Rachel Oberlin, aka porn star Bree Olsen, had the good sense to finally ditch Charlie Sheen via text message. But her spot in his pantheon of goddesses has earned her the August cover of Playboy, posing in about 1/5 of a Charlie T-shirt. I also like that she’s both wearing tiger undies and posing with a tiger. Winning! [BuzzFeed]
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According to a recent report on TMZ.com, sources close to hit CBS sitcom “Two And A Half Men” are saying that Charlie Sheen’s character on the show, Charlie Harper, will be written off in a way that will keep Sheen from ever returning to the show: he’ll be killed off.
Ashton Kutcher recently signed on to replace Charlie on the show, which resumes filming in August after over six months of being on hiatus since the Sheen walked out and was subsequently fired from the show after he flipped his lid and began “winning,” “warlocking,” “banging seven-gram rocks” and setting his home up as a refuge for porn stars.
But will Charlie’s demise on “Men” be the last we hear from him? Not so, according to recent rumors. Word is, Charlie’s reportedly in talks with TBS to bring a very similar character to the “very funny” network. TBS denies the reports though. Read more… Keep reading »
Charlie Sheen may have been ousted from “Two and a Half Men” in favor of Ashton Kutcher. But don’t think for a second that he’s out of the television game. According to insiders, he is thisclose to inking a deal for a comeback show. You know, because he’s been gone for so long. We have no idea exactly what the series will be—beyond that it’s created by Charlie for Charlie—but rumor has it that there will be 10 episodes in the first season. The word on the street is that Sheen is working with Lionsgate TV on the show and that TBS has been the highest bidder so far, only the network claims that isn’t the case and that they aren’t even in discussions. Huh?
Perhaps sometime this week we’ll hear what Charlie has planned for this new show. But in the meantime, we’d like to gift him with eight concepts for his return to the small screen. Keep reading »