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15. Best Verbal Volley: Looks like Jon Cryer's "lame side-kik" has had enough. After joking on Jimmy Kimmel Live that he's trying to "skew towards" Charlie Sheen's antics when he was fired from Two and a Half Men, a fed-up ...
Charlie Sheen, Ashton Kutcher
Charlie Sheen has threatened to beat up Ashton Kutcher after the current Two and a Half Men star called him out on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Kutcher first blasted Sheen for...
Charlie Sheen is not among the many who are coming to Phil Robertson's aid after his anti-gay comments made in GQ magazine. Instead, in a Twitter rant on Saturday, the actor called on the Duck Dynasty patriarch to make amends to those he has offended.
Denise Richards and Charlie Sheen
It doesn't sound like it's going to be a very merry Christmas for exes Charlie Sheen and Denise Richards.
Although the former couple have been friendly in recent years following their 2006 divorce, they are reportedly at odds again. Sheen, 48, lashed out against...
Looks like Jenny is getting a girlfriend!
Aly Michalka has been tapped for the recurring role of Brooke, a...
Charlie Sheen, Chuck Lorre
Charlie Sheen had some pretty harsh words for his former boss Chuck Lorre during Sheen'scontroversial departure from Two and a Half Men in 2011. But now he apparently wants to bury the hatchet.
Looks like Charlie's daughter Jenny will be sticking around on Two and a Half Men. Actress Amber Tamblyn has been promoted to a series regular in the CBS sitcom.
Charlie Harper lives... sort of.
Amber Tamblyn made her debut on Thursday's Season 11 premiere of Two and a Half Men as Jenny, the previously unknown daughter of Charlie (Charlie Sheen), who comes a-knocking at Walden (Ashton Kutcher) and Alan's (Jon Cryer) beach house — and the apple definitely doesn't fall far from the tree.
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Like her late pops, Jenny is all about booze ...
Two-time Emmy winner Chandler Massey filmed his final scenes as Days of Our Lives' gay heartthrob Will Horton on Friday, Aug. 23 — only he didn't know they were his last until he was summoned at the end of his work day to the office of Greg Meng, the soap's co-executive producer. During this meeting, Meng informed Massey, who had been planning to depart the NBC soap when his contract expired in December, that he would have to leave immediately because a replacement had already been hired. Massey exited the studio sans fanfare — no farewell party, no goodbyes, no nothing — and sources close to the young actor say he was devastated and in tears. His last episode will air on or around Dec. 31.
Chandler Massey shot his last scene as Will Horton on Friday, Gay Star Newsreports. The Days of Our Lives actor was let out of his four-year contract more than three months early, but the role of Will is going to be recast.