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Charlie Sheen Calls Jon Cryer a "Turncoat;" Holland Taylor Remembers a "Polite" and "Courtly" Sheen

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... read more

Les Moonves Hopes Two and a Half Men Returns; Breaks Silence on Charlie Sheen

Les Moonves

CBS Corp. CEO Les Moonves says he hopes Two and a Half Men will return to the air, and doesn't foresee any financial trouble during the production's suspension.

Charlie Sheen: Life with "goddesses" is "perfect"

"Going down the road ... I don't know what's going to happen," Moonves said Tuesday at the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media & Telecom Conference in San Francisco, according to The Hollywood Reporter. "I hope it's back. We'll see."

CBS and Warner Bros. shut down TV's top-rated sitcom for the remainder of the season on Thursday after Charlie Sheen publicly bashed series creator Chuck Lorre. The halt is "actually a gainer for us," Moonves said.

Charlie Sheen: No one from the show has tried to call me ... but Mel Gibson did!

"Repeats obviously ...
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Chuck Lorre Responds to Sheen with New Vanity Card

Chuck Lorre

Two and a Half Men creator Chuck Lorre addressed Charlie Sheen's situation in a vanity card that ran after Monday's episode of Mike & Molly.

Lorre did not address Sheen by name, but decided to share his "uncensored thoughts" because he was "under a lot of pressure to respond to certain statements made about me recently."

Charlie Sheen: No one from the show has tried to call me ... but Mel Gibson did!

"I believe that consciousness creates the illusion of individuation, the false feeling of ...
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Charlie Sheen: No One From the Show Has Tried to Call Me… But Mel Gibson Did!

Charlie Sheen

Charlie Sheen says no one from CBS or Warner Bros. has tried to contact him since production on Two and a Half Men was shut down.

"I would urge [CBS President] Les [Moonves] or [Warner Bros. TV President] Bruce [Rosenblum]or Chuck Lorre to call in," he said on Piers Morgan Tonight Monday evening. (They did not.)

Should John Stamos replace Charlie Sheen on Two and a Half Men?

Sheen also said he hadn't heard from any of his fellow cast members since production halted. "I don't feel like there is any real... read more

The Biz: Rating the Replacements

Piers Morgan Tonight on CNN

How have viewers responded to the tumult in TV so far in 2011? Here's what the Nielsen ratings tell us.

American Idol
With the show going in to its 10th season, without Simon Cowell, industry insiders thought Idol could crash and burn. It hasn't happened. Through February 16, the show has averaged 25.2 million total viewers, down only 9 percent. "We feel it's a victory," says Fox executive vice president Preston Beckman, who credits the performance of new judges Steven Tyler and Jennifer Lopez. "We succeeded in reinventing the panel," he adds. read more

Matt's TV Week in Review

Mary Tyler Moore

The more things change, the more they sound the same. And so it was as American Idol returned this week — with shiny new judges, a flashy new opening, but the formula pretty much intact from before. (Delusional tone-deaf losers? Check. Precocious talents? Check. Inspirational sob stories? Name that tune, repeatedly.) One essential ingredient is, of course, missing: the curmudgeonly and biting snark, but also the tang of weary boredom, that was the hallmark of Simon Cowell. In his place, two charismatic supernovas who represent flip sides of the Paula coin: the ditsy loose cannon (an electrifying Steven Tyler) who blurts things like "I think you got the what-is-it-ness" when he's not leering at a parade of nubile Disney Channel refugees or drumming along to the groove of the better talents; and the beatific cheerleader (a luminous Jennifer Lopez) who's quick with the goosebumps and moist eyes and hates to say no. "I'm not in the business of crushing spirits," says J-Lo, who goes on to protest too much: "This is awful. I hate this! Why did I sign up for this?"

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Rep: George Clooney "Completely Over" Bout with Malaria

George Clooney

George Clooney has recovered from a bout of malaria, his rep tells TVGuide.com.

Check out photos of George Clooney

"George is completely over the malaria he ...
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Harry’s Law Shows Some Appeal in Ratings

Harry's Law

The premiere of NBC's Harry's Law showed it has appeal, ruling the last hour of prime time with 11 million viewers.

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Piers Morgan Expands His List of Guests He Doesn’t Want

Piers Morgan

Piers Morgan has a growing list of people he doesn't want on his new show.

The host of CNN's Piers Morgan Tonight, which debuted Monday, calls his fellow America's Got Talent judge Howie Mandel irritating, and tells Entertainment Weekly that "he has a chance to redeem himself on Season 6" of the reality competition show. "I don't hold out any hope," he adds.

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Howard Stern Calls Jay Leno a "Crook" on TV Interview

Howard Stern

Howard Stern says that Jay Leno is a "crook."

In an interview on Piers Morgan Tonight, the shock jock calls the NBC late-night host "insane" and accuses him of stealing sketch ideas.

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