Two And A Half Men Series Finale: Charlie Harper Is Alive, But Chuck Lorre Still Hates Charlie Sheen — WATCH VIDEO!
February 19th, 2015VIDEO
The “Two and a Half Men” series finale aired on Thursday, featuring the revelation that Charlie Sheen’s character Charlie Harper was alive, although the actor himself did not appear, with the whole episode set up to mock him. Get all the details and see video of the ending here.Read more...
November 10th, 2013
Nearly three years after Sheen took aim at the “Two and a Half Men” creator during his epic meltdown — ranting that Lorre was a “p-ssy punk that I’d never want to be like,” a “turd” and a “contaminated little maggot” — he tweeted at Lorre, “hey Chuck. I have an idea that u need to hear after I make amends to you and yours. which I will do in person. xox.”Read more...
October 4th, 2013
The actress-comedienne ranted about the alleged theft on Twitter on Friday, writing, “friends told me that ashton kuchner is stealing my jokes without any sense of being conscious of being a f*cking thief. #chucklorre”
The line in question — “I’m wet where I’m supposed to be dry and dry where I’m supposed to be wet” — Roseanne says is from her 2006 HBO standup special, which she claims falls under copyright laws.Read more...
November 3rd, 2012
Chuck Lorre is no stranger to public feuds, and he’s now stirred up a fresh fight with “The Bachelor.”
The TV show runner, who infamously butted heads with his former “Two and a Half Men” star Charlie Sheen, triggered the latest clash with the vanity card he produced for the end credits on “The Big Bang Theory” this week.
Lorre’s missive was mostly political (slamming Mitt Romney and certain policies), but also included the line, “What does it say about us when we think the institution of marriage is threatened by gay people who love each other, but not by idiotic game shows like ‘The Bachelor’?”Read more...
January 9th, 2012
New year, new Charlie Sheen.
“I’m not crazy anymore,” the actor announced at a Television Critics Association event on Sunday, explaining, “That was an episode.”
The “episode,” of course, refers to Sheen’s months-long, tiger blood-infused meltdown last spring that led Chuck Lorre to fire him from “Two and a Half Men” and the world to wonder whether the often-troubled star had finally spun totally off the rails.
Now Sheen says that’s all behind him.Read more...