Have those vials of “tiger blood” at the ready — Charlie Sheen is the most likely character to come knocking at your door …
Two and a Half Men
Modern Family cleaned up while Mad Men shared some of the spoils Sunday night at the 63rd Emmy Awards.
“Just, I don’t know, the tiger blood … it was so silly and people took it so seriously, and I figured, alright, I’ll continue to give the people what they want, you know?”
—CHARLIE SHEEN, in an upcoming interview with the …
The punches were predictable at Saturday’s roast of Charlie Sheen – well, all but the fist Jackass’s Steve-O took to his face.
Everyone loves an awards show, but surely the creative arts Emmys wouldn’t reside next to the Oscars or the Grammys. Would they?
Can you say creepy?
Just like he steered his career off a cliff, reports indicate his TV character might meet a similar demise. Literally.
The late 80s/early 90s sitcom Roseanne attempted to entertain while revealing tough truths about the life of America’s white working class. The show was canceled long ago, but its star is still up to the same tricks.
Sheen gave his stamp of approval to his successor. But will the show succeed as Charlie changes hands?
You know how it is in showbiz: One day it’s all about Hugh Grant, the next Ashton Kutcher. What must Charlie Sheen be thinking?
The show must go on, with or without Charlie Sheen at the helm.
Tuesday could be an epic #win of a day for Charlie Sheen if both rulings go in his favor.