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Alan Thinks He's Charlie Harper and 'Winning' on 'Two and a Half Men' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Nov 8th 2011 2:30AM
'Two and a Half Men' - 'Thank You for the Intercourse'It was all about Charlie Harper on this week's 'Two and a Half Men' (Mon., 9PM ET on CBS). Alan reminisced about Charlie's jingles -- all of which Walden appears to know by heart -- while lamenting the loss of his piano.

But then, in a stroke of mad genius he introduced himself as Charlie Harper to the hot young woman who chased her dog onto his porch. What followed was a night Charlie would have been proud of. And then Alan lost it.

He latched onto the idea that he was Charlie to the point that he apparently had a complete break with reality, even forgetting who Walden was.

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Comedy Central to Roast Charlie Sheen

by Jean Bentley, posted Jul 5th 2011 10:45AM
Charlie SheenPrepare yourself for another barrage of tiger blood and winning jokes -- Comedy Central announced this morning that its newest roast target is none other than the bitchin' rock star from Mars himself, Charlie Sheen.

The 'Comedy Central Roast of Charlie Sheen' will tape in Los Angeles on Sat., Sept. 10, and will air on Comedy Central on Mon., Sept. 19 at 10PM ET, the network confirmed. That means Sheen will return to TV the same night as 'Two and a Half Men' premieres its first episode with Ashton Kutcher, although the sitcom airs at 9PM on CBS and won't be direct competition.

"You could say I've been providing kindling for this Roast for a while," Sheen said in a statement. "It's time to light it up. It's going to be epic."

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Charlie Sheen vs. John Stamos on 'Charlie Sheen's Winningest Moments' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Mar 10th 2011 2:39AM
'Charlie Sheen's Winningest Moments'Spike TV moved quickly to capitalize on the Charlie Sheen saga that's been unfolding across the television airwaves the last couple of weeks. 'Charlie Sheen's Winningest Moments' (Wed., 10:30PM ET on Spike) is a bizarre animated special that tries to examine the whole situation from a humorous light.

Unfortunately, it looks like the humor didn't translate as well to the animated screen. Narrated by two unnamed goddesses, most of the jokes it attempted to slip in fell flat.

In talking about who might take over Sheen's role on 'Two and a Half Men,' for example, the "Goddesses" pointed the finger at Jay Leno. "We heard he has experience stealing other people's shows."

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