Jeers to Chuck Lorre for biting the hand that feeds him — and his entire crew.
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The Two and a Half Men cocreator's vanity card this week read, "I exercise regularly. I eat moderate amounts of healthy food. I make sure to get plenty of rest. I see my doctor once a year and my dentist twice a year. I floss every night. I've had chest x—rays, cardio stress tests, EKG's and colonoscopies. I see a psychologist and have a variety of hobbies to reduce stress. I don't drink. I don't smoke. I don't do drugs. I don't have crazy, reckless sex with strangers ...
Nathan Fillion, Stana Katic
Our top moments of the week:
11. Best Excuse for Facial Hair: White Collar mixes style and substance for its flashback episode. Fans finally learn how Neal met his love, Kate, and future partner-in-crime(-solving) Peter. But much more importantly, we get to see Tim DeKay rock a mustache! Your move, Bradley Whitford.
10. Cheapest False Alarm: Remember all those promos for that catastrophic tsunami on Hawaii Five-0? "This is one wave you don't want to ride," CBS warned us. Yeah, it never happened. It turns out the tsunami warning signal was a fake, instigated by a hacker who wanted to create an evacuation as a diversion. We haven't felt this cheated since Rob Lowe "died" for a hot second on Brothers & Sisters (the first time).
9. Worst Display of Emotion: The dysfunction between Sammi and Ronnie reaches a new high...
The Good Wife, Glee
Joel McHale (Community) and Sofia Vergara (Modern Family) will be announcing the names of this year's Emmy nominations Thursday live at 8:40 a.m. ET. Here's who we think will get the 2010 nods.
30 Rock: Surprising guest stars Elizabeth Banks and Matt Damon proved that Tina Fey's brilliant love child is also a romantic.
Curb Your Enthusiasm: The Seinfeld reunion was...
Are Charlie Sheen's days on Two and a Half Men numbered?
The 44-year-old actor plans to leave the CBS series at end of the season, People reports.
Two and a Half Men's production order cut by two episodes
"Charlie's deal is only through this current season," Sheen's rep, Stan Rosenfield, told People, offering no elaboration on Sheen's future with the sitcom.
CBS would not...
One of the most predictable Academy Awards in years took a film-worthy twist as Kathryn Bigelow and The Hurt Locker beat out the closest thing the movies have to a Goliath — a film that just happened to be made by Bigelow's ex-husband. In doing so, Bigelow became the first woman ever to be named best director. But even some of the night's most foreseeable elements were pleasantly unsurprising: hosts Steve Martin and Alec Baldwin were as cutting as you would expect, and sometimes the overwhelming favorites are the overwhelming favorites for a reason. Welcome to our Top Moments: Oscars Edition.
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11. Best Interplay: Co-hosts Steve Martin and Alec Baldwin display an easy rapport in their opening routine as they deliver ...
Charlie Sheen is entering rehab, his publicist announced Tuesday, and production on his series, Two and a Half Men, will be suspended temporarily.
"As a preventative measure, Charlie Sheen has entered a rehabilitation facility. He will take some...
Charlie Sheen and Jon Cryer
Despite his Christmas arrest and allegations that he threatened his wife with a knife, Charlie Sheen is back on the set of Two and a Half Men and doing just fine, co-star Jon Cryer says.
"He's been incredibly...
Lisa Joyner and Jon Cryer
Emmy winner Jon Cryer and wife Lisa Joyner have adopted a baby girl.
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The 7-week-old baby, named ...
"Congratulations guys, unbelievable" host Neil Patrick Harris said of seven-time Emmy champ Amazing Race at Sunday's 61st Primetime Emmy Awards. "Upsets at every turn."
Harris was joking about his loss in the supporting comedy actor category to Two and a Half Men's Jon Cryer, but also ironically summing up the mood on a night when repeat winners ruled with just a few new faces sprinkled in.
30 Rock and Mad Men repeated...
I want to start this blog with a little homage to Patrick Swayze. I know a lot has been written and said since his death Monday afternoon. I will just add this, Point Break, Roadhouse... thanks Patrick.
I wasn't sure how the TVGuide.com blog thing would work, but I love that you can leave your comments below. I agree with those of you that love Jon Cryer and, yes, the duck man will always live on. Jon really is a great guy, and you might be surprised to find that he's a pretty darn good athlete. I did the Malibu Triathlon with him last year, and he whipped my butt.
As for the few of you that took the time to say you don't enjoy red carpet shows, I say this to you...