Spike TV has partnered with Taiwanese company NMA to bring us a 30 minute special featuring CGI Charlie Sheen scenes (or “scheens” to use the abbreviation).
This is the coolest thing to happen since the mighty Gronyok was slain by Tyrus the Great.
Spacey. Fincher. Thatcher.
Fans of the later “Scrubs” episodes got a pleasant surprise last week when Eliza Coupe showed up on NBC’s “Community” sporting a pair of dark aviators and a pantsuit.
Elizabeth Hurley thinks Wonder Woman needs to be held down by force.
Who better to pen the definitive Charlie Sheen rap ballad than a white guy in a hipster scarf?
It’s a soapy drama that takes place in the swingin’ 60′s, about the lives of sexy stewardesses back when it was okay to call them that. And slap their butts in public.
Having a car that can transform into a fighting robot would be pretty great, apart for one thing.
This show is nothing like ‘Men of a Certain Age’, OK?
Last year’s school shooting went so well, they’re planning another.
“House” actress Ashley Jones isn’t the most recognizable actress, but she maintains a distinct, dedicated following, primarily among fans of her soap opera work.
It doesn’t even matter if ‘Terra Nova’ is good. Just put dinosaurs on my TV every week, please.
ThunderCats, Hoooooly god I’m so high right now.
He’s just trying to save the trees.
If the plots remain snappy there’d be no reason to miss “Breakout Kings.”
Chuck Lorre just quit the “pukefest that everyone worships” via a rambling, humorless vanity card. His style is consistent if nothing else.
Few people were aware before last night, but Colin Firth happens to suffer the exact same speaking impediment as his character in The King’s Speech.
From the morning talk shows, to TMZ, to E! Online, “Good-Time Charlie” has been regaling the common man with tales of his wondrous lifestyle, while at the same time, delivering violent warnings to his enemies.
“Then it’s agreed. We’re going to do a show based on “Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament.”
John Stamos is being courted by Les Moonves to step in as Charlie Sheen’s replacement on “Two and a Half Men.”
‘Shameless’ and ‘Episodes’ will both be returning for second seasons.
It seems as if he approached some of Hollywood’s most beautiful actresses and said “be in my comedy video! You’ll pantomime having sex with a yoga ball!” And those actresses all said yes.
FX finally realizes that superheroes are awesome.
Don Johnson is sailing back into network TV waters. Now he’s trading his trademark white suit for whatever it is not-gay Beverly Hills hairdressers wear.
“Oscars” James Franco meets Art Gallery James Franco meets Evil “General Hospital” James Franco.
Charles Sheen’s descent into madness from his tropical island paradise continues.
Even a host has his favorites.
CBS foresaw the problem potential of hanging the livelihoods of hundreds on a raving madman and decided to get a series finale in the can in case of Sheenmergency.
Since it looks like we won’t be seeing new episodes of “Two and a Half Men” any time soon, if ever (fingers crossed) we decided that now would be a great time to take a look back fondly at the five greatest “Two and a Half Men” moments. Yes, it was difficult, but we actually found five.