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Posted: Tuesday, April 26, 2011 4:56:42 PM

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How dare you! Bree Olson is an angel!
Teryn
Posted: Thursday, April 28, 2011 7:57:00 PM

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He came here where I live last night. I have a friend that went, she said it really wasn't that funny or good. Charlie Sheen makes me sad.
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Posted: Thursday, April 28, 2011 8:26:19 PM

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Teryn wrote:
He came here where I live last night. I have a friend that went, she said it really wasn't that funny or good. Charlie Sheen makes me sad.


Same here. I heard he basically has no prepared material at all.
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Posted: Sunday, May 01, 2011 12:26:40 PM

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I find it a laff how people want to blame his behavior on drugs when he is totally mentally insane. His situation is tragic and shud really shed some light on those who have defects of the brain like schizo or bipolar or the other big ones. Its not drugs that are the issue its that the wires upstairs are snapped and they shud be forced to go on medication without option. How can a crazy person be expected to make a decision like what kind of treatment they want anyway right? someone need to step in and make those decisions for them like what happened with Britney. Its probably the one way the guvernment could actually be of some use for our society!

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Posted: Saturday, September 17, 2011 4:07:33 AM

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I, for one, am amazed there's not been an OD incident, but glad it didn't end up that way. He was a great actor back in the day.

Sheen admits he was not 'winning' but losing

Six months after his very public firing from TV's top-rated comedy, Charlie Sheen has admitted he was out of control and not really "winning" during the ensuing media frenzy, but losing.

In television appearances, the 47-year-old actor appeared calm, clearheaded and repentant about the events surrounding his March dismissal from the CBS comedy Two And A Half Men.

"I couldn't really put out the fire, so I had to keep fuelling it," Sheen said on Friday on NBC's Today show. He told host Matt Lauer he regrets claiming he had "tiger blood" and "Adonis DNA", calling them jokes and metaphors that he never really believed.

Discussing his new outlook with Jay Leno on The Tonight Show, Sheen claimed he's eager to "lead by example again" - in sharp contrast to his erratic behaviour earlier this year, which he described as being the "reluctant conductor" of a runaway train.

Sheen had been TV's highest-paid actor for his role as Charlie Harper, a womanizing bachelor on the sitcom Two And a Half Men. He was fired after a public dispute with CBS and Warner Bros. television executives, during which he lashed out at show creator Chuck Lorre.

Afterward, he posted videos on the Web in which he bragged about his "winning" ways and the "tiger blood" in his veins.

"I would have fired my ass too," Sheen told Leno. "Well, maybe not like they did."

The actor's firing and subsequent public behaviour followed a series of incidents in late 2009 and 2010 that landed him in legal trouble and in rehab for drug and alcohol abuse.

It was when he was fired that Sheen "realized I was pretty much losing," he told Leno on Thursday, adding the humorous dig, "I thought I could come back - kind of like you did."

Not only did Sheen say he bears no ill will toward everyone involved with Two And A Half Men, but he'll be watching the show on Monday, when it premieres with Ashton Kutcher as his replacement - Sheen's character having been killed off to make way for the change.

His character's demise notwithstanding, he said on The Tonight Show that he'd welcome the chance for a guest spot on the show: "I'd be completely on board for that."

The reconfigured Two And a Half Men airs the same night as Comedy Central's roast of Sheen, which will include appearances by Mike Tyson, William Shatner, guitarist Slash and Sheen's estranged wife, Brooke Mueller.

Despite the "very biting" humour during the roast, the actor told Leno that "it was a celebration for a life that has presented itself as being very roastable."

Reuters
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Posted: Saturday, September 17, 2011 9:50:40 AM

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He's definitely a survivor! (hmm... maybe he really does have adonis DNA and tiger's blood!)

I think the level of outrageous humour that he used during his psychological meltdown will help his image recovery with fans and the general public. Most of his antics were laughable and people still like him. It's not like he was scraping the sidewalk by the gutter like other celeb-meltdowns (eg. Gary Busey, Mel Gibson, David Hasselhoff).

When I read Gary Busey saying stuff like this: "I went in like a crop-duster with my nose flying first and snorted the cocaine off the dog. You get a little bugs, you get little hairs, you get grease and goo from the ground; it's not at all a healthy thing to do. But when you're an addict, you don't think of health" I think... hey, Charlie Sheen has a lot less damage control to deal with. At least Charlie knows that lines of coke should be snorted off the asses of strippers and hot porn stars... not Fido.

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Posted: Saturday, September 17, 2011 12:23:34 PM

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Dancing_Doll wrote:
He's definitely a survivor! (hmm... maybe he really does have adonis DNA and tiger's blood!)

I think the level of outrageous humour that he used during his psychological meltdown will help his image recovery with fans and the general public. Most of his antics were laughable and people still like him. It's not like he was scraping the sidewalk by the gutter like other celeb-meltdowns (eg. Gary Busey, Mel Gibson, David Hasselhoff).

When I read Gary Busey saying stuff like this: "I went in like a crop-duster with my nose flying first and snorted the cocaine off the dog. You get a little bugs, you get little hairs, you get grease and goo from the ground; it's not at all a healthy thing to do. But when you're an addict, you don't think of health" I think... hey, Charlie Sheen has a lot less damage control to deal with. At least Charlie knows that lines of coke should be snorted off the asses of strippers and hot porn stars... not Fido.


i tried doing it off of my cats, but they kept running off with my drugs! *sighs*

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