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Latest Charlie Sheen Items
Today we are living in a sexually permissive society that worships at the feet of behavioral misfits like Charlie Sheen. All the media outlets have been clamoring around the actor, waiting for him to self-destruct, as they report on his antics in an effort to satisfy the insatiable appetites of a wanton and degenerate public ("Sheen: 'My efforts' helped get pay for 'Men' crew," Web, Tuesday).
Charlie Sheen was fired Monday from "Two and a Half Men" by Warner Bros. Television following the hard-living actor's bouts of wild partying, repeated hospitalizations and a bitter media campaign against his studio bosses.
Charlie Sheen might be out of work, but he's hiring.
CBS has renewed the comedy "How I Met Your Mother" for two more years, bringing a degree of certainty to at least one show in its Monday-night lineup.
Charlie Sheen could soon have a home on Mark Cuban's HDNet station.
Of all the thousands upon thousands of words said, written or broadcast about Charlie Sheen in the past week, one pithy tweet may have best summed up the seemingly endless appetite for all things Charlie.
The makers of top-rated TV comedy "Two and a Half Men" said Monday they had ended actor Charlie Sheen's contract with the show.
"Graphic sex education for youth is the new battleground at the UN, as evidenced by side events during the past week at the Commission on the Status of Women," writes Lauren Funk at the Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute.
Here's something for Jeff Rossen to ponder after a crazy week: Is being called a "rock star" by Charlie Sheen good or bad for his career in television journalism?