celebrities and stars from Men co-creator Chuck Lorre’s other series), with Ashton Kutcher among them.

Wait, this show is a comedy, right? And comedies are things with jokes, with light hearted topics so people can just relax and laugh for a while? I have to ask because either I dont know what a comedy is or CBS doesn’t. Im starting to think its CBS.

Sarah Hyland is gonna kill Charlie Sheen

By brendon July 22, 2011 @ 3:33 PM


Sarah Hyland was on back on the set of ‘Modern Family’ yesterday, and if Charlie Sheen is still stalking her like he was, I hope for her sake he doesn’t see these pictures. Because she still looks 12 (even though she’s 20) and now she’s dressed like a cheerleader. They should replace her regular security with big mean armor plated bears just in case.

(image source = pacific coast)

Thursday headlines, with sex tapes and lawsuits

By brendon July 21, 2011 @ 2:00 PM


MARILYN MONROE – allegedly is the star of a newly discovered 8mm film showing her having sex when she was 20. The owner is trying to sell it, though hopefully this is just a police sting to identify guys who want to watch a girl who’s been dead for 50 years have sex. (cbs)

SNOOKI AND MIKE TYSON – are 2 of the names being mentioned to face off on ‘Dancing With The Stars’. And hopefully in an assault trial after that. Guess which one is the defendant in my little day dream. (us)

CHARLIE SHEEN – always brags about his sexual prowess, but Bree Olson says they usually had sex just once a day. Surprisingly, that one-a-day limit was not her idea. (sun)

CAPTAIN AMERICA – opens tomorrow and so far 71 percent of the reviews have been good. I wish I could say the same for my Captain America outfit. Those kids were pretty mean as I waited in line to buy my ticket. Fine, be a bunch of jerks, I hate this stupid theater anyway! (rotten tomatoes)

KIM KARDASHIAN – is suing Old Navy for $20 million because she thinks the girl in thier new ad looks too much like her (this girl). Apparently she feels it should be illegal for other girls to have a face. (ny daily news)

Charlie Sheen has a new TV show (not really, btw)

By brendon July 18, 2011 @ 3:33 PM


Hollywood is apparently under the impression that ‘Anger Management’, Adam Sandlers 6th most popular movie that was released 8 years ago, has been begging to be turned into a TV show. And so that’s what they’re gonna do, and as Charlie Sheens can’t-miss comeback project no less!

Entertainment Tonight declares…

“It’s official. Charlie Sheen is returning to sitcom TV.”

Except that he’s not. All he’s doing is filming a pilot. There’s no network set to air it yet. That part is generally considered to be pretty important.

Loosely based on the 2003 comedy starring Adam Sandler and Jack Nicholson, the new show would find Sheen in the Nicholson role as an anger management counselor who seems to have a few anger issues of his own.
The project reunites the former “Two and a Half Men” star with producer Joe Roth, who worked with him on such films as ‘Major League,’ ‘Young Guns’ and ‘Three Musketeers.’

Oh, well if Joe Roth is producing it, it’s bound to be good.

“I chose ‘Anger Management’ because, while it might be a big stretch for me to play a guy with serious anger management issues, I think it is a great concept,” Sheen says. “It also provides me with real ownership in the series, a certain amount of creative control and the chance to be back in business with one of my favorite movie producers of all time, Joe Roth.”

First of all, casting Sheen in the Nicholson role, where he has to do lots of yelling, is a dumb idea. It’s the opposite of every comedy Sheen has ever done. Second of all, this is just a pilot. The 4 major networks ordered 39 sitcom pilots last year. Only 9 of those ever actually made it on the air (*).  At best this will end up on second-tier basic cable, on some channel that needs attention.  No real network is gonna trust Charlie Sheen with a TV show.  I wouldn’t even trust Charlie Sheen to have the fucking remote.

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