Chuck Lorre may see a future for Two and a Half Men without Charlie Sheen, but the actor insists to his former boss that "no one cares about your feeble show without me."
In an angry, profanity-laced letter to TMZ, Sheen blasted Lorre for reportedly devising a Men reboot with a new actor opposite Jon Cryer next season.
Charlie Sheen reportedly written out of Two and a Half Men
"MY fans may tune in for a minute, but at the end of the day, no one cares about your feeble show without me," Sheen wrote. "Shame on you. Not even a phone call to the ...
Jon Cryer, Charlie Sheen
Two and a Half Men co-creator Chuck Lorre has devised and presented a plan that would reboot the sitcom with Men's Jon Cryer appearing alongside a yet-to-be-cast new character, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Quoting sources, the trade said Cryer's role in the revamped series would be "significant"...
Jon Cryer is poking fun at his former castmate Charlie Sheen's comments that he's a troll.
In a monologue on Thursday night's Conan O'Brien, Cryer said that while Sheen's words were painful, the truth is, he is a troll.
Now that Charlie Sheen has officially gotten the boot from Two and a Half Men, he says he wants rumored candidate, and Parks and Recreation cast member, Rob Lowe to replace him.
"He's a buddy of mine, he's a beautiful man, a brilliant actor, and I hope he does it and kicks its a-- because, you know, I still...
Charlie Sheen continued to blast CBS and Warner Bros. TV in what he said was his final Sheen's Korner webcast, calling his firing from Two and a Half Men "illegal and unconscionable."
"What has occurred, yes, in fact is a completely and entirely illegal and unconscionable act," Sheen said on Tuesday's broadcast. "Or, to quote my lawyer, 'really sh---y sh---y suck suck.'"
Charlie Sheen calls Jon Cryer a "turncoat;" Holland Taylor remembers a "polite" and "courtly" Sheen
The actor — who earlier Tuesday called former co-star Jon Cryer a "turncoat" for not reaching out to him — then lashed out at his former bosses, or as he called it the "unwanted list": CBS CEO Les Moonves, Warner Bros. Television Group President Bruce Rosenblum and Men creator Chuck Lorre.
"Les Than Goonves," Sheen called Moonves. "Part scoundrel, part ...
Jon Cryer, Taylor Holland
First Chuck Lorre, now Jon Cryer. Charlie Sheen is calling out his former on-screen brother for not contacting him during his dispute with Lorre, Warner Bros. and CBS.
"Jon has not called me. He's a turncoat, a traitor, a troll. Clearly he's a troll," Sheen told E! News Tuesday. "He issued a statement. Is it gonna take me calling him a 'traitor, juvenile and scared' for him to...
Rob Lowe, Charlie Sheen
First John Stamos and now Rob Lowe?
According to TMZ, Lowe is atop the list to replace Charlie Sheen on Two and a Half Men now that the actor has been fired from the sitcom. Men creator Chuck Lorre and Warner Bros. TV have already approached Lowe's camp about joining the show, which they're interested ...
It didn't take long for CBS to start planning life after Charlie Sheen, who was fired Monday off Monday night staple Two and a Half Men. Sheen is already nowhere to be seen in CBS' latest Monday night promo, an ad promoting a comedy lineup partnership with Verizon (currently running on the network's website).
Nathan Fillion and Stana Katic
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13. Worst 'Do: On Bethenny Ever After, Bethenny and Jason travel to his tiny Pennsylvania hometown, where she meets Brian, one of Jason's close friends. Brian, a die-hard Bon Jovi fan who is wearing an "I Heart Hot Moms" shirt, explains that he gets his hair bleached in Philadelphia to to look like his idol, Jon Bon Jovi. Bethenny speaks for all of us when she asks: "Brian drives 120 miles to get his hair done, and this is what [he comes] back with?"
12. Most Deceitful: After Mrs. Marin discovers that secret-houseguest-turned-boyfriend Caleb is...