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Two And A Half Men Finally Done

The cultural abomination Two and a Half Men is over after twelve painful seasons. Fans of the show had hoped Charlie Sheen would return for the finale and also that they'd be allowed some extra warm milk tonight. Sheen's character had been killed off years ago but the final episode explained he'd actually been held captive by his widow for four years, at which point he escapedand was nearly hit by a train but his life...read more

Amber Tamblyn Tapped to Be Obligatory Gay Character on Two and a Half Men

Eventually, every show on television will be about funny, well-adjusted, compassionate gay people showing straight people how stupid and hypocritical they are. Yeah, once in a while this will mean a show with two reasonably hot chicks making out, but for the most part, it's just going to be an endless not so subtle attempt by Hollywood to make gay people much more awesome than non-gay people. Personally, I could care...read more

the 'Two and a Half Men' kid says not to watch 'Two and a Half Men'

Angus Jones, the little kid from 'Two and a Half Men', tells something called Voice of Prophecy that the only half man we should have in our lives is our lord and savior Jesus Christ (that works better if you pretend he was sawed in half instead of crucified). "If you watch Two and a Half Men, please stop watching Two and a Half Men. I'm on Two and a Half Men and I don't want to be on it. Please stop watching it and...read more

Charlie Sheen has magic in his fingertips

During Charlie Sheens meltdown last year, the most frequent target of his public abuse was Chuck Lorre, the creator of ‘Two And A Half Men'. Basically, Sheen thought Lorre was an idiot and that the show would be better if everyone would just listen to him. He said, "I'm dealing with fools and trolls," and "I got magic and poetry in my fingertips," and "C'mon bro, I won best picture at 20. I wasn't even trying. I...read more

Two and a Half Mens ratings are down. And up.

Replacing the lead actor on a successful show can be tricky, but so far CBS has done pretty well in replacing Charlie Sheen with Ashton Kutcher on 'Two and a Half Men'. Despite being way down from the 28 million people who watched Kutchers debut, the rating for Mondays episode still pulled in almost 14.8 million viewers. An average episode last season with Sheen averaged around 12.7 million. When Sheen heard this, he...read more

boring Ashton Kutcher > insane Charlie Sheen

For the most part, working in Hollywood is just like working anywhere else. All people really want is to go to work, do their job the best they can, and then go home. Which is why it should come as no surprise that the crew of 'Two And A Half Men' prefer working with dullard Ashton Kutcher over, um, "fun loving" Charlie Sheen. E! news says... Here's what two of Sheen's old worker-bees had to say: "[Ashton] is really a...read more

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CBS will replace Charlie Sheen with Ashton Kutcher

It's just a few days until CBS hosts their upfront (when networks basically stage a huge convention and party and present next seasons shows to advertisers so they buy commercial space now, hence the term "upfront") so it's pretty important that they have a cast in place for the highest rated comedy on television, 'Two And A Half Men'. Which is the only reason I can think of for them to settle on Ashton Kutcher to...read more