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Chuck Lorre's Latest Vanity Card: 'I've Been Going Through a Tough Time Recently'

by Jean Bentley, posted Apr 1st 2011 10:30AM
Chuck LorreChuck Lorre has mostly remained silent throughout these past few Charlie Sheen–filled weeks. But last night the 'Two and a Half Men' creator took to his post-'Big Bang Theory' vanity card to share a few words on the Sheen situation.

"I've been going through a tough time recently," he wrote, before dropping some torpedoes of truth about how the sayings people use to comfort you during tough times don't really work for him. More realistically, he'd prefer something like "your suffering will be funny after an undetermined length of time."

Lorre last spoke out via vanity card on March 1, when he wrote "I am so outta here!" Two weeks before that -- before the Sheen lawsuit -- he wrote, "If Charlie Sheen outlives me, I'm gonna be really pissed."

Check out the full text of last night's card after the jump.

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'Two and a Half Men' Creator Chuck Lorre Breaks Silence: 'I Am So Outta Here!'

by Catherine Lawson, posted Mar 1st 2011 9:12AM
Chuck LorreDuring the increasingly bitter Charlie Sheen–vs.–Chuck Lorre–and-CBS public feud, both sides have slung insults at each other with abandon. Lorre called Sheen "a degenerate," and Sheen responded with a whole bunch of slurs.

In recent days Lorre vowed to stop writing his trademark "vanity cards" and has since remained silent, but now, following Sheen's marathon round of TV interviews, he's broken his silence ... Kind of.

Eagle-eyed viewers spotted a rambling rant on one of Lorre's famous vanity cards in the closing credits for his other show, 'Mike & Molly,' last night. Reading like a riposte to some of Sheen's odder pronouncements in recent days, it ends "I am so outta here!"

The vanity card came two weeks after Lorre posted a provocative one in the closing credits for the last episode of 'Two and a Half Men.' That one read "If Charlie Sheen outlives me, I'm gonna be really pissed."

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